Posted March 07, 2012 on
Duke's Austin Rivers said that he would not have been able to win any of his awards on the season without his teammates and that his focus is on the Blue Devils in the postseason.
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Duke forward Ryan Kelly will miss this week's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament after spraining his right foot Tuesday during practice.
Team officials say Kelly will be monitored over the weekend and re-evaluated March 12.
The injury certainly will further test the focus of a team already trying to bounce back from a disheartening loss to North Carolina over the weekend...
Duke junior forward Ryan Kelly may not get the headlines of the Plumlees, as he is no Plumlee brother. Or the big name recruits Austin Powers and Quinn Cook, but he is still extremely important to the Blue Devils.
Kelly will miss this weekend’s ACC Tournament in Atlanta after suffering a right foot sprain on Tuesday during practice. Kelly is averaging 11.8 points, 5.4 rebounds...
Kyrie Irving said on Tuesday he received confirmation that his college coach, Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, would return to coach Team USA in four more years.
Duke's Seth Curry said that he enjoys the post season because virtually every game is a must-win game.
Rasheed Sulaimon, a 2012 Duke Blue Devils signee, is among the 10 elite high school seniors named by USA Basketball today to the roster for the 2012 USA Junior National Select Team, which will take on the World Select Team in the 2012 Nike Hoop Summit on Saturday, April 7 at the Rose Garden in Portland, Ore.
Duke’s lone 2012 signee, Rasheed Sulaimon, will play on the West team...
Mason Plumlee said that successful tournament teams peak at the right time and Duke hopes to do that starting with the ACC Tournament.
Tyler Zeller, John Henson and Harrison Barnes headline the All-ACC First Team and are joined by Duke's Austin Rivers and Virginia's Mike Scott.
With the NCAA regular season coming to a close and the NCAA Tournament just around the corner, it's time for awards week at The Hoops Manifesto. We've teamed up with some of the best NCAA writers on the web to vote on who gets the (virtual) hardware. Next up: All-Freshman TeamVoters: Jeff Fox from The Hoops Manifesto, Ray Bala from The Can Ball Report, Perry Missner...