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2010-02-19 16:10:00

NEW YORK, Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- To "tip-off" a new year, Jay Williams, current ESPN College Basketball Analyst and Duke Basketball Legend is holding a press conference announcing the re-launch of Rising Stars Youth Foundation -- an organization that helped develop several NCAA and NBA stars.

2009-01-23 12:45:09

Bill Werber, the oldest living former major league baseball player, has died of natural causes at the age of 100, the Charlotte Observer reported Friday. Werber played third base alongside Babe Ruth during part of his 11-year baseball career, and won a World Series in 1940 with the Cincinnati Reds. The report said Werber had lived in North Carolina's Queen City since 1998 at a retirement community to be near daughter, Pat Bryant, who closely supervised his day-to-day care. In 1930, Werber, a...

2009-01-17 15:33:48

Gerald Henderson's 23 points pushed No. 2 Duke to its eighth straight win Saturday, a 76-67 decision over No.

2009-01-14 20:40:55

Gerald Henderson and Kyle Singler helped second-ranked Duke pull away in the second half Wednesday en route to a 70-56 triumph over Georgia Tech. The Blue Devils (15-1, 3-0 ACC) have captured seven in a row since falling at Michigan on Dec.

2008-12-17 22:12:16

Kyle Singler scored 14 points Wednesday and No. 6 Duke, playing for the first time in 11 days, brushed aside North Carolina-Asheville 99-56. Singler also pulled down eight rebounds.

2008-11-20 20:51:27

Gerald Henderson scored 20 points Thursday and fifth-ranked Duke blew the game open down the stretch to defeat Southern Illinois 83-58. The Blue Devils moved into the championship game of the 2K Sports Classic while running their record to 4-0. Southern Illinois, which had gone to the NCAA Tournament

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