Duke Wins Fifth NCAA Men’s Basketball National Title

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Duke wins fifth NCAA Men’s Basketball National Title over Wisconsin. After another riveting March Madness tournament as perennial threat Duke triumphed over Wisconsin 68-63 to take home the hardware last night. The slight favorite Duke looked more and more in control as the second half wore on, although Wisconsin led after the break by as much as seven points and fought gamely to the end. Let down by poor perimeter shooting and overwhelmed by Duke’s second half heart, the Badgers just did not have enough to pull out a win.

College Basketball Freshmen Had Big Performances – Freshmen Made Up 88% of Team’s Game Points

Duke on the other hand had big performances from its four star freshmen with Tyus Jones pumping in 19 points in the second half alone. Jones combined with Duke’s season long surprising freshmen Grayson Allen, Jahlil Okafur, and Justise Winslow to lead the Blue Devils to a fifth national championship. In fact, Blue Devils freshmen accounted for an astonishing 88% of their team’s total points in the final game with only one senior taking to the court.

NCAA Basketball – Prospects Jump from High School to NBA or After a Couple Years of College BBall

This year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball National Title win by Duke ultimately reflects the new reality of NCAA Men’s Basketball in an era where outstanding basketball prospects jump directly to the NBA from high school, or after a year or two in college ball.

No longer possible are the great dynasty programs of decades gone by which could count on four years of service from future hall of famers on their way to the big leagues. Even elite level programs are concentrating on building teams of the moment, “one and done” squads that have a shot of winning this year with next year to take care of itself. Happily at the end of the day it is the television viewer that benefits most as March Madness becomes grittier and more about character and heart than ever before.

Mike Krzyzewski Wins Fifth National Championship and a Career Win Percentage or .772 – Coach K Victorious

And lastly, it is hard not to give Mike Krzyzewski his due with his fifth national championship and an astonishing career win percentage of .772 in the big tournament. With national title wins in three decades, Coach K might just be the biggest star on any future Blue Devils team in the new era of NCCA Men’s Basketball.

Outcome: Duke Wins Fifth NCAA Men’s Basketball National Title – Shoot Hoops With the Best and Join Our Online Sportsbook / Bet on NCAA Basketball

Our announcement: Duke Wins Fifth NCAA Men’s Basketball National Title sure was exciting! March Madness certainly didn’t disappoint. Surprises from college freshmen, Coach K leading strongly and Mike Krzyzewski winning his fifth championship are certainly nothing to sneeze about. If you missed betting on NCAA, there’s still time to bet on the championship! The NBA Playoffs are also just around the corner, so come bet with us at RealBet. Join now and receive a 50% Sign Up Bonus on your first deposit.

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