1. If hopeful future foes question the Duke bench, however, today’s 88-50 blowout of presumptive CAA top-echelon challenger Delaware showed there’s more where the starting five came from.
Given 21 minutes in the easy win, 6’8″ freshman Amile Jefferson made an impression, scoring 12 points and grabbing six boards as Plumlee and Kelly rested. Fellow newbie Alex Murphy chipped in 10 and seven, along with a block.
Neither player had sniffed double figures in minutes, points or anything other than splinters as the Blue Devils punched their way through a brutal early schedule that included wins over Kentucky, Louisville and Ohio State. Opportunity knocked against a lesser foe, and both tyros answered with authority.
(via Freshmen emerge in Duke blowout of Delaware | CollegeBasketballTalk)

    If hopeful future foes question the Duke bench, however, today’s 88-50 blowout of presumptive CAA top-echelon challenger Delaware showed there’s more where the starting five came from.

    Given 21 minutes in the easy win, 6’8″ freshman Amile Jefferson made an impression, scoring 12 points and grabbing six boards as Plumlee and Kelly rested. Fellow newbie Alex Murphy chipped in 10 and seven, along with a block.

    Neither player had sniffed double figures in minutes, points or anything other than splinters as the Blue Devils punched their way through a brutal early schedule that included wins over Kentucky, Louisville and Ohio State. Opportunity knocked against a lesser foe, and both tyros answered with authority.

    (via Freshmen emerge in Duke blowout of Delaware | CollegeBasketballTalk)

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