Without a chance to get into the flow of the game, Douglas-Roberts managed to log just 5.4 points, 2.8 rebounds, and a total of five assists in four games played. It would have been five had it not been for him missing the final game after over-sleeping.
"The coach and I didn't get along too well, and it wasn't a good situation for either of us," said Chris Douglas-Roberts Tuesday. "It's something I can't worry about. I'll work hard and get ready to show what I can do when I go to Nike. There's not much else I can do, and not much else to say."
With his goal now set on the future, Chris says he's also starting to look to the long-term future as well.
"I'm thinking about recruiting more and more, but before I can do anything I have to get my scores back. Once that happens I'll probably take some visits and make a decision before the fall."
With so many programs knocking down his door, the talented scorer admits that he's got a lot of options, but he's also got to weigh his concerns.
"Every school has their positives and negatives, it's something I'm looking at. I mean if you look at Duke – they're just Duke, but they've also got Greg Paulus in my class so that's something to think about. Can we play together?"
And while there is some debate on a Duke offer being on the table (since Coach K has never seen him play in person), Douglas-Roberts remains adamant that the Blue Devils have offered.
"Yes they've offered and so have a bunch of others, but a Duke offer just kind of stands out because they're Duke."
Douglas-Roberts, ranked as the #2 point guard in the nation by TheInsiders.com, also has offers from Arkansas, Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Marquette, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina State, and UCLA.