A Fan's Guide to Duke Basketball 2012-13 provides unique and comprehensive coverage of Duke's upcoming season from Barry Jacobs and a stellar cast of contributors. Barry gives the reader a quick guide to how the ACC shapes up this season: "The problem is, despite the urge to be specific, we see the race for the top in ACC men’s basketball as wide open in 2012-13. Such uncertainty is itself a sign of change, a departure from recent custom in a league that produced four of the last five preseason No. 1 picks in the Associated Press poll.” –Barry Jacobs We will give you analysis and projections for Duke Basketball: “Fueling skepticism, Duke must replace supportive post presence and surprise NBA first-rounder Miles Plumlee; 3-point specialist Andre Dawkins; and Austin Rivers, the star of last year’s team and its leading scorer (15.5-point average). Rivers, the 2012 ACC Rookie of the Year, was skilled, creative, assertive, and strikingly confident. He also showed a freshman’s typical flaws including mediocre defense and ball distribution. Because he needed the ball in his hands, and often probed relentlessly to find a shot, Rivers’ game tended to cause the rest of the offense to stagnate. Observers shouldn’t allow the personnel losses or postseason stumble to obscure their view of what remains a formidable squad.” –Barry Jacobs Inside you'll find an interview with Coach K fresh off his latest Olympic triumph, an analysis of the upcoming Blue Devil season, a look at the ACC and the national Top 25, and an in-depth review of Duke's first trip to the Final Four, among other things. There are also tons of stats, charts and photos. It's a resource no Duke fan should be without!
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