Duke beats Wisconsin in the NCAA Championship game: Duke vs Wisconsin Final Score

The Duke Blue Devils defeated the Wisconsin Badgers in the NCAA Finals, 68-63, on Monday Night. The Blue Devils rallied from a 48-39 deficit with around 13 minutes left in the second half.

After trailing 58-56, Duke scored 10 consecutive unanswered points to pull an eight point lead, 66-58, with under two minutes left.

Tyus Jones delivered 23 points, including 2-for-3 outside the arc to lead the Blue Devils. Grayson Allen contributed 16 points and 5-for-5 from the free throw line. Playing most of the game in foul trouble, Justise Winslow scored 11 points while Jahlil Okafor added 10 points.

Frank Kaminsky was reluctant to give up after trailing the Duke in the final minutes. He drilled in a three-pointer to cut the lead. Kaminsky finished with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Nigel Hayes scored 13 points while Sam Dekker added 12 points.

Wisconsin controlled the game early and most of the second half, only to find Duke rampaging in the final stretch of the second half.

Wisconsin has a 48-39 lead over Duke with 13:06 left in the final half through the offensive rebounding of the Badgers. Duke cut the lead immediately into three, by scoring a triple and two free throws with 12:04 left.

Tyus Jones has scored 10 points and Justise Winslow added 9 points for Duke at this point. However, four players have already scored in double figures for Wisconsin, they are: Frank Kaminsky (13 points), Nigel Hayes (11), Sam Dekker (10) and Bronson Koenig (10).

Jahlil Okafor and Winslow are in foul trouble with three fouls apiece. Grayson Allen has already scored 14 points for Duke.

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