UNC Vs. Duke Score Update: Blue Devils Cutting Into Lead Again

The North Carolina Tar Heels appear to have built up an insurmountable lead, but things are certainly getting interesting at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Duke Blue Devils are on a 12-3 run at the under-eight minute media timeout in the second half, and UNC leads 71-57. That 14-point lead is significantly smaller than the Tar Heels' biggest lead, which was 26 points.

Duke have scored the last three baskets in the game, including a three by Seth Curry. They forced a turnover by UNC just before the timeout, and will have the ball when play starts again. In the absence of Miles Plumlee, who was having an excellent game before a fourth foul forced him to the bench, Mason Plumlee has stepped up in in recent minutes. He now has 14 points and four rebounds.

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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