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Gerald Henderson scored 24 points Saturday to lead second-seeded Duke to a 74-69 win over Texas in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament. With Duke leading by three with 11.5 seconds left, Henderson grabbed a rebound, was fouled, and made both free throws for the final margin. Kyle Singler added 17 points and seven rebounds before fouling out late for Duke (30-6), which won its 17th ACC Tournament title and advanced to play Villanova in the Sweet 16 in Boston Thursday. A.J.
Jon Scheyer's game-high 29 points Sunday led eighth-ranked Duke to a 79-69 win over No.
Gerald Henderson scored 21 points, nine in the last 2 minutes, Tuesday to lead No. 7 Duke to an 84-81 win over No. 24 Florida State.
Seventh-ranked Duke used 21 points apiece from Kyle Singler and Gerald Henderson Saturday to post a 72-65 win over Virginia Tech. Jon Scheyer added 16 points for the Blue Devils, (24-5, 10-4 ACC), who have won four in a row and moved within a game of fifth-ranked North Carolina in the battle for the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title.
Gerald Henderson scored 19 points Wednesday and No.
Gerald Henderson scored 19 points Thursday and No. 9 Duke overcame late free throw problems to fight off St. John's 76-69. Duke ended a two-game skid with the non-conference victory and improved to 21-5.
James Johnson's layup with less than a second left Wednesday gave No.
Gerald Henderson scored a team-high 17 points Saturday and second-ranked Duke went on to maul Maryland 85-44, the Terrrapins' worst loss ever. Following a 40-15 halftime advantage, Duke began the second half with a 23-8 spurt and maintained its dominance throughout. Duke's biggest lead was 68-24 on Lance Thomas's layup with 12:11 left. Henderson added eight rebounds, four assists and two steals before he went to the bench with 6 minutes remaining. Duke has won 15 games by double digits this...
Gerald Henderson scored 21 points Tuesday -- 17 in the second half -- to pace the No.
Gerald Henderson's 23 points pushed No. 2 Duke to its eighth straight win Saturday, a 76-67 decision over No.
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