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Duke star Grayson Allen 'fully recovered' after operation on ankle

Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said in a recent ESPN podcast that star player Grayson Allen had successful surgery on an ankle this offseason.

“We had him away from basketball for about three months,” Krzyzewski said of Allen. 249 more words


Duke Basketball Unveils Jersey Numbers For Incoming Freshman

The Duke basketball program is expecting a lot out of the 2017-18 season.

After pulling in one of the top ranked classes in the country, the roster if loaded with top talent from top to bottom. 220 more words


Duke Basketball: Wendell Carter, Marques Bolden Will Majority Of Time Together

The Duke Blue Devils put a lot of their eggs in the basket that included them getting Kevin Knox. Knox decided to attend Kentucky instead, and now Duke is reversing the trend that they’ve used in recent memory. 200 more words


Duke Basketball Lands Trevon Duval, Top Five Player In 2017 Class

The Duke basketball program has made another big splash in the recruiting world.

On Monday morning, it was announced that IMG Academy star Trevon Duval has committed to the Blue Devils and head coach Mike Krzyzewski. 117 more words


Luke Kennard Signs In His Hometown Keep Getting Stolen

Luke Kennard is a celebrity in his home town of Franklin, Ohio.

The Duke basketball star left the population 11,000 town two years ago to play for coach Mike Krzyzewski in North Carolina, and his hometown fans couldn’t be more proud. 169 more words


VIDEO: Cam Reddish impresses at EYBL with Coach K, Duke staff watching

Cam Reddish, a 6-8 wing from the Westtown School (West Chester, Pa.) is ranked as the No. 4 player overall in the Class of 2018. 49 more words


Nike EYBL: Tre Jones learned ‘a lot’ from his NBA brother’s recruitment

HAMPTON, Va. – Tre Jones can vividly recall all of the details of his older brother Tyus’ storybook basketball run: Winning a state title in high school then winning Most Outstanding Player after leading Duke to its fifth national title in 2015 and now playing in his hometown for the Minnesota Timberwolves. 305 more words