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Saturday, March 8, 2014 at Cameron Indoor Stadium (Durham, NC) Blue Devils 93, Tar Heels 81 In what seemed to be freshman phenom's final game at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Jabari Parker gave a monumental farewell performance leading Duke over North Carolina 93-81. The freshman finished with a season high of 30 points and grabbed 11 boards to sustain the teams number four spot heading into the NCAA Tournament.
Thursday, Febuary 20, 2014 at Dean Smith Center (Chapel Hill, NC) Tar Heels 74, Blue Devils 66 The Tar Heels produced a much needed comeback from their 0-3 start in the ACC with a 74-66 win of number 5 ranked Duke. McDonald led the Tar Heels with 21 points in a rivalry game that had the extra anticipation dictated by a previous postponement a week earlier. Two final baskets in the final minutes of the game gave NC their eighth straight win.
Saturday, March 8, 2014 at Dean Smith Center (Chapel Hill, NC) Blue Devils 69, Tar Heels 53 It was all about Seth Curry in this high profile rivalry as the guard kept draining shots in an ambush to give number 3 Duke an early lead. Heading into the half down 42-24, the Tar Heels could not get back on top of Curry's 20 point performance falling short to the Blue Devils 69-53.