There’s only one word to describe the reaction of Duke fans to Jalen Johnson’s departure from the program: disappointing.
The Minnesota native must establish an early rhythm and avoid foul trouble to put Duke in the best position to win.
Here are some key storylines ahead of Duke’s matchup with the Demon Deacons.
For those who have already given up on the hopes for a sixth championship this season, next year’s team should open some eyes.
On Monday night, Jalen Johnson opted out of the remainder of the 2020-21 season, ending a tumultuous campaign for the freshman forward.
It appears Jalen Johnson's time as a Blue Devil is over.
Duke might’ve been the benefactor of some early-season luck, but it was clearly the best team in the frigid, rain-soaked Tiger Park this weekend.
Chi and the rest of the Duke team never let up against the Mountaineers.
Duke has found its footing as a team and is starting to produce clear results on the court.
Piazza, a sophomore from Simi Valley, Ca., officially received the nod to replace Evan Kolin starting April 23, Duke’s last day of classes for the 2021 spring term.
Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are joined by men's basketball beat Max Rego to discuss what the Blue Devils need to do to make the NCAA tournament, as well as Jalen Johnson's current impact on the team.
Saturday’s performance was certainly not a negative, but beating a mediocre N.C. State is only par for the course.
Joe Robertson went 630 days without playing in an official game for Duke men's lacrosse. But on Saturday he finally returned to the field, and made an immediate impact.
The towering figure that is Mark Williams is no longer just the 7-footer that spells Matthew Hurt whenever the latter gets into foul trouble.
Rarely are scoreless games entertaining. But what the Blue Devils couldn’t deliver on the scoreboard Friday evening they certainly delivered in excitement.
Duke made no mistake in declaring its intentions in PNC Arena: it was there to dominate. The Blue Devils overwhelmed their in-state foe from start to finish, and an impressive 22-3 run in the middle of the first half all but sealed the Wolfpack’s fate.
Duke jumped out to a sizable advantage after the first five minutes and lead 39-21 entering the break.