Who Won the Texas Tech vs. Duke Game?

The texas tech Red Raiders took on the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship last night, and it was a close game! Who came out on top?

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Texas Tech

The texas tech red raiders defeated the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA National Championship game by a score of 75-69. It was a hard fought battle by both teams, but the Red Raiders came out on top. This is the first national championship for texas tech

Team Roster

The texas tech Men’s Basketball team is composed of 12 players. These are the players that have been confirmed to be on the roster for the 2019-2020 season.

Tyreek Smith – Forward
Desmond Bane – Guard
Chris Clarke – Forward
Avery Benson – Guard
Kyler Edwards – Guard
TJ Holyfield – Forward
Jahmi’us Ramsey – Guard
Swedish center Joel Ntambwe

Team Stats

Texas Tech – 75
Duke – 69
Leading Scorers
Texas Tech: Jarrett Culver – 19 points
Duke: RJ Barrett – 21 points
Rebounds
Texas Tech: Tariq Owens – 8
Duke: Zion Williamson – 11
Assists
Texas Tech: Matt Mooney – 5
Duke: Tre Jones – 7

Duke

Duke won the game against Texas Tech with a score of 71-69. This was a close game, but Duke was able to come out on top. Duke will now be moving on to the Elite Eight.

Team Roster

The following is the Duke University men’s basketball team roster for the 2018–19 season.

-Zion Williamson
-R.J. Barrett
-Cam Reddish
-Tre Jones
-Naz Reid
-Marques Bolden
-Joey Baker
-Alex O’Connell
-Jack White
-Jordan Goldwire

Team Stats

In the end, it was the experience of Duke that led them to a win against Texas Tech. Some might say that the game was officiated poorly, and while there were some bad calls, Duke’s players stepped up when it mattered most. Here is a look at the team stats:

Duke:
-Shooting percentage: 45.8%
-Three-point shooting percentage: 33.3%
-Free throw percentage: 61.1%
-Rebounds: 39
-Assists: 16
-Turnovers: 12
-Blocks: 5
-Steals: 7

Texas Tech:
-Shooting percentage: 39.6%
-Three-point shooting percentage: 30%
-Free throw percentage: 70.4%
-Rebounds: 31
-Assists: 12
-Turnovers: 11
-BlocksKeep

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The Game

First Half

Texas Tech was leading Duke 29-28 at halftime in the National Championship game.

Second Half

In the second half, both teams played tough defense, with Duke holding Texas Tech to just 32.1% shooting from the field and 19.4% from three-point range. The Blue Devils offense also struggled, shooting just 33.3% from the field and 25% from three-point range. Despite the poor offensive showing, Duke was able to pull away in the second half thanks to their rebounding advantage. The Blue Devils outrebounded the Red Raiders 31 to 20 in the second half, which helped them secure the victory.

Winner

Duke won the game against Texas Tech with a score of 68-58.

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