Duke Basketball & Blue Devils

The Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team is the college basketball program representing Duke University in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I. The Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps (also known as the Devils , the Devs or merely BD ) is a World Class (formerly Division I) competitive junior drum and bugle corps. 5.0/5

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Been a Duke fan since Bobby Hurley ran the point. That was over 20 years ago. He's still my all time favorite. Today was a great day for Duke Basketball. The and players in the country Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones are coming to Duke next season. They have Jabari Parker there this season and he's being joined by transfer Rodney Hood. It's an exciting time to be a Blue Devils fan. I love Mike Krzyzewski and as he enters the final years of his coaching career, this proves this program remains a force and I can't wait to watch it!
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Duke Basketball on Path to No. 1 Seed in NCAA Tourney After Win over UNC By Timothy Rapp (Featured Columnist) on February 14, 2013 The Duke Blue Devils have absolutely no reason to miss out on a No. 1 seed this season in the NCAA tournament. After beating North Carolina on Wednesday evening, the schedule is quite favorable for the Blue Devils down the stretch. Sure, Duke has a date with No. 3 Miami at home and closes the season by traveling to Chapel Hill to play the Tar Heels once again, but Duke should split those contests at the worst and should win its five other games in the league. From there, all the Blue Devils likely need to do to earn a top seed in the tournament is reach the finals or possibly even semifinals of the ACC tournament. In a year when the league is pretty weak, that shouldn't be too difficult to do. Duke is too talented to suddenly fold down the stretch and blow a golden opportunity. Mason Plumlee is one of the most dominant post players in the country, averaging 18.2 points and 10. ...
Duke Basketball: 5 Keys to Beating NC State in ACC Showdown By David Aldridge (Featured Columnist) on February 5, 2013 The Duke Blue Devils look to avenge their first loss of the season when they take on the NC State Wolfpack in Cameron Indoor Stadium on Thursday night. On January 12, NC State defeated Duke 84-76 in a game some believed signaled the rise of the Wolfpack as the ACC's best team. However, NC State has struggled since, and the Blue Devils appear to be learning how to play without Ryan Kelly. Now Duke must win to remain within striking distance of Miami, which sits atop the ACC standings. Here are five keys to beating NC State in this ACC showdown. Contain Richard Howell on the Glass Richard Howell is a monster on the boards. In the first game between these two teams, Richard Howell was an unstoppable rebounding force for NC State. He finished the game with 18 rebounds, including six offensive boards. Howell is averaging 10.9 rebounds per game, and Duke should be fine if his rebounding total i ...
Duke Basketball: 5 Keys to Avoiding an Upset Against Maryland By Chad Lykins (Contributor) on January 24, 2013 USA TODAY Sports Reality quickly set in for the Duke Blue Devils after Wednesday night's thrashing at the hands of the Miami Hurricanes. The realization that life without senior forward Ryan Kelly is not fun. As Kelly continued to occupy the sidelines with a right foot injury, he witnessed his team fall victim to an impressive 25-1 run midway through the first half. Essentially out on their feet, No. 1 Duke (16-2, 3-2) never recovered as Miami earned a 90-67 runaway victory, which marked the third worst defeat ever for a No. 1 team and Duke's worst loss since the 1990 national championship game. While the addition of Kelly may not have mattered on that night, his presence on both ends of the floor would have given the Blue Devils a fighting chance. Instead, Duke will journey forth still searching for an identity to this team that continues to allude them. Facing a quick three day turnaround, Duke ...
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Watching my first Duke basketball game since last season.I'm just glad that I can watch my Blue Devils again:)
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If you've been keeping up with Duke Basketball at all since the season ended you've been keeping two eyes squarely fixed on the recruiting news. And lately that recruiting news has involved the possibility of transfers coming to Durham. On Saturday, that hope of landing at least one of two transfers considering Duke died when former Central Michigan guard Trey Zeigler announced he would play for Pitt. The news came to some Duke fans as a bit of a shock, as many felt Zeigler would be a good fit in Durham and that he may have been leaning toward Duke since he was interested during his original recruitment a few years ago. Alas it wasn't meant to be and the Blue Devils are still recruiting hard hoping to add more talent to its roster for the 2012-2013 season. However, the odds of landing any of their remaining prospects appear to be dwindling and that leaves one pressing question. Does Duke still have the same appeal to recruits that it once had? It isn't as easy as yes or no. The recruiting game has gotten ...
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