Joe D'Amico's NCAAB Free Winner
North Carolina vs. Duke,
03/03/2012 19:00 EDT,
Score: 88 - 70
Point Spread: -1½/-110 North Carolina
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Let's talk about the biggest matchup on Saturdays card in North Carolina @ Duke. This is the game that decides who takes the crown in the ACC. Both teams are 13-2 in Conference play and 26-4 overall. But Duke right now is the top seed in next week's Conference Tourney and they are in line for the #1 regional seed in the Big Show. But that can all change with a North Carolina win here. In their first meeting, Zeller accidentally tipped in a Blue Devil's shot late in the game then missed 2 Free Throws with under a minute left. On the final second of the game, Rivers hit a 3-pointer to give Duke an 85-84 win. North Carolina blew a 10-point lead. That doesn't sit well with this unit. In that game Duke hit 14 from beyond the arc. (That ain't going to happen again). With all those factors, they still barely eked by. When the Tar Heels lost Strickland in January, there were doubts, but Roy Williams' squad won 11 of their L12 SU. Barnes, Zeller, and Henson are big, strong, and deadly. They match up well with Plumlee, Kelly, Curry, and Rivers. I expect the erratic Blue Devil's defense to once again have trouble with Barnes. I look for the Forward to score at will like he did in the first matchup when he lit up Coach K's boys for 24 points. North Carolina has more strength down low and the far superior stop unit. Don't forget about the revenge factor here, either. The road team is 8-2 ATS their L10 meetings. The Tar Heels are 5-1 ATS their L6 games played at the Blue Devil's and the Blue Devils are 1-7 ATS their L8 games played at home. I like North Carolina here. That's what I like. What I LOVE is my Saturday Guaranteed winners that you can get right here. This is Joe D'Amico. Thank you.