Posted On: December 29, 2010 By: Cliff Comments: (0)
Coach Krzyzewski moved into 2nd place on the all-time win column as Duke rolled to a 108-62 victory over North Carolina-Greensboro. Seniors Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler made sure that the Blue Devils would have no problem getting the win for Coach K as they tallied 26 and 27 points.
Some fans thought that Duke would come out flat after having the past eight games off from games but that was not the case. Smith and company came out of the opening tip-off and dominated the game from the very beginning.
It was the Smith and Singler show but Miles Plumlee had three thunderous dunks and Andrew Dawkins had a nice thrown down as well.
Hell of a game for the Blue Devils as they came out and dominated just like they should in a game like this. Up next will be a game with Miami on Jan 2nd.
Posted On: December 22, 2010 By: Cliff Comments: (2)
I’d like to welcome a new blogger and avid Duke fan to JustDuke.Com! JohnnyDukes32 is one of the biggest Duke fans that I have ever seen or talked too. Look for him to have articles up on the site here and there as he gives his input on how the Blue Devils are playing as well as other Duke basketball stories. Take a few minutes and check out these two youtube videos of John showing off his Duke pad. Talk about a die hard! Feel free to add him on Twitter as well @johnnydukes32
Welcome to JustDuke.Com JohnnyDukes32! Can’t wait to see your input and opinions as the guys hit conference play and push towards back-to-back championships!
Category: Duke Basketball
Posted On: December 1, 2010 By: Cliff Comments: (1)
Kyrie Irving stole the show Wednesday night and showed people why he could end up being the number one pick in the 2011 draft as the Freshman point guard led Duke to a 84-79 win over Michigan State. The two teams were playing in the ACC/Big10 Challenge which the Big10 won but it sure lost this biggest game of the challenge. Duke improved to 11-1 all-time in ACC/Big Ten Challenge games, including 3-0 against Michigan St.
Irving was the main man has he led the Blue Devil attack with 31 points. He became the fourth Duke freshman to score 30 points and the first since J.J. Redick in 2003. I love the fact that Irving isn’t scared to drive to the basket and get fouled. He knocked down 13 of 16 free throws in the game. Dude can shoot it from beyond the arc, down low and from the free throw line.
Irving wasn’t the only Duke player scoring in double figures as Nolan Smith chipped in with 17 and fellow Senior Kyle Singler added 15.
It was a fun night as I watched the game and tweeted throughout the entire game. We added some new followers and followed a few new Duke fans as well. It’s always great to communicate as the game goes along with other Duke fans. Make sure to add @justdukecom if you are on Twitter!