Mar 8, 2014; Durham, NC, USA; Duke Blue Devils head coach Mike Krzyzewski argues a call by an official in their game against the North Carolina Tar Heels at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Dolejs-USA TODAY Sports

North Carolina at Duke final score: Jabari Parker scores new career-high 30 in Blue Devils win


As is usually the case, the end of the college basketball regular season in the ACC brings us the second match up of the season between the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels, and on Saturday, Coach K’s bunch exacted their revenge on the earlier loss, 93-81 inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.

If this was the last time the Duke crowd gets to see Jabari Parker on the home floor, they certainly got a performance to remember for the rest of their lives as the freshman turned in the best performance of his short career, dropping in 30 points and adding in 11 rebounds, one of the best outings for any one player in this huge rivalry.

Rodney Hood also came to play for Duke as he put in 22 points on the night and grabbed two rebounds.

Duke showed tremendous versatility in bouncing back from that heartbreaking upset to Wake Forest this past week, and both teams can now turn their attention to the upcoming ACC Tournament in Greensboro.

 

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  • Oliver Williams

    The better team won!! If Duke play’s this way who now how far they will go?? Hopefully UNC will be right there with them..GO ACC.