With iconic coach Mike Krzyzewski on the brink of the Division I career victories record, it’s an ideal time to look back at the astonishing history of Duke basketball. The program has produced some of the most extraordinary players—at both the college and pro levels—that basketball has ever seen.
The latest crop of Duke standouts to enter the draft was led by top pick Kyrie Irving, but the most accomplished collegian among them was second-rounder Kyle Singler. The slender forward became the 11th (!) Blue Devil to break 2,000 points for his career.
Read on for more on Singler and the rest of the 50 greatest stars ever to play for Duke.