The guard chose to stay at Duke for his senior year. He will have to bounce back from a negative year which put in danger his once bright future in the Nba.
The Cardinals lost to Virginia, the Jayhawks grind out a win against Kansas S, coach K is back, FSU flex some muscles and Wichita State gets his revenge.
It was a long week, with plenty of upsets and changes in the ranking. The Zags are the new #1 Duke is back into business and the other top teams survive.
Injuries and unsportsmanlike behavior are dragging Duke’s season down and the Blue Devils have only one player to rely on.
An exciting start of Conference playwith Duke and UNC losing to lesser competition, UCLA getting the first loss of the season and ‘Nova staying perfect.
Who would deserve the #1 pick next June? Who is the most underrated? Surprises? Disappointments? BN rates the first stretch of college basketball.
Fort Wayne, TCU, the almost buzzer beater of the year, Duke’s offense and more. A quick look at the 10 biggest events of the early season.
Duke wins against Michigan State and Wisconsin destroys Syracuse. Here is a recap of the first eight games of the Acc/Big Ten Challenge.
Which one is the best backcourt duo in college basketball? Fox-Monk or Mason-Graham? BasketballNcaa ranked the top 10 guard pairings in the nation.
Michigan State was blown out by UK, thanks to Malik Monk huge game. In the other game, Frank Mason hits the jumper for the Kansas win over Duke. A recap of the Madison Square Garden night.
Duke’s Frank Jackson, UK’s De’Aron Fox and UCLA’s Lonzo Ball already left their mark, but others a disappointing season opener. Here is a recap, with plenty of exclusive videos from the first week.
Duke has the most talented roster in campus history and is ready to dominate the season. All eyes will be on Grayson Allen and other future Nba stars.
Allen is back and the recruiting saw the cream of the 2016 class committing to Duke: coach Krzyzewski will lead the number 1 team in the nation.
The first preseason games put on display the talent and potential of Michigan State’s wing Miles Bridges and Duke’s Frank Jackson.
Ben Simmons was the big name last year. This season is loaded with talented freshmen but there is no real consensus on a player that stands on top.
“This is Villanova basketball”: that’s a recurring theme every time coach Jay Wright or any other player at roster is interviewed, it is their mantra.
No obvious stars, but plenty of talent at every position in this year’s freshmen class.