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Duke’s senior star had a career night vs. No. 2 Michigan State in the Champions Classic. CHICAGO — This was supposed to be about Marvin Bagley, or Miles Bridges or maybe even Jaren Jackson Jr. The Champions Classic, once deemed The Convention...Show More Summary
Grayson Allen — Duke’s lone senior — scored a career-high 37 points, freshman Trevon Duval had 17 points and 10 assists, and the top-ranked Blue Devils beat No. 2 Michigan State 88-81 in the Champions Classic on Tuesday night in Chicago. The Blue Devils (3-0) lost Marvin Bagley III to an eye injury...
Allen scored a career-high 37 points Tuesday in No. 1 Duke's victory against No. 2 Michigan State
It's too early to tell if controversy will find Grayson Allen again. But early returns suggest the talk about maturity is more than lip service.
RTC is providing coverage of the Champions Classic in Chicago. Three Key Takeaways. Duke’s Grayson Allen Led the Blue Devils to a Marquee Victory (USA Today Images) This should be a game we all want to see again in San Antonio. While...Show More Summary
Grayson Allen scores career-high 37 points as No. 1 Duke tops No. 2 Michigan State 88-81
The Spartans made a comeback but came up short
Allen’s 37 points helped Duke beat MSU. Ugh. Grayson Allen was better than every single mega-recruit on the floor in Duke’s 88-82 win over Michigan State on Tuesday night. There probably weren’t many who enjoyed the 37 points he rained,...Show More Summary
Allen had 37 points on a blistering shooting night that carried the Blue Devils without their top freshman.
It's Grayson Allen, not Marvin Bagley, who delivers early statement for Duke
He’s baaaaaack. The season is young, but college basketball’s most recognizable (and polarizing) face has already made the biggest splash of 2017-18. Grayson Allen scored a career-high 37 points as top-ranked Duke bested No. 2 Michigan...Show More Summary
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It was not a good night for Grayson Allen Haters. Duke’s senior star scored 23 of his 37 points in the second half and Trevon Duval added 17 points, 10 assists and five steals as No. 1 Duke knocked off No. 2 Michigan State in the opener of the Champions Classic on Tuesday night, 88-81.
Marvin Bagley and Trevon Duval nearly created a masterpiece. Duke-Michigan State is off to a rocky start with each team welcoming a flurry of freshmen onto a big stage. Through the struggles there has been some beauty, though. For Duke,...Show More Summary
Grayson Allen said: "What that would symbolize basically is a sentence that everyone knows, 'One nation, under god, with liberty and justice for all.'