Jabari Parker turned good defense into efficient offense by grabbing a rebound and going the length of the court for a high-flying slam against East Carolina. The momentum-shifting play opened up a five-point Blue Devils’ advantage against a pesky Pirates team late in the second half. Parker’s 21-point performance helped sixth-ranked Duke hang on for a 83-74 win. The highly touted freshman became just the second player in school history to score at least 20 points in each of the first five games of his career.
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It’s October! One of the top three months of the year! November is 1st, then March, then October.
Not Ned Yost’s finest hour.
He was probably lying, though.