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Prospect Report: Marvin Bagley III Of Duke

by Rafael Uehara

Apr 30, 2018 10:58 PM

So much of the intrigue over Marvin Bagley III isn't due to his production but the way he projects physically. Read more »

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Prospect Report: Wendell Carter Jr. Of Duke

by Rafael Uehara

Dec 27, 2017 2:52 PM

Wendell Carter Jr. has mostly played as an old school type who earns most of his scoring working with his back to the basket, though he has flashed traits of perimeter skills that fit more easily with the modern game. Read more »

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Prospect Report: Trevon Duval Of Duke

by Rafael Uehara

Dec 23, 2017 8:51 AM

Trevon Duval was the top ranked point guard in the 2017 high school class but hasn't played as well as peers Collin Sexton and Trae Young over the first month-and-a-half of the season. Read more »

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Prospect Report: Marvin Bagley III Of Duke

by Rafael Uehara

Marvin Bagley's biggest appeal at this point of his development is his agility and coordination, which are above average for someone his size. Read more »
Prospect Report: Jayson Tatum Of Duke

by Rafael Uehara

Jayson Tatum's biggest selling point is his individual scoring and positional flexibility with his size on the wing. Read more »
Duke's Trio Of Incoming Freshmen

by Jake Hyman

In Jayson Tatum, Harry Giles III and Frank Jackson, Duke has an impressive trio of incoming freshmen. Read more »
Jahlil Okafor, Myles Turner And The Futility Of The Process

by Jonathan Tjarks

Jahlil Okafor was the better scorer and passer while Myles Turner was the better shooter and shot-blocker. If you were picking a big man for the modern NBA, which skill-set would you prefer? Most big men played like Okafor in 1995. Most big men will play like Turner in 2025. Read more »
College Basketball Crowns A Champion

by Dan Hanner

The hero was a freshman, just not necessarily the one we expected. Read more »
Wisconsin Vs. Duke

by Dan Hanner

Kentucky vs Wisconsin lived up to the hype and more. Read more »
Tournament Wins Come From Smart Coaching In January, February

by Jonathan Tjarks

Justise Winslow's numbers have risen dramatically, in large part because Coach K put him in a position to succeed on both sides of the floor. One guy who has slipped in comparison is Stanley Johnson and it's instructive to see the difference in how they were deployed by their respective coaches. Read more »
Final Four Is Set

by Dan Hanner

The numbers that suggest Mark Few and Sean Miller are the best active coaches without a Final Four appearance, plus more on Okafor, Blackshear, and the Elite Eight. Read more »
Sweet Sixteen Day 2

by Dan Hanner

How Tom Izzo, Rick Pitino, and Mike Krzyzewski ended up in another Elite Eight, and how Mark Few made the Elite Eight for the first time since 1999. Read more »
The Goliaths Of The Tourney

by Jonathan Tjarks

While there is always an element of randomness involved in a one-and-done tournament, there is an underlying pattern as to who is advancing and who is going home. For the most part, higher seeds with elite big men are safe while the ones without are vulnerable. Read more »
NCAA Tournament Day 4

by Dan Hanner

Looking back at Michigan St.'s upset, Seth Tuttle's last game, the frustrating reality for Dayton fans, and the two-game numbers for every remaining tournament team. Read more »
NCAA Tournament Day 2

by Dan Hanner

Looking back at all the action from the second day of the tournament. Read more »
Final Stats And Bracket Picks

by Dan Hanner

Going through the hot, warm, cool and cold teams entering the tournament and then we preview and predict each region. Read more »
Freshmen Ranked 1-20

by Dan Hanner

Checking in on what we know now on the incoming freshmen who were ranked from No. 1 to No. 20 before the season started. Read more »
Instant Recap Of Duke-UNC; Freshmen Ranked 21-40

by Dan Hanner

On an overtime thriller at Cameron Indoor Stadium between the Blue Devils and Tar Heels, as well as the freshmen that entered the season ranked 21-40. Read more »
Willie Cauley-Stein And The Two-Way College Basketball Superstar

by Jonathan Tjarks

Willie Cauley-Stein is the best player on the best team in the country and he’s not going to be a first-team All-American. There’s lot more that goes into helping your team win basketball games than scoring a lot of points. Read more »
NCAA Injury Splits, Part 1 (Early February Edition)

by Dan Hanner

It is time once again for our annual injury splits column, showing how various teams have performed with and without key players on the floor. Read more »