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Duke rallied to beat Wake Forest on Saturday afternoon in what could be a turning point for the season. Their reward? A trip to Notre Dame. Here’s what you need to know about the match-up.
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The game will be nationally televised ESPN family of networks beginning at 7:00 PM EST with Rece Davis (Play-by-play) and Dan Dakich (Analyst) on the call.

You may also watch the game online via ESPN’s WatchESPN app. [LINK]


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Depending on the source, Duke and Notre Dame have a game line of “even”.

(Courtesy of Duke Sports Information)

Led by Luke Kennard (20.4), Duke is one of three major-conference teams with three players averaging at least 15.0 points (also Arizona State and UCLA). Kennard and Jayson Tatum score a combined 36.2 points per game, making them the second- highest scoring duo in the ACC. At a combined 35.7 points per game, Kennard and Grayson Allen rank third among ACC scoring duos. Kennard is on pace to play 1,073 minutes just in the regular season. Despite the heavy workload, he ranks second in the ACC in scoring and leads ACC guards with a .544 field goal percentage.

Tatum is the second-leading freshman scorer in the ACC with an average of 15.8 per night. His average is on pace to rank sixth among freshmen in Duke history.

Duke’s best perimeter defender, Matt Jones also ranks third in the ACC in steals (1.8) and accounts for nearly a third of Duke’s steals on the season.

Duke’s best perimeter defender, Jones also ranks third in the ACC in steals (1.9) and accounts for nearly a third of Duke’s steals on the season.

Duke is 9-1 this season and 34-3 in his career when Amile Jefferson has a team-high in rebounds.

Duke ranks 14th nationally in adjusted offensive efficiency (points scored per 100 possessions) at a rate of 118.6. The Blue Devils are the only team to finish in the nation’s top 10 in adjusted offensive efficiency in each of the last eight years.

Duke has made a total of 372 free throws (17.7 per game) on the season, which ranks 47th nationally. The Blue Devils average 18.4 fouls per game and have outscored teams by a total of 122 points (5.8 per game) from the free throw line.

Duke has turned the ball over via an opponent steal on just 6.4 percent of its possessions this season, the 12th-best rate in the country. Duke’s 6.4 percent offensive steal rating is also third-best among major conference teams.

Duke has won 20 or more games 51 times in its 111-plus years of basketball. Including its 25-10 mark last season, Duke has won at least 20 games for 20 consecutive seasons. The Blue Devils have recorded 30 or more wins 14 times under Coach K, the most by a coach in NCAA history.

Duke is forcing teams into an average of 14.1 turnovers per game this season and converting them into an average of 17.6 points. The Blue Devils have an average margin of +5.3 points per game off of turnovers.

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