Josh Level Classic

Josh Level Classic brings North Carolina basketball community together

Josh Level collapsed during a basketball game in Winston-Salem, NC over five years ago and died of a viral infection called myocarditis. The loss of Level hit the basketball community hard, especially in his hometown of, Greensboro, NC. One year after his unfortunate passing, his best friend Kanayo Obi-Rapu organized the first Josh Level Classic

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Bryan Antoine

2019 G Bryan Antoine cites Duke, Villanova as most aggressive suitors

Class of 2019 wings Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine are two of the most sought-after prospects in their class. The pair is an ultra-dynamic tandem for the Ranney School in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and if some college programs have their way, they might even continue playing together at the next level. Antoine and Lewis

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Villanova

Scoop B: Will Villanova repeat as NCAA’s College Basketball National Champions, next season?

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson discusses Philadelphia Sports & more on the 900 AM WURD’s Chris Murray Show. Press Play Below To Listen! The 2018-19 college basketball season, which starts with the 2K Sports Classic on November 6, could be one of the most wide-open ever. For the first time in a long time, the

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Duke

Duke Could Land Best Wing Combo in the Nation

Class of 2018 6-foot-7 200lb versatile forward RJ Barrett, ranked #1 per 247Sports, is on his official visit to Duke this weekend (September 15th-17th). It is always a daunting task for any coach to land the #1 prospect in the country as competition is fierce. Duke fans are salivating at the possibility that Coach K

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Marvin Bagley III

Why Duke is the Best Fit for Marvin Bagley III

It seems like everyone in the basketball world is waiting for the 11 PM Sportscenter announcement tonight to see where Marvin Bagley III will commit to and if he reclassifies. Bagley III is a generational type of player standing at 6’10”-6’11” 220lbs and can even be classified as a wing with his skill set. I

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Luke Kennard

Luke Kennard Scouting Report

Date of Birth: June 24, 1996 Position: Shooting Guard College: Duke University Measurements: 6’6, 202 lbs Strengths: Luke Kennard was one of the best college players this past season. Kennard shot just about 49% from the field, 44% from deep, and 86% from the line. Those are just phenomenal numbers for a sophomore. Kennard played like he was a

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George Karl

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Anger Management with Grayson and George

Movie idea: In a sequel to Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson’s movie, Anger Management, George Karl and Grayson Allen have to coach each other on how to behave and not grow to be resentful, old men. This is exactly what I have to talk about this week. I’m not giving my thoughts on the actual

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What If Wednesday: Gordon Hayward’s Half-Court Shot

For Basketball Society’s #WhatIfWednesday, we are taking it back to the 2010 Nation Championship between the Butler Bulldogs vs. the Duke Blue Devils. What if Gordon Hayward hit that half-court shot? Would more players have been drafted? Let’s take a dive into one of the better championship games we have ever seen. The Duke Blue

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VIDEO: Dennis Smith’s nasty poster dunk at Nike EYBL Houston

Dennis Smith Jr. threw down a NASTY poster jam during Nike EYBL in Houston.  Trinity Christian School’s Dennis Smith is a baller. Smith is considered by some to be the number one junior point guard in the nation, and he’s received a slew of scholarship offers from the likes of Arizona, Duke, Florida, Kansas and

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Wisconsin Duke

Preview: Duke vs. Wisconsin

The 2015 Men’s NCAA Tournament comes down to two no. 1 seeds, the Duke Blue Devils (34-4) and the Wisconsin Badgers (36-3) matching up for the National Championship. Society founders Martin Soaries and Cyril Armel offer a preview and predictions for tonight’s match up. Road to get here: For Duke – vs. (16) Robert Morris,

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