Duke basketball product Matthew Hurt is hoping to find some NBA permanence. After going undrafted in late July following two seasons as a Duke basketball player, Matthew Hurt looked to be in a relatively ideal situation to set in motion his pro career.
It sometimes takes a while to find your team in the NBA It’s not going to be easy for Matthew Hurt to make it in the NBA - it’s not easy for anyone. Even the most talented players have to work like hell to earn a spot and can never stop working if they want to keep it.
A solid win by the Blue Devils Unlike Northwestern, there would be no late comeback from Kansas. The Jayhawks were down 45-27 in the 4th and hit a long bomb for a touchdown to cut it to 45-33, failing the two-point conversion attempt.
The rising legend won yet another D-II national championship last spring but won't get the traditional Cameron invite. For the last 10 years or so, Duke has made it a tradition to play the D-II champions in an exhibition game.
A most singular figure in American music Leon Redbone was a very unusual musician. He first came to public attention in the early ‘70s. His style was out of step with the era: he generally wore a Panama hat and sunglasses, sometimes with a white suit, with short hair and a neatly trimmed goatee and mustache.
There are pros and cons to Duke basketball having a relatively short bench. Coming into the 2021-22 season, the Duke basketball program has just 10 players on scholarship (not counting former walk-ons Michael Savarino and Keenan Worthington).
Old Man Time is catching up to Old Man Boeheim What should we make of Syracuse? Jim Boeheim is a Hall of Fame coach, has been since 2005. He’s been at Syracuse, with the exception of just a few years after he graduated, since 1962.
An all-time Duke basketball great decided to hang up the sneakers this week. It has been a historic career for former Duke basketball sharpshooter JJ Redick and he’s made the official decision to retire this week.
Another prospect seriously considering the Blue Devils As you probably know, we like to go to non-Duke sites to get recruiting intel. We think that’s where you’ll find the most reliable sentiment because those sites aren’t going to say Duke is favored until they’re pretty damn sure that’s the case.
Time to get ready for the Jayhawks Date: 9/25 Time: 4:00 Venue: Wallace Wade Stadium Video: ACCN X-Factor: Duke football’s Shaka Heyward can limit Kansas’ offensive success Film room: Duke football seeks to exploit Kansas’s weak defense Can Duke continue its winning ways against Kansas?
Duke’s first title came in 1991 but the Blue Devils had to go through UNLV to get to the finals From 2021, 1991 seems a long time ago. Mike Krzyzewski is about to begin his last season, Christian Laettner is 52 and Jerry Tarkanian passed away six years ago.
Jon vs. John should be entertaining Jon Scheyer’s early and stunning recruit success, along with Kentucky’s John Calipari’s recruiting resurgence, has reignited the long-running Duke-Kentucky recruiting rivalry.
Over the last decade, Duke has outshone every other ACC program when it comes to the NBA Draft Scrutinized over the long haul the NBA draft is a good measure of which ACC programs are doing well, at least in recruiting gifted players, and which aren’t.
It’s an amazing game to watch in retrospect In 1983, almost no one thought that NC State could beat Houston. Hakeem Olajuwon was a junior and obviously gifted but he was not yet what he would ultimately become.
Check out odds, insights and more in our betting preview for the Duke Blue Devils vs. Kansas Jayhawks college football matchup on September 25, 2021. The Kansas Jayhawks (1-2) will attempt to defy oddsmakers when they hit the field against the Duke Blue Devils (2-1) on Saturday, September 25, 2021 as an overwhelming 16-point underdog.
As NIL starts to really pick up We didn’t see this when it broke but it’s definitely interesting: AJ Griffin will join Paolo Banchero as a CAA client. It’s great news for Griffin of course and he should do very well with his NIL income.
Duke basketball fighter Jon Scheyer looks to be seeking more Wildcat blood. After practically humiliating some seemingly overconfident Kentucky basketball recruiting efforts this week, it looks as if Duke basketball head coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer has no intention of showing any mercy whatsoever.