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With the first battle between Duke and North Carolina set to unfold in Cameron Indoor Stadium Thursday night, a handful of the best high school players in the country will be on hand to get a look at what playing in the Tobacco Road rivalry is like firsthand.
As Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski strolled onto the court in his return to the sidelines following back surgery, the Blue Devil crowd did not hesitate to shower the legend with adulation.
After inking the best class in program history a year ago, the Blue Devils followed it up with another solid class Wednesday.
With Monday’s road victory at Notre Dame, Duke has reached the midway point of ACC play, which unfortunately means that the Blue Devils still have nine games remaining against teams in the best conference in college basketball history.
The Blue Devils avoided a second consecutive loss Saturday when they rallied late in the second half to down Wake Forest 85-83, but Duke will face another big challenge Monday when it heads to South Bend, Ind., to take on No. 14 Notre Dame. Here are three keys to the game:
As freshman sensation Dennis Smith Jr. corralled the ball following Jayson Tatum’s game-ending turnover, the guard raced up court and took flight for an exclamation mark on a night in which he ripped Duke’s heart out of its chest.
As ESPN cut to a commercial following another Matt Jones triple in Duke’s 20-0 second-half run against Miami Saturday, the network made sure to promote the titanic showdown we will be treated to this weekend when No. 2 Kansas travels to Rupp Arena to take on No. 4 Kentucky.
After an emotional come-from-behind win Saturday, the Blue Devils have stayed hot through 20 minutes of action against N.C. State.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—With a little more than six minutes remaining in the game and the Blue Devils looking to mount a late rally, freshman Jayson Tatum looked to feed the ball to classmate Harry Giles in the post.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—After struggling through Duke’s nonconference slate with turf toe and being suspended a game for a tripping incident against Elon, Grayson Allen looked to step up for the Blue Devils in ACC play as the point guard they badly needed.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—After getting run off the court in the second half of Tuesday’s loss to Florida State, Duke has shown much more fight in the first half against the Cardinals.
Throughout its history, Duke has relied on the crowd at Cameron Indoor Stadium to intimidate opposing teams and provide the momentum needed to spur the Blue Devils on to victory.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—In the first game following his suspension for tripping outside of the friendly confines of Cameron Indoor Stadium, guard Grayson Allen was the subject of a handful of signs—most with jabs at the junior’s tripping incidents—shown on the scoreboard at the Donald L. Tucker Center during the pregame shootaround.
Through 16 games, Amile Jefferson has been the epitome of the Blue Devils’ resilience in the face of a series of injuries to key contributors and struggles integrating all their pieces together.
With No. 5 Duke opening ACC play Saturday at Virginia Tech, The Chronicle’s men’s basketball beat writers break down some of the biggest storylines of the Blue Devils’ nonconference slate.
The bell of the Blue Zone stock exchange has rung again, meaning it's time to take a look at who is rising and falling in a special draft stock version of our weekly blog. The Blue Zone will look at whose stock is on the rise and whose stock has taken a hit through Duke’s nonconference slate.
With the end of 2016 quickly approaching, The Chronicle's sports department takes a look back at the biggest sports stories of the year. Each day, The Blue Zone will review a major game, event or storyline that helped shape the course of the year in Blue Devil athletics.
Following the Thursday announcement of Grayson Allen’s indefinite suspension, The Chronicle’s men’s basketball beat writers react to head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s decision and explain what impact it could have on the No. 5 Blue Devils moving forward when they start ACC play Dec. 31 at Virginia Tech.
NEW YORK—Blue Devil head coach Mike Krzyzewski has been adamant following recent games that his team does not practice very much.
NEW YORK—Once the Gators wrapped up a 91-60 win against North Florida Thursday, Florida head coach Mike White knew that the next few days would bring a range of emotions to the table.