Probabilities of each Duke basketball player leaving after season

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Probabilities of Duke basketball players leaving: The one percent club

  • F – Keenan Worthington (Jr.)
  • G – Michael Savarino (Jr.)
  • G – Spencer Hubbard (So.)
  • G – Jaylen Blakes (Fr.)
  • C – Stanley Borden (Fr.)

Jaylen Blakes has played very sparingly as a freshman. However, the four-star recruit will likely have a more significant role next season with the expected departures in the Duke basketball backcourt. He should be able to give Jeremy Roach valuable rest time.

This season, Keenan Worthington was granted a scholarship but only racked up 24 minutes of total action with such a loaded frontcourt. Depending on how the lineups pan out next season, there is maybe a chance of him stealing a few more minutes next season as a senior.

Michael Savarino and Spencer Hubbard will almost certainly return next season to witness another talented team do its thing. For my money, nothing this season got the Cameron Crazies more hype than when Coach K’s grandson, Savarino, took 3-point shot attempts during mop-up minutes.

Stanley Borden is an unknown, but you can’t teach height. With Dereck Lively and Christian Reeves coming in next season, Duke will have three 7-footers on its roster for the first time.

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