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Grayson Allen embodied Duke's up-and-down game Saturday, scoring 22 of his game-high 29 points in the first half.
Brandon Ingram kept the Bulldogs at bay with several timely baskets, and his two free throws in the final minute helped Duke ward off Yale's last-gasp comeback bid.
The Blue Devils turned in two very different 20 minutes Saturday in Providence, but the first half provided enough to get Duke past Yale and into the Sweet 16.
Marshall Plumlee and Matt Jones celebrate after advancing to the Sweet 16 for the second straight year.
Brandon Sherrod scored a team-high 22 points, but could not get a lay-up to go in the final minute.
Matt Jones started all 35 games he played in and shut down star opponents like Yale's Makai Mason with stifling defense.
Two-time Ivy League Player of the Year Justin Sears was held scoreless in the first half, but turned in a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds as the Bulldogs clawed back into the game.
Luke Kennard and the Blue Devils closed out the win from the free-throw line.
After missing all four of his 3-pointers Thursday against UNC-Wilmington, Grayson Allen hit four triples in the first half against the Bulldogs.
Grayson Allen exploded for 22 points in the first half as Duke built a big lead against Yale in the Round of 32.