Williamson, Barrett and Langford were teammates in the McDonald’s All-American Game last March. “I played with him at the McDonald’s All-American Game,” Barrett, who scored 26 points in a 131-128 loss, said Monday of Langford. “He’s a very good scorer and a very good player. He can read, he can shoot, and he does a lot of good things. We’re going to play a hard game, a lot harder than we did last game.” Langford enters averaging 18.5 points and 5.8 rebounds for an Indiana team that is 5-1 and has won two straight. They figure to face a fired-up Duke team that is coming off a loss to Gonzaga last Wednesday in the Maui Invitational final, a loss that cost Duke the No. 1 ranking and propelled the Zags to the top spot.
The top two are Canadians and 3 of the 5 will be in tonight’s Indiana – Duke game pic.twitter.com/eLwrX9aRhf— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) November 27, 2018