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Cam Reddish: The Forgotten—Any Yet Equally Talented—Blue Devil

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Few talk about him, and yet he lingered like a shadow on the nation's top team. He does not get the same shine or national publicity as his more talked-about teammates in Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett, but Cam Reddish is the forgotten--yet talented--third wheel of the Duke Blue Devils. With the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery done and the real Draft right around the corner, it is
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2019 March Madness: Why I Picked The Duke Blue Devils To Win It All

  For the record, I hate Duke. Like every other college hoops fan outside of Durham, I hate and despite the mere mention the Blue Devils, and yet I picked them in our recent Inscriber Magazine tournament bracket challenge to win it all. Here’s why. Thanks to their easy opening round win over North Dakota State, 85-62 after only being up by four over the No.16 Bison at halftime, their
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Zion Williamson: Why He Should Play Again For Duke

A recent knee injury to Zion Williamson the biggest name in basketball who is not currently playing in the NBA has got experts weighing in on his next move. Which in their opinion is that he needs to sit out the rest of his only year at Duke, yet he shouldn't. What an opportunity for Williamson to play for and learn from Mike Krzyzewski arguably one of the greatest coaches
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Grayson Allen: College Basketball’s New Villain

The relatively recent "one and done" model of success at the college basketball level has had disastrous consequences for the overall well-being of the sport. Blue-chip schools such as Duke, North Carolina, and especially Kentucky hog virtually all the top recruits and reload so well that their strings of success become a blur of top-flight talent coming in and out. Two seasons ago, a more well-balanced Wisconsin team tried to
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Duke’s Marshall Plumlee Is A Hero On and Off the Court

Duke isn't just home to the Cameron Crazies. It's also the stomping grounds of one of the more recent college basketball legacies, the Plumlee's. Yeah, it's a stretch to call the Plumlee family a legacy, but considering what the three brothers have meant to Duke over the last decade, you can't argue their significance. The trio of brothers are made up of Marshall, Miles, and Mason. The latter two are
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NCAAB: Duke Sits Atop ACC In Contested Conference

It's never too early to start thinking about March Madness. Whether your a novice fan or basketball junkie, the rush of filling out a bracket is unmatched in today's sports world. However, there is still a great amount of basketball to be played before we get to that glorious occasion. With college football well underway, it's an opportune time to  preview one of college basketball's most dominant conferences, the ACC.
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2015 NBA Draft: Could Justise Winslow Be Selected First Overall?

Will Justise Winslow defy the odds and become the first overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft? It's a question that has been on the minds of many scouts and analysts as of late, as Winslow's play during the NCAA Tournament has been nothing short of remarkable. It has been widely thought since the conclusion of last year's NBA Draft that Winslow's teammate, Jahlil Okafor, would be the consensus top
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2015 NCAA Tournament: Kentucky, Duke, Arizona and Oklahoma Favorites To Reach Final Four

With only 16 teams remaining after a wild first weekend of action, it truly appears to be anyone’s tournament to take. There are four teams that are standing out in this reporters mind and will shape up the Final Four nicely. Kentucky. The obvious choice. They soundly defeated both Hampton and Cincinnati to reach the Sweet 16. West Virginia will press them hard to try and force turnovers but Kentucky
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2014 NBA Draft : Why Duke’s Jabari Parker Will Likely Go No.1

[caption id="attachment_21616" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Rich Barnes/Getty Images North America)[/caption] SYRACUSE -- Despite scoring 15 points and grabbing nine rebounds in a 81-79 road loss to Syracuse, Jabari Parker deserves the opportunity to become the first pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Many NBA scouts view Parker as the most NBA-ready basketball player in the upcoming draft. That is high-level praise for a freshman to receive as arguably this is the
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2013 NCAA March Madness: Kevin Ware Suffers Freak Right Leg Injury

It is a play that happens in basketball often, a player runs out, jumps to contest a wide open shot. When an injury does occur a sprained ankle usually occurs. That wasn't the case for Louisville sophomore guard Kevin Ware suffered a gruesome lower right leg injury. With the Cardinals up four on Duke, Ware went up to contest a three-point attempt by Tyler Thornton and landed awkwardly on his right leg. It appeared from the moment he