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ChronChat: Breaking down Jalen Johnson's decision to opt out of the season

(02/16/21 2:19am)

On Monday night, Jalen Johnson opted out of the remainder of the 2020-21 season, ending a tumultuous campaign for the freshman forward. The five-star recruit started the season with a bang, putting up 19 points and 19 rebounds in the Blue Devils’ season opener, but quickly ran into some issues with replicating that high-level performance. The Milwaukee native missed three games due to a foot injury between December and January and even after returning has seen his playing time decrease in recent contests, including playing just eight minutes Saturday against N.C. State.

Cameron Chronicles Season 4, Episode 6: 'Can Duke Turn It Around?'

(02/14/21 11:15pm)

With March right around the corner, Duke finds itself in unfamiliar territory facing a steep climb to postseason play in Indiana. A 3-game losing streak has Mike Krzyzewski's squad searching for answers and with little margin for error over the final six games of the regular season.

Five observations from Duke men's basketball's first half against Notre Dame

(02/09/21 10:19pm)

Duke entered Tuesday losers of two straight games, but it played like a different team offensively during the opening period against Notre Dame. The Blue Devils were lights out from beyond the arc en route to a 50-45 halftime lead. Here are a few of our observations from the first 20 minutes:

Five observations from Duke men's basketball's first half against Miami

(02/02/21 12:47am)

Coming off two straight ACC wins, the Blue Devils entered Monday in as good of a rhythm as they’ve been in all season. Despite all that, Miami proved to be no pushover in the initial 20 minutes of action, as the shorthanded Hurricanes played some inspired basketball to make it a game. Duke pulled ahead late, however, and leads 35-33 entering the break. Here are five observations from the first half:

A starting 5 of Duke men's basketball's most memorable individual performances vs. UNC

(02/02/21 9:10am)

Since the first meeting between the two in 1920, Duke and North Carolina have given college basketball an exhaustive list of memorable moments. On the Blue Devils’ end, the tally of unforgettable individual performances goes on and on. That is why the task of creating a starting five made up of some of the most iconic performances by a Duke player in the rivalry's history is daunting.