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2018 Schedule
23-5, 2nd in ACC
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Duke's Bagley (knee) to return vs. Syracuse

Marvin Bagley III, the leading scorer for Duke this season at 21.2 points per game, is available to play vs. Syracuse after missing the past four games with a knee injury.

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The Yahoo Report Shakes Up CBB

Tony Reali and the national panel react to the players and schools in the FBI probe being identified, Nagasu considering her performance an audition for Dancing With The Stars, buy or sell if Michael Porter Jr. will play and more.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Duke AD Kevin White on Wendell Carter allegations that he received a meal from Christian Dawkins/Andy Miller: "based on the available information, determined there are no eligibility issues related to today's report. Duke has already contacted the NCAA and will continue to work collaboratively with the NCAA and the Atlantic Coast Conference."

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Report: NCAA teams, players ID'd in FBI probe

Players at basketball powers such as Duke, UNC, Kentucky, Michigan State and Kansas may have committed NCAA violations that were uncovered by an FBI investigation, according to Yahoo! Sports.

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Duke's Bolden has surgery on nasal bone

Despite having surgery to repair a broken nasal bone, Duke center Marques Bolden is not expected to miss any time for the Blue Devils.

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Allen leads Duke to victory over Louisville (0:46)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Krzyzewski offers little more insight into a Marvin Bagley return. "It's a day to day thing. Marvin has a problem or else he would play. He's getting better. The thing is, it's not a structural problem. But if we weren't concerned about him having more injury, he'd play. He's not ready. He's getting closer. I don't know when it'll happen. I'm not going to push him."

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Carter makes his presence felt with another Duke slam (0:30)
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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Marvin Bagley will miss his fourth straight game. He's warming up in a hoodie. Jogging and moving without any obvious pain.

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Louisville looks to shock Duke (0:58)
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4dMyron Medcalf

The 12 teams that can win it all this year

In a wide-open college basketball season, few teams have stood out. Can just about any team win it all? Not quite. It's time to go through the list of legitimate candidates.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Spoke with E.J Montgomery who currently sits at no.16 in the ESPN 100. He has visited Duke and North Carolina unofficially and plans to go back to both for official visits. Kentucky is up next for an official visit on February 24th. He and is family are deciding on a fourth visit between Georgetown and Wake Forest. At 6'10" Montgomery possesses a 7'2" wing span with a soft mid-range touch. He is playing with more assertiveness and that has translated to his rebounding numbers. The bottom line is he has made steady progress over his career with plenty of growth left in his game.

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Virginia strengthens hold atop AP Top 25 poll

Virginia strengthened its hold on No. 1 in the AP Top 25, while Duke jumped back into the top five after a pair of impressive wins. Middle Tennessee checked in at 24th, marking its first AP Top 25 appearance in program history.

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5dJeff Borzello

College hoops Power Rankings: Will SEC's depth hurt teams in March?

Eleven SEC teams are within striking distance of the tournament, so what's the problem? They're building their résumés and metrics by beating each other, so the committee might value the league differently when selecting the field.

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Duke holds off Clemson (0:56)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Clemson was down 57-47 against Duke and made a terrific run to tie up the game with 2 minutes left. But the Tigers went scoreless down the stretch. Gary Trent Jr with clutch free throws and Wendell Carter Jr was a monster in the paint and on the glass. Grayson Allen set the tone in the first half with 17 points. Big road win in conference against a ranked opponent. Duke improving and peaking.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Neither possession was pretty, but Gary Trent Jr. gets fouled on a 3 with four on the shot clock, then Wendell Carter scores and gets fouled with two on the shot clock. Duke will take it. Duke escapes at Clemson and has now won three in a row with Marvin Bagley III sidelined.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Wendell Carter Jr. the most secure hands in college basketball. Duke

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7dJeff Borzello

Duke's Bagley to miss 3rd straight game Sun.

Duke freshman Marvin Bagley III will miss his third straight game Sunday against No. 11 Clemson as he continues to recover from a "mild" right knee sprain suffered in the first half against North Carolina last week.

Team Stats

Points Per Game87.23rd
Rebounds Per Game42.22nd
Assists Per Game17.88th
Points Allowed70.8133rd

Tournament History

Final Fours16
Tournament Record108-36
Championship Seasons1991, 1992, 2001, 2010, 2015
Tournament Appearances41