Chronicle postgame: Duke men’s basketball vs. Clemson

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Luke Kennard knocked down several clutch shots in the second half and was one of three Blue Devils to score 20 points in their win against Clemson.
The fifth-seeded Blue Devils survived a scare in their first game of the ACC tournament, holding off No. 12 Clemson 79-72 at the Barclays Center in New York. The Chronicle’s Amrith Ramkumar broke down what pushed Duke to victory and looked ahead to the Blue Devils’ quarterfinal matchup Thursday against No. 4 seed Louisville.
0:41 —How Duke struggled to shoot the ball in the first half to keep Clemson in the game
1:26 —What freshmen Frank Jackson and Jayson Tatum did to help the Blue Devils take some momentum into halftime and build a lead to open the second half
1:53 —Why Duke is still searching for an identity with time running out on its season
2:45 —A glimpse at head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s frustrations with his young big men off the bench
3:23 —Looking back at the Blue Devils’ regular-season loss to Louisville Jan. 14
3:50 —Whether Grayson Allen can shake off his recent struggles and be aggressive against the Cardinals’ pressure defense