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Position: Small Forward Height/Weight: 6-8 / 220 Birthdate: College: Duke University Year: Freshman Predicted Draft Position: Round 1, Pick 2 Strengths: Jabari Parker is near equivalent to top prospect Andrew Wiggins in terms of skill. Parker has an outstanding basketball IQ which is far higher than typically seen in a player of his age. Teammates and coaches have praised Parker for ...The post Casey’s 2014 Draft Prospect Profiles: Jabari Parker appeared first on The League News.
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The Duke Blue Devils have enough challenging games this season to be tested, but it seems like every season that Duke has one game that leaves people scratching their heads. Last season it was the Boston College game. That game was at Boston College, but still a game that Duke should have won easily especially seeing how young the Eagles were.
The Blue Devils being so good at...
This is the best rivalry in all of sports. No other game comes close to this one. The Duke Blue Devils will get to play North Carolina twice this season, and the last game of the season will be in Cameron Indoor Stadium. These two teams have been the biggest matchup in sports for years now, and no matter if one team is having a down year, or if they are both among the top teams...
Everybody is excited for the Sixers to tank for Andrew Wiggins- but there are plenty of other players in next year's draft considered franchise changers.
Jabari Parker is one of them.
Parker a 6-10 241 lb small forward from Duke put on a show in the team's scrimmage this past Friday. Parker finished with 24 points and 12 rebounds and reportedly dominated the game.
Duke basketball is often looked as the “evil empire” of college hoops for a various of reasons but it makes you think twice when you see their players do stuff like this. Jabari Parker, Matt Jones and Semi Ojeleye put together this video. I’m sure this won’t change the haters view of Duke but you […]
One Duke freshman says he arrived on campus here this summer so ill-prepared for the Blue Devils' intensified strength and conditioning program he could not lift 185 pounds one time off his chest.
He says he struggled initially with learning basketball plays because few positions were defined and players were taught to operate as interchangeable pieces in a fast-paced chess...