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Mark Williams Scouting Report

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Mark Williams was the 32nd-ranked recruit in the 2020 high school class[1].

After spending his first three years of high school basketball at Norfolk Academy in Virginia, the seven-foot center transferred to powerhouse IMG Academy for his senior season. 819 more words

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Kara Lawson leaves NBA for Duke University

United States Olympic gold medalist Kara Lawson of Alexandria, VA, is now the new head coach of the Duke University women’s basketball program according to Mechelle Voepel of ESPN on Saturday. 331 more words

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The Nostalgia of Sports

Recently I was changing the oil in my car when it occurred to me that something… was… missing. I thought about it for a sec and realized that I always change my oil on a Saturday and because it’s Saturday, I always have a ball game on as background noise while I do it. 1,343 more words

Reports: Duke C Carey to declare for 2020 NBA Draft

Duke freshman star Vernon Carey Jr. will enter the 2020 NBA Draft, multiple outlets reported Friday.

The 6-foot-10, 270-pound center is projected to be a mid-to-late first-round pick. 108 more words

Creighton lands Duke transfer O'Connell

Creighton landed Duke transfer Alex O’Connell, who spent his first three seasons as a reserve for the Blue Devils.

O’Connell has a chance to graduate ahead of schedule and be eligible next season, when the Bluejays return five starters. 126 more words

Duke G Stanley declares for NBA draft

Cassius Stanley is a one-and-done at Duke, as the 6-foot-6 freshman guard announced Tuesday that he is entering the 2020 NBA Draft.

Expressing disappointment that his time in Durham, N.C., ended early due to the coronavirus pandemic that wiped out the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and the NCAA Tournament, Stanley tweeted, in part, “As much as I feel a burning desire to make another run at the Final Four, I feel compelled to make the best decision for my professional success, and therefore, I have decided to enter the 2020 NBA Draft.” 292 more words