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Duke and Krzyzewski have "a decision" to make as injuries linger

Duke missed the production of veterans Grayson Allen and Amile Jefferson on Saturday in its 55-50 loss to Miami, the Blue Devils’ second-straight loss after falling to Syracuse earlier in the week. 373 more words

Duke storms back in second half against Miami to avoid three-game skid

Duke was playing some of its worst defensive basketball in the first half against Miami at Cameron Indoor Stadium despite having glue guy Amile Jefferson back in the lineup. 193 more words


Duke could lose its most important player to serious injury

Duke might be finally hitting a stride with all three big-time freshmen — Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum and Marques Bolden —  finally able to play. However, their most senior leader and rebounding leader might be out for a few games in Amile Jefferson. 198 more words


Amile Jefferson injures foot in Duke win

No. 8 Duke won their first game with Jeff Capel as the interim head coach, but at what cost?

Amile Jefferson, Duke’s starting power forward and a guy that has been playing at an all-american level through the first two months of the season, injured his right foot midway through the first half. 125 more words

Five College Hoops Players to Watch

I wrote a story for CBS Local about five players you may not be familiar with right now but who could have an impact in March. 23 more words

NCAA Basketball

Player of the Year Power Rankings: Malik Monk climbs as top five is intact

1. Josh Hart, Villanova: Hart is now averaging 20.1 points on the season after a 26-point outburst in Villanova’s win over Temple. The Wildcats likely won’t be challenged again until a New Year’s Eve trip to Omaha to take on Creighton, followed by a visit to Indianapolis for Butler four days later. 1,077 more words

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Player of the Year Power Rankings: There's a new leader this week

1. Josh Hart, Villanova: Hart vaulted past Frank Mason III into the National Player of the Year lead after his dominating, 37-point performance in Villanova’s come-from-behind win to beat Notre Dame. 1,036 more words

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