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Nearly 12 minutes into Saturday's game against Michigan, head coach Mike Krzyzewski was not pleased with Duke's effort.
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On the opening possession of the second half, Duke guard Greg Paulus tossed a soft lob pass from the top of the key towards the basket. Sophomore Gerald Henderson grabbed the ball in the air and...
All season long, Duke has succeeded despite its lack of size in the frontcourt. Stumbling off the block Saturday against Michigan and with freshman Kyle Singler in foul trouble, the Blue Devils...
For the first time this season, Duke was going home with a loss. It was a tough one to lose-a sell-out crowd in a rowdy arena against a team with a 10-0 record just like Duke's. No one said the...
After a week without competition-its longest break of the season-No. 6 Duke is ready to get back on the court.
Junior guard Marty Pocius has decided to have season-ending surgery on his left ankle.
A player like Stephen Curry is not easy to stop. Even at 6-foot-2, Curry can drive and finish in the lane and can also nail shots from downtown with precision.
It took big-time performances from both Gerald Henderson and Greg Paulus for the No. 7 Blue Devils (8-0) to overcome a scrappy Davidson squad 79-73 Saturday in Bobcats Arena.
At first glance, No. 7 Duke's upcoming game against Davidson looks like another soft non-conference game, especially when compared to its last contest against Big Ten power Wisconsin Tuesday.
With just over 10 minutes to go in the first half, 6-foot-5 Jon Scheyer found himself matched up off a defensive switch with Wisconsin's 6-foot-11 Brian Butch.
Many questioned whether or not Duke would be able to handle No. 20 Wisconsin's big men in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge matchup in Cameron Indoor Stadium Tuesday.
Duke is quickly becoming accustomed to trying to defend an undefeated tournament record.
With only 13 seconds remaining in Wednesday's Maui Invitational title game against Marquette, Kyle Singler went to the line with No. 13 Duke up 75-73.
Taylor King 13, Eastern Kentucky 12.
This wasn't the halftime score posted on the Cameron Indoor Stadium scoreboard--but in light of the freshman sharpshooter's breakout game, it certainly would...
The Blue Devils seemed like they couldn't miss against Princeton. Or maybe it was just that Kyle Singler wouldn't let them.