Chapel Hill, NC – Check out updates from Lauren Brownlow live from Cameron’s indoor stadium for Mike Krzyzewski’s final game.
The second TV timeout – Duke closed the deficit to 15-14. The blue devils seemed to have settled down. Manek with another big three behind Tar Heels.
The first TV timeout – UNC leads 11-4. So far, Duke has gained some turnover. Armando Bacot was sent off after a foul.
6:14 pm: Alumnus of the Duke Julie Williams sings the national anthem and we are about to be here in Cameron.
18:03: Krzyzewski walked through a group of his former players standing on either side of him, to a standing ovation, dressed in white to match Duke’s white long-sleeved T-shirt worn by all his players.
17:59: Here in Cameron, the lights go out and a procession of former Duke players begins to enter the ceremony before the game. Many of them have phones that they hold to film the crowd, which also takes pictures of them. They form a tunnel of players, one on each side,
5:39 pm: UNC goes out on its last warm-up round under a loud chorus.
17:34: Duke goes through the last round of warm-up before the game.
5:08 pm: The crowd is mostly students as other ticket holders sign up, but the ESPN GameDay team has fun with them during promotional breaks.
4:59 pm: Duke fans and spectators at the game are pounding through all the doors behind the indoor Cameron Stadium, waiting for the clock to strike 5:00 to let them go.
4:45 pm: Duke Junior Wendel Moore enters the gym (which is also a media area) with a special guest: NBA legend Dirk Novitsky, who came to the game and wanted to see Duke’s objects. Moore was impressed like no one and was photographed with the legend.
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