Heeled After Halftime


Duke's bonfire permit may have been revoked, but it was No. 3 North Carolina which ensured the No. 6 Blue Devils wouldn't be burning benches anytime soon. This time, though, it wasn't who extinguished the Cameron Crazies' pyrotechnic dreams, but rather, doing his best impression of an NBA star. Lawson, who scored 21 of his season-high 25 points in the second half to help them run away from Duke 101-87. (Duke Chronicle)

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