Duke women's basketball beats Hampton in NCAA Tournament first round
Second-seeded Duke (31-2) survived a heated matchup with No. 15 Hampton (28-6), winning 67-51 in the first round of play in the NCAA Tournament.
Behind the Kelly-McDermott matchup in Duke basketball's Round of 32 game against Creighton
Duke has faced a bevy of talented scorers this year, but none like Creighton's Doug McDermott.
Duke basketball takes on hot-shooting Creighton in NCAA Tournament Round of 32
When the second-seeded Blue Devils take on seventh-seeded Creighton Sunday night at the Wells Fargo Center they have one focus: shutting down star forward Doug McDermott.
Quinn Cook leads Duke basketball past Albany with 11 assists
Even though Duke led the whole game, the 73-61 win against Albany in NCAA Tournament's Round of 64 wasn't pretty. But the play of Quinn Cook at the point guard position was a thing of beauty.
Curry and Plumlee lead Duke basketball past Albany in NCAA Tournament Round of 64
Seth Curry scored a game-high 26 points and Mason Plumlee added 23 points and nine rebounds in a game that Duke did not trail.
Blue Devil women's basketball looks to play in the Final Four
Although Duke has pulled within one win of the Final Four each of the past three seasons, the Blue Devils are confident that this year will be their year to break through.
Duke basketball starts NCAA Tournament play
Duke was “shocked” last season when it became just the sixth second-seeded team in NCAA Tournament history to lose to a No. 15 seed in the first round.
Will Duke basketball's dearth of depth cause problems?
Duke’s substitution patterns have been in flux for much of the year.
Quinn Cook's ups and downs for Duke basketball
But since Battle 4 Atlantis, the Quinn-sanity has died down.
Duke basketball learns from first-round loss to Lehigh
When the bus carrying the Duke basketball team pulled out late on March 16, 2012, it stopped for nothing.
Duke basketball's 'ok' rebounding
“No one is going to be perfect,” Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski told the media before Duke’s regular season finale.
Can Duke basketball up its NBA draft stock?
Scouts break down the action in anticipation of June’s draft, where the league will invite 60 college players to join the professional ranks.
Duke basketball's key three
A trio of seniors led Duke to its last national championship in 2010: Jon Scheyer, Lance Thomas and Brian Zoubek.
A healthy Richa Jackson ready to step up for Duke women's basketball
Richa Jackson knows what it’s like to have a season cut short by injury. That's why she's so been key in replacing Chelsea Gray.
Ogwumike leads Stanford women's basketball on both ends of the floor
The Cardinal continued its domination of the Pac-12 this season, sharing its 13th consecutive regular-season conference title with No. 5 California.
A deep Connecticut women's basketball squad readies to make a run
No team has dominated the women’s college basketball landscape in recent years the way Connecticut has, making it to the past five NCAA Tournament semifinals.
Will Notre Dame women's basketball finally break through
With her senior year nearing an end, Skylar Diggins has accomplished just about everything she possibly could in her collegiate career—except win a national championship.
Breaking down Baylor women's basketball: Can Griner do it again?
Baylor has the biggest and best asset in the country: Brittney Griner.
Duke women's basketball earns a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament
The Blue Devils secured a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament bracket for the fourth consecutive year.
Gray's injury is too much to overcome for Duke women's basketball
Beat writer Jay Sullivan argues that making a run will be hard without Gray.
Alexis Jones will lead Duke women's basketball to New Orleans
Women's basketball beat writer Nick Martin argues why Duke can make a run to the Final Four.
Elizabeth Williams is the centerpiece of Duke women's basketball
Williams, a sophomore center for the Blue Devils, has proven her elite caliber both among her teammates and on the national stage
Alexis Jones' journey to Duke basketball stardom begins with her father
Jones' father was her coach but in 2007 he was in a car crash with Alexis that left him paralyzed.