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THE HISTORY: ALLTIME GREATEST BLUE DEVILS
Sarah Kwak
April 14, 2010
AMONG THE CREAM OF A STORIED PROGRAM, THESE PLAYERS ROSE TO THE TOP
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April 14, 2010

The History: Alltime Greatest Blue Devils

AMONG THE CREAM OF A STORIED PROGRAM, THESE PLAYERS ROSE TO THE TOP

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JASON WILLIAMS

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CAREER: 2000-02

STATISTICS (108 games): 19.3 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 6.0 apg, 45.3 FG%

Whether driving the lane or pulling up and sinking a clutch three, Williams was one of the most electrifying players Duke has ever seen. The 2002 player of the year and two-time All-America guard also had a penchant for carrying the team by himself, as when he scored 19 straight Blue Devil points during the 2001 Sweet 16 game against UCLA. His scoring touch helped the school to its third national championship.

ART HEYMAN

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CAREER: 1961-63

STATISTICS (79 games): 25.1 ppg, 10.9 rpg, 45.1 FG%

The 6' 5" forward out of Rockville Centre, N.Y., is still the only Duke player to average more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game over his career. As a senior in 1963, the consensus national player of the year led the Blue Devils to the first of their now 15 Final Fours; 27 years later Duke added his number, 25, to the rafters of Cameron Indoor Stadium.

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