Duke basketball X-Factors in Final Four:
Trevor Keels is very similar to AJ Griffin.
Duke needs production from the freshman guard, but Keels has not been playing well in this recent stretch.
Keels drilled a massive shot in the second half against Michigan State and did the same at the halftime buzzer against Arkansas. That will hopefully get the Virginia native going for the Blue Devils in the Final Four.
Perhaps coming off the bench has been an adjustment that Trevor Keels has been unable to handle in the NCAA Tournament, but the shooting guard will likely be only one of two players to be utilized as a reserve by Mike Krzyzewski this weekend.
Duke needs the Trevor Keels that poured in 25 points in the season opener against Kentucky or the Trevor Keels that fired 27 points against Pittsburgh in the penultimate game of the regular season.