The texas tech vs Duke game was a close one, but ultimately texas tech came out on top. If you want to know all the details of the game, be sure to check out our blog post.
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The texas tech red raiders faced off against the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA National Championship game on April 8th, 2019.
(adds list of names with positions and class year next to each name)
-Jarrett Culver (G, Sophomore)
-Matt Mooney (G, Senior)
-Tariq Owens (F, Grad Student)
-Brandone Francis (G, Junior)
-Davide Moretti (G, Sophomore)
texas tech won the game against Duke with a score of 69-58. Here are the game statistics:
-Duke made 24 out of 63 attempted shots, resulting in a 38.1% shooting percentage.
-Texas Tech made 28 out of 61 attempted shots, resulting in a 45.9% shooting percentage.
-Duke had 8 turnovers while Texas Tech had 11 turnovers.
Duke won the game against Texas Tech with a score of 66-31. This was Duke’s first win of the season. Duke played a great game on both sides of the ball.
The 2018–19 Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball team represents Duke University during the 2018–19 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season. The Blue Devils are coached by Mike Krzyzewski in his 41st season as head coach. The team plays its home games at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Forward Zion Williamson (2)
Guard RJ Barrett (5)
Guard Cam Reddish (2)
Forward/Center Marques Bolden (20)
Guard Trevon Duval (1)
Guard Alex O’Connell (15)
Center Javin DeLaurier (12)
Forward Jack White (13)
Duke won the game against Texas Tech with a score of 71-69. This was a very close game, and both teams played their best. Duke’s leading scorer was RJ Barrett, who had 22 points. For Texas Tech, Matt Mooney led the team with 16 points.
Duke won the game against Texas Tech with a score of 69-58.
The Final Four this year was an interesting matchup between two number one seeds, Texas Tech and Duke. The game was close throughout, but in the end, Duke emerged victorious with a final score of 68-67.
Duke started the game strong, jump