Duke basketball keys to magical March:
AJ Griffin’s Shooting
AJ Griffin has been outstanding this season for the Blue Devils, and Duke will need his hot shooting to continue in the postseason.
It took time for Griffin to get back in the flow of the game after a knee injury sidelined him in high school and at the beginning of his college career. But the White Plains, New York native has dazzled with his shooting abilities.
The freshman is averaging 10.7 points per game and shooting an absurd 48.3-percent from 3-point range.
Duke’s offense is powerful with Paolo Banchero on the inside and Trevor Keels on the outside. However, the Blue Devils must find room for AJ Griffin to get his shots up, and the freshman has to continue to knock them down as the games become more important.