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Reactions and Thoughts On Jabari Parker Turning Pro

The decision came today from Jabari Parker that he will enter the NBA draft. It had been an all but done decision until the past few weeks, when many people believe Parker would return to Duke for his sophomore season. 221 more words


Jabari Parker finally declares for the NBA Draft and explains his delay

Jabari Parker has finally declared for the NBA Draft in LeBron James The Decision-esque type fashion. After a few weeks of holding out, he’s the last of the big named, much-anticipated 2014 Draft class to declare. 279 more words

Off The Court

Duke University’s “Cameron Crazies” are some of the most loyal fans of men’s basketball, and it showed after their slightly favored Blue devils fell short to Tobacco Road rival, UNC, 74-66 in Chapel Hill on Feb. 156 more words

75 Years of March Madness: Has Betting Made the Tourney Better?

Well-known billionaire, Warren Buffet issued a daunting challenge for those feeling zealous:


Duke Waits On NBA Decisions From Hood, Parker

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Duke’s latest one-and-done could be followed by another one of an entirely different kind.

After losing their NCAA tournament opener for the second time in three years, the Blue Devils can only hope their star freshman doesn’t turn pro after one season. 634 more words


Women's NCAA...

Sad day for Duke basketball! The unexpected (although totally deserved) loss against Mercer has messed several brackets up including mine. As a matter of fact, on Twitter somebody posted that there were over 11 million brackets when the championship started but only 2185 could still be perfect just after Duke’s game was over (and considering other games were played today, that amount may have decreased.) 68 more words


Why Jabari Parker won't skip the NBA draft despite Duke's loss

Following Duke’s shocking first-round NCAA tournament loss to Mercer, Jabari Parker is thinking about his future. With speculation abound that the early exit may hurt his draft stock… 394 more words