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XFactor: Duke basketball vs Louisville

(02/20/16 3:06pm)

After beginning a four-game stretch against ranked opponents with three straight wins, the 20th-ranked Blue Devils hit the road to take on No. 18 Louisville Saturday at noon. The contest holds massive conference standings implications for Duke as it sits just one game out of the top spot in the ACC. The Blue Zone takes a look at one player from each team who could be the difference in the game:






Chron Chat: Blue Devils appear to be turning the corner down the stretch

(02/11/16 7:54am)

Nearly halfway through conference play, Duke is sitting at 18-6 overall and 7-4 in ACC play. The team has turned it around after hitting a rough patch and appears to have hit its stride with big matchups against Virginia, North Carolina and Louisville looming. The Chronicle's men's basketball beat writers take a look at the storylines surrounding the Blue Devils.


A final ride for The Sheriff?

(02/09/16 7:18am)

In sports, rarely does the fairy-tale ending come true. In the NBA, LeBron James returned to the shores of Lake Erie to lead his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA title—until they ran into the buzz-saw that is the Golden State Warriors. In baseball, the New York Mets made everyone believers, until they met their match in the World Series against the Kansas City Royals.







Recruiting Roundup: Tatum, Jackson recognized; Duke visits Bolden

(01/21/16 5:36am)

Although the Blue Devils have struggled of late on the court, Duke showcased its success on the recruiting trail Sunday when Class of 2016 recruits Frank Jackson and Jayson Tatum were named McDonald's All-Americans. The two will be opponents in the game before joining the Blue Devils as part of a class that is currently ranked second by ESPN and features the top two recruits in the class in Tatum and Harry Giles.