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Jim Suddath: Playing Past the Pain

Jim Suddath: Playing Past the Pain

In 1978 Coach Bill Foster recruited a kid named Jim Suddath out of East Point, Georgia for the Duke Blue Devils. He played off the bench through his junior year. He had a great outside shot— would have been a 3-point specialist if it had existed then. When his shot was dropping, he not only scored but helped open up the ...

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Jabari Parker To Make His Decision on Wednesday

Jabari Parker To Make His Decision on Wednesday

According to an AP Report, Jabari Parker will set up a time with Coach K when he returns to Duke on Tues. and then decide on Wed. if he will return to Duke for his sophomore season, or declare for the NBA Draft. Parker has repeatedly said one of the biggest factors in his decision is where he will be able to ...

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An Interview with the “Voice of the Blue Devils” Bob Harris

An Interview with the “Voice of the Blue Devils” Bob Harris

Duke Report recently spoke with Bob Harris who is the “Voice of the Blue Devils.” Bob is the play-by-play announcer for Duke University men’s basketball and football teams. He was inducted in the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame in 2006. You can follow Bob on Twitter @bluedevilsvoice or his website at voiceofthebluedevils.com. Our interview focused on his time covering Duke ...

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Who Is More Important To Duke’s Success Next Season – Tyus Jones or Jahlil Okafor?

Who Is More Important To Duke's Success Next Season - Tyus Jones or Jahlil Okafor?

This past season there was a lot of blame to go around for Duke's loss to Mercer in the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament. A large number of fans felt that if we had a consistent PG then we would've been able to make a deep run in the tournament. Others felt that the lack of a true big man ...

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Fred Lind: Benchwarmer Turned Superstar

Fred Lind: Benchwarmer Turned Superstar

In 1968 Dean Smith’s Tar Heels had a stable of stars including ACC Player of the Year, Larry Miller—Rusty Clark, Dick Grubar, Bill Bunting and Charlie Scott. This was a team that would go 28-4 and finally would face all-powerful UCLA in the NCAA finals. On March 2, however, they visited Cameron Indoor Stadium. It was mighty Mike Lewis’s final home game ...

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“The Phantom” Brandon Connette

The Phantom Brandon Connette

I can't remember the exact game it was in all honesty. Being the avid Duke fan that I am, meaning I literally watch every game whether I have to stream it online or be in the seats, I notice some things not every person does. At least the people who do not watch every Duke game that is. I like to think ...

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Duke Basketball: Expectations vs. Reality

Duke Basketball: Expectations vs. Reality

If the 2013-2014 Duke Basketball season taught us anything it is that you should never buy into wholesale optimism and hype. This was supposed to be a dominant team with the top incoming freshman in Jabari Parker, a skilled and experienced backcourt and the addition of a smooth wing player in Rodney Hood. This was supposed to be an explosive team offensively ...

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FanTake: Top Ten Reasons Why James Michael McAdoo Is Going Pro

FanTake: Top Ten Reasons Why James Michael McAdoo Is Going Pro

FanTake is a way for you the fan to voice your opinion.  If you are interested in writing your own FanTake, just send us an email. In honor of the announcement that David Letterman is retiring from The Late Show, I present to you the Top Ten Reason Why James Michael McAdoo is going pro. 10. Tired of spending time with illiterate teammates. 9. Knows that Michael Jordan ...

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