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Chronicle Pregame: Duke basketball vs. Pittsburgh

(02/28/16 6:30am)

The Chronicle's Brian Pollack and Sameer Pandhare look ahead to Duke's last road game of the season, as the No. 15 Blue Devils head to the Petersen Events Center Sunday at 2 p.m. to take on Jamie Dixon's Pittsburgh squad. Just two days after receiving an official reprimand from the ACC for tripping an opponent, Grayson Allen will have to deal with another physical, athletic Panther squad, headlined by Jamel Artis and James Robinson.




Chronicle Postgame: Duke 80, Florida State 65

(02/26/16 4:33am)

The Chronicle’s Ryan Hoerger and Ali Wells recap a balanced Blue Devil victory Thursday at Cameron Indoor Stadium, with Grayson Allen leading five Duke players in double-figures. Chase Jeter delivered one of his best stretches of ACC play with three points, five rebounds and two drawn charges and Matt Jones returned from a one-game absence with 11 points and three 3-pointers.


Chronicle Pregame: Duke men's basketball vs. Florida State

(02/25/16 9:32pm)

The Chronicle's Ryan Hoerger and Amrith Ramkumar preview the Blue Devils' first home game after a two-game road swing, when they'll go up against a Florida State team that has struggled of late. Duke is looking to bounce back from a 71-64 road loss at Louisville in which Brandon Ingram committed 10 turnovers, but will have to find a way to slow down the Seminole trio of Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Malik Beasley and Dwayne Bacon.






Chronicle Sportswrap: HOUSE OF CARDINALS

(02/22/16 6:54am)

Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for recaps of everything that happened this weekend in Duke athletics. The Chronicle’s Jack Dolgin breaks down a weekend of mixed results for the Blue Devils—the short-handed men’s basketball team faltered at No. 18 Louisville 71-64 Saturday on the heels of a big win against No. 5 North Carolina, and the women’s basketball team dropped a 64-59 game to Georgia Tech on Senior Day. Both the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams suffered losses, but wrestling picked up a big win against No. 24 Purdue on the road.


Chronicle Postgame: Louisville 71, Duke 64

(02/21/16 1:59am)

The Chronicle's Brian Pollack and Sameer Pandhare break down No. 20 Duke's 71-64 loss at No. 18 Louisville Saturday, which included flying elbows, a nasty fall for point guard Derryck Thornton and technical fouls assessed to Mike Krzyzewski and Grayson Allen. The Cardinals clamped down on the Blue Devils in the final 10 minutes, ending the game on a 30-12 run to snap Duke's five-game winning streak.


Chronicle Pregame: Duke basketball vs Louisville

(02/20/16 10:19am)

The Chronicle's Ryan Hoerger and Brian Pollack preview the Blue Devils' fourth straight game against a top-20 team. On the heels of a stunning win at No. 5 North Carolina Wednesday in Chapel Hill, Duke heads to the KFC Yum! Center for a rematch with Damion Lee and the Cardinals, but will be without junior captain Matt Jones, who suffered a sprained ankle in the win against the Tar Heels.


Chronicle Postgame: Duke 74, North Carolina 73

(02/18/16 11:21am)

The Chronicle's Jack Dolgin and Sameer Pandhare recap Duke's thrilling comeback to beat the No. 5 Tar Heels 74-73 in Chapel Hill Wednesday night. The Blue Devils survived an ankle injury to Matt Jones, foul trouble for Marshall Plumlee and Brice Johnson's monster night, taking the lead on two Grayson Allen free throws with 1:09 left. Derryck Thornton blocked Joel Berry II's would-be game-winner in the final seconds to preserve the win, Duke's fourth straight in the Tobacco Road rivalry.




Chronicle Pregame: Duke basketball vs. North Carolina

(02/17/16 7:38am)

The Chronicle's Ryan Hoerger and Brian Pollack preview the year's first installment of the Tobacco Road rivalry, as the No. 20 Blue Devils head to Chapel Hill to take on the No. 5 Tar Heels. All eyes will be on freshman Brandon Ingram as he goes up against an intimidating North Carolina frontcourt, led by Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks.