Duke vs. Oregon State on Thanksgiving



Duke Basketball had a rough time in the first half against Bellarmine on Monday night, as the veteran Knights used their high-concept offensive scheme to mess the Blue Devils defensive end and their defense packed the lane, turning Duke on a perimeter shooting team. In the end, the #8 ranked Blue Devils took the lead with a great second half, outscoring their visitors 33-24 on 40% shooting from three points during the game.

The competition level rises a bit on Thanksgiving afternoon when Jon Scheyer’s team heads west for the Phil Knight Legacy Tournament in Portland, Oregon. His opening game in the four-day event (Duke will play three games in that stretch) is against the 3-1 Oregon State Beavers.

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HOW TO FOLLOW
Duke (4-1, 0-0 ACC) vs. Oregon State (3-1, 0-0 PAC-12)
Thursday, November 24, 2022 • 3:00 p.m.
Veterans Memorial Coliseum (12,888) • Portland, Ore. (Phil Knight Legacy)
Television/Broadcast • ACC network watch ESPN
Radio LEARFIELD Blue Devils Sports Net

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The Blue Devils will be the big favorites going into the game, as they ESPN’s FPI has them with a 90.2% probability to come out victorious. KenPom.com also sees Duke with a great chance to continue their winning ways, giving them a 97% chance to start PK85 with a win.

Kyle Filipowski he has led the way for Duke in the opening games of the season, pacing the team in points (15.6), rebounds (10.4) and blocks (1.4) with a strong start to his college career at just 25 minutes per game. Junior captain Jeremy Roach is second on the team in scoring and leads the Blue Devils with 3.6 assists per game and 1.2 steals. Mark Mitchell trails just behind Roach with 11.6 points per game, led by his impressive team-leading 3-point shooting (50%) and free throws (87.5%).

Here’s more from Duke Sports Information on what to expect before Thursday’s game.

  • After Thursday’s game, Duke will face either Florida or Xavier on Friday, with a matchup on Sunday against Gonzaga, Portland State, Purdue or West Virginia.
  • The Blue Devils have ushered in the Jon Scheyer era with a priority on defense and rebounding, ranking in the top 10 nationally in rebounding and allowing the second fewest points in the first five games of the season in the season. modern era of the program (since 1948-49).
  • As of November 22, Duke is 10th nationally in scoring defense (53.2), 3rd in rebounding margin (+17.8), 9th in rebounding (45.2), and 5th nationally in offensive rebounding (16,8).
  • Duke has opened the season with a double-digit advantage in rebounding margin in each of its first five games, tying the program record for longest stretch (at any time this season). It previously happened in 2017-18, 1998-98, in 1962-63 and 1960-61.
  • The ACC Rookie of the Week in each of the first two weeks of the season, Kyle Filipowski is the leading scorer (15.6) and rebounder (10.4) for Duke. After becoming the first Duke freshman all-time with three consecutive double-doubles to open a career, he enters the Phil Knight Legacy with consecutive games of 18 points and eight rebounds.

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