Kyrie Irving wowed Duke fans for just 11 games during his lone year in Durham and he has continued that level of play in NBA. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ point guard made a statement on Saturday night by posting a 23-point round en route to a win in the 2013 Three-point Shooting Contest. About these ads
It’s been awhile since we checked in on our good friend Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers. He’s had himself quite the season and is a legitimate candidate to make the Eastern Conference All-Star team.
It’s not surprising that one of the greatest players to ever step foot inside Cameron Indoor Stadium will forever be linked to Duke. However, J.J. Redick hasn’t suited up for the Blue Devils in over six years. Regardless of his success in the NBA, Cameron Crazies, as well as plenty of other basketball junkies will always […]
The NBA is home to many things. One of the things that make it such an enjoyable league to follow are the continuation of college rivalries into the pro ranks.
This week's journey in the Wayback Machine takes us back to the early 2000's when computers almost ended the world and Duke basketball was at their K2 of peaks under Mike Krzyzewski. From 1999-2002, Duke was led by their second star point guard out of New Jersey and perhaps the best of three: Jay Williams.
Kyle Singler is 20 games into his rookie season, and is already making an impact. The 6-foot-8 forward has played in all 20 games and is averaging 9.9 points per game.
Kyrie Irving is sure to be making the blue and white very proud. With his second season just under the way, Irving is fourth in the NBA in scoring at 24.3 points per game.
Out of the 18 Duke alums that played in NBA’s opening night, one particular ex-Blue Devil is making a bit of a splash
Kyle Singler was one of the best players on one of the most likable teams to ever play at Duke. At 6-foot-8 and with a diverse skill set, it is hard to believe that a player like him would come around again anytime soon. However, one such player may already be on the roster.