UNC Vs. Duke Score Update: Blue Devils Finally Getting Into The Game

UNC are still in control at Cameron Indoor, but Duke are finally showing signs of life and it appears this might become a contest. After the North Carolina Tar Heels got off to an extremely dominant start, the Duke Blue Devils have finally managed to make a few shots to get themselves back into the game. UNC leads 30-17 at the under-eight minute media timeout in the first half

Duke started 0-7 from behind the arc and at one point missed 13 shots in a row, but made a few shots in the last four minutes. Austin Rivers and Seth Curry were both able to hit from behind the arc, but 2-9 from three-point land isn't going to do it for Duke. They're going to have to make 10 or so three-point shots at a 35-40 percent clip to stay competitive with UNC.

The Heels are also dominating on the boards as well as the scoreboard. They have a 17-6 advantage in that department. Rivers and Harrison Barnes are joint-leading scorers in this game with eight points apiece.

For more on the Tar Heels, visit UNC blog Carolina March. For more on the Blue Devils, check out Duke blog Duke Basketball Report. For all news and information regarding college hoops, head over to SB Nation's dedicated NCAA basketball hub.

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