Duke Basketball: Top 10 Moments of the Decade

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Duke Basketball: Top 10 Moments of the Decade

The Duke Basketball program has been a staple of consistency over the past 10 years, victorious in 291 games during that span to become the decade's winningest program. During that time, Duke also won the 2001 National Championship and made an appearance in the 2004 Final Four.

Seven ACC Championship wins, six preseason tournament titles, and five 30-win seasons, to go along with four ACC regular-season titles, have helped the Devils lay claim to one of the most successful college basketball programs in the entire country over the past 10 years.

Players such as Jason Williams, Shane Battier, Chris Duhon, Luol Deng, JJ Redick, Shelden Williams, Dahntay Jones, Nate James, Carlos Boozer, Mike Dunleavy, and Corey Maggette have left their legacy on the Duke campus, and all have helped the program strive for greatness.

Under Coach Mike Krzyzewski, the Blue Devils boast their highest winning percentage over a ten year span this decade (.831).

With a program known for its excellence and winning, several key moments this decade stand out amongst the rest. Here are the top 10 moments of the 2000's, highlighted by spectacular plays, hard-working players, and the successes of several individuals.

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