Louisville led 59–36 with just over nine minutes remaining but couldn't hold the Blue Devils back.
No. 2 Duke stunned No. 16 Louisville 71–69 in an improbable second-half comeback on Tuesday night at the KFC Yum! Center.
Louisville led 59–36 with just over nine minutes remaining but couldn't hold the Blue Devils back. Freshman forward Cam Reddish scored eight of Duke's final 10 points, putting them ahead with two free throws with less than one minute left in the game.
Earlier, Reddish tied the game 69–69 with a clutch three-pointer with 1:16 left on the clock.
Duke's amazing finish marks the program's largest second-half comeback since the 1950-51 season, and the biggest of coach Mike Krzyzewski's career. The Blue Devils ended the game on a 35-10 run.
Reddish finished with 22 points, while fellow freshman phenom Zion Williamson put up 27 points and 12 rebounds for his 10th double-double of the season. RJ Barrett had 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists.
Next, Duke (22–2) takes on NC State at home on Saturday, when Louisville (17–8) will host Clemson.