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The first meeting since 1991 between Duke and UNLV ended in a 94-45 Blue Devils win. It threatened the largest loss in UNLV history, a 57-point defeat to Houston on Jan. 20, 1971.

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Butler rebounds from loss to Indiana State -- with a big home win over Cincinnati. Chris Holtmann has Bulldogs in good position.

Jackson rocks the rim with huge dunk

No one boxes out Duke's Frank Jackson, and he makes UNLV pay by slamming down the putback dunk.

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That's a nice win for Wichita State against Oklahoma in OKC. Gotta give Gregg Marshall credit -- winning despite losing Baker & VanVleet.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Handful of NBA scouts expected here for Hamidou Diallo. Syracuse also showed up for Diallo and Eric Ayala. Orange recently offered Ayala.

Smith with a ridiculous posterizing dunk

Daishon Smith might only be listed at 6-foot-1, but he shows the hops and puts an Oklahoma defender on a poster with a vicious dunk for Wichita State.

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UNLV committed 12 turnovers in the first 14 minutes after entering with an average of 13.0 turnovers for an entire game.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Not a ton of recruiting news about No. 1 guard Trevon Duval. He's still down to five schools (Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Seton Hall, Baylor), plans to take all his visits in 2017. As far as the overseas option, Duval said "definitely college."

Grayson Allen soars in for huge slam

No. 5 Duke is off to a hot start on the road at UNLV, punctuated by Grayson Allen flying through the lane for a massive dunk.

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Graham's spin move leads to Jackson dunk

Devonte' Graham spins around the defense and throws a bounce pass to a streaking Josh Jackson for the massive slam. Kansas beat Nebraska, 89-72.

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Kansas can't finish razzle-dazzle dunk

While the No. 3 Jayhawks rolled past Nebraska, they did make coach Bill Self mad at one point when Svi Mykhailiuk tried tossing the lob off the glass, but Josh Jackson couldn't finish the dunk.

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Wisconsin knocks off rival Marquette

The 17th-ranked Badgers used a 58-point second half surge to storm back and beat in-state rival Marquette 93-84.

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Top-10 junior Silvio De Sousa with a productive first half -- nine points (at least three dunks) in five minutes. Runs the floor and finishes.

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You can retire your "patient, methodical Wisconsin" cliches. The Badgers exploded for 58 points in the second half to win at Marquette 93-84. Greg Gard's team gashed the Golden Eagles in the paint, hitting 65 percent of their 2s and turning a five-point halftime deficit into a comfortable win on the road.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

What a difference a year makes for Wisconsin. A year ago, Badgers lost at home to in-state rival Marquette. Three days later, Bo Ryan stepped down with team 6-5 overall. Greg Gard has done a tremendous job since taking over -- today's win over Marquette in Milwaukee gives him a 24-10 record.