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With Amile Jefferson in foul trouble, the Blue Devils finally got the big-time bench contributions inside they have been yearning for all season.
The Blue Devils' top three scorers were at their best again in their third game in three days, leading Duke back to the ACC tournament title game for the first time since 2014.
Graduate student Amile Jefferson fouled out but before that still made a key layup with 3:13 remaining that put Duke up seven.
Luke Kennard and company will look to win the 3-point battle against one of the best shooting teams in America.
Jayson Tatum has played like one of the best players in the nation so far in Brooklyn, averaging 23.0 points and 7.3 rebounds per contest.
Head coach Mike Krzyzewski is seeking his 14th ACC tournament title and first since 2011.
Luke Kennard made no shots in the first half but erupted later in the game for the third straight day, including an enormous four-point play.
With Giles manning the middle, the Blue Devils ramped up the pressure on defense, holding North Carolina to 28.6 percent from the field after halftime.
Grayson Allen looks as healthy as he has all season heading into the ACC title game.
The Blue Devils are playing their best basketball of the season and will have the chance to earn their first ACC title in six years as a result.