Game time: 7 p.m. ETTV: ESPN 3
Duke bounced back in strong fashion in its second game with one of its best players sidelined.
Now the top-ranked Blue Devils will face one of their toughest ACC tests Wednesday night at No. 25 Miami, which is off to its best conference start in 15 years despite also being without one of its stars.
The Blue Devils also will be out for revenge after a 78-74 overtime loss to the Hurricanes in Durham in the most recent meeting Feb. 5.
Duke (16-1, 3-1) followed its first loss of this season at North Carolina State with a 73-57 home win against Georgia Tech on Thursday. Without Ryan Kelly for the second straight game - the forward remains out indefinitely with a right foot injury - the Blue Devils played much better.
They had lost three in a row when playing without Kelly dating back to last postseason. He ranks third on the team in 2012-13 with 13.4 points per game.
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