NCAAB Game Recap - Miami (FL) at Duke
Sat Mar 2, 2019 4:00 PM EST

Gonz
69
StMar
55
F
Pitt
49
UVA
73
F
Mia-FL
57
Duke
87
F
KY
52
Tenn
71
F
UNC
81
Clem
79
F
MSU
62
Ind
63
F
UCF
69
Hou
64
F
TxTch
81
TCU
66
F
Nev
76
UtSt
81
F
LSU
74
Alab
69
F
OhSt
51
Purd
86
F
Kansas
72
OkSt
67
F
Baylor
60
KansSt
66
F
NCSU
73
FlaSt
78
F
PSU
57
Wisc
61
F
Rut
86
Iowa
72
F
Mem
69
Cin
71
F
Woff
85
Samf
64
F
Bingha
83
Maine
60
F
Colg
76
Lafy
70
F
Syr
79
Wake
54
F
Army
61
Buck
62
F
Navy
79
Boston
74
F
Amer
86
HolyC
66
F
FaDi
70
CenCT
58
F
NoKY
86
WIGB
82
F
Citad
78
VMI
81
F
Miss
73
Ark
74
F
UNH
53
UMBC
56
F
ArkLR
70
GASt
83
F
Ford
52
David
77
F
Elon
86
Tows
66
F
Butl
54
Vill
75
F
IaSt
69
Tex
86
F
Furm
71
Chat
50
F
WVU
80
Okla
92
F
Radf
62
Campbl
64
F
Evans
65
Valpa
63
F
IlSt
63
SIU
72
F
NrthIA
54
IndSt
71
F
UMass
73
Duques
80
F
Ohio
73
Akr
49
F
CoCar
97
ULMo
91
F
TexAr
79
Troy
66
F
Longw
47
GWebb
66
F
GMas
71
StLou
81
F
NebOm
86
Denv
76
F
E MI
75
NIU
69
F
NMSt
92
ChiSt
58
F
SCar
63
Mizzu
78
F
StFPA
84
SacHr
94
F
Hof
92
Del
70
F
Hamp
92
USC-Up
71
F
W&M
70
JMU
66
F
RobM
69
Wagn
60
F
MtStM
73
StFNY
71
F
ChaSo
72
Presb
65
F
IUPUI
63
Oakl
72
F
NoAZ
73
MTSt
84
F
StBon
64
GrgWas
58
F
NE
90
Drex
66
F
IL-C
80
Detr
71
F
Morg
76
DelSt
58
F
UNCW
61
Charl
70
F
LoyMa
74
USF
69
F
Drake
73
MOSt
62
F
MisSt
75
Aub
80
F
VACom
69
Rich
66
F
WCU
74
ETSU
81
F
TNTec
63
E IL
57
F
Ball
60
W MI
58
F
FlaAM
42
NCAT
63
F
SCSt
95
BethC
98
F(OT)
NOrl
80
Nich
70
F
HiPt
79
UNCA
74
F
UNCG
74
Mercer
47
F
Bry
65
LongI
81
F
Toled
80
CenMI
68
F
N DA
63
SDak
78
F
TNSt
86
TN-M
91
F
NWSt
55
SeLA
69
F
NDSt
69
IPFW
66
F
LaSal
62
StJos
72
F
ArkSt
70
GaSo
81
F
Albany
80
Hartfo
82
F(OT)
PorSt
66
E WA
68
F
W IL
66
SDSt
86
F
AbCh
67
CenAR
55
F
SFA
79
Lamar
81
F
JackSt
57
MsVl
60
F
Clev
89
YSU
80
F(OT)
Utah
63
Colora
71
F
AF
80
Wyo
72
F
Corn
51
Brown
75
F
JacSt
97
SIU-E
72
F
Vand
57
TexAM
64
F
Brad
68
LoyIL
81
F
How
81
Savan
76
F
Copp
38
Norf
72
F
Alc
46
South
61
F
Seton
71
GTown
77
F(2OT)
TXSo
78
AlSt
68
F
WaSt
69
Cal
76
F
TexPA
75
UMKC
70
F
Stony
50
Vermt
56
F
Princ
58
Harv
66
F
MorSt
78
E KY
77
F
Penn
65
Dart
51
F
WriSt
65
WIMil
62
F
Colum
83
Yale
75
F
Leh
73
LoyMD
92
F
PVAM
72
AlaAM
65
F
UCIrv
68
UCRiv
47
F
McNee
65
HBU
86
F
TXAMC
74
InWor
72
F(OT)
Belm
84
SEMO
66
F
Pacif
73
Pepp
72
F
TxSt
63
SthAL
77
F
Gram
66
ArkPB
70
F
UGA
61
Fla
55
F
APSU
83
Murr
94
F
CSBak
69
GrCan
73
F
IdaSt
62
N CO
71
F
S UT
54
Mont
70
F
USD
73
BYU
87
F
Ariz
47
Oreg
73
F
UtVal
64
CBap
63
F
ColSt
65
NM
77
F
SJSU
56
SDSU
84
F
SCla
78
Portl
62
F
CAPoly
85
LongB
94
F
Sac
90
Ida
94
F
CS-Ful
59
UCDav
66
F
Bois
81
UNLV
85
F(OT)
CSNor
84
HI
73
F

Duke 87, Miami (FL) 57

Mar 2, 2019, 4:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Miami (FL) (12-16)

19

38

57

(3) Duke (25-4)

47

40

87

Barrett, Reddish lead No. 3 Duke past Miami, 87-57
Sat Mar 2, 2019 6:50 PM

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Jack White took the pass from Tre Jones in the left corner, squared to the basket and launched a 3-pointer.

Unlike the previous 28 he shot, this one went in.

His slump is over, and now No. 3 Duke hopes its slide is, too.

The Blue Devils routed Miami 87-57 on Saturday behind 19 points and 10 rebounds from RJ Barrett and 19 points from fellow freshman Cameron Reddish.

With national player of the year candidate Zion Williamson sidelined for a third straight game with a mild right knee sprain, Duke (25-4, 13-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) never trailed and shot 57 percent to bounce back from its second loss in three games - which coincided with Williamson's injury.

"Everyone plays their part in the team and does their thing, but our focus right now is to get Zion healthy and get everyone healthy and feeling good," White said. "Just trying to have everyone playing their best basketball by that point. But you know, it's not just about me - it's a team effort."

White's struggles from 3-point range had taken on a life of their own. He hadn't hit one since Jan. 12 at Florida State, was 0 for 10 in a loss to Syracuse two nights after that and missed all 12 he attempted in the month of February.

"I haven't gone through a stretch like that before in my life," said White, who went 3 for 3 from 3-point range. "Towards the latter end of it, it was more surprising than anything when I'd miss because I'd felt good and I was like, `Why?"'

When he finally swished one with 12:34 left in the first half against the Hurricanes, Cameron Indoor Stadium erupted with arguably its loudest cheers of the season and the Crazies chanted "Jack is back."

"I was really happy for him," Barrett said, "but I had to get back on defense."

It wasn't just a feel-good moment for White and the Blue Devils. It started the run that completely overwhelmed the Hurricanes. Starting with that shot, Duke outscored Miami 36-11 over the final 12-plus minutes of the half.

Chris Lykes, who scored in double figures in 24 of Miami's previous 27 games, finished with four points on 1-of-15 shooting while being hounded by Jones. The Hurricanes trailed by 25 when he hit his only bucket.

Anthony Lawrence and Ebuka Izundu scored 15 points each for the Hurricanes (12-16, 4-12). They have lost nine of 12 and haven't won a road game in more than 12 months.

"For the first time all season, I thought our emotions were maybe a little bit out of control," coach Jim Larranaga said. "We couldn't calm ourselves down to make a free throw or a shot or make a good pass or good decision."

BIG PICTURE

Miami: Asking the depleted Hurricanes to snap their yearlong road losing streak at Cameron seemed like a tall order - even against a Duke team missing its headliner. Miami fell to 0-9 on the road this season, 0-8 in the conference and were playing four days after blowing a 10-point lead in the final 2 minutes of a loss at Wake Forest. It's effectively come to this for the Hurricanes - either win at Virginia Tech next week, or carry their road slide into 2019-20.

Duke: Barrett averages an ACC-best 23.3 points, has led the league in scoring virtually all season and has shouldered the scoring load in Williamson's absence. Barrett entered averaging 24 points, eight rebounds and six assists while shooting 51 percent, and with his godfather - two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash - sitting behind the Duke bench, he finished three assists shy of his second triple-double in two weeks.

"With Zion being out, everybody kind of gets the ball more, everybody has to make more plays," Barrett said.

ZION WATCH

Coach Mike Krzyzewski says there is "no time pressure" on Williamson, adding that the star freshman and second-leading scorer in the ACC "hasn't done anything with contact" since he was injured in the opening minute of a loss to North Carolina on Feb. 21. "We're not in any hurry or whatever," Krzyzewski said.

UP NEXT

Miami: Hosts Pittsburgh on Tuesday night in its final home game.

Duke: Hosts Wake Forest on Tuesday night in its home finale.

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Leaders

Miami (FL) PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
A. Lawrence II 15 0 3 3 2 1
E. Izundu 15 0 0 9 4 1
Duke PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
J. Goldwire 0 0 0 4 0 0
J. Baker 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team Comparison

Mia-FL Duke
Points For 57 87
Field Goals 22/63-35% 36/63-57%
Three Pointers 6/24-25% 6/17-35%
Free Throws 7/12-58% 9/14-64%
Offensive Rebounds 11 12
Defensive Rebounds 18 33
Rebounds 30 49
Blocks 3 4
Steals 11 10
Turnovers 16 16
Personal Fouls 16 14
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2018-2019 Regular Season - Duke Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Sat Mar 2 Mia-FL 57 @ Duke 87 W. Herenton 3 A. Vrankovic 2

Game Information

Stadium: Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, North Carolina
Attendance: 9,314
Game Time: