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A Daily Feather For This Duke-Georgia Tech Preview

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Georgia Tech v Duke
 DURHAM, NC - JANUARY 26: Head coach Mike Krzyzewski (L) of the Duke Blue Devils talks with head coach Josh Pastner of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Cameron Indoor Stadium on January 26, 2019 in Durham, North Carolina.
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Here’s a Daily Feather for Cdu’s preview of the Duke-Georgia Tech game. Here’s an excerpt:

This game is sort of the inverse of our last game. Whereas Miami could score but stunk defensively, Georgia Tech is a solid defensive team but a train wreck offensively. The Jackets don’t shoot well from anywhere other than at the rim. They don’t offensive rebound well. They have a few guys who pass fairly well, but they also turn it over a LOT. The only thing they do notably well on offense is draw fouls. On defense, they contest shots very well, forcing teams to an abysmal 3pt% and 2pt%. They block a lot of shots and force some turnovers. Defense is definitely their calling card, going primarily zone but with a variety of looks from it. Their zone even employs some man-to-man stuff in it, and they mix it up throughout the game and even within possessions. They aren’t a spectacular defense, but they are pretty darn good on that end. And they can make life difficult. Pastner, a Calipari discipline, tries to run a dribble-drive offense. But it doesn’t really work for them with the guys they have. Only a few guys are really decent offensive players.

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