Nolan Smith

Duke Blue Devils #2 - Guard

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 185

Roy Williams is not a coward!


Unlike Coach K, Ol’ Roy is willing to play away from home

Tyler Ulis recognized as top captain of the past decade


Ulis joins a strong list of veteran players over the last decade.

DBR Podcast Episode 186: Reaction To The Passing Of Kobe Bryant


Nolan Smith joins us as the podcast crew reacts to the stunning news of Kobe Bryant’s tragic death

UNC Basketball: Carolina and Duke form unlikely alliance in 2019 Hoop-A-Thon fundraiser


The event aims to raise money for Teen Cancer America.

What if Jay Wright never changed his recruiting style?

One-and-dones garner all the craze, but they don’t necessarily get to raise the National Championship trophy at the end. Duke and Kentucky’s Elite Eight elimination was further evidence.

Can basketball programs win a NCAA title without five-star recruits?


Teams like Texas Tech yearn for a deeper NCAA run than last year, but can they match up?

Tobacco Road’s NBA Success


Taking a look at Wake Forest, Duke, UNC, and NC State players in the NBA since 2000.

It's been five years since Arizona demolished Duke

The NCAA Tournament is still going and Arizona isn't involved, so let's look back at a simpler time: Five years ago when Derrick Williams and the Cats set the college basketball world on fire.

Calipari Remains the Best Man for UK


At UK, Calipari has mastered the six areas vital to success at an elite college basketball program -- recruiting, team success, NBA alums, PR, molding teenagers into productive citizens, and...

Duke Q&A: B5Q grills Blue Devil Lair

Duke returns to face Wisconsin in the first clash of top five teams in Madison since January, 2007. What makes this year's Blue Devils so special?

Miami Basketball ACC Opponent Preview: Duke Blue Devils


In an effort to bring UM Hoops fans up to speed on their ACC opposition we will preview each and every team in the conference. We will also look at how the 'Canes match up with each squad and what...

Does Pitt Need NBA Talent to Win?


If the Pittsburgh Panthers (20-6, 8-5) ever plan on winning the NCAA Tournament, they need to recruit and develop elite talent.