Category: NCAAB

One and Done: Hurt or Help?

The landscape of college basketball changes drastically after the season ends in April. Seniors graduate, coaches leave, and players declare for the NBA draft. However, in a recent trend started within the last 15 years, freshman have left after their inaugural collegiate season at a very high frequency. With this said, why is there a

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Duke: A Season in Review

Durham, North Carolina was probably a very sad place following the Duke loss to South Carolina in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32 game. However, with such a lackluster finish to a season by Duke standards, there is still a lot that Duke fans took away from that loss. Yes, Duke lost as a higher

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The Small Guys of March Madness

With the 2017 NCAA tournament starting shortly, most people have their usual teams picked to win it all. You know what I mean by the usual teams: Kentucky, Duke, Michigan State (sort of, well kind of), North Carolina, Kansas, etc. those perennial powerhouse teams that seem to be in the “National Champion” talks every year.

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“I Hate Grayson Allen”

Let’s talk about something that might make some of us sports fans either entertained, scratching our heads, or just all around pissed. Yep, Grayson Allen. The Duke Guard who graduated from Providence High School in Jacksonville, FL. Also, the Grayson Allen that has tripped multiple players (and possibly pushed a coach). The first instance came

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