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Rodney Hood Is Good

The last time a good portion of North Carolina basketball fans watched Rodney Hood play, Duke somehow lost to Mercer, in Raleigh, and the world became conscious to the goddamn Nae Nae: 1,143 more words

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Duke dual-threat QB Thomas Sirk suffers ruptured Achilles tendon

Duke quarterback Thomas Sirk will be out of offseason workouts indefinitely after suffering a ruptured left Achilles tendon this morning. The school announced via Twitter he is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday. 150 more words

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Duke's Grayson Allen Intentionally Tripped Louisville's Raymond Spalding

Duke and Louisville are in a tight battle right now and things could get chippy thanks to Grayson Allen’s flagrant foul.

Allen’s illegal homage to Christian Laettner… 40 more words

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Duke's Grayson Allen goes full villain, trips Louisville player intentionally

Last year I wrote that Duke’s Grayson Allen was destined to become the next Duke villain, continuing the legacy of Christian Laettner and J.J. Redick¬†by being the most obnoxious player in college basketball. 119 more words

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Who's The Better NBA Prospect: Ben Simmons or Brandon Ingram?

Halfway through the NCAA and NBA seasons, two prospects have emerged as leaders for the number one spot in the NBA draft. Freshman forwards Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram have separated themselves from the pack of prospects who could enter the 2016 draft. 1,660 more words

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What Is Wrong With Duke Basketball?

The Duke Blue Devils are one of the most historic and iconic college basketball programs of all time. Duke has five national championships to it’s credit, with the most recent one being last year. 1,153 more words

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College Basketball is Fine Country for Old Men This Year, But Does Veteran Leadership Win Championships?

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The best teams in college basketball are succeeding on the strength of upperclassmen. ESPN’s Seth Greenberg proved this with an incredible stat during last night’s Big Monday broadcast. 557 more words

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