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  • Duke's impressive roster of more than 30 NBA wage-earners, which has made almost $809 million so far, begins with small forward Grant Hill of the Phoenix Suns (over $134 million) and power forward Elton Brand of the Philadelphia 76ers ($126 million to date).

    Basketball's Alumni Loot Index

  • Jay Bilas, a former Duke standout, said he attributed Duke's success to obvious reasons: The school gets more five-star recruits because of its reputation.

    Basketball's Alumni Loot Index

  • The vague cost-control hope is that ACOs will run pilot programs like Duke's and the successful ones will become best practices.

    The Accountable Care Fiasco

  • The committee was chaired by Duke's Shane Battier, a well-respected All-American and Academic All-American.

    Big-Time College Athletes Ask, 'Who's the Amateur?'

  • Mr. Duke's base salary rose 2.4% to $1.2 million, according to a document filed Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, while his stock awards were valued at $12.7 million, slightly below where his fiscal 2010 award was valued at the grant date.

    Wal-Mart CEO's Total Compensation Sinks 2.7%

  • People are going to try to take him out of his game, like they try to take [Duke's] Nolan Smith out of his game, like they try to take [Boston College's] Reggie Johnson out of his game.

    Delaney, Green hope for bounce back performances vs. Miami

  • A two-year study on American Muslims titled "Anti-Terror Lessons of Muslim-Americans" by Professors David Schanzer and Charles Kurzman, with Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy and the University of North Carolina respectively, found that current mosques are in fact a deterrent to the spread of radical Islam and terrorism.

    Engy Abdelkader: 5 Myths About American Muslims 10 Years After 9/11

  • A two-year study on American Muslims titled "Anti-Terror Lessons of Muslim-Americans" by Professors David Schanzer and Charles Kurzman, with Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy and the University of North Carolina respectively, found that current mosques are in fact a deterrent to the spread of radical Islam and terrorism.

    Engy Abdelkader: 5 Myths About American Muslims 10 Years After 9/11

  • One of the Duke's conditions was approval by a "citizen advisory" committee out in Lents, which was scheduled to vote up or down on the Lents part of the plan on Thursday night.

    What fools these mortals be (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • On going into battle, the Duke's troops roused themselves with the cry, "Maurice!"

    The Sword's Timeless Appeal

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