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Sunday 2/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




DUKE (21 - 5) at CLEMSON (20 - 5)
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Sunday, 2/18/2018 1:00 PM
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DUKE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-5-9.715-916-888.244.650.4%42.371.835.040.6%32.5
Road Games9-4-108-510-385.242.447.9%39.878.438.842.9%36.1
Last 5 Games3-2-5.63-23-279.441.847.9%39.470.033.039.3%32.4
Conference Games9-4-7.27-66-782.842.048.8%39.871.835.240.6%33.3
DUKE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)88.244.632-6350.4%9-2239.3%16-2269.6%421318167125
vs opponents surrendering70.533.125-5942.8%8-2234.8%12-1770.9%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)85.242.430-6247.9%7-2134.3%19-2671.8%401217187125
Stats Against (All Games)71.835.026-6540.6%8-2434.0%11-1574.2%33914195123
vs opponents averaging75.335.627-5945.5%8-2236.1%14-1971.8%36915176124
Stats Against (Road Games)78.438.829-6742.9%8-2433.3%13-1874.2%361115215124

CLEMSON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-5+9.614-712-1075.235.246.6%35.565.830.641.6%33.1
Home Games13-0+79-14-678.336.147.1%37.461.127.238.7%33.7
Last 5 Games4-1+24-14-176.037.643.8%34.668.829.445.0%32.6
Conference Games9-4+3.37-59-472.133.343.3%34.368.629.543.5%35.1
CLEMSON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.235.226-5646.6%9-2238.2%14-1975.3%35814166125
vs opponents surrendering71.933.726-5943.7%8-2234.9%13-1870.9%35914186133
Team Stats (Home Games)78.336.127-5847.1%9-2339.5%15-2074.6%37915156127
Stats Against (All Games)65.830.624-5841.6%7-2134.8%10-1469.3%33811186133
vs opponents averaging75.635.627-5945.2%8-2235.8%14-2072.1%36914177134
Stats Against (Home Games)61.127.223-5838.7%6-2129.4%10-1471.2%3489185143
Average power rating of opponents played: DUKE 80,  CLEMSON 80
DUKE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017FLORIDA ST100-93W-12L164.5O39-8347.0%53931-6944.9%3511
1/6/2018@ NC STATE85-96L-12.5L170O31-6051.7%321634-6750.7%3410
1/10/2018@ PITTSBURGH87-52W-20W156U34-6453.1%39617-5133.3%3215
1/13/2018WAKE FOREST89-71W-17.5W164.5U25-5743.9%451327-7536.0%3612
1/15/2018@ MIAMI83-75W-4.5W154O31-5655.4%431929-7837.2%3811
1/23/2018@ WAKE FOREST84-70W-9.5W158.5U24-5345.3%311127-6243.5%3721
1/29/2018NOTRE DAME88-66W-15.5W149.5O32-6450.0%431222-6136.1%2710
2/3/2018@ ST JOHNS77-81L-11L154.5O24-5147.1%361830-6546.2%3311
2/8/2018@ N CAROLINA78-82L1L168.5U30-6248.4%38830-7739.0%442
2/11/2018@ GEORGIA TECH80-69W-9W144.5O26-5944.1%441122-6633.3%3910
2/14/2018VIRGINIA TECH74-52W-10.5W163.5U26-5250.0%361321-4942.9%1910
2/18/2018@ CLEMSON              
2/26/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              
3/3/2018N CAROLINA              

CLEMSON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017NC STATE78-62W-10W148.5U29-6743.3%40923-6634.8%4514
1/3/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE74-70W-5.5L141O24-5642.9%321328-5749.1%3214
1/11/2018@ NC STATE77-78L-4L149O28-5352.8%431728-6741.8%324
1/16/2018@ N CAROLINA79-87L8T147O27-5648.2%261526-5151.0%2914
1/20/2018NOTRE DAME67-58W-6.5W134U23-5244.2%32924-6238.7%3811
1/23/2018@ VIRGINIA36-61L9.5L119.5U15-4731.9%281925-5644.6%3511
1/28/2018@ GEORGIA TECH72-70W-2.5L127.5O28-6245.2%33725-5248.1%289
1/30/2018N CAROLINA82-78W2W145O24-6139.3%361028-6245.2%4011
2/3/2018@ WAKE FOREST75-67W-3W141.5O24-5642.9%37823-5939.0%348
2/14/2018@ FLORIDA ST79-81L4.5W146O28-6145.9%322132-6152.5%3317
2/21/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              
2/24/2018GEORGIA TECH              
2/28/2018FLORIDA ST              
3/3/2018@ SYRACUSE              
DUKE: Last season: 28-9, lost to South Carolina in NCAA Tournament second round
Who's gone: G Luke Kennard, G Frank Jackson, G Matt Jones, F Jayson Tatum, F Harry Giles, F Amile Jefferson, C Chase Jeter
Who's back: G Grayson Allen averaged 14.5 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists last season, F Marques Bolden averaged 1.5 points in 6.5 minutes per game.
Who's new: F Marvin Bagley III started college a year early and Duke unretired Danny Ferry's No. 35 jersey to give to him; G Gary Trent Jr. is the son of the 'Shaq of the MAC' at Ohio University who played nearly a decade in the NBA; F Wendell Carter Jr. was rated as the nation's No. 4 overall recruit by multiple evaluation services.
The Skinny: Duke loaded up on potential one-and-done freshmen ' players who likely could enter the draft after one season in Durham ' for the third time in four years to replace the three they lost to the pros during the offseason. Duke is traditionally a perimeter-oriented program, but the strength of this team will be on the interior and the Blue Devils will go as far as Bagley and Carter can carry them.
CLEMSON: Last season: 17-16, sixth straight season without an NCAA Tournament appearance.
Who's gone: G Jaron Blossomgame (senior), G Avry Holmes (senior), F-C Sidy Djitte (senior).
Who's back: F Donte Grantham. The senior struggled some last year and hopes to rebound after his scoring average dropped from double digits as a sophomore to seven points. F Elijah Thomas. The Texas A&M transfer played the second half of the season after sitting out and averaged seven points and four rebounds. G Shelton Mitchell, a Vanderbilt transfer who is the team's top returning scorer at more than 10 points a game, but bothered by a knee problem. G Marcquise Reed is a Robert Morris transfer who averaged 10 points a game in his first season at Clemson.
Who's new: F David Skara. A junior who transferred from Valparaiso and has won praise from Brownell as Clemson's best defender. F Mark Donnal. A Michigan graduate transfer, Donnal helped the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament the past two seasons. F Aamir Simms. A freshman from Palmyra, Virginia is 6-7 expected to give the Tigers a reliable dual-threat inside and out.
The Skinny: Brad Brownell has held on to his job because he's a strong ambassador for the program and instrumental in the refurbished Littlejohn Coliseum that opened last year. He knows the pressure to make the NCAAs is there and needs to have a healthy Mitchell at point guard to make that happen.
Stars' status in limbo as No. 12 Duke visits No. 11 Clemson

Duke has figured out how to cope without one of its most productive players, and now it's Clemson's turn to do the same.

No. 12 Duke visits No. 11 Clemson on Sunday afternoon for an Atlantic Coast Conference basketball game with all sorts of ramifications at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, S.C.

Duke has won twice without league scoring and rebounding leader Marcus Bagley III, a freshman forward who has sat out as a precaution with a mild knee strain. His status for this game is uncertain.

"It has been really good performances (the past two games) because look, he has been pretty good for us," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. "We've had a chance to look at some other things now, and when he comes back we have a chance to be a better team."

Clemson will be without point guard Shelton Mitchell, who suffered a scary head injury in Wednesday night's overtime loss at Florida State. He's in the concussion protocol after spending the overnight in a Florida hospital before returning to the Clemson campus.

The Tigers have dealt with injury issues at other times during the season, so in that regard it's sort of business as usual.

"You just want your guys to go out and compete and play as hard as they can," Clemson coach Brad Brownell said. "The spirit of this team has been really good throughout the season. ... Shelton's situation will be another difficult factor."

Brownell said there's no one simple solution in replacing Mitchell's minutes on the court. He averages almost 33 minutes per game.

"We'll have the luxury of moving guys around," Brownell said.

Sunday's outcome could go a long way in sorting out the pecking order near the top of the conference standings and it could impact NCAA Tournament destinations for the teams as well.

Duke (21-5, 9-4 ACC) and Clemson (20-5, 9-4) are tied for second place behind Virginia.

While it looks like Virginia might be ticketed for an opening NCAA Tournament assignment in Charlotte, N.C., either Duke or Clemson could land another spot at the site that would be regionally convenient for many of their fans.

Duke owns four victories against nationally ranked teams this season. The Blue Devils rank atop the ACC in scoring at 88.2 points per game, reaching the 80-point mark in 21 of their games.

"They've got so many big guys down low and guys who make 3s," Brownell said. "You just try to limit them the best you can."

Duke freshman guard Gary Trent Jr. is the ACC leader in 3-point shooting, including a 50.5-percent rate (46-for-92) in conference games.

Without Bagley, there's a different distribution of the offense.

"We've gotten different looks on offense with Marvin not in there," said Duke guard Grayson Allen, who has averaged 24 points in the past two games. "We're just trying to adjust, trying to find different spots. ... In saying that, we'd like to get Marvin back quickly so we can feed him down there."

Clemson is 13-0 at home this season. That includes last month's victory against North Carolina.

Duke is 4-3 in ACC road games, though it won last Sunday at Georgia Tech.

Duke leads the all-time series with Clemson by 109-31.

Last Updated: 12/14/2018 8:48:38 PM EST

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