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The Highs And Lows Of The Twitterati

Following the lead of Gawker, we're introduce a new feature: Twitterati. After every game, we'll compile a selection of our favorite Duke-related Tweets and post them here. So here's your chance to make a cameo on The Sports Blog! Sign up for Twitter and follow us: @chroniclesports. And then you, too, can be famous.

The Twitterati exploded with glee when Gerald Henderson channeled one certain NBA All-Star, and then sunk back into misery when James Johnson slipped through the Duke defense to give the Demon Deacons a 70-68 win over No. 1 Duke.

We're with you, Maggette, but Kobe would have made it look smoother, if that's possible.

Might not be with you there, Sambria, but we can see how you feel that way.

Most Duke fans can probably relate to this one, Mark Ewing.

And Brandon Godwin makes the case that Duke fans can at least be thankful for something.

Want to be featured on the next edition of Twitterati? Tweet something (or, to clarify, something that we may find funny, interesting or notable) after Duke's Saturday matchup with Virginia. Better yet, Tweet it @ us by starting it with @chroniclesports.

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