No. 2 Duke loses guard Wendell Moore to injury. How long will he be out?
No. 2 Duke will be without a key member of its backcourt rotation for an extended period of time. Wendell Moore Jr., suffered a broken bone in his right hand late in Saturday night's 95-62 win at Miami and is scheduled to have surgery on Monday, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. A 6-6 freshman guard from Charlotte and Cox Mill High School, Moore is averaging 7.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per game for the Blue Devils (13-1, 3-0 ACC). He’s made 44.6% of his shots from the field, including 3 of 7 (42.9 percent) on 3-pointers.Moore has played in all 14 games for Duke, starting five times. He’s played 22.1 minutes per game, tied for third-most on the team.
The unranked Tigers upset No . 3 Duke 79 - 72 on Tuesday night, capping off a perfect 3-0 run the last 10 days that included wins over NC State and North Carolina and culminated with the The Tigers (9-7) improve to 3-3 in ACC play with their third consecutive win after an 0-3 start within the league.
Harry Giles picked up three fouls in no time and was limited to five minutes. Clemson got hot and Duke went and with 2:51 left, The Tiger had cut the lead down to 69-68 on a pair for free With the win , Duke moves on to a 2:00 rematch with Louisville Thursday. In the regular season matchup Duke
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson gave its weary fans something to celebrate a night after losing the national championship game in football, getting a career-high 25 points from Aamir Simms in a 79-72 upset of No. 3 Duke on Tuesday night.
It was the highest-profile upset for the Tigers since beating No. 1 North Carolina on their home court in February 2001. And just like that day, students rushed the court at Littlejohn Coliseum.
For Clemson's Etienne, facing LSU in New Orleans a homecoming and shot at redemption
CLEMSON, S.C. - Travis Etienne has accomplished just about everything one could hope to during his time at Clemson. The junior running back has been named the ACC Player of the Year twice, has won a national title and is in the College Football Playoff for a third consecutive season. But on Jan. 1, 2018, Etienne had a rare rough outing in a game that still motivates him to this day. The The junior running back has been named the ACC Player of the Year twice, has won a national title and is in the College Football Playoff for a third consecutive season.
Clemson freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence shined in the 3 rd-ranked Tigers' win over No . 16 NC State. The ACC Digital Network (theACCDN) is a joint venture between Stadium, and Raycom Sports, a long-time television producer and partner of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Check out the Clemson fans rush full-steam onto the court after the Tigers' 72 -59 upset win over #16 Duke . Founded in 1953 in Greensboro, North Carolina, the ACC sanctions competition in twenty-five sports in Division I of the NCAA for its twelve member universities: Boston College Eagles, Clemson
It was the first Atlantic Coast Conference loss for the Blue Devils (15-2, 5-1), who came into the game leading the nation with an average margin of victory of 21.5 points.
The Tigers completed one of the rarest of ACC doubles. They beat North Carolina in Chapel Hill for the first time in program history Saturday, ending a 59-game losing streak on the Tar Heels' home court.
Clemson (9-7, 3-3) has now beaten North Carolina and Duke in back-to-back games twice. The other time came in 1990, when the Tigers won their only regular-season title in 67 ACC seasons.
Less than 24 hours earlier, The Tigers’ football team fell short in its bid for a third national championship in five seasons, losing 42-25 to LSU in the College Football Playoff championship game at the Superdome in New Orleans. No one expects the Tigers to make a run to the title in basketball, but for one night, they showed they could thump one of the country’s best teams.
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Luke DeCock: Louisville shoves Duke aside in ACC race .
To the extent anyone can figure out anything in this crazy basketball season, the path to the No. 1 seed in the ACC tournament goes through Louisville. For now, anyway. In the first real heavyweight battle of the conference season -- and it was every bit of that -- the Cardinals withstood push after push from Duke, bending but never folding, prancing off the court after the Blue Devils’ last run fell shot, all of it punctuated by a Malik Williams’ dunk upon the victimized frame of Jack White that left most of Cameron wondering where it all went wrong.