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Reid scored 14 of Carolina's final 16 points to help the Tar Heels tie the score at 69 with 1: A Danny Ferry free throw with 52 seconds remaining provided the winning margin for Duke, but not before Carolina forced a turnover and failed to convert on four field goal attempts in the final 30 seconds. This would become the first of three Duke victories in a season sweep over Carolina inincluding the ACC Tournament.
The teams had split the two regular season meetings; Carolina defeating top ranked and then undefeated Duke 91—71 in Cameron in January a game notable for the infamous "J. Can't Reid" placard displayed by some Duke fans then Duke returned the favor in Chapel Hill in the season finale, knocking off Carolina 88— Tensions between coaches Dean Smith and Mike Krzyzewski boiled over during Tournament week, stemming from the Reid sign in Durham in January, and by the time the two teams met in the conference championship, the game had developed the atmosphere of a heavyweight title fight.
Carolina led for much of the game, including a 39—35 halftime lead, but never could pull away. Hubert Davis ' three-point play capped off a Carolina run to give the Tar Heels a 20—19 lead. The teams exchanged the lead 10 times before a Thomas Hill baseline jumper gave the Blue Devils a 39—38 halftime lead. The Tar Heels opened the second half with a 10—0 spurt, but then saw its offense disappear. Carolina hit 12 of 14 free throws during that stretch; including two by Derrick Phelps with Christian Laettner had two shots to tie the game in the final 24 seconds, but missed both.
However, the lasting image from this game had to be Carolina's Eric Montross who took a couple of rough elbows to the face and looked more like a boxer than a center as he sank two late free throws with blood streaming down his face. Bobby Hurley broke his foot during the game, but continued playing. Brian Davis led Duke with 16 points, while Davis scored 16 for Carolina. During the entire season, Duke won every game except this one and a subsequent game versus Wake Forest, both while Hurley had his broken foot.
They seemed out-manned on their home court from the opening tip, falling behind 26—9 in the first half, highlighted by alley-oops by Carolina's Rasheed Wallace and a reverse jam by Jerry Stackhouse over two Blue Devils. However, Duke rallied in the second half and led by as much as 12, before North Carolina staged a rally of its own.
The two squads exchanged leads four times at the end of regulation before heading into overtime. With three seconds left in the first overtime, Carolina led 95—92 and sent Serge Zwikker to the foul line with the chance to ice the game for the heavily favored Tar Heels. However Zwikker missed both free throws, setting up Duke's Jeff Capel for a running, foot heave that tied the game as the buzzer sounded, sending Cameron into a state of euphoria.
With the game still tied late in the second overtime, Donald Williams scored for the Heels and Jeff McInnis stole the inbounds pass for an easy layup, putting Carolina up — Duke answered with a basket of their own and after stopping the Tar Heels, had a chance to force a third overtime or win the game outright.
Nevertheless, Steve Wojciechowski 's jumper missed and Greg Newton 's putback drew nothing but air, preserving Carolina's — victory. Carolina managed to close the gap to 44—42 with The Tar Heels fought back and pulled within one behind scoring from six different players over the next few minutes. Steve Wojciechowski hit a three-pointer to give Duke a 72—68 lead with 1: Shammond Williams answered with a three to cut the Duke lead to one with 58 seconds left, and Carolina forced a turnover on the ensuing inbounds pass.
Duke's Ricky Price could not connect on a jumper at the buzzer, and the Tar Heels escaped. The victory earned Duke the ACC regular-season championship and Coach Mike Krzyzewski his th victory in the most memorable game of the college season. Duke tied the game at 75 on a slashing floater by sophomore Chris Carrawell with 2: Both point guard Ed Cota and freshman center Brendan Haywood had a chance to tie the game from the free-throw line in the waning seconds, but both missed the first of two free throws, and the Tar Heels were unable to turn intentional misses on the second attempts into points.
Shane Battier scored 14 first-half points for Duke and Carolina turned the ball over 14 times to give the Blue Devils a point halftime lead. Duke eventually took a point lead early in the second half. Carolina then turned the tide down the stretch, scoring on 19 of its final 22 possessions, including a three-pointer by Joseph Forte with 5.
The Blue Devils scored on their first six possessions in overtime and got seven points from Carlos Boozer in the extra frame to hold on for the 90—86 victory. Duke turned up the defense late in regulation and went on a 10—0 run, taking a 72—69 lead on two free throws by Luol Deng with 1: Sean May scored on a rebound with 53 seconds to go, but J. Redick restored the three-point lead on a drive with 38 seconds left.
After a Carolina timeout, Jawad Williams hit a game-tying three-pointer with 18 seconds to go and Daniel Ewing missed a potential game-winner for Duke with 3 seconds left. In overtime, Shelden Williams had two blocks and his defense forced Carolina into a second shot clock violation with 22 seconds left.
Redick then made two free throws to make it 81—78 and Rashad McCants drilled the game-tying three that set the stage for Duhon's heroics.
However, they trailed Duke 73—64 with 3: Offensive rebounds and subsequent put-backs by Carolina's Jawad Williams and Marvin Williamsthe latter set up by a Duke turnover, cut the lead to five with two minutes to go. Duke's DeMarcus Nelson then missed the front end of a one-and-one. Sean May then rebounded a miss of his own, and was fouled on the put back; he hit the free throw to make it 73—71 with 1: Misses by Melchionni and J.
Redick gave the ball back to the Tar Heels, but Duke's Shelden Williams came up with a huge block to regain possession for the Blue Devils with less than a minute to go. Duke inbounded the ball and looked to move it quickly up court, but Carolina's David Noel chased down Daniel Ewing from behind and knocked the ball away before he could get a pass off. Raymond Felton came up with the loose ball in a scrum and called for time, setting up a game-tying possession for the Tar Heels — an eerily similar scenario to the game a month earlier at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
This time, he took the ball to the hoop and got fouled with Felton hit the first, but missed the second. However, he redeemed himself for his failure at Cameron, and managed to tip the board to Marvin Williams, who took it straight back up, was fouled with 17 seconds left and banked it in, giving the Tar Heels the lead and blowing the roof off the Smith Center in the process.
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The free throw made it 75—73; Duke called time to set up one final play. Duke's sharpshooter, Redick, got the ball, but his 3-pointer rimmed out with 6.
Ewing's desperation jumper with 4 seconds left was an airball; May grabbed the rebound to run out the clock and seal the 75—73 comeback win.
North Carolina, the defending national champions, had lost the whole core of the team that won it all the year before, but came into the game on a 7-game winning streak. Duke led early 13—2 as Redick caught fire and hit his first five shots. The Tar Heels fought back, cutting the deficit to one by halftime. The Tar Heels stormed out to a 72—62 lead as Hansbrough and Terry starting hitting their shots in the second half.
After a timeout, Duke's Williams hook shot pulled Duke back within eight, but Hansbrough recovered a loose ball 25 feet from the hoop answered with a three-pointer to beat the shot clock. DeMarcus Nelson then hit 3-pointers on 3 successive possessions to put the Devils back to within 3 with 1: However, that was as close as it would get.
The Heels hit their free throws down the stretch, Redick missed 15 of his last 16 shots, and DeMarcus Nelson shot an air ball that resulted in a shot clock violation that prevented a late Duke rally, leading to a final score of 83— The game was watched by 3. The most memorable part of this game was a combative foul by Gerald Henderson when his elbow contacted Tyler Hansbrough's nose on a hard foul attempt with The contact broke Hansbrough's nose, drawing blood.
The officials charged Henderson with a combative foul and ejected him from the game.
After the foul, Hansbrough jumped up with blood streaming from his nose, but was calmed by his teammate Dewey Burke, before heading to the locker room for medical attention. Since then, both Hansbrough and Henderson have stated the foul was unintentional. With just 14 seconds left in the game, Tyler Zeller accidentally tipped the ball into the Duke basket on a Duke 3-point shot by Ryan Kelly. Duke was awarded 2 points on the tip in by Zeller leaving Carolina with a 1-point lead.
Duke's Tyler Thornton fouled Zeller who made his first shot but missed his second leaving Carolina with a 2-point lead. Duke brought the ball up court following the defensive rebound off Zeller's missed free throw and Duke guard Austin Rivers hit the game-winning 3 as time expired.
Rivers finished the game with a career high 29 points, including six three-pointers. RamesesUNC's famed live mascot, died the next day. Once the game started Duke jumped right out of the gate with an lead early in the game thanks to hot shooting. UNC would respond by outscoring Duke over the next several minutes of the 1st half to cut Duke's lead down to with around 4 minutes left in the 1st half. Duke then went on a run over the next 2 minutes to get their largest lead of the game at with 2 minutes left in the half.
UNC would score the last 6 points of the half to cut Duke's lead down to at halftime. In the 2nd half almost everything went UNC's way as UNC started dominating the post and eventually built their largest lead of the game over Duke with 4 minutes left in regulation to complete a run over Duke in an minute span.
In overtime, the game was filled with missed free throws, missed shots, fouls, turnovers, lead changes and ties with Duke eventually winning the game Joel Berry IIwho came off the bench so seniors could start, and Luke Kennard led the way for their respective teams and would score 28 points each.
Berry made each of his five attempted three-pointers in the first half to supplement Isaiah Hicks's success in the post for UNC, while Duke's Kennard, Grayson Allenand Jayson Tatum enjoyed success from outside the arc, including a bank shot for Kennard and a four-point play for Allen. Neither team led by more than four points in the first half, which ended with a lead for UNC. In the second half, UNC stayed in front or tied until Frank Jackson would give Duke the lead on a free throw with fifteen minutes left in the regulation.
In a game that ultimately featured 24 lead changes and 14 ties, Justin Jackson put UNC up on a straightaway three-pointer after missing his first six attempts from outside the arc. After Jackson's shot, Duke would get as close as down by one but Berry scored seven straight points to keep UNC ahead.
Approach the Green 0. After originally being selected as a Captain's Assistant for the United States Ryder Cup team, was later selected as a captain's pick and played in the event for the eighth time. Was selected as a captain's pick for the United States in the Ryder Cup and made his eighth start in the biennial team event. Played in his first Ryder Cup since and failed to score any points for the U. Shared the first-round lead with Rickie Fowler 5-under 65 and the second-round lead with Rose 7-under before moving to a three-stroke lead over Rory McIlroy following a third-round 5-under His 80th TOUR win came in his th start at the age of 42 years, 8 months and 24 days.
By comparison, Snead was 47 when he won his 80th title. Marked his 15th appearance in the TOUR Championship first sincewith nine top showings at the event, including three wins and four runner-up finishes. Despite not hitting a fairway until the 10th hole Sunday, made eight birdies and two bogeys to post a 6-under 64, tying the day's low round.
Finished solo-second at undertwo strokes behind Brooks Koepka. A win would have marked his first major championship title since the U. Open, a span of 3, days.
Week was highlighted by a third-round 66, his lowest round in a major since a 66 in the second round of the Masters.
Posted rounds ofthe first time since the Masters Tournament T4 he recorded four par-or-better rounds in a major. Paired with eventual-champion Francesco Molinari, entered the final round four shots off the lead. Took the solo-lead at 7-under after nine holes, one ahead of Molinari and Jordan Spieth, but his lead disappeared with a double bogey at No.
The finish moved him to No. Ranked seventh in Strokes Gained: Putting for the week 4. After climbing into a share of the lead during the third round at under par, played his last 21 holes of the Memorial Tournament in 2-over to finish T23 at 9-under Was under on the front nine for the week at Muirfield Village and 4-over on the back nine.
For the weekend, played holes in under and holes in 4-over.
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With his best score of the week a 3-under 68 in the third round, finished T55 in his first start at the Wells Fargo Championship since Failed to record a birdie in the final round 3-over It was the 11th time in his career as a professional where he failed to post a birdie in a round, and the first time since the final round of the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship at Doral. With a final-round 3-under 69, earned a T32 finish at the Masters Tournament.
Back-nine 3-under 33 in the final round was his first sub-par nine at Augusta National since a front-nine 4-under 32 in the third round in Made his first eagle of the season at No. Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard: In his first start in the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard since his win infinished T5 after a final-round