Inside the boxscore: Duke 76, Elon 54

1. Junior Sebastian Koch had a solid game with 14 points and 9 rebounds. He made 4-5 3s and his hot shooting helped keep Elon in the game. This one was tied with under four minutes to go in the first half before Duke began opening its lead.

2. Duke forced 17 turnovers in 69 possessions (24.6%) against a team which entered the game among the nation's top 15 at taking care of the ball. It was the highest turnover % for any Elon game this season, eclipsing the previous high of 21.4% at Georgia Southern. It was the 3rd highest turnover rate by any Duke opponent this year. Four of the 17 turnovers were steals by Quinn Cook.

3. Senior Mason Plumlee had 21 points and 15 rebounds for his 7th double-double of the season, and the 25th of his career. Eight of his rebounds came on the offensive end, which established a new career high.

4. The Blue Devils made 11-19 3s (58%). They've now made 41% on the season, which is 6th nationally. Quinn Cook (50%), Ryan Kelly (41%), Rasheed Sulaimon (40%), and Seth Curry (40%) all make at least 40%.

5. The final was 76-54 in a 70 possession game (or 1.10 per possession). The only teams which have held Duke to lower scoring per possession this year are Louisville and Virginia Commonwealth. Duke still easily won its 100th consecutive non-conference home game, and also secured a commitment from the nation's No. 2 player – Jabari Parker. So perhaps Coach K can overlook a poor offensive night.