Announcing Flyers Hoops Schedule
A Cincinnati native, Dukes was a four-year starter at the University of Dayton under former Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, and Indiana Pacers Head Coach, Jim O’Brien. As a point guard, he scored 1,061 points, passed for 497 assists, garnered 375 rebounds, and made 166 steals, during his college playing career. Dukes is the only player in UD’s 100+ years basketball history to lead the team in assists four consecutive seasons and one of only five players in school history to score over 1000 points and pass for at least 495 assists during their career. He was the team MVP for the 1992-1993 basketball season. He started his broadcast career with WHIO-TV (CBS affiliate in Dayton), Time Warner Regional TV Sports, and WHIO-Radio Show “Flyer Feedback” during the 2005 college basketball season.