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Sport Marvin Bagley III suffered nasty poke to eye during Duke-Michigan State game

07:24  15 november  2017
07:24  15 november  2017 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

Duke is No. 1 in AP preseason poll for second straight year

  Duke is No. 1 in AP preseason poll for second straight year Duke was in good position to be ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press poll before landing Marvin Bagley III. Led by Bagley and senior guard Grayson Allen, Duke was the preseason No. 1 for the second straight season a ninth time overall, matching rival North Carolina for most all-time. The Blue Devils received 33 of 65 first-place votes from a national media panel in the AP Top 25 released on Wednesday.

Duke ’s star freshman Marvin Bagley III had to leave the Blue Devils’ Champions Classic game vs. Michigan State in the first half after he was poked in the eye . Marvin Bagley III heads to locker room after being poked in eye . He's already the 1st freshman in Duke history with double-doubles in

Marvin Bagley III would suffer an injury. Marvin Bagley III drives to the basket and throws down a huge one-handed dunk over Moe Wagner in his first Summer League game .

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Duke's star freshman Marvin Bagley III had to leave the Blue Devils' Champions Classic game vs. Michigan State in the first half after he was poked in the eye. The 18-year-old went back into the locker room and returned to the court for the second half, but he didn't start.

ESPN reported that Bagley didn't shoot at all before the second half started, and that he appeared to be having trouble opening the eye that was poked and wouldn't return.

Marvin Bagley calls LaVar Ball ‘a real cool dude,’ thinks LaMelo Ball will be ‘real scary’

  Marvin Bagley calls LaVar Ball ‘a real cool dude,’ thinks LaMelo Ball will be ‘real scary’ Marvin Bagley III can relate to LaVar Ball, LaMelo Ball and the entire Ball family. The freshman phenom for the Duke Blue Devils is also one of three basketball-playing boys of an involved father. During an appearance on CBS Sports' "Flagrant Two" podcast, Bagley III told host Reid Forgrave that he supports the Father of Balls being in the public eye like he is, even if his own father-known colloquially as "Big Marv"-wouldn't go that route. The Cash Back Potential From This Card Is Insane Learn More Sponsored by NextAdvisor "There's nothing wrong with what he's doing.

Marvin Bagley III (born March 14, 1999) is an American professional basketball player for the Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Duke freshman Marvin Bagley III exited the game on Tuesday night against Michigan State after getting poked in the eye . As the two teams battled in the first half, Bagley went down after what appeared to be being poked in the eye . But, you started to wonder whether or not it might be

Hopefully it's not serious and Bagley isn't out for too much longer because he has already shown he can be extremely valuable to his team.

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Duke now unanimous No. 1, Arizona falls out of new AP Top 25 .
Duke is now the unanimous No. 1 in the AP Top 25. And Arizona has gone from No. 2 to out of the poll in a week. The Blue Devils (8-0) were atop all 65 ballots in results released Monday after they won the PK80 Invitational's Motion Bracket in Portland, Oregon. They picked up the 11 first-place votes that last week went to Arizona, with the Wildcats (3-3) turning in a stunning 0-3 showing in the Battle 4 Atlantis in the Bahamas.

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