Duke Basketball Seeks Fortune in Upcoming NCAAB Season

One of the most prestigious basket programs in NCAAB wants to recover that leading role and look for that sixth title and its first title since 2015. Most analyses confirm not also that this program has its recruiting class coming in, but also has third and second-year players coming strong, and also losing in the second round to Tennessee, with the first year of a new head coach after Coach K left, there was some disappointment from its fans, but no you have a more mature and veteran squad and second year of coach Jon Scheyer, things can turn around. The NCAAB lines will look at this team as a contender and will be fighting for the championship.


Who is  Coach Jon Scheyer?

This very young coach only 35 years old, has been named since last season as the 20th Head Coach for a Division 1 men’s basketball and the youngest at a power conference institution. He replaced veteran coach Mike Krzyzewski, who served as head coach for 42 seasons (who has a net worth of $45 million and an annual salary of $9,7 million). Jon had a very good first season, with a record of 27-9, grabbing the ACC Tournament and was the first one in the history of the Conference to not lose one single game at home in his debut season.

Coach Scheyer also is part of the recruiting team, to bring the best to the school, a total of 26 Duke players have been drafted, including 20 first-rounders. So they will try to keep on looking and scouting all over the country to find de best players.


Duke Blue DevilsLet’s see the team 

Jeremy Roach

Senior player, the last one from the Krzyewski era to be on the team, averaged 13,6 ppg and 3,1 apg the previous season. The team will rely on his leadership to help the rest of the core to push the team. Had great numbers in the ACC Tournament title making 23 points for the Blue Devils. The team needs him the guide the freshmen to catch the title this following season and improved NCAAB Odds.

Tyrese Procter

This Australian native had a good year and was almost drafted but in the end, decided to be back for his sophomore year. Played almost all the games, just missed two of them. Some say he could be in the top three picks for the next NBA draft. His numbers were not bad for a freshman, 9 ppg, 3, apg, 3 RPG, and shooting for 38% FG% and 32% from 3 points.

Kyle Filipowski

Their tall player is 7,0, a player great last season, as a power forward, but now that the previous center got drafted and is heading to the NBA, Kyle will play more center position. Was named Rookie of the Year as a freshman, and was also the leading scorer for the team. Some say he was ready for the NBA, but he decided lets doing another round with Duke and put some refining touches on his unique skills. Some compare him to Nikola Jokic, he has excellent shoot, has great availability to make good passes, dribbling availability, and a high IQ.



Jared McCain, Sean Stewart, and Caleb Foster are three new players who will start having their chances to get playing time for the NCAAB Blue Devils.

McCain is a very good shooter and led Corona High School to multiple title state tournaments, they won two of them. He Won Gatorade Player of the state of California, and his offensive and defense ability makes him a great player.

Sean Stewart, will be one of the best power forwards in the league, he understands the game, is good at pick and roll, he is good at attacking and defending the boards.

Caleb Foster, a top point guard lead his High School, Notre Dame to a state title in a very competitive state like California. Some see him in the lottery.

The ODDs for this team are to be in the top three schools to run for the title, their history, excellent program, and well coach.