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Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon and Amile Jefferson’s Career Games Lead Blue Devils

February 25, 2013 by


It was a great week to be a member of the Duke basketball team as the Blue Devils took on two of the ACC’s weaker teams in Virginia Tech and Boston College. The lower level of competition allowed Mike Krzyzewski to play his full stable of players and the freshmen took advantage by having some […]

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon’s Tough Play Keeps Him On Top

February 19, 2013 by


Sorry for those of you who spent your Monday without the Rookie Report, but now that the internet issues have been sorted out we can get back to sorting out Duke’s freshman ballers. This was another up and down week for the Blue Devils as they scored a solid win over rival North Carolina before […]

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon’s Consistant Play Wins Him the Week

February 11, 2013 by


The Duke Blue Devils once again finished a week of ACC basketball with a 2-0 record. That’s the good news. The bad news? After winning a statement game against N.C. State on Thursday, the Blue Devils laid a bit of an egg on the road at Boston College for one of the weirder two-game stretches […]

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Solid Week For Amile Jefferson and Rasheed Sulaimon Keep Them on Top

February 4, 2013 by


Duke scored two solid wins this week behind the play of their two senior stars, Mason Plumlee and Seth Curry. Plumlee was a relative non-factor against Florida State, but his 32 points against Wake Forest keyed the victory. Curry, on the other hand, scored 21 points in both games while shooting 6-of-13 from three-point range.

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Alex Murphy, Amile Jefferson, Rasheed Sulaimon All Show Positive Signs

January 28, 2013 by


In this week’s edition of the Duke Basketball Rookie Report, we actually get a two-week sample size to look at three games worth of stats to pour over and decide who this week’s top-ranked newcomer should be. All four have established themselves as members of the rotation in the wake of Ryan Kelly‘s injury and […]

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Amile Jefferson Takes the Top Spot, Rasheed Sulaimon Struggles

January 14, 2013 by


This past week was an interesting one for Duke basketball’s fans and players. On the one hand, the Blue Devils took care of business at Clemson, but on the other they lost a key road game to N.C. State. They also saw an encouraging game from Amile Jefferson, but only because Ryan Kelly is injured.

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon Joined on the Court By Fellow Freshmen

January 7, 2013 by


The Blue Devils used an 80-62 blowout win against AAC opponent, Wake Forest, Duke got to showcase the rest of the freshman class, besides Rasheed Sulaimon. Freshman forwards Amile Jefferson, Alex Murphy, and Marshall Plumlee all found time on the hardwood.

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon Making the Top Spot His Own

December 31, 2012 by


The Holiday break has taken its toll on the Duke Basketball Rookie Report once again as the Blue Devils played just one game in the last seven days. Mike Krzyzewski‘s guys pulled out a win over a scrappy Santa Clara team, but there was a significant lack of subbing that spoke to just how competitive […]

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon Gets an Early Christmas Present With the Top Spot

December 24, 2012 by


Christmas Eve is usually the day that every little kid is begging to open just one present (pleasseee?) before Santa comes in the middle of the night. This edition of the Duke Basketball Rookie Report may not be what your eight-year-old had in mind, but its the best we can offer.

Duke Basketball Rookie Report: Rasheed Sulaimon, Amile Jefferson, Alex Murphy, Marshall Plumlee Receive Quarter Grades

December 17, 2012 by


With no games during this last seven day period, this week’s edition of the Duke Basketball Rookie Report will have a bit of an academic twist. As an homage to finals week, we will be keeping with the theme by handing out quarter grades through 1/4 of the college basketball season.


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