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Duke WBB picks up the pace for 2019-2020

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com DURHAM, N.C. – It was only the first game of the season, but a 93-57 win over High Point on Tuesday showed those watching in Cameron Indoor Stadium that the Duke Blue […]

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Tough night from the perimeter sinks Tar Heels

R.L. Bynum, Correspondent @RL_Bynum CHARLOTTE, N.C. — North Carolina has shown the ability to overcome a bad perimeter-shooting game to win many times this season. The No. 2-seed and No. 3-ranked Tar Heels did it […]

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2019 ACC MBB: Zion Williamson flies high as Duke soars past Syracuse

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Zion Williamson had a night. Alright, that’s a little understated considering how the freshman forward helped push Duke past Syracuse in an 84-72 quarterfinal victory on Thursday night. Playing […]

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2019 ACC WBB: Duke exits postseason tourney, falls to FSU

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com GREENSBORO, N.C. – Duke’s season ended in second-round play at the 2019 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament on Thursday. The No. 11 seeded Blue Devils left points on the floor in an eventual […]

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Duke’s Zion Williamson suffered Grade 1 knee sprain against UNC

editor@trianglesportsnet.com @TSportsnet DURHAM, N.C. – Duke freshman Zion Williamson was diagnosed with a Grade 1 right knee sprain as announced by Duke Athletics on Thursday. His status was listed as day-to-day. Williamson suffered the injury […]

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A look back: UNC shows it’s more than just a perimeter team

R.L. Bynum, Correspondent @RL_Bynum DURHAM, N.C. — So much for the theory that North Carolina is just a jump-shooting team that can’t win without 3-pointers. In the No. 8 Tar Heels’ worst 3-point shooting game […]

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On an atypical UNC team, Brooks making his mark on defense

R.L. Bynum, Correspondent @RL_Bynum WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Garrison Brooks isn’t the prototypical North Carolina center or a dominant force inside. But this isn’t your prototypical Tar Heels team. Coach Roy Williams prefers two traditional post […]