@BlueDevil_NTWRK: We can’t wait for Countdown and basketball season to get here! Getting closer…🏀 @Duke_MBB #GoDuke (x)

@BlueDevil_NTWRK: We can’t wait for Countdown and basketball season to get here! Getting closer…🏀 @Duke_MBB #GoDuke (x)

marshallplumlee40: Selfie at the poster shoot w/ @qcook323 @sheed_1 @amilejefferson @bigjah15 @tyusjones06 (x)

marshallplumlee40Selfie at the poster shoot w/ @qcook323 @sheed_1 @amilejefferson @bigjah15 @tyusjones06 (x)

Duke Basketball’s team viewing of USA Basketball’s 2014 Gold Medal Game. Full gallery at DukeBluePlanet.

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kevinlove: #ItsOnUs to stop sexual assault. I just took the pledge to be a part of the solution, and you can too at ItsOnUs.org. (x)
(VIDEO: It’s On Us: Sexual Assault PSA)

moolisstagram:

kevinlove: #ItsOnUs to stop sexual assault. I just took the pledge to be a part of the solution, and you can too at ItsOnUs.org. (x)

(VIDEO: It’s On Us: Sexual Assault PSA)

ACC Basketball: Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski fires back at USA Basketball criticisms

And rightfully so.

Adrian Wojnarowski’s article was just wrong on so many levels. Coach K was mostly angry about the claim that the picture of him and Paul George in the hospital was staged for publicity: "To say that I orchestrated that and used Paul George to show that I was a good guy is really wrong. If you want to think that, then you are a bad person."

(Photo: Getty Images)

The thing that [Adrian] Wojnarowski wrote was completely off-base. The thing I hate about writers is they want to state their case and they use false information. He put in that Mike [Krzyzewski] went to the hospital [to visit Paul George] for publicity. Paul George’s parents took the picture. They put it out there. We had no cameraman. It was his parents. That was unbelievably low.

Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, defending Coach K against Adrian Wojnarowski’s claims that the picture of Coach K visiting Paul George in the hospital was taken by a USA Basketball official in order for Krzyzewski to get some good publicity

Some of this year’s NBA rookies (including Duke’s own Jabari Parker, of course) re-created a classic SLAM Magazine cover from 1997, which featured rookies such as Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, and Ray Allen. (x)