North Carolina’s controversial and ill-founded House Bill 2 drew another response from one of the nation’s major sports institutions Friday, as the NCAA issued an anti-discrimination survey for all host cities of NCAA events. This comes a day after the NBA declared plans to move the 2016-17 All-Star Game, after…
The Nov. 12 game between Duke and Albany is off the schedule, thanks to New York’s policy banning certain types of official travel to North Carolina in the wake of that state’s anti-LGBT HB2 law.
In the handshake line after Oregon beat Duke, Mike Krzyzewski scolded Dillon Brooks: “You’re too good of a player to showboat,” he said. When asked about it later, Krzyzewski got pissy with reporters and lied about what he said. Then the audio came out. Krzyzewski apologized, not because he thought what he did was…
The Oregon Ducks dispatched Duke in the Sweet Sixteen on Thursday, 82-68. Oregon’s last points came off a Dillon Brooks three, which he hit as the shot clock expired with eight seconds left in the game. He celebrated a little, because his team had just beaten Duke, but a bit of silly controversy broke out after the…
Defending champion Duke is out, falling to No. 1 seed Oregon 82-68 in a game that was decided so early, nothing on the court is going to garner the attention of whatever happened between Mike Krzyzewski and Dillon Brooks in the handshake line. Or didn’t happen, depending on who you ask.
The thing about the Plumlees is that there are so many of them, and the other thing about them is that all their names start with the letter “M.” A Plumlee who will remain unnamed right now is taking on Yale today, so, to get you ready, we prepared a quiz. How many of these M names are true Plumlee children?
It took some effort, but the Duke Blue Devils dispatched UNC-Wilmington in the first of today’s 16 NCAA tournament games. Grayson Allen, Ted Cruz, and Colin Mochrie await their next-round opponent.
Surely there is a facility in some shadowy corner of the Research Triangle where they produce these monsters, and Grayson Allen is just the latest in a long line of Blue Devils seemingly designed to make you angry. The Duke guard is very, very good, of course, leading the team in scoring with so many of his points…
Here’s Duke sophomore Grayson Allen’s line from today’s narrow loss to Louisville: 29 points (a game-high) on just 12 shots, five turnovers, six fouls (yes, six), one technical, one fight, one of the most audacious shots of the year. That’s a near-perfect, box score-sized encapsulation of Allen, the player. He’s a…
Twentieth-ranked Duke knocked off fifth-ranked North Carolina 74-73 in Chapel Hill, as North Carolina inexplicably couldn’t win a game they probably should’ve.
Grayson Allen’s buzzer-beater lifted the lowly, unranked Duke Blue Devils past seventh-ranked Virginia in a stunning upset. Allen finished with 15 points, seven boards, and seven assists in helping Duke overcome a three-point halftime deficit.
Now that Duke is unranked for the first time since 2007, you might be struggling to come up with reasons to hate Coach K’s band of floor-slapping turds. Thankfully, Grayson Allen is here to throw you a bone:
Syracuse beat Duke tonight in Durham, giving the Blue Devils its first three-game losing streak against unranked teams since the 1960s. As soon as the final buzzer sounded, these young men went running. Who are they? Why are they in such a hurry? We have so many questions.
Man, if you wanna stop your teammates from getting jammed on, maybe do more than just sort of put your hands up and chest at Brandon Ingram?
Indiana kicker Griffin Oakes’s overtime field goal went wide right, ruled officials, giving Duke its first bowl win since 1961 as the Blue Devils claimed the Pinstripe Bowl trophy at Yankee Stadium.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has suspended both the on-field officiating crew and the replay official for allowing Miami’s game-winning kickoff return to stand during last night’s game against Duke.
Another week, another shocking play the likes of which no one has ever seen; tonight, Duke fell victim to the whims of fate, and once again we’re here to bring you the action as called by home announcers.