Duke Virginia Point Spread: ACC Final

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Mar/15/2014
Duke Virginia Point Spread:  ACC Final

The Duke Virginia point spread was coming in at Blue Devils -1.5 for this ACC Men’s Tournament Final game at 1 pm EDT on ESPN.  Duke was seeing about 60% of the early action here for what should be a heavily bet on game.  Use your credit card to bet this game LIVE, every play right up to the final minute at BetOnline and claim up to $1000 in FREE BETS here.

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Duke pulled off the 75-67 victory over North Carolina State on Saturday. 

Jabari Parker has scored 20 points in 17 games this season, the 2nd-most by any freshman in ACC history.

Duke outscored North Carolina State 15-13 on second-chance points despite allowing two more offensive rebounds to the Wolfpack. The Blue Devils average 13.3 second-chance points per game, tied with North Carolina for the most in the ACC.

The road to the final wasn’t easy for Virginia, who managed to squeak by Pittsburgh with a 51-48 victory.

Virginia held Pittsburgh to 11 points on 16% (4-of-25) shooting on field goal attempts outside 5 feet Saturday. Offensively, the Cavaliers were at their best attacking the rim as well as they scored 26 points at the rim on 76% (13-of-17) shooting but shot 28% (8-of-28) on attempts beyond 5 feet. 

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01:00 PM

889

Duke

   

-1½

-110

o

           

 

890

Virginia

   

+1½

-110

o

           

 

 

01:00 PM

891

Saint Josephs

   

+4½

-115

o

           

 

892

Virginia Commonwealth

   

-4½

-105

o

           

 

 

01:00 PM

893

Louisiana-Lafayette

   

+7

-110

o

           

 

894

Georgia State

   

-7

-110

o

           

 

 

03:15 PM

895

Kentucky

   

+5½

-110

o

           

 

896

Florida

   

-5½

-110

o

           

 

 

03:30 PM

897

Michigan State

   

-3

-110

o

           

 

898

Michigan

   

+3

-110

o

           

 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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