ACC Tournament 2011: Could Maryland or NC State Knock off a Reeling Duke Team?
The ACC Tournament features two top 10 teams in the country, and the No. 2 seed Duke Blue Devils (27-4, 13-3 ACC) are entering postseason play with a vengeance.
Much to the chagrin of fans across the country, Duke is not done. The media is questioning if they have what it takes to make another run at the Final Four, but you have to remember that this team may be better than the one that cut down the nets last season.
Duke has the senior leadership in Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler. Smith was the first ever player to lead the ACC in scoring and assists, while Singler is still an integral part of this team.
They also have Seth Curry to knock down big shots from the outside, and the Plumlee twins give them big minutes inside.
Duke is going to be a very difficult out. There is no chance that they drop their opening game against either Maryland or North Carolina State.
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