Duke is out here doing Duke things.
Duke's controversial star is the guy we love to hate, and this year's NCAA Tournament will be our last, best chance to do it.
Kennard has emerged as the most consistent player on a talented Blue Devils team that struggled at times this season.
Wolfpack freshman Dennis Smith, Jr. capped it off with a thunderous dunk (that did not count).
While trying to save a loose ball, Grayson Allen ran in hard to a Florida State assistant coach and it looked like he gave him a nice shove.
Grayson Allen tripped another player and is now suspended indefinitely.
Duke University's Grayson Allen is the latest in a long line of hated Blue Devils, but it doesn't upset him. Actually, he finds it quite funny.
Brooks says he told him "you're too good of a player to be showing off at the end."
And he might be the only one.
For college basketball fans, the NCAA tournament is a celebration of the game. For NBA fans, it's a low-efficiency scouting exercise. This preview is for them.
Grayson Allen was reprimanded. OK, sure.
Xavier's so-so schedule strength, Grayson Allen's predilection for tripping and Sean Miller's court storming warning highlight our weekly college hoops roundup.