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Duke’s Track Team Would Make A ‘Trackstreet Boys’ Music Video. We Hate To Admit This, But It’s Not Bad.
Ok, we grinned. There may have even been a few chuckles of praise. But Duke still sucks, a lot. And this will provide us with many jokes.
What Happened Last Night: Miami Extends Their Streak, Lakers Add Big Win Without Ailing Kobe, And Maryland Upsets Duke
What Happened Last Night: Duke Crushes North Carolina, Baylor Upsets Kansas, And Bernard Hopkins Is The Champ
March Madness is nearly upon us, so you know there was some good college basketball action last night to help get us ready for the rest of the month. Oh, and history was also made by Bernard Hopkins. No biggie.
Virginia beat Duke in basketball last night, and since Duke was ranked No. 3 in the useless AP rankings, it was labeled an upset. So Virginia fans rushed the court in jubilation, even though they were favorites. It’s understandable, though, because the Hoos don’t beat the Blue Devils often. But Coach K — über-competitive drone that he is — reacted in typical angry, grumpy Coach K fashion. He was mad, bros.
Missed what happened in sports last night? Eh, don’t worry about it. You only missed a huge college basketball upset and one of the ugliest NBA games of the season. Of course Joakim Noah and Kevin Garnett were involved.
Did you hear about that kid in a wheelchair who stormed the court after N.C. State upset Duke over the weekend? He’s fine, don’t worry – which means you can enjoy the first person video he shot of himself flying into the crowd before his wheelchair toppled over.
Duke entered today’s college basketball action undefeated and ranked number 1 overall. Thanks to North Carolina State, that is no longer true. Such a special occasion calls for a special celebration. Luckily, NC State came prepared.
6-8 Jabari Parker, the No. 2 ranked high school basketball player in ESPN’s top 100, committed to on his ESPNU decision special just a moment ago. His choices came down to Michigan State, Duke, Stanford, BYU and Florida. He is one of the most hyped high school basketball players since LeBron James. He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated recently. He attends Simeon Career Academy in Chicago, Illinois.