In a grueling contest that featured eight lead changes, the advantages on the glass and at the line were two key factors that helped Duke prevail.
There were positive signs in Duke’s first dual matches of the season, but some predictable mistakes ultimately downed the Blue Devils.
Freshman Jalen Johnson played the heroic role of Kobe in Duke's Tuesday night victory, exactly one year since Bryant's tragic death.
There’s still plenty of basketball left to be played this season, but this felt a lot like a must-win game for head coach Mike Krzyzewski and his Blue Devils. Luckily for Duke, it got that win.
The Blue Devils hold the early lead, up 33-25 after the first half at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Here are five observations from the first 20 minutes of play.
When the Blue Devils next take the court, they’ll be missing some key upperclassmen.
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Duke enters Tuesday night's contest as a five-point favorite over the Yellow Jackets.
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After falling to the Cardinals on Saturday, one can only hope that Duke brings the same amount of passion and energy to play Georgia Tech on Tuesday.
The two are undoubtedly talented, and yet they’ve been unable to both produce signature performances during the same game.
With a sizable, roaring crowd, back-and-forth action and big time moments, ACC basketball in Louisville truly felt like something close to normal in the sport. Even if Duke fighting for its NCAA tournament life isn’t close to that.
We bring you five observations from the first 20 minutes of play in what is shaping up to be a close one.
The Blue Devils enter the contest looking to snap a two-game losing streak and pick up their best win of the season to date.