Virginia Tech’s Men’s Basketball team will take on the No. 3 Duke Blue Devils.
The Hokies will travel to the home of the “Cameron Crazies” to play the Blue Devils after defeating Clemson on Saturday.
The Blue Devils are playing the Hokies after coming off a great win over then-No. 5 Miami.
Erick Green, nation’s leading scorer, averaging 25 points per game will play one of his last games in a Hokie uniform.
Last time these two teams met, Duke was coming off a disappointing loss to Maryland. The Duke Blue Devils beat the Hokies 88-56 in Cassell Coliseum.
Green, however, has made several accomplishments as a Hokie. If Green can hold onto the national scoring title sources say he will be the first ACC player to win it since 1957. Green made 29 points in his last home game of his career to beat the Clemson Tigers.
Green will look to come out strong against the Blue Devils but Robert Brown and other key players to Virginia Tech will have to contribute having Senior Ryan Kelly, Duke forward, come back from a foot injury.
Kelly scored a career-high 36 points against the Miami Hurricanes.
Duke, who is 25-4 will come off one of their greatest wins this season as the Virginia Tech Hokies make the last push to make the ACC tournament.