2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
23-4, 2nd in ACC
Stanley heats up from beyond the arc in Duke's win (0:57)

Stanley shoots Duke past Hokies

Cassius Stanley scored 21 points and made a season-high five 3-pointers to help No. 6 Duke beat Virginia Tech 88-64 on Saturday night.

Alex O'Connell made Dunk. (0:16)
O'Connell soars for the poster slam (0:20)
Duke's Goldwire sinks off-balance and-1 (0:29)
Stanley buries a corner 3-pointer (0:20)
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Coach K: Duke 'not competitive' in NC State rout

Mike Krzyzewski had a fairly mundane explanation for the 22-point bludgeoning of sixth-ranked Duke at the hands of bubble-bound NC State: "It happens," he said.

Coach K uses interesting Xbox analogy for Duke's loss (0:45)
Duke's Stanley swerves through traffic on Eurostep finish (0:28)

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich talk to Penn State head coach Pat Chambers

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with Penn State head coach Pat Chambers talking about the Big Ten title race, the key to sustaining success at Penn State and how he deals with the stress of the job. Later, the guys get into how Duke and Kentucky are improving, Louisville's lull, Seton Hall's locker room issues, LSU looking like it's about to implode, and why Indiana and Purdue are both in bad shape (21:12).

UNC on the losing end of 5 close games this season (1:11)
Carey, Jones lift Duke to blowout win against Notre Dame (2:12)
Duke bench goes wild for big sequence by David Robinson's son (0:24)
O'Connell's 3 gets a smile out of Zion (0:17)
Zion taking in Duke's game against Notre Dame (0:17)
Carey spins by a defender for the jam (0:20)
Dicky V. not happy with Pflueger on Goldwire's layup (0:41)
Does college basketball have a problem generating interest? (1:54)

Courtside: Duke-UNC's wild finish, Seton Hall's grip on the Big East, Bob Knight's return

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing the wild Duke-UNC finish and the Blue Devils validating that win with a victory over Florida State. Then the guys get into whether Gonzaga is the most talented team in the country (13:37), the fighting Bruce Pearls of Auburn, Michigan State dropping out of the top 25, Maryland having a shot at being great (25:36), Seton Hall taking control of the Big East and if they should have any concerns with Baylor. Later, Seth and Dan talk about Bob Knight's return to Indiana (36:23).

Team Stats

Points Per Game82.45th
Rebounds Per Game40.037th
Assists Per Game15.932nd
Points Allowed66.7100th

Tournament History

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