Duke legend Christian Laettner joins SI Now to give his take on if basketball players should be able to join the NBA right out of high school. "I want to see kids go to college more. But it's hard to tell them not to go get that money and not to go pursue their dream," Laettner says.
Should Zion Williamson's recent absence hurt his award candidacy? SI College Basketball Insider Jon Rothstein says that despite Williamson's knee injury, the Duke star is an obvious choice for National Player of the Year.
Zion Williamson has said he's tired of getting recognition solely for his above-the-rim exploits. Should the Duke freshman be upset over how his game is perceived?
There's no denying that Zion Williamson has been the star of the 2018-19 college basketball season, but does that automatically mean he's the favorite to win the Naismith Trophy? SI's Dan Greene breaks it down.
After Duke star Zion Williamson injured his knee against UNC, SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell debate if he should play another game for the Blue Devils and potentially risk hurting himself, and his draft stock, worse.
In five games without Zion Williamson, Duke lost twice and looked like a much different team. But former Blue Devil guard and NBA champion Dahntay Jones believes that the team will actually perform better in the NCAA Tournament because of the adversity it faced this year.