Coack K and Duke could be in for a monster 2018 recruiting class since they're in on Marvin Bagley III, Romeo Langford and other top ESPN 60 players.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 80-56
- 11/17W 75-71
- 11/20W 65-58
- 11/24W 77-66
- 11/25W 86-63
- 11/28W 80-63
- 12/19L 89-81
- 12/4W 96-55
- 12/8W 76-66
- 12/12W 77-56
- 12/19W 82-61
- 12/27W 87-67
- 12/30W 70-64
- 1/2W 72-59
- 1/6W 88-63
- 1/9W 63-60
- 1/12L 70-67
- 1/16W 100-65
- 1/19W 62-56
- 1/2311L 74-65
- 1/283W 74-68
- 1/31W 66-61
- 2/3W 70-65
- 2/618W 72-61
- 2/9BSUW 93-62
- 2/13L 70-57
- 2/18L 68-63
- 2/21W 86-82
- 2/2720L 83-79
- 3/3W 81-55
- 3/612L 80-62
- 3/11W 97-86
- 3/122L 64-61
- 3/1812W 79-74
- 3/2013W 73-60
- 3/241L 79-63
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Lakers' diamond in the rough?
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