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North Carolina vs Duke

The North Carolina Tar Heels will play the Duke Blue Devils in one of the college basketball games on Saturday, start time at 8:15 PM ET, at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC. North Carolina vs Duke live stream is on WatchESPN. Duke vs North Carolina tv channel schedule is on ESPN.
The No. 9 North Carolina Tar Heels (22-8) are coming from a 91-88 loss to the Miami Hurricanes in which Joel Berry II scored 31 points in 11 of 17 shooting from the field and 4 of 7 from the free throw line.

On the season, North Carolina basketball averages 83.6 points, 42.7 rebounds and 18.2 assists per game. Defensively, North Carolina basketball yields 74.0 points per game against the opposing teams.

Five players are averaging at least 9.9 points per game for North Carolina, they are Joel Berry II (18.2), Luke Maye (17.9), Cameron Johnson (13.1), Kenny Williams (11.2) and Theo Pinson (9.9). Maye leads in rebounds with 10.2 while Pinson tops in assists with 4.8 per game

Analysis: North Carolina vs. Duke remains one of the most heated rivalries in sports, and it stands out among a jam-packed final weekend of the regular season (Big Ten Tournament notwithstanding). North Carolina will be playing in Durham against Duke, as UNC tries to close its season out strong. North Carolina is trying to jump Clemson for No. 3 in the ACC standings, and can do so with a win and a Clemson loss against Syracuse. Duke is locked up at No. 2 in the ACC, trailing Virginia.

The last time these two teams played, North Carolina won by four in a shootout of a game. Marvin Bagley III had a sterling game for Duke, putting up 15 points alongside 16 rebounds. However, the UNC guard combination of Joel Berry II and Kenny Williams was ultimately too much for Duke. With both of these teams losing nail-biters earlier in the week (UNC by one to Virginia Tech and Duke on an insane buzzer beater against Miami), they’re looking to carry momentum into tournament play with a late-season win. North Carolina and Duke playing a March game as legitimate Final Four threats. You don’t get more March than that.