By Bermuda Bob Duke Sports Blog Contributor Earlier this month, the National Association of Basketball Coaches Board of Directors held their annual off-season meeting and, with only one dissenting vote, decided to suggest to the NCAA a change in the transfer rules. The change would essentially do away with the present exemptions being given for
Okay Duke fans I get it, Ryan Kelly is hurt, he is out indefinitely and the Blue Devils are not quite as good without him as they are with him. But lets just slow down a bit on the end of the world scenarios shall we. Duke is going to be just fine. The Blue
The news hit the Twitterverse and the Duke fan base like a thud: Ryan Kelly, the White Raven, was hurt. Blue Devil fans have seen this before and they didn’t like the results. Kelly who was red hot against Wake Forest this past weekend scoring 22 points and was Duke’s only viable looking offensive threat in
Hard to believe that just a couple years ago there were those out there that were saying that Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski was losing his recruiting touch and that Duke was losing a bit of its shine. Doesn’t look that way these days. It had been a thought though that had been proliferating for quite some
It wasn’t a start befitting at team that had days early taken out the No. 3 team in the country, but the No. 9 Blue Devils kicked their game into gear and easily took out the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles. Mason Plumlee had a dominating performance scoring a game high 28 points while grabbing 9
The season is only two games old and Duke redshirt freshman Alex Murphy has played a grand total of two minutes of the 80 total minutes of game action. Naturally in the world we live in today some fans and even members of the media have begun to speculate that Murphy might consider transferring after this semester.
Last season wasn’t a great one for Duke or its senior guard Seth Curry. The team as a whole never seemed to materialize or get comfortable with what they were or what they were attempting to do. Curry in particularly seemed to be stifled from the get go. Going into the season he was expected to