Say what you will about Grayson Allen, but the dude can ball. On Saturday against Virginia, Allen nailed this epic buzzer-beater to devastate the No. 7 Cavaliers. Perhaps he traveled, but he got it done for Duke nonetheless.
Duke's Grayson Allen earned a flagrant foul on Monday evening against Louisville in what was an absolutely outrageous act. After missing a layup in the second half and falling to the floor, Allen intentionally tripped Louisville's Raymond Spalding, who grabbed the rebound and began to head down court. Plays like this are the reason why Allen is so incredibly disliked around the country.
The Duke Blue Devils continue to put themselves in position to miss the NCAA Tournament.
Scott Bracey is a four-star recruit who could be the receiving threat the Duke Blue Devils' offense desperately needs.
The Miami Heat are a contender in the Eastern Conference, but they must play Justise Winslow more often to have a better chance in the playoffs.
Duke adds four of the top 40 players in the country and boasts the nation's second ranked recruiting class. Fans are rightfully excited for what's to come.
As expected, the Blue Devils are finding their way in a season that's had its share of surprises. There still part of that cream rising to the top of the ACC, but there are a few minor bugs to fix.
The Duke Blue Devils have yet to be challenged in conference play, but they play the hottest team in the ACC, the Clemson Tigers, on Wednesday night.
Saturday's Pinstripe Bowl was one of the best so far this season. While it was exciting, it showed the deficiency in the review system.
There a lot of quality college basketball programs out there, but these five have a chance to go on a run of extended dominance.