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He and Duke appeared to have taken control early by outscoring Wake Forest 28-4 during a 9-minute stretch midway through the first half in which the Blue Devils made their guests look like a young, mistake-prone team that had never before played at Cameron.
Then again, three Demon Deacons starters were, in fact, playing here for the first time, and Duke twice led by 22 after reeling off 14 straight points during that run.
But after falling behind 41-19, Wake Forest made it a game again by scoring on eight consecutive possessions to start a run in which it outscored the Blue Devils 25-10 over a 7-minute stretch that bridged halftime. Teague -- who went without a field goal for the opening 14 minutes -- started that run with a jumper and had 16 points during that burst.
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