anticipating since the season ended when Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood both officially declared for the NBA draft. With Hood and Parker no longer with the program all Duke fans can do is thank them for the entertaining year they spent with the program and try to move on. Now the question is being raised as to who the best newcomer for the Duke Blue Devils will be for the 2014-2015...
Rodney Hood will leave Duke after his sophomore season. Hood and Duke plan to make a formal announcement within the next several days, sources said. DraftExpress.com has Hood at No. 22 overall in its most recent mock draft. Hood played one season at Mississippi State before transferring to Duke.
After a disappointing season in 2013-14, things are looking up for the Duke Basketball team. Duke should be better next season despite losing four seniors, since none of them had much of an impact. The Blue Devils are adding four great freshmen to their team, which should make for a better season, maybe even a great one. They will welcome in Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones, Justise...
One of the best games of the college basketball season had a controversial finish after — if you can believe this — Duke did not get the benefit of a questionable call. Syracuse beat Duke 91-89 on Saturday at the Carrier Dome to remain undefeated on the season. One of the controversial moments came with […]
Rodney Hood.digtriad.comThe #16 Duke Blue Devils hosted the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Cameron Indoor Stadium for their second ACC game of the season. The Blue Devils were coming off a conference loss to Notre Dame 77-70. Coach K said that his team had played well enough to beat Notre Dame last week, but didn't. Tonight, his team played well enough to beat the Yellow Jackets...
The Duke Blue Devils had two of the top high school prospects face off against each other last week. The game was between Whitney Young and Apple Valley High school. These are two great teams with two players in the top five of the 2014 recruiting class. It featured Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones squaring off. These are two players who committed at the same time to Duke last...
Duke sophomore Rodney Hood channeled his inner Dr.J on a layup during Thursday night's game against UCLA.
The Duke Blue Devils started the season out as the number four team in the nation, but with the loss to Kansas fell to number six. The new top five is Michigan State, Kansas, Louisville, Kentucky, and Arizona. This puts Duke just on the outside of the top five. Duke being the sixth team in the nation seems about right after the loss to the Jayhawks. Duke played a very good...
Rodney Hood has had an excellent start to his sophomore season, averaging 21.8 points on 72.3 percent shooting from the floor and 72.7 percent shooting from distance. Hood, a 6'8 small forward, began his college career at Mississippi State and transferred to Duke in 2012, sitting out last season. "Scouts all morning say he’s a lottery pick," wrote Chad Ford.
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