One on one with Shavlik Randolph

His recruitment was a Tobacco Road legend. But after three years in Durham, many didn’t expect Shavlik Randolph to leave school early for professional basketball. Since that shocking decision, the 6-foot-11 power forward has enjoyed a successful and varied career - one he credits Duke for preparing him for. We spoke with Randolph about that and more.
January 15, 2015

Shavlik Randolph Will Not Return

Sources close to the situation have confirmed to that Shavlik Randolph will not return to Duke for his senior season.
June 21, 2005

Shavlik Randolph Decides to Enter the NBA Draft

Shavlik Randolph, a 6-foot-10 forward from Duke, has become the latest underclassmen to declare himself eligible for the 2005 NBA Draft. Randolph averaged 4.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots per game as a junior.
May 13, 2005

Randolph Enters NBA Draft

Duke's Shavlik Randolph, a three-year letterwinner at the school, declared himself eligible for the 2005 NBA Draft that will be held on June 28 in New York City.
May 13, 2005

From The Stands: Duke vs. Maryland

Duke entered Wednesday night's game with Maryland with a lofty No. 2 ranking, a perfect 15-0 record, and what seemed to be a good amount of positive momentum. Unfortunately for the Blue Devil faithful, it was the Terrapins who showed up with ample desire and heart, as they pulled away late in the second half to hand Duke its first loss of the year. <I>TDD</I> examines the carnage.
January 27, 2005

Post Game Quotes: Duke v Toledo

Coach K, Dan Ewing, Shavlik Randolph, Shelden Williams, & Demarcus Nelson met the media post game.
December 13, 2004

From the Stands: Blue-White 2004

The 2004-2005 season is now officially underway as the Blue Devils played host to a sold out Cameron Indoor Stadium for Saturday's annual Blue-White scrimmage. While many will point to this year's lack of depth, <I></I> found a number of reasons to be excited about this year's team and what could happen.
October 24, 2004