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In just the second game of the regular season, two of the most illustrious programs in college basketball will hook up as the Duke Blue Devils face off against the Kentucky Wilcats as part of the second installment of the State Farm Champions Classic. It will mark the first meeting between these two schools since 2001 and it will be the first top-10 matchup of the young season.
We will be hosting our second live chat of the season, which will begin around 8:45 PM ET. Twitter users can also tweet the hashtag: #DukeKentucky to join in. Tip is set for 9:30 PM ET concluding the Kansas and Michigan State game.
Duke vs. Kentucky — Live Chat
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ATLANTA Seth Curry often chews on his mouthpiece, the transparent dental safeguard protruding at all angles during stoppages in play.
Some could call it a nervous habit, others a sign of unconscious relaxation.
Following the fifth-year senior guards dispensing of the defending national champions in Atlanta, the nervous theory might be tossed out the window. Curry looks right at...
Duke was able to outlast Kentucky last night, taking home a 75-68 win behind 23 points from Seth Curry and 18 from Mason Plumlee. And during the game ESPN basketball tweeted something to their 115,000 followers about a pending upset (the tweet has since been removed - but at least many of us were able to respond to it first).
Considering Duke was favored, probably not RT...
With a far more experienced lineup than his opponent in Kentucky, Coach Mike Krzyzewski discusses his Duke team's win at the Champions Classic. Coach K also discusses the atmosphere and the importance of such a big game in November.
“There are five fundamental qualities that make every team great: communication, trust, collective responsibility, caring and pride. I like to think of each as a separate finger on the fist. Any one individually is important. But all of them together are unbeatable.” — Coach K
By Duke Of Hoops - Like the five fundamental qualities that make every team great, Duke of Hoops...
Duke at Kentucky Date 11/13/2012 9:00:00 PMLocation Atlanta, GALive StatsLinkTV ESPN Team Stats Embed This Chart On Your Website
Every year, ESPN celebrates the greatness that is college basketball by showcasing a dozen games, back-to-back, on the network’s many channels, effectively putting those of us who eat, sleep and breathe basketball into a hoops coma.
By Josh Evans – Seth Curry, Ryan Kelly, and Mason Plumlee showed Kentucky that leadership and experience does matter, and can propel you to victory when instituted! One question that writers have had about Duke last year, and was a question mark this year is LEADERSHIP! Many have compared this Duke team to the 2010 national championship team, and I have even agreed. The problem...
Seth Curry scored a game high 23 points to help Duke win a big early season matchup
After taking down third-ranked Kentucky in one of the most memorable performances of his career, Duke Guard Seth Curry addresses the media at the Champions Classic in Atlanta.