Coby White’s 21 points lead No. 3 UNC past No. 4 Duke

Zion Williamson Still Out Anyone Worried Yet

Zion Williamson Still Out Anyone Worried Yet

He suffered the injury in Duke's first matchup with North Carolina on February 20. "I think it bothers him that he hasn't been with us".

With the win over Duke on Saturday, North Carolina earned the season sweep for the first time since the 2008-2009 campaign.

Duke: The Blue Devils have a bye as the No. 3 seed into Thursday's quarterfinals at the ACC Tournament.

Krzyzewski said he is unsure of the severity of the injury. "I'm proud of the fact that our guys put us in that position". I have to be careful not to push this, to give him a chance to get in game shape.

While an ACL injury certainly would have ended Bolden's season, the MCL sprain still leaves his status in jeopardy for the ACC and NCAA tournaments.

Williamson ranks second in the league in scoring, averaging 21.6 points.

Duke's depth struggles have been a trend in the five games since Williamson went down, two of them losses to North Carolina and Virginia Tech.

Krzyzewski admitted Williamson, projected as the possible No. 1 pick in the National Basketball Association draft in June, would have liked to have played one more game at Cameron.

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"It's OK if you need to go, it's all right", Williams said as arena staff brought ladders onto the court.

"We're not concerned about that", Krzyzewski said.

"He'd love to play Saturday, too, if he's ready", Krzyzewski said. "I'm not sure that he will be ready".

In the end, none of Wake Forest's misses were bigger than Chaundee Brown's would-be game-winning putback that rolled off the rim as time expired.

Duke University star Zion Williamson, among this year's top NBA Draft prospects, missed his fifth game in a row Saturday due to injury after his Nike shoe blew apart in a game. He was helped to the locker room and did not return to the game.

With just over nine minutes left in the game, Duke had cut UNC's lead to four points.

"It's not the greatest feeling losing to them", Duke freshman point guard Tre Jones said. The Blue Devils shot 23.1 percent in the second half to finish at 34.2 percent for the game.

A team once viewed as a juggernaut is showing considerable vulnerabilities that may or may not be solved with the return of Williamson if he indeed does suit up again for the Blue Devils. "He bumped knees real hard".

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