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2019 NBA Draft: Pelicans Select Zion Williamson At No.1

BROOKLYN, NY -- What was once widely expected became official Thursday evening as the New Orleans Pelicans selected former Duke Blue Devils forward, Zion Williamson No.1 overall in the 2019 NBA Draft. Tabbed as the next transcendent generational type of talent not seen since LeBron James, Williamson averaged 22.6 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists while shooting 68 percent from the field in his line season down in Durham. A
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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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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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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 Final Four: Frosh G Grayson Allen Sparks Blue Devils

The 2014 freshman class was one of the best in college basketball history, and nowhere is that more prevalent than Duke, as the school won it's fifth National Title on Monday night due in large part to their stellar recruiting class. With Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow projected to be top-five picks in the NBA Draft, one would expect a big contribution from the two on championship night. However, it was
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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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NCAA Football : QB Winston Cleared of Sexual Assualt, leads Noles to BCS Title Game

    [caption id="attachment_19372" align="alignnone" width="273"] Jameis Winston was not charged with sexual assault. He led the Florida State Seminoles to a 45-7 victory over the Duke Blue Devils in the ACC Championship. (December 6, 2013 - Source: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston was a suspect in a sexual assault case. This really started two years ago when a woman originally identified a suspect
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Louisville Guard Kevin Ware Is Back And Dunking

It doesn't seem that long ago, yet five-and-a-half months ago Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware suffered a gruesome right leg injury against the Duke Blue Devils. The sophomore guard came off the bench during the 2012-2013 season averaging 4.5 points and 1.8 rebounds in 16.6 minutes of action. He scored a career high 11 points in the NCAA tournament against the Oregon Ducks,  seven rebounds in a win over Missouri-Kansas City, five assists against Colorado State, registered four
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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