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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Duke earns comeback win over OSU after double digit deficit

Mason Plumlee and Rasheed Sulaimon lifted #2 Duke (7-0) to a 73-68 victory over #4 Ohio State (4-1) Wednesday night as the Blue Devils came back from a double-digit deficit in the second half to win their 97th straight non-conference

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Video of Mason Plumlee’s Amazing Alley-Oop

Check out Mason Plumlee’s nasty alley-oop dunk from tonight’s Duke vs Ohio State game. During the game, Plumlee set the all-time Duke dunk record. That dunk is truly Amason…yes it’s okay to laugh.

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Mason Plumlee Development Disproves Duke Big Man Stigma

Over the last 10 or so years a stigma has developed surrounding Duke Basketball, specifically its big men and how they develop in the program. With most stigmas there typically is little truth to them, but that doesn’t mean they

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Mason Plumlee: ACC Player of the Year?

What do Art Heyman, Mike Gminksi, Christian Leattner, Grant Hill, JJ Redick, and Nolan Smith have in common? They were all voted as ACC Player of the Year during their tenure in a Duke jersey. As Duke has raced out

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Duke Upsets Louisville to Win Battle 4 Atlantis

The 5th ranked Duke Blue Devils lead by tournament MVP Quinn Cook upset the 2nd ranked Louisville Cardinals 76-71 to win the Battle 4 Atlantis at Nassau Bahamas. Cook scored 8 points in the last 75 seconds of the game

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Quinn Cook: Stats Don’t Lie

Less than a month ago, Duke fans were curious who would be their starting point guard.  No clear cut winner in sight, Quinn Cook and Tyler Thornton battled back and forth at each chance they got.  Once the ball dropped

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Duke Owns Kentucky and Other Things We’ve Learned

Duke is 2-0 against the best the great state of Kentucky has to offer in terms of college basketball teams, but that isn’t all we learned from the Blue Devils victory over Louisville in the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament. This

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Duke Wins Battle 4 Atlantis Title After Beating #2 Louisville

It took every single one of Duke’s starters to beat Louisville for the Battle 4 Atlantis Championship Saturday night. But the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, Quinn Cook, came up the biggest of them all in #5 Duke’s (6-0) 76-71 win

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Cook, Blue Devils overcome VCU’s pressure, remain unbeaten

When you look at Duke’s previous championship teams, Bobby Hurley, Jason Williams and Jon Scheyer were the starting point guards for those squads. That’s why Quinn Cook is so important to this team — and that’s why Blue Devil fans should

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Highlights: Duke 89, Minnesota 71

Like most of the country who were unable to watch the game yesterday, these highlights are all I have in what was a solid performance by our Blue Devils.    

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Maryland Not Our Rival, Not Our Conference

So the Maryland Terrapins, one of the founding members of the Atlantic Coast Conference, have announced that they will be leaving the conference in 2014. The long time self-viewed outcasts of the Tobacco Road dominated conference now feels that their best

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