Duke forward Wendell Carter Jr. (34) jams home a dunk over the Louisville defense in the first half of play. Duke battled Louisville at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Duke forward Wendell Carter Jr. (34) jams home a dunk over the Louisville defense in the first half of play. Duke battled Louisville at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Duke

Duke’s win over Louisville in 9 tweets

By Jonas Pope IV, Jonathan M. Alexander And Luke DeCock

jpope@heraldsun.com

jalexander@newsobserver.com

ldecock@newsobserver.com

February 21, 2018 10:55 PM

DURHAM

Duke beat writer Jonathan M. Alexander and N&O columnist Luke DeCock were in Durham for Duke’s 82-56 win over Louisville. Here are some of their top tweets from the game.

Louisville's fans even look stunned into submission. Been a rough week for them.

— Luke DeCock (@LukeDeCock) February 22, 2018

Wendell Carter comes up limping under the Duke basket, then blocks two shots at the other end. (The second was goaltending.)

— Luke DeCock (@LukeDeCock) February 22, 2018

Wendell Carter comes up limping under the Duke basket, then blocks two shots at the other end. (The second was goaltending.)

— Luke DeCock (@LukeDeCock) February 22, 2018

Javin Delaurier with a couple putback dunks and the Duke lead is 10, 25-15. Louisville not really keeping up at the moment.

— Luke DeCock (@LukeDeCock) February 22, 2018

Duke honoring retiring ESPN broadcaster Mike Patrick at the under-16. Duke up 10-6.

— Luke DeCock (@LukeDeCock) February 22, 2018

Whatever funk Trevon Duval was in a few games ago, he's out of it.

— Jonathan M Alexander (@jonmalexander) February 22, 2018

Wendell Carter's mom and dad were ready for their son to dunk on that Louisville defender.

— Jonathan M Alexander (@jonmalexander) February 22, 2018

Wendell Carter's mom and dad were ready for their son to dunk on that Louisville defender.

— Jonathan M Alexander (@jonmalexander) February 22, 2018

Allen is getting his knee wrapped on the sideline. He'll stay in.

— Jonathan M Alexander (@jonmalexander) February 22, 2018

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