Adam Zagoria covers basketball at all levels. He is the author of two books and an award-winning journalist whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide.
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Charged by 30 points and 15 rebounds from Luke Maye and 26 points from Cam Johnson, the Tar Heels outscored the Blue Devils 62-28 in the paint. For context, Duke came in allowing an average of 30 point paints per game—and also cashed in on an absurd 65 percent of their two-point tries (20 percent higher than Duke’s season average).
On the first possession of the newest installment of the greatest rivalry in college basketball, larger-than-life Duke superstar Zion Williamson injured his knee on a non-contact play while attempting to take UNC’s Luke Maye off the dribble.
“It’s a mild knee sprain,” Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said after his top-ranked Blue Devils lost 88-72 at Cameron Indoor Stadium. “The knee is stable. We don’t know how long he’ll be out.”
Duke visits Syracuse on Saturday.
“We’re not going to draw any conclusions from this game except the fact that we have a loss,” Krzyzewskisaid. “That is a definite conclusion. But the fact of how we can play, who we’re going to play, what we’re going to do, we have to come up with a game plan based on Zion not playing, and hopefully he’ll be back playing at some time in the near future, so that’s where we’re at.”