On March 7, 2020, thousands of people packed into Cameron Indoor Stadium to watch Duke take on North Carolina. It was just days before the college basketball season was cancelled and the world flipped upside down.
Basketball is something of a religion here at Duke, so I feel I should confess something to the basketball gods: In middle school, I was a teammate of North Carolina’s starting point guard Caleb Love.
Without further ado, here is a starting lineup of the most memorable individual performances by a Blue Devil in Duke-North Carolina history.
Much like the infamous conundrum of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Blue Devils have been far from steady this season, and that fact was on full display in the Watsco Center Monday night.
Duke fell to Miami 77-75 at the Watsco Center, snapping its two-game win streak just two days after the team's best showing of the season against Clemson.
The shorthanded Hurricanes played some inspired basketball to make it a game. Duke pulled ahead late, however, and leads 35-33 entering the break.
Despite the 2020-21 season only being halfway done, both Duke and Gonzaga have already made plans for next season.
Miami is struggling with injuries this season, and Duke should look to continue moving the ball to expose the Hurricanes' weak links.
If Duke hopes to continue the recent trend of strong starts, it will need to win the 3-point battle.
After a lopsided victory at home, the Blue Zone is here to give you a summary of the Duke's game against Clemson in as concise a manner as we can—in one word.
Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are back to assess the Blue Devils' current NCAA tournament standing, as well as giving midseason performance reviews for each of Duke's nine main rotation pieces.
It’s officially past the midway point for Duke's regular season, so what better time for a little reflection.
After a week filled with talk of Duke missing the NCAA tournament, the Blue Devils showed they had something to say about that.
The Blue Devils’ play over the first half of Saturday’s contest certainly looked like a team in desperate need of a win.