The 2013-2014 college basketball season is officially over with Connecticut’s victory over Kentucky in the NCAA tournament championship game. The season started off with great promise for the Duke Blue Devils but ended in disappointment when they were defeated by Mercer in their first tournament game.
The season may have just ended, but Duke has already had a busy offseason. Coach Mike Krzyzewski has already announced plans to coach at least five more years, while associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski is off to be the head coach at Marquette. Duke fans also anxiously await Jabari Parker’s decision on whether to declare for the NBA draft.
After the dust settles from the roster and coaching changes, the offseason is about one thing—getting better. Duke had one of the most talented and athletic teams in the country last year, but never lived up to the potential due to a number of different factors. If The Devils want to avoid another disappointing year, there are a number of things that need taking care of during the summer.