ATLANTA (AP) -- Grayson Allen and No. 9 Duke ended a two-game losing streak.
''We couldn't lose three in a row,'' Allen said. ''We couldn't let that happen. We were desperate to get this win.''
Allen scored 23 points and Duke beat Georgia Tech 80-69 on Sunday night.
Held to single-digits the last two games in losses at St. John's and North Carolina, Allen was 5 for 14 from the field, including three 3-pointers, and made all 10 of his free throws.
Yante Maten scored 23 points, including a huge 3-pointer to send the game into overtime, and Georgia beat Florida 72-69 to end a three-game losing streak in Southeastern Conference play.
Grayson Allen scores 23 points after being held to single digits the Blue Devils' last two games.
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Grayson Allen scored 28 points and freshman Brandon Ingram added 25 to help No. 20 Duke beat North Carolina State 88-78