On the date of what would have been this year's national championship game, five former Blue Devils sit down and discuss their own title seasons.
Cassius Stanley has finally announced his plans for next season.
Duke's comparable roster structure in back to back years could be a shift in the program's direction for head coach Mike Krzyzewski's stretch run.
After last year’s heartbreaking loss to Michigan State in the Elite Eight, the sophomore made sure to come back with a vengeance.
We asked you to tell us your favorite moments from the 2019-20 Duke men's basketball season. Here's what you chose.
After a slow start to his college career, Tape broke out with the Lions during his junior campaign, averaging 11.3 points and 5.9 rebounds per contest while shooting over 66 percent from the field.
Two words: freshman phenom. Carey was among the most dominant diaper dandies in America this season.
Cason Pierce is Duke's newest addition to its already impressive 2020 recruiting class.
Stanley gave the Blue Devil faithful highlight reel dunks and efficient scoring.
Patrick Tape's stint as a Blue Devil lasted all of nine days.
Although Hurt did not consistently play up to what The Blue Zone had predicted for him this season, he did have some shining moments along the way and proved to be a reliable guy off the bench for Coach K.
Moore's freshman year, interrupted by a mid-season injury, was not as ideal as his game-winner.
It’s a shame that the postseason was cut short, because Robinson was just getting started.
Tre Jones touched on how he's spending his extra free time, what he'll miss most about Duke and more Friday afternoon.
Goldwire provided his trademark perimeter defense as well as improved outside shooting.
Stanley posted a picture on his Instagram account Wednesday afternoon of himself walking into the distance with the caption "What's Next?"
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