No. 6 Duke Storms Through Davidson
DURHAM, N.C. – The Blue Devils beat Davidson, 82-69, on Friday from Cameron Indoor Arena. Duke moves their record to 4-0 after the victory. Mason Plumlee led the way with 16 points and 13 rebounds.
Mason and brother Miles combined to score 10 points during an emphatic Duke 25-4 second half run. The second half surge really took the wind out of Davidson, especially with the “Cameron Crazies” in full effect Friday night.
Furture NBA first rounders, Austin Rivers and Seth Curry each scored 17 points as Coach K notched victory No. 904 in his illustrious career. It was odd to see Curry play against his brother, Steph Curry’s, former collegiate team. Seth began his career at Liberty University before transferring to Duke last season.
Chris Czerapowicz led Davidson with 15 points in their first loss of the season. Davidson led for most of the first half. They were actually leading, 41-39, after J.P. Kuhlman’s bucket with 17 minutes left in the game. Mason Plumlee took over after that, scoring six straight points for the Blue Devils en route to their 89th straight non-conference victory. With the win, Duke has now won an NCAA-best 39 consecutive games from Cameron Indoor Arena.
No. 6 Duke (4-0) has a tough test coming up in the form of Tennessee on Monday night at Cameron Indoor Arena. It will be a 5:30 p.m. local time tip, where the Blue Devils will be seeking their 40th straight win at Cameron Indoor and their 90th straight victory against non-conference opponents.
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