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Notes: Duke 80, Miami 76
Thursday 03/10/2006  -  Duke Sports Information
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  • J.J. Redick and Shelden Williams recorded their 58th career victory against ACC competition with an 80-76 win over Miami in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament.  Redick and Williams are now tied with Casey Sanders for seventh most wins against ACC schools in both Duke and ACC history.  Next up are Daniel Ewing and Nick Horvath tied in fifth place with 59 victories.
  • J.J. Redick became Duke’s single-season scoring leader with 25 points on 9-of-17 shooting and 5-of-11 from behind the arc.  Redick also hit both his free throws and grabbed three rebounds in a complete 40 minute performance.  He now has 858 points this season, passing Jason Williams’ total of 841 in 2001.
    • Redick and St. Peter’s Keydren Clark are now tied with 435 three-pointers each for the top mark in NCAA history.  Redick broke Virginia’s Curtis Staples’ mark last month but Clark passed Redick during the MAAC Tournament earlier this week.
    •  In addition to setting a new Duke season record for points, Redick jumped from ninth to sixth on the season ACC chart passing N.C. State’s Rodney Monroe (836, 1991), the Wolfpack’s David Thompson (838, 1986) and Williams.  Immediately ahead is North Carolina’s Len Rosenbluth who scored 895 points in 1957.
    • Redick has now scored 86 points in his last three ACC Tournament games while shooting 27-of-50 (54.0 percent) from the field and 14-of-28 (50.0 percent) from behind the arc.  That’s an average of 28.7 per game.
    • In four career games against Miami, Redick has scored 105 points (26.3 per game) and has hit 33-of-62 (53.2 percent) from the field and 22-of-42 (52.4 percent) from behind the arc.
    • Redick now has 66 career games with 20 or more points, most in Duke history, including 24 this season.  The 24 games this season ranks tied for fourth in school history with Dick Groat (1952), Art Heyman (1963) and Jason Williams (2001).  Immediately ahead is Jeff Mullins’ 1964 total of 25 such games.  Redick has now scored 20 or more in 18 of the last 20 games.
    • Redick has scored in double figures in 117 career games, fourth most in Duke history and just one game behind a tie for second place with Mark Alarie and Christian Laettner.  Redick has scored in double figures an ACC-best 32 straight games and in 66 of Duke’s last 68 games dating back to his sophomore season.
    • With a 5-of-11 performance from behind the arc, Redick now has 29 career games with five or more three-pointers made, including nine this season.
    • Redick, the ACC career scoring leader, now has 2,663 career points.  On the NCAA chart, Redick passed Oklahoma’s Wayman Tisdale (2,661) and moved into 21st place in NCAA history.  Immediately ahead is Navy’s David Robinson who scored 2,669 career points for the Midshipmen.
    • Redick has now connected on 117 three-pointers this season and moves past Trajan Langdon and into sole possession of fourth place in Duke history.  Redick’s 121 triples in 2005 is next on the season chart.
  •  Shelden Williams recorded his sixth consecutive double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds and added five blocks in 38 minutes of action.
    • Williams now has 97 career games with 10 or more points, including 29 this season.
    • Williams now has 61 career games with 10 or more rebounds, including 19 this season.  The 60 games is third most in Duke history just one game behind Randy Denton’s 62 such games.
    • Williams now has an ACC-leading 56 career double-doubles, including 18 this season.  His 56 career games marks the third-best mark in school history just two behind Denton’s total of 58 career double-doubles.
    • Williams’ six straight double-doubles is a new Coach K-era record at Duke.
    • Williams now has 31 career games with five or more blocks, 11 more than any other Blue Devil in Duke history.  His 11 also sets a new season standard and tops his mark of 10 in 2005.
    • Williams became the fifth player in ACC history (17th in NCAA history) to record 400 career blocks and now has 402 in his career.
    • Williams became the 10th player in ACC history to record 1,200 career rebounds and is now just one rebound short of Georgia Tech’s Malcolm Mackey’s total of 1,205. 
  •  Duke’s DeMarcus Nelson scored 14 points on 5-of-11 shooting from the field and 4-of-7 from behind the arc, marking his seventh-straight game and ninth of the season in double figures.  Nelson’s four three-pointers is a new career high.
  • Josh McRoberts scored 10 points and grabbed seven boards against Miami, marking his 12th double-figure scoring game of the season and fifth in the last seven games for the Blue Devils.  McRoberts has pulled down seven or more rebounds in eight games this season.¬¬¬¬
  • Greg Paulus scored eight points while hitting two three-pointers and had five assists against zero turnovers for the Blue Devils.  It marked Paulus’ 18th game this season with five or more assists.  It also marked his second game with at least five assists with no turnovers.
  • With the 80-76 win over Miami in the quarterfinals of the 2006 ACC Tournament, Duke ... 
    • is now 78-37 all-time at the ACC Tournament
    • is now 28-15 at the Greensboro Coliseum in the ACC Tournament
    • is now 40-15 under Coach Mike Krzyzewski at the ACC Tournament.  Coach K became the second coach in ACC tournament history to record 40 wins
    • is now 23-2 at the ACC Tournament since 1998
    • is now 21-1 at the ACC Tournament since 1999 with six championships in the last seven years
    • is now 32-8 in 15 tournaments as the No. 1 seed
    • is now 36-16 in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament.
  • Duke’s 12 three-pointers are tied for the third most makes in a game this season while its 32 attempts marks a season-high for the Blue Devils.  The 32 attempts is also the second-highest total for Duke at the ACC Tournament (12-of-33 vs. Maryland on March 10, 2001).
  • Duke improved to 96-20 as the No. 3 ranked team in the AP poll.  Overall, Duke is 856-215 as a ranked team in its history.
  • Duke improved to 155-34 outside of Cameron Indoor Stadium since the 1997-98 season, including an 83-14 mark in neutral court settings.  Duke is 5-0 in neutral court games this season with wins over Drexel and Memphis in the Preseason NIT, Texas at Continental Airlines Arena, Temple in a game at the Wachovia Center and Friday’s game with Miami.
  • Coach Mike Krzyzewski broke a tie with Louisville’s Denny Crum and moved into sole possession of seventh place in NCAA history for most wins at one school.  Coach K now has 676 wins at Duke.  Next on the list in sixth place is UTEP’s Don Haskins with 719.
  • Duke now has 207 wins this decade, 20 more than any other school in the NCAA.  Illinois has 187 entering competition today in the Big Ten tournament. Gonzaga also has 187 wins since the 1999-2000 season.
  • In its 101st season of playing intercollegiate basketball, Duke now has an all-time record of 1,792-810, the fourth highest win total in the NCAA.

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