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Tuesday 1/23/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




DUKE (17 - 2) at WAKE FOREST (8 - 11)
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Tuesday, 1/23/2018 9:00 PM
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552WAKE FOREST164.5162
DUKE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-2-3.511-613-492.146.751.3%43.672.835.940.9%32.4
Road Games7-2-4.56-38-187.742.148.5%41.079.741.344.0%35.1
Last 5 Games4-1-8.53-22-385.045.451.2%39.069.633.239.7%33.2
Conference Games5-2-7.53-44-387.044.749.7%40.375.737.642.0%33.7
DUKE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)92.146.734-6651.3%9-2238.4%16-2368.6%441320178126
vs opponents surrendering70.633.225-6042.5%8-2334.0%12-1770.9%35913186143
Team Stats (Road Games)87.742.131-6548.5%7-2232.5%18-2670.1%411218188125
Stats Against (All Games)72.835.927-6540.9%8-2435.1%11-1572.4%32914205123
vs opponents averaging76.436.327-5945.7%8-2235.7%14-2071.2%37915177134
Stats Against (Road Games)79.741.329-6644.0%8-2334.0%14-1972.2%351015215124

WAKE FOREST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-11-11.46-115-1274.536.444.4%
Home Games5-5-5.43-54-475.835.047.4%34.573.334.244.8%30.8
Last 5 Games0-5-4.20-51-465.832.038.2%38.476.036.242.9%38.0
Conference Games1-6-3.22-52-567.331.339.2%37.774.335.442.2%38.3
WAKE FOREST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.536.426-5844.4%8-2138.8%14-2073.7%361013196134
vs opponents surrendering69.532.924-5742.5%8-2234.1%13-1871.5%34813186143
Team Stats (Home Games)75.835.026-5647.4%7-1839.5%16-2174.9%341012166143
Stats Against (All Games)73.234.525-5842.9%9-2439.2%14-1973.6%35815186133
vs opponents averaging76.136.327-5945.4%8-2236.0%14-2071.8%371015187134
Stats Against (Home Games)73.334.225-5744.8%10-2440.8%12-1676.9%31814197143
Average power rating of opponents played: DUKE 78,  WAKE FOREST 76.8
DUKE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2017ST FRANCIS-PA124-67W-27W167O48-8060.0%611324-7133.8%257
12/9/2017@ BOSTON COLLEGE84-89L-15L159.5O32-6946.4%341131-6150.8%3517
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 FOREST              
1/29/2018NOTRE DAME              
2/3/2018@ ST JOHNS              
2/8/2018@ N CAROLINA              
2/11/2018@ GEORGIA TECH              
2/14/2018VIRGINIA TECH              

WAKE FOREST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2017@ CHARLOTTE80-57W-8W153.5U29-5850.0%391815-4731.9%3420
12/8/2017ARMY109-80W - -40-6958.0%431128-6443.7%2713
12/18/2017@ COASTAL CAROLINA84-80W-5L149.5O28-5550.9%361729-5750.9%2716
12/30/2017@ N CAROLINA69-73L14W162U25-6339.7%34727-6839.7%4912
1/6/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE71-77L2.5L151.5U24-6934.8%501522-5937.3%397
1/10/2018VIRGINIA TECH75-83L-2L156O31-7044.3%401329-5750.9%3011
1/13/2018@ DUKE71-89L17.5L164.5U27-7536.0%361225-5743.9%4513
1/18/2018@ NC STATE63-72L4.5L158U25-6538.5%371326-6241.9%4412
1/27/2018@ LOUISVILLE              
1/31/2018FLORIDA ST              
2/7/2018@ MIAMI              
2/11/2018@ SYRACUSE              
2/14/2018GEORGIA TECH              
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.
WAKE FOREST: Last season: 19-14, lost to Kansas State in NCAA Tournament opening round
Who's gone: F John Collins, F Dinos Mitoglou
Who's back: G Bryant Crawford averaged 16.2 points, 5.5 assists last season; G Keyshawn Woods averaged 12.5 points and 4.2 rebounds; G Mitchell Wilbekin averaged 7 points, 1.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists.
Who's new: G-F Chaundee Brown is the program's highest-rated recruit since Al-Farouq Aminu in 2008; C Olivier Sarr is a 7-foot native of France who could help mitigate the loss of Collins inside.
The Skinny: Manning's fourth season with the Demon Deacons will be a pivotal one. They made their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2010 behind a player (Collins) who's since moved on to the NBA. The key issue is whether the handful of guards in the rotation can carry this team farther than Collins did.
Wake Forest aims for upset in rematch with No. 4 Duke

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Wake Forest ought to be used to this by now.

The Demon Deacons have a second meeting with fourth-ranked Duke in an 11-day span on Tuesday night at Joel Coliseum.

"It helps in terms of preparation for the staff, so there has only been a handful of games in between since we played," Wake Forest coach Danny Manning said Monday. "Kind of had a feel for what they like to do the first time you played them. It gives you a little better chance to have a book on them on what they want to do."

Of course, for Wake Forest it's a matter of changing the script. Duke won that Jan. 13 game 89-71 at home.

Duke (17-2, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) will be playing its second game in a row against a team it has already defeated this season.

"That's one thing we've got to get out of our system -- assumption," Blue Devils forward Wendell Carter Jr. said. "We play Wake Forest on Tuesday. We played a really good game against them (in the first meeting), but we cannot assume. We've just got to come out and play our game."

The Blue Devils own a four-game winning streak, with three victories by 18 or more points.

"When things are going well, that's the point when you need to lock in even more because teams will be gunning for us," Duke senior Grayson Allen said. "We'll have a very tough next game, and we can't overlook anybody or get satisfied. We've got to keep going and keep realizing that we need to get a lot better."

Wake Forest (8-11, 1-6), which has a five-game losing streak, is coming off a 59-49 home loss to Virginia on Sunday night. So, this makes it two games against top-four teams in a three-night span.

"In the second half, we didn't provide enough resistance to come away with a win," Manning said of the Virginia game.

But perhaps the Demon Deacons gained some confidence.

"We did some good things against the No. 2 team in the country," Wake Forest center Doral Moore said. "We have a good base. We just have to clean up some things."

Wake Forest guard Brandon Childress said the team will have to change gears, expecting a much faster pace from Duke than against more deliberate Virginia.

Wake Forest has played strong home games against Duke in recent seasons. Last year, the Blue Devils rallied to win on Luke Kennard's shot in Winston-Salem.

"We're looking for a win," Manning said. "We don't want a close game. We want a win."

A sellout crowd could be on hand Tuesday night.

"So the energy is going to be there," Childress said.

Duke has scored 80 or more points in 15 consecutive games, marking the longest such streak for an ACC team since North Carolina's 16 in a row during the 2007-08 season.

Wake Forest's post players fell into foul trouble in the first meeting, in part because of the strength on the inside displayed by Duke freshmen Marvin Bagley III and Carter.

"They have threats from all over the court," Manning said. "Bagley and Carter give them a different dimension than what they've had."

Bagley and Carter are coming off the first game this season (an 81-54 rout of Pittsburgh) in which they both reached 20 points in the same game.

Last Updated: 2/23/2019 7:00:52 PM EST

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