We’re about a week into the 2018-19 college basketball season, and while things really start to heat up around Thanksgiving, important stuff has already happen.

Here are six things we’ve learned thus far.

Duke’s freshmen are even better than we thought

This…. is something. Duke is going to be the story of college basketball this season. Every game is must-see TV.

Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett and Cam Reddish eviscerated Kentucky and were even better against Army on Sunday. The trio combined for 73 points, 29 rebounds and six blocks.

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These legitimately might be the three best players in college basketball. That may sound like hyperbole; it’s not. At worst, Duke has three of the five best players in the land.

There are still questions with Duke’s supporting cast. The rest of the Blue Devils outside of Williamson, Reddish and Barrett combined for 21 points against Army.

But those questions may not even matter. And Tre Jones will get overshadowed, but he’s done exactly what he needs to do thus far: get those guys the ball, and make open shots. This team is fun.

Kansas could be even better than we thought, too, because of its guards

Kansas was the No. 1 team in the preseason AP Poll, and that was mostly based on its frontcourt and coach. Udoka Azubuike and Dedric Lawson figured to form the best 4-5 duo in college basketball, and the Jayhawks had proven wings in LaGerald Vick and K.J. Lawson.

All of that is still true, but Kansas’ backcourt looks like it could be a lot better than expected. This isn’t too shocking, as the Jayhawks had a lot of talented options coming into the year. They were just unproven. But Quentin Grimes and Devon Dotson looked the part against Michigan State.