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Seth Curry started last year at the point, which was a disaster for him and the Blue Devils' entire offense. This year he's moving permanently back to the wing, which should be good for his scoring, as he won't need to worry about handling the ball and distributing as much.
But there's still some doubt about Curry because he hasn't proven that he can withstand an entire season at the wing without getting worn out, which he did towards the end of last season.
At point guard, Quinn Cook will be relied on to control the offense. Cook was a huge prospect out of high school that ran into knee troubles and hasn't been fully healthy since.
This year, he's going to need to show he is an elite point guard if Duke's offense is going to be dangerous again. Freshman Rasheed Sulaimon and junior Tyler Thornton provide some depth, but have question marks of their own.