Duke (18-6, 7-4) vs. Virginia (20-4, 9-3)
When: Feb. 13 | 4:30 PM (ET)
Where: Cameron Indoor Stadium
Watch Live: ESPN
THE OPENING TIP
- Duke will look to extend its winning streak to four games when it hosts No. 7 Virginia on Saturday. The Blue Devils have won eight straight at home against ranked teams and have deafeated UVA 16 straight times at Cameron.• Duke leads the NCAA with an .829 (203-42) winning percentage since the start of the 2009-10 season and ranks third nationally with a .947 (107-6) home winnning percentage this decade.
- Duke has had 2,159 minutes played by freshmen this season, eighth-most nationally and fourth-most among major-conference teams.
- Duke employs one of the nation’s most lethal offensive attacks, ranking eighth in the NCAA in scoring offense (84.3) and second the country in adjusted offensive efficiency (122.6).
- Duke ranks 10th nationally in turnover average (10.2) and seventh in offensive turnover percentage (14.6). Matt Jones leads Duke with a 2.29 assist-to-turnover ratio.
- Duke features two of the top six scorers in ACC play, as Grayson Allen (20.8) ranks second and Brandon Ingram (18.4) is sixth in league play.
- Duke averages 9.1 three-pointers per game overall and 9.6 per game in ACC play, both of which lead the league. Duke is shooting 43.5 percent from three-point range and making 10.0 triples per game over its last four contests.
- Allen is on pace to become just the ninth player to lead Duke in both scoring and assists in a season. His average of 20.8 points per game ranks fifth among major-conference players.
- Among ACC freshmen in all games this season, Ingram leads in double-doubles (6) and three-point percentage (.407) and ranks second in scoring (16.9), rebounding (6.7) and blocks (1.6).
- Luke Kennard leads the nation with a .914 free throw percentage, which would rank second in Duke history by a freshman.