Coach K overtakes Smith
CHARLOTTE — Although head coach Mike Krzyzewski was reluctant to talk about it all weekend, Duke’s two wins moved him into first place all-time in career NCAA Tournament victories.
CHARLOTTE — With three ticks left on the clock, senior Daniel Ewing awaited the inbound pass with a huge grin on his face. He knew he could finally breathe a sigh of relief.
Foley's injury leaves Duke in peril
CHAPEL HILL — The Blue Devils were hoping that their “eight is enough” rally cry from 2002 would ring true again this year.
Redick racks up major awards
J.J. Redick said after the first game of the ACC Tournament that he was adjusting to the rims at the MCI Center.
Duke defense stalls MSU
CHARLOTTE — In many ways, the Blue Devils faced a reflection of themselves Sunday afternoon.
Dockery returns to Duke backcourt
CHARLOTTE — Just two weeks ago head coach Mike Krzyzewski said his team was preparing to play the rest of the season without point guard Sean Dockery.
Duke slides on to Round 2
CHAPEL HILL — For the Canisius Golden Griffins, simply playing in the NCAA Tournament was a fitting conclusion to a successful season.
Duke moves on to Round 2
CHARLOTTE -- Shavlik Randolph defended point guards, Shelden Williams took guards off the dribble and 6-foot-6 David McClure spent stretches playing center.
Dockery returns to court
CHARLOTTE -- Just two weeks ago head coach Mike Krzyzewski said his team was preparing to play the rest of the season without point guard Sean Dockery.
Redick's shooting lifts Duke into final
WASHINGTON -- After Friday's win over Virginia, J.J. Redick said it was tough adjusting to the rims at the MCI Center. Saturday he seemed to have it all figured out.
Duke knocks off UVa to open ACCs
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Lee lives it up plugging Duke's holes
Lee Melchionni was out in front of every defender, in the stadium he had always dreamed of playing in, with 9,314 pairs of eyes looking just at him.
League squads sit on bubble
If someone were to ask you if the fourth-place team in one of the nation’s best conferences would qualify for the NCAA Tournament, you would say that they’ve sewn up a bid.
They're talkin' to you: Duke brings out trash
To the average basketball fan or recreational player, trash talking seems like an elementary concept.
Tickets at premium in new venue
Maryland head coach Gary Williams and Terrapin fans everywhere have been waiting for their team to play the ACC Tournament in their own backyard for years.
Walk-ons take care of the little things
When they walk into the media room, which they’ll admit isn’t often, they are not swarmed by reporters with recorders and notepads in hand.
THE CASE FOR WAKE
Wake Forest held off a late charge from Duke, cruised by North Carolina with perfect free-throw shooting and beat a healthy Georgia Tech team. In fact, Wake has triumphed over every team in the ACC.
ACC teams vie for top NCAA seeds
At the beginning of the season, there was talk of as many as eight ACC teams receiving bids to the NCAA Tournament. Now, only three teams are locks. But of those three teams, all are potential No.