Posted by Andrew Carter on April 22, 2014
It used to be simple enough, the ACC basketball schedule. Every team in the league played every other conference team twice during the regular season, home and away.
There was symmetry to the schedule in those days. Balance. But not anymore.
The ACC on Tuesday released a list of the leagues mens basketball opponents and game sites for the next two seasons. Dates for the schedule will come later, but now we know which teams will play each other twice and which teams will play where, home and away in the ACC, during the next seasons.
Posted by Laura Keeley on April 21, 2014
After struggling this season without a true post presence, Duke continues to work and ensure that issue doesn't come up again. Monday night, Sean Obi, a 6-foot-9, 265-pound freshman big man from Rice, announced he is transferring to the Blue Devils to finish his college career. Obi will have to sit out next season but can begin playing in the 2015-16 season.
Posted by Laura Keeley on April 17, 2014
The tears were flowing Wednesday night at Duke’s end-of-season basketball banquet, particularly when focusing on those who will leave the program.
Posted by Laura Keeley on April 9, 2014
It was impossible to know back on Oct. 16 that the most clairvoyant statement of the 2013-14 college basketball season was about to be spoken into existence.
Posted by Laura Keeley on March 31, 2014
Duke assistant coach Steve Wojciechowski is interviewing for the head coach position at Marquette, a source close to the situation confirmed Monday. Wojciechowski, 37, did not return a call for comment.
Posted on March 21, 2014
Replay the game with our live updates, commentary and photos from the Duke Blue Devils facing the Mercer Bears in NCAA action at PNC Arena in Raleigh.
Posted by Laura Keeley on March 20, 2014
The story in Friday’s paper, about Jabari Parker trying to channel his inner Carmelo Anthony and lead Duke to a title, references a list of 21 specific players from 2003-2013. Those 21 guys were a) one-and-done lottery picks; b) significant contributors to their teams (as defined by Ken Pomeroy as using at least 20 percent of their team’s possessions while on the floor); c) “carried” their team by either leading in points, rebounds or assists.