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Duke’s freshmen take step forward in ACC opener

Posted on December 18, 2020

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They’re some of the top basketball recruits in the nation, but they also are essentially strangers in this oddest of seasons. The COVID-19 pandemic slowed their transitioned to highlighting individual skills in AAU ball to executing the Division I college game.

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