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Duke Blue Devils Basketball 2014-2015 News and Updates
3/12/15 - After beating North Carolina on Saturday, the Duke Blue Devils basketball team ended their regular season play ranked second in the ACC with a final record of 28-3. They will face North Carolina State for the 25th time in tournament play during the semifinals of the 2015 ACC Tournament on Thursday, March 12. Historically, Duke has an edge over North Carolina State, wining the series 15-9. Although Duke entered the ACC tournament as the number 2 seed, they have strong odds to beat Virginia and win the conference tournament. The Blue Devils are assured a position in the NCAA tournament, but by winning the conference, they will get one of the prime number 1 seeds for the NCAA tournament. Tickets for the ACC quarterfinals remain on sale, starting at $56.
3/5/15 - The Duke Blue Devils basketball team enter their final game of the regular season ranked 2nd in the ACC after beating the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 94-51 on March 4th, securing their 10th straight win. The victory secures their strong seed for the ACC tournament. Freshman Grayson Allen stood out on the offense, scoring 27 points for the Blue Devils, surpassing Duke's other gifted freshmen Tyus Jones, Justine Winslow, and Jahlil Okafor. The Blue Devils dominated from the start with a double-digit lead before Wake Forest had a chance to score. Duke is ranked 3rd in the country as the teams close the final week of regular season play. Duke's final regular season game will be an away game against the North Caroline Tar Hells on March 7, with tickets starting at $331.
2/26/15 - The Duke Devils are currently ranked 4th in the nation. They have worked hard for this ranking this season. Their last outing was against Virginia Tech, which was a fun, competitive game for all four quarters. Duke ended up winning with a final score of 91-86. It was a closely contested game, but Duke made critical shots within the last 4 minutes of the game. A huge performer on the night for Duke was Jahil Okafor. He went on to score 30 points with 9 rebounds. He simply couldn’t miss when his teammates fed him the ball. It’s performances like this that are going to help the Blue Devils go far in the Sweet 16 tournament. Next up for Duke is a great game against Syracuse. Tickets are available now for $339.
2/19/15 - Coming off an instant classic victory over their hated nemesis, the North Carolina Tar Heels, the Blue Devils are comfortably sitting in third place in an ultra-competitive ACC. The only drama remaining in the regular season for the Blue Devils is what seed they will end up with in the upcoming NCAA tournament. With a pristine 23-3 record, including a 10-3 record in conference, the Blue Devils are currently projected as a #1 seed. With only five games remaining, the #1 seed is Duke’s to lose. Come out to beautiful Cameron Indoor Stadium to support Duke Blue Devils Basketball as they close out their regular season with a winning flourish, starting with tomorrow’s contest against the visiting Clemson Tigers. Razorgator has tickets to the game starting at $147.
2/10/15 - The Duke Blue Devils have had a great season thus far. Currently, they are the 4th ranked team in the country, racking up 21 wins. A huge reason for their success this season is because of their collective efforts as a team. This last Monday, Duke took on Florida State. It was a competitive game, but Duke ended up winning 73-70. Tyus Jones played outstanding throughout the game, scoring 16 points and also had 12 assists. He passed the ball around nicely, helping his teammates score when the team needed it the most. Quinn Cook, Duke’s guard, also shot great. He ended the game with 26 points. Up next for the Blue Devils is Syracuse, which takes place this Saturday. Tickets can be bought now for $41.
2/2/15 - The Duke Blue Devils are rolling as of late. They have an 18-3 record, and are coming off a great game played against the number two ranked Virginia Cavaliers. The final score was 69-63, and a huge reason why they played so well was because of Justise Winslow. He ended up scoring 15 points, but he really shined in the rebound category. He grabbed 15 rebounds, which helped his team tremendously with second chance points. Duke is now ranked 4th in the nation, and they have their eyes set on the Final Four. Up next for them is a competitive game against Georgia Tech, which takes place this Wednesday. Tickets for the game are available now, which can be purchased for $104. It should be a great game filled with exciting moments.
1/26/15 - Sporting a record of 17-2, the Buke Blue Devils are hoping this is the year that they get another championship. This past Sunday, the Duke’s head coach Mike Kryzewski became the first Div. 1 men’s coach to reach 1,000 wins. It was a monumental moment for the fans and his teams, and they ended up beating St. John’s 77-68. Tyus Jones had an outstanding game on the night, who went on to score 22 points with 6 assists. Duke is the 5th ranked team in the nation, and are currently on three-game winning streak. Their next outing is against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, which has the makings to be a classic. The game takes place this Wednesday, and tickets for it can be purchased for $152.
1/20/15 - The Duke Blue Devils basketball team took a hard hit on Jan. 11th when they lost their first game this season. However, they were still in for one more disappointment. In their very next game, against the Miami Hurricanes, they were to suffer another loss. They held a tiny lead at the half, but they couldn't hold out and Florida scored 19 more points than them in the second half for a final score of 90-74. Heartbreakingly, this is the Blue Devils' first home loss in 41 games, the last being in 2012. Even worse, this is their first time losing two games in a row since 2009. Nevertheless, it seems they may have turned things around because they have won their most recent two games. They will play St. John's Red Storm next on Jan. 25th.
1/12/15 - The Duke Blue Devils were in for a shock when they played the North Carolina State Wolfpack on Jan. 11th. The Wolfpack is by no means a bad team, with 12-5, but the Blue Devils were never expecting to lose their undefeated status to them. This is actually the first time they have trailed at the half this season. Unfortunately, they got shut out as the game wound down. The Duke Blue Devils basketball team's star player, Jahlil Okafor still did alright with 23 points and 12 rebounds and Quinn Cook was not far behind with 18 more points. Matt Jones of Duke said this game "taught us that we can lose". Hopefully that lesson sticks with them as they take on the Miami Hurricanes (11-4) on the 13th.
1/7/15 - Another easy win for the Duke Blue Devils basketball team and they breeze past the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Jan. 7th. They scored more than their opponents in each half, first by five, then by three, to bring the final score to 73-65. While the Duke Blue Devils are still undefeated, their biggest competition, and top team in the league, is the, also undefeated, Kentucky Wildcats. Luckily, the Blue Devils may be in for a break as Kentucky has been winning by less and less over their last few games. Ultimately, it is simply a matter of which team will trip up first. To cheer them on and help them maintain their energy, you can attend their next home game against the Miami Hurricanes for $140.
12/30/14 - The Duke Blue Devils basketball team remains undefeated after a tight game against the Toledo Rockets (7-5). They only led by four at the half, but they scored 13 more points than the Rockets in the second half for a final score of 69-86. In addition to being their 11th win in a row this season, this is their 39th straight win among their home games. Quinn Cook led with 20 points and Tyus Jones followed with 15 points and eight assists. Despite being undefeated, they are still trailing the Kentucky Wildcats who have 13 wins. Kentucky has not been making many mistakes, so it is on the Blue Devils to keep up, starting with their upcoming game against the Wofford Terriers. Not many tickets remain, but a few are still available for $208.
12/24/14 - The number two team, Duke, took on the previous champion, UConn, on Thursday and it was a close one. The Duke Blue Devils basketball team had their work cut out for them and they almost lost it after being tied at 30. However, after a short timeout, they were able to get their heads in the game and a 15-2 run led them to a tight victory. Far from a run-away game, the final score rested at 56-66. Freshman point guard Tyus Jones led Duke with 21 points. Now at 10-2, the Blue Devils remain undefeated and just shy of the monster Kentucky Wildcats (12-0) who are in the top position. They will be taking on the Toledo Rockets (7-4) next. Tickets start at $128.
12/16/14 - The Blue Devils probably didn’t expect to be matching up with a 4-3 team when it came time to face off against the Connecticut Huskies. UConn’s struggles this season have surprised many, with their only victory in the last four games coming against the 1-9 Coppin State Eagles. Under the direction of Coach K, the Blue Devils don’t figure to approach the game lightly; two of UConn’s losses were by a single point, and of course, they are still the defending champs. Come out and support Duke Blue Devils basketball on Thursday night, when they face off with the Huskies at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, NJ. Razorgator has great prices on some of the best seats in the house, with tickets for the game starting at just $17!
12/8/14 - Duke moved up to second place in the national AP rankings by defeating the previous no. 2 Wisconsin Badgers on Wednesday. Coach Mike Krzyzewski continues to mold his team this season into one of the best in college basketball, led by freshman center Jahlil Okafor (17 points and 7.6 rebounds per game) and senior point guard Quinn Cook, whose assists are slightly down this season, though he is scoring almost four points per game over last year’s average. The Blue Devils have yet to suffer a defeat this season, and with four of their next five games at home, they have a great chance to take the next step up in the national rankings. Come out and support Duke Blue Devils basketball as they face off with Elon Phoenix on Monday, with seats still available through Razorgator starting at $100!
12/2/14 - After felling #2 Wisconsin on the road Wednesday night, the Blue Devils will look to continue their winning ways as they return home to host Elon. #4 Duke used a 45-point second half to put away the resilient Badgers, handing them their first loss of the season while moving their own record to a perfect 8-0. Freshman point guard Tyus Jones led the way for the lights-out Blue Devils, who had four scorers in double figures on their way to shooting a scorching 65 percent from the floor as a team. Jones had 22 points to go with six boards and four assists, including six points in the final 3:44 to help seal the win. Next up for Duke Blue Devils basketball fans, Elon Phoenix comes to town for a Monday night showdown at Cameron Stadium. Get seats starting at $84 with Razorgator, your source for college basketball tickets!
11/25/14 - Already having weathered the beginnings of a brutal non conference slate with wins over #19 Michigan State, Temple, and Stanford, Coach K and his #4 Blue Devils are poised to make yet another run at a national championship. Led by heady senior guard Quinn Cook and freshman phenom Jahlil Okafor, your 5-0 Blue Devils are a force to be reckoned with in the ACC. Coach K and the Blue Devils are hungry for another national championship and they need your support to achieve their goals. Come out to historic Cameron Indoor Stadium as the Blue Devils wrap up their non conference slate against such quality opponents as Army and #17 UConn. With seats for upcoming games starting at just $57, Razorgator is your go-to destination for Duke Blue Devils Basketball tickets.
11/20/14 - The #4 Duke Blue Devils began their 2014-2015 campaign at home in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Friday night with a blowout win over the Presbyterian Blue Hose, winning 113-44. The four highly touted members of the freshman class, Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow, Greyson Allen and Tyus Jones all scored in double figures in their Blue Devils debut. The next evening, the team defeated the Fairfield Stags 109-59, marking the first time since 2010 that the Blue Devils have scored 100 points or more in consecutive games. Duke’s schedule this season includes tilts against powerhouses Michigan State, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Louisville, Virginia, Syracuse and North Carolina, all of which will be excellent tests for the fab freshmen and the rest of the Duke team. Buy your tickets today and be a part of the tradition and excitement that is Blue Devils basketball!
11/11/14 - The Duke Blue Devils Basketball team is losing two of their best players this season: Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood are graduating to the NBA. New faces are coming in and the team is brand new. The most notable new player is Justise Winslow, who is best defined by his versatility, being able to play guard, wing, or second big. In terms of returning teammates, Quinn Cook and Rasheed Sulaimon are perhaps the Blue Devil’s strongest scorers and will be at the core of the team. However, Jahlil Okafor has the most eyes on him of all. Assistant coach Jeff Capel thinks “He has a chance to be dominant”. The Blue Devils will be playing their first opponents of the season on Friday against the Presbyterian Blue Hose.
2/7/14 – There is no question that the Blue Devils have a lot of talent and heart. Jabari Parker continues to show why he is an ACC Player of the Year candidate and Rasheed Sulaimon proved he is clutch with a last-second three to force overtime on the road against Syracuse. If Duke can play like they did at the Carrier Dome Saturday, the rest of the season, they’ll be in the hunt for an ACC title and tournament championship win. The most expensive game in Durham is the season finale against rival North Carolina, followed by a Syracuse Orange rematch in two weeks. An 8-0 run to finish the regular season is not out of the question for this Duke Blue Devils lineup that runs deep with not just Parker, Sulaimon, and superstar Rodney Hood; but also Andre Dawkins who is playing with more confidence, nailing six three-pointers against Pitt Jan 27, and rising star Amile Jefferson who is a beast down low and has shown he has the will to win.
1/3/14 - The Duke Blue Devils finished 2013 with an imposing 11-2 record after routing Elon 86-48 before the winter break. Duke's two losses to Kansas and Arizona are blemishes on an otherwise stunning season, as freshman superstar Jabari Parker has already stirred up talk for ACC Player of the Year, while Rodney Hood has averaged 17.6 points a game. Duke comprises a score-happy offense that covers up for their shortage of perimeter defense and dismal rebounding points, and were selected by the media during preseason to take the conference title. The Blue Devils will begin challenging ACC opponents starting January 4 against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Duke Blue Devils tickets to see the tipoff in Durham against their biggest obstacles, the Syracuse Orange, on February 22 start at an incredible $792, compared to their road trip to the Carrier Dome on February 1, which offers a $65 get-in price. Likewise Duke basketball tickets for the biggest rivalry in College Basketball against UNC are averaging $1,036; Blue Devils supporters can travel 10 miles to Chapel Hill to see the same two teams battle for an average price of $236.
The Blue Devils are continually favored to lead the ACC, after all, Duke boasts the fourth highest number of all-time wins in college basketball, and are ACC Champions a record 19 times. Head coach Mike Krzyzewski cultivated the most accurate offensive squad in the last decade, finishing 1st for in-conference offense, with 1.14 points per possession, and two players averaging more than 17 points a game. Follow Coach K and the “Crazies” through March when they fire up the ACC Tournament on their journey to a national title!
The Blue Devils will jumpstart their season on Nov 8, against Davidson at Durham. They will participate in Preseason NIT, hosting UNC Asheville on Nov 18 and East Carolina or Norfolk the following day. In late November (preseason NIT) they may square off against the Arizona Wildcats, for what is sure to be a firework match between the two. Their non-conference schedule is highlighted with a game against UCLA at Madison Square Garden (12/19), which is one of the top non-league games in the Country based on average ticket price ($689). Duke’s ACC conference games begin on the road Saturday, Jan 4 against Notre Dame, and they will host Georgia Tech on Jan 7 starting ACC play at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Big numbers are anticipated from freshman Jabari Parker (starting forward), named the ACC Preseason Rookie of the Year, averaging 18 points per game in high school. The Blue Devils acquired a (possible) new captain in Mississippi State transfer, Rodney Hood. Another experienced player is Quinn Cook; primed to be a crowning point guard in his junior year, averaging nearly 4 assists a game last season. Above all, Duke is most excited about the return of Andrew Dawkins, leading returning scorer and fan favorite, who took last year off to nurse family tragedy.