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NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Second Round
South Carolina Gamecocks vs Duke Blue Devils
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 08:40 PM ET
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
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The winner advances to the Sweet 16 to play the victor of USC vs Baylor.
No. 2 Duke is the clear favorite. The Blue Devils entered the NCAA tournament with a lot of momentum after winning four games in four days en route to the 2017 ACC tournament title. They then cruised to a decisive 22-point victory over Troy in the Round of 64. They face a No. 7 South Carolina team that won its first NCAA tournament game in 44 years on Friday, also by a 20-point margin.
Duke has a powerhouse starting lineup led by a projected lottery pick in Jayson Tatum. In Friday’s opening round, Tatum had a well-rounded game with 18 points, 12 rebounds, four steals, and four blocks. He could potentially be joined by three more picks in the 2017 NBA draft in Luke Kennard, Harry Giles, and Grayson Allen. The Blue Devils were the preseason No. 1 and initially struggled to live up to expectations but now appear to be the team everyone always expected them to be.
Meanwhile, Frank Martin has turned around the Gamecocks in his fifth year. South Carolina is led by its star backcourt of Sindarius Thornwell and PJ Dozier.
What’s interesting about this game, though, is the anticipated setting. The match would’ve taken place in Greensboro, N.C., but the NCAA decided last fall to relocate all championship events from the state because of its anti-LGBTQ HB2 law, which Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has called “a stupid thing” he would repeal. By rescheduling games in Greenville, S.C., the NCAA has given South Carolina an automatic home-court advantage.