Duke basketball takeaways in victory against Texas Tech
Jeremy Roach is still a Closer
Jeremy Roach hit the dagger against Michigan State in the Round of 32, and he delivered the knockout blow in the Sweet 16 against Texas Tech as well.
After Banchero put the Blue Devils on top with his 3-pointer, Roach came down the floor and hit a fadeaway from the elbow on the next possession and followed that with another elbow jumper on the ensuing possession to put Duke up, 73-68.
Jeremy Roach has consistently improved throughout the season, but the sophomore point guard is becoming one of the stars of March Madness right before everyone’s eyes.
Roach finished with 15 points, four rebounds, five assists, and one steal on 7-of-11 shooting from the floor.
Duke will need more production from its guard against Arkansas as the Razorbacks have one of the best players in the nation, JD Notae.