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With just a few days before Thursday's NBA Draft, five members of The Chronicle's staff share where they think the four former Blue Devils in the draft will end up, analysis for the potential fits for Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett, Cam Reddish and Marques Bolden and projections for the rest of the lottery:
After a heartbreaking loss in the Elite Eight last season, the Duke men's basketball team won't have to wait long to try to get revenge.
At the start of the year baseball experts around the country expected Duke pitcher Graeme Stinson to be taken in the 2019 MLB Draft, most just did not think it would come so late.
Every year after Memorial Day, Mike Krzyzewski brings back former players and his current team to Durham for a five-day fantasy camp known as the K Academy. Stars from previous years like Luke Kennard, Justise Winslow, Shelden Williams and more are back on campus to coach teams and meet the newest members of the brotherhood like Vernon Carey Jr., Wendell Moore, and Matthew Hurt.
Duke came into this week looking for its first ACC championship in school history. Unfortunately in the ninth inning, it slipped out of its reach.
After a stellar season that showed glimpses of stardom, Marvin Bagley III has officially taken home the first major accolade in his professional career.
For a Duke team opening up the postseason at one of its own fields, it certainly seemed to know how to find home—a lot.
After an equally tantalizing and frustrating season at Duke, Cam Reddish enters the NBA draft as its most polarizing prospect. The 6-foot-8 forward has always dazzled scouts with his effortless scoring ability, but his inefficient play has left NBA executives wondering whether he is truly worthy of a top-five pick. This is Blue Zone editor Shane Smith's argument why teams are undervaluing Reddish. If you want to read why he might struggle in the pros, click here:
Once again, Duke is on the doorstep of a trip to championship weekend. But to get to that familiar place, they will have to get through a just as familiar opponent.
On Tuesday night at the NBA Draft Lottery, the basketball world was thrown into a frenzy as the New Orleans Pelicans defied odds to win the top overall selection, despite just a six percent chance to win. For the trio of former Blue Devils expected to be taken in the lottery, it’s now starting to clear up on where they may start their professional careers. The Blue Zone takes you through how Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett, and Cam Reddish can fit on some of their projected future teams:
Duke's first round NCAA tournament game was marked by inconsistency and sloppiness.
The bitter taste of a loss to Yale in last year’s national championship has remained with the Duke men’s lacrosse team for an entire year.
With Mike Krzyzewski and his staff out on the recruiting trail pursuing the likes of 2020 prospects R.J. Hampton, Jalen Johnson and B.J. Boston, a prospect in the 2023 class has also drawn the attention of the Hall of Fame coach.
Thursday night, former Duke football quarterback Daniel Jones was taken with the sixth overall pick by the New York Giants in the 2019 NFL Draft. It marked the most recent first-round pick for the Blue Devils since Laken Tomlinson in 2015 and the highest a Duke player has been taken since linebacker Mike Junkin was taken fifth overall in 1987.
Despite a season-ending Elite Eight loss to Michigan State, Mike Krzyzewski’s job never stops. Now, the all-time Division I wins leader has turned his focus to the daunting task of replacing three projected top-10 picks in the NBA Draft.
If you took a peek at any major sports media source in the days following Duke men’s basketball’s Elite 8 loss to Michigan State, it would have been filled with takes burning the Blue Devils for a “failure” of a season. I’m looking at you, Stephen A. Smith.
With the final signing date for college basketball a little over a month away, the final top recruits will soon don school colors and choose a place to spend their college careers. Though one could argue that Mike Krzyzewski just landed his most important “recruit” in Tre Jones, there are still some names that could complete the Blue Devils’ 2019-20 roster.
Coming as a shock to no one, one of the most dominant players in program history will officially move on to the next level.
Following a scare in the second round against Central Florida, Duke men’s basketball will face a familiar foe in Virginia Tech, a team that beat them in late February, albeit without Zion Williamson. The Blue Zone gives you three keys on how the Blue Devils can avenge their loss and reach the halfway point to a championship: