Duke blasts FSU at home to stay in top half of ACC standings

No. 15 Duke (21-7, 10-5) got a needed win over FSU (16-12, 6-10) at Cameron Indoor on Thursday night. Duke got the win despite letting the Noles hit half their shots. The Blue Devils only had five turnovers while FSU had 15 — 10 of which were steals by Duke — and only committed 14 fouls to FSU’s 21.

Grayson Allen led the scoring for Duke with 18 points and five assists, Brandon Ingram had 16 and six boards, Matt Jones had 11 points and five assists to match Allen’s. Marshall Plumlee had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds to go with a block, two steals and two assists. Duke next plays at Pittsburgh on Sunday.

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