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Johnson, Maye take control after Zion's injury (2:01)

Zion Williamson suffers an injury 33 seconds into the game, and Cameron Johnson and Luke Maye combine for 56 points in UNC's big win over Duke. (2:01)

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Johnson's and-1 layup all but finishes off Duke (0:30)

Cameron Johnson drives in and scores the layup off glass to increase UNC's lead on Duke. (0:30)

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Robinson lofts it up for Brooks' layup (0:25)

Duke leaves Garrison Brooks unmanned, and Brandon Robinson tosses it up so Brooks can score the alley-oop layup. (0:25)

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Woods strolls through for finger roll (0:23)

Seventh Woods meets minimal resistance, as he darts through the lane and lays the ball in. (0:23)

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UNC builds halftime lead after Zion exits (1:53)

Zion Williamson leaves the game with a knee injury after his shoe comes apart 33 seconds in. (1:53)

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UNC's quick pace leads to White's lay-in (0:25)

Luke Maye advances the ball forward to Cameron Johnson, who drops it off to Coby White for the transition layup. (0:25)

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UNC closes out 1st half with a transition dunk (0:44)

Duke and UNC trade ugly plays, but North Carolina is able to increase its lead to 10 after Garrison Brooks' dunk before the buzzer. (0:44)

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Woods lobs it up to Brooks for alley-oop slam (0:24)

Seventh Woods tosses the ball up to an unmarked Garrison Brooks for the simple alley-oop connection. (0:24)

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DeLaurier dunks it twice in succession (0:34)

Javin DeLaurier throws down two back-to-back quick jams for the Blue Devils. (0:34)

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Johnson slips through for easy dunk (0:26)

Cameron Johnson beats RJ Barrett to the hoop, and Johnson flushes it home with two hands. (0:26)

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White swats Jones' shot away (0:21)

Tre Jones picks Coby White's pocket, but White tracks back and blocks his shot out of bounds. (0:21)

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Zion in pain after shoe comes apart (0:43)

Zion Williamson cuts so hard his shoe falls apart, which causes him to fall down and lose the ball for a UNC layup. (0:43)

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President Obama greets fans at UNC-Duke game (0:17)

President Barack Obama shakes fans hands before North Carolina and Duke take the court. (0:17)

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Zion Williamson's 1980s-inspired mixtape (1:20)

With talk that Zion could be the best college prospect since Michael Jordan in 1984, take a look at his highlights in a radical new way. (1:20)

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Where is Duke going to get scoring without Zion? (0:53)

Jay Bilas talks about the impact Zion Williamsons' injury will have on Duke's scoring, as they struggled to put up points vs. UNC. (0:53)

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Coach K: Zion has a 'mild knee sprain' (1:04)

Mike Krzyzewski doesn't know the timetable after Zion Williamson's knee injury and laments losing another big player early in a Duke loss. (1:04)

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Barrett: Playing without Zion was tough (1:17)

RJ Barrett addresses the injury to Zion Williamson, playing without him and is hopeful Zion is back for the next game. (1:17)