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Duke won the game last night against texas tech with a score of 71-69. This was a close game and went into overtime. Duke is now moving on to the Elite Eight.
Duke beat texas tech last night 85-81.
Texas Tech’s Score
The final score of the game was Duke 75 and Texas Tech 69.
Duke and Texas Tech faced off in the NCAA National Championship game last night, and it was a close one. Duke came out on top, winning by a single point. Here are the highlights from the game.
Duke’s highlights from their win against Texas Tech last night include:
-RJ Barrett’s 31 points
-Zion Williamson’s 28 points
-Cam Reddish’s 22 points
Duke outscored Texas Tech in the second half by 14 points and won 85-72.
Texas Tech’s Highlights
Texas Tech had an impressive victory last night against Duke, 92-63. The top highlights from the game are as follows:
-Texas Tech started the game on an 11-0 run and never looked back
-The Red Raiders had 5 players in double figures, led by Jarrett Culver with 22 points
-Texas Tech shot 50% from the field and made 10 3-pointers
-The Red Raiders held Duke to just 63 points, which is well below their season average of 87 points per game
It was a complete team effort by Texas Tech and they will now move on to the Elite Eight where they will face Purdue.
Zion Williamson put on an absolute show last night, leading the Duke Blue Devils to a victory over the texas tech red raiders Williamson finished the game with 32 points, 11 rebounds, and 4 assists, and was a big reason why Duke was able to pull away in the second half. He was named the MVP of the game, and it was well deserved.
Duke’s player of the game was RJ Barrett, who finished with a game-high 30 points on 12-of-24 shooting, including 3-of-6 from three-point range, to go along with nine rebounds, five assists and two steals in 38 minutes.
Texas Tech’s MVP
Texas Tech’s MVP last night was freshman guard Jahmal McMurray. McMurray, who is from Chicago, scored 19 points in the Red Raiders’ 71-69 win over Duke. He made four three-pointers in the second half, including one with 19 seconds left that gave Texas Tech a 70-69 lead. McMurray also had two assists and two steals in the game.