Antonio & the Croatian National Team

Brian HoraceGeneral Information, Results/Thoughts0 Comments

The summer is a time for preparation and getting better and for Duke’s Antonio Vrankovic his road leading into this upcoming season differs from that of his Blue Devil teammates. Here is an article in Croatian, and well I don’t speak it but here is a link to a google translation…it’s not exact but you can get the gist.    

Early Season Takeaways

Daniel LandaGeneral Information, Results/Thoughts0 Comments

The long awaited Duke Basketball season is well underway, and there is a lot to talk about. The Blue Devils are off to a good start at 8-1 and here are my 5 takeaways thus far!   1) Grayson Allen One Hit Wonder? LOL. I don’t think much needs to be said on this takeaway. For those who think Allen still hasn’t … Read More

CTC: Thoughts From the Bleachers

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Walking into to Cameron Indoor Stadium, I had extremely high expectations for the event, and walking out of Cameron, the expectations were shattered… in a great way. Countdown to Craziness is truly a special and worthwhile experience. Although it is much different from a game, the energy level is off the charts, and the experience really represents what Duke Basketball is … Read More

13 Assassins of Duke Basketball

Brian HoraceGeneral Information, Results/Thoughts2 Comments

A group of assassins come together from all over the country for a mission to kill it on the court and gain the coveted 6th banner for the House of Cameron!   Click for full size. Director: Dukeblogger Writers: Dukeblogger Stars: Chase Jeter, Grayson Allen, Luke Kennard, Derryck Thornton, Matt Jones, Brandon Ingram, Amile Jefferson, Antonio Vrankovic, Sean Obi, Marshall Plumlee, … Read More

What I Think Needs to Happen for Success

Brian HoraceGeneral Information2 Comments

To start the discussion of the 2015 Duke Blue Devils squad we have to begin with where we left off – The 2015 National Championship. The last time on the court Duke was different, Duke was great. A 68 to 63 win against a strong Wisconsin squad saw a team of many young pieces melded together with some staunch veteran … Read More