Las Vegas releases point spread for Duke-Virginia

Las Vegas releases point spread for Duke-Virginia

The first time Duke and Virginia met up, the home team left with a two-point win. And Las Vegas is predicting the same outcome — a two-point home win — when the two teams play at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN. Only this time, according to, the winner would be Virginia, with the Cavaliers entering Saturday’s showdown as a two-point favorite. Statistics website KenPom, which has Virginia and Duke as its Nos. 1 and 2 teams in the nation, respectively, predicts a more solid Cavalier margin, giving Virginia a 65 percent chance to win the game and projecting a 70-65 Virginia win. Duke, famously without star freshman point guard Tre Jones , won the first game 72-70 after getting unbelievable performances from RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson . Barrett scored 30 points, while Williamson had 27 points and nine rebounds to carry a Duke team that only had […]

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