Former Duke star Marvin Bagley III had some nice things to say about playing for Mike Krzyzewski at Duke on ESPN earlier today. After his successful rookie campaign with the Sacramento Kings, Bagley dishes on Zion Williamson who will be drafted by the New Orleans Pelicans shortly after 7:00 EST this evening.
Big time prospect Jalen Johnson has cut his list of schools and remains open in his recruitment with many thinking Duke and Kentucky are at the top of his list. Blue Devil Nation caught up with the talented young player during the NBAPA Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, Va. this past weekend. Check out what he had to say as a member during our one year for a six-month price on the message board.
Duke prospect Mark Williams had a successful NBA Top 10 Camp where he continues to impress scouts. Here are two videos (part I and II) from the event where Williams talks Duke and recruiting. He will visit Duke in the near future.
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When ESPN's Stephen A. Smith tried to grill R.J. Barrett he quickly found out he could not rattle the former Duke standout. Barrett is and always be a confident alpha dog and Smith will soon learn that fact if the New York Knicks keep the 3rd pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.
At eighteen years old, Barrett is set to embark on a long NBA Career where he will only get better.
DURHAM, N.C. – Duke and Michigan State will battle in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019 in East Lansing, Mich., as the matchups for the 21st edition of the event were unveiled Thursday by ESPN.
In a rematch from last season's Elite Eight, the Blue Devils and Spartans will meet for the fifth time in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Duke has won the previous four versus MSU in the event, and owns an 18-2 (.900) record all-time in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, marking both the most wins and best winning percentage.
Duke and Michigan State have meet 15 times in the overall series, with the Blue Devils leading 12-3. Eight of the meetings have come since the 2010-11 season -- three in the Champions Classic (3-0) and twice in the ACC/Big Ten (2-0). MSU’s first win over Duke since 2005 came last season, 68-67, in the NCAA Tournament East Regional title game in Washington, D.C.
Time and network designation for next season’s game will be announced at a later date.
Duke and Michigan State each finished in the top 5 of the final AP poll for 2019, with the Blue Devils earning the program’s eighth final AP No. 1 ranking and the Spartans finishing No. 5.