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 Nicolas CARVACHO
  Colorado
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 Ja MORANT
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 5. Spellman,, Sacred2.9 
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 9. Gant,, La-Lafayette2.6 
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No. 1 Duke defeats Syracuse 75-65 - Feb 24, 2019


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The Duke basketball team rebounded from its home loss to North Carolina by defeating Syracuse 75-65 tonight at the Carrier Dome. Before the game, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim , who had not appeared in public since Wednesday night, made his way to center court, head down, and acknowledged the crowd with a brief wave before giving Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski a heartfelt hug. Boeheim accidentally struck and killed 51-year-old Jorge Jimenez after Wednesday night's win over Louisville. The top-ranked Blue Devils (24-3, 12-2) improved to 7-0 on the road in the Atlantic Coast Conference. In the first game between the teams, the Orange (18-8, 9-4) pulled off the upset, 95-91 at Cameron Indoor Stadium, as Tyus Battle (6'6''-G-97) scored a season-high 32 points and Syracuse used its 2-3 zone defense to rattle Duke in overtime. Swingman Cameron Reddish was out with an illness and point guard Tre Jones suffered a shoulder injury roughly 5 1/2 minutes in to put Duke down two starters in that one. It was a completely different team, just like it was on Saturday without injured freshman star Zion Williamson, who had a season-high 35 points in that first game. Freshman forward R.J. Barrett Jr. (6'7''-F-00), who had a triple-double and double-double in Duke's previous two games, scored 30 points to lead Duke and Alex O'Connell had 20. Tyus Battle led Syracuse with 16 points on 4-of-17 shooting, Elijah Hughes had 12, and Marek Dolezaj (6'10''-F-98) and Franklin Howard (6'5''-G-97) had 10 apiece. O'Connell's four-point play early in the second half gave Duke a two-point lead and neither team led by more than four over the ensuing five minutes. O'Connell's fifth 3-pointer of the game, a career high, and R.J. Barrett Jr.'s layup gave the Blue Devils a 58-52 edge with 9:16 to go. Two free throws by Hughes narrowed the lead to two, but R.J. Barrett Jr. drained a 3, O'Connell followed with a steal and dunk, and R.J. Barrett Jr. converted a lob from Jones to give the Blue Devils a 65-56 lead with 4:45 left and the Orange never got closer than five the rest of the game. Syracuse led nearly the entire first half and went into the locker room with a 34-29 lead. R.J. Barrett Jr. kept the Blue Devils in the game with 17 points in the opening period. The game set a record for an on-campus basketball game. The crowd of 35,642 eclipsed the mark of 34,446, twice against Duke. In his 43rd season as head coach at his alma mater, Boeheim had addressed the team on Thursday but did not take part in practice. Although he returned for practice on Friday, he had not appeared in public until he made his way into the Carrier Dome. A moment of silence was observed before the opening tip for Jimenez and his family. "There's nothing like this when a human life is lost and you are there," Boeheim said after the game. "I can't describe it to you." Police say Jimenez was a passenger in a car that apparently skidded out of control on a patch of ice and hit a guardrail. Police say Jimenez was trying to get to safety when he was struck by Boeheim's SUV. Boeheim had swerved to avoid the disabled car, which was resting perpendicular across two lanes. Jimenez was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Another man in the car suffered minor injuries. Police say Boeheim has cooperated and sobriety tests administered to Boeheim and the unidentified driver of the other vehicle were negative for any signs of impairment. No tickets have been issued and the investigation is continuing.
Courtesy of: Greensboro.com  




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