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Seth Curry Signs Training Camp Contract With Golden State

In an interesting twist, Seth Curry is reported to have signed with the Golden State Warriors. The Contra Costa Times reported Friday that the former Duke guard will take a non-guaranteed training camp contract rather than signing with Barcelona of Spain’s ACB league. There was some speculation

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Duke Basketball: Best Transfers in Blue Devils History

One of the most exciting elements of the 2013-14 season for Duke basketball will be the impact Rodney Hood has on the team. Hood is a transfer from Mississippi State that other ACC coaches are already raving about and he

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Duke Basketball: Biggest Things the Blue Devils Must Replace From Last Season’s Seniors

Duke basketball had one of the most experienced teams in the country last season. With the way the game has changed over the past 20 years, it’s become difficult to keep a talented player in college until his senior year.

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Seth Curry Goes Undrafted in 2013 NBA Draft

Seth Curry was the only man left standing without a new uniform on Thursday night as the former Duke guard was left undrafted after the 2013 NBA Draft. Curry was not included in the second round of any of the

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Duke Basketball and the NBA Draft – A 20 Year Retrospective

With the 2013 NBA Draft coming live to us tonight at 7pm on ESPN from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, I thought it would be a good time to look back at the last 20 years of Duke Blue

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Where Duke Basketball’s Seth Curry and Ryan Kelly Fit in the 2013 NBA Draft

The NBA Draft is a cruel process in that only 60 of the players who light up the college basketball world get to hear their name called. Of the three Duke basketball players in this year’s class, only Mason Plumlee is considered to be a sure-fire pick on Thursday night. But what about fellow senior-captains Ryan Kelly and Seth Curry? Where do they fit in on the wide landscape of the NBA?

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Blue Devils Honored at 2012-13 Duke Basketball Banquet

In celebration of seniors Seth Curry, Ryan Kelly and Mason Plumlee as well as Duke’s 2012-13 season, the Duke basketball program held its annual banquet and awards ceremony on Friday in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Blue Devils’ outstanding season featured

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Seth Curry Undergoes Successful Surgery

Seth Curry, a 2013 Sporting News second team All-America, underwent surgery Monday on the right lower extremity injury that he played on throughout the 2012-13 season. The Charlotte, N.C., native averaged a team-high 17.5 points per game while shooting 43.8

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Mason Plumlee Wins the 2013 POTGOTY Award

In one of the closest races since the inception of the award in 2008, Mason Plumlee has won the 2013 POTGOTY Award. This comes just two days removed from being named AP Second Team All-American, so I only imagine the amount of

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Duke Basketball’s Wonderful Season Comes to Abrupt End Just Short of Ultimate Goal

When last season ended in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament, most Duke basketball fans found themselves scrambling out the door in hopes of leaving a tumultuous season as far behind them as possible. Nobody was making tracks Sunday night. Instead, fans and players alike will hold on to this group until all three seniors are no longer Blue Devils and time forces them to move into what could be a very exciting future.

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Duke Basketball’s Season Ends With 85-63 Loss To Louisville

Louisville played championship basketball; Duke didn’t. It’s that simple. Louisville’s defensive pressure and excellent guard play proved to be too much for Duke as the Cardinals pulled away from the Blue Devils in the second half and won, 85-63. Duke

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