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Livingston, Deng, Roof, and Harris all in the news on Sunday.

"It was pretty hard," Livingston said of his decision. "I told coach (Mike Krzyzewski) that I never committed to Duke University thinking that I wasn't going to suit up. He understood that, which helps."
Livingston says feedback keeps him in draft
Charlotte Observer

"Seeing Chicago at three, Charlotte four and the (Washington) Wizards five, I had a strong feeling that these teams were interested in me," Deng said.
Lottery Luck -- scroll down
Charlotte Observer

Because while Duke's Luol Deng remains the favorite to be drafted third by the Bulls, several scenarios could shake things up before draft night. The Bulls could trade down, or the Los Angeles Clippers could take Deng at No. 2. Connecticut's Emeka Okafor is expected to go No. 1 to Orlando, but even that isn't certain because the Charlotte Bobcats are expected to make a strong push for the top pick.
Deng Loves Chicago, but surprises may shake up draft
Chicago Sun-Times

Witnesses stopped and tried to help Harris before the car caught fire, Carr said. Duke football coach Ted Roof said he was told by authorities that Harris apparently fell asleep at the wheel.
Duke Football Player Killed In Car Accident
Daily Press

"It was a really tough decision for him," Charles "Buster" Cox said. "I hate it happened this way."
Charlotte QB backs out of Duke commitment
Herald Sun

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