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Feb. 8--J.J. Redick banished a career full of poor individual efforts against Duke's biggest rival with a virtuoso performance that's becoming all too familiar.
The shooting star had 22 of his 35 points in the second half, freshman Josh McRoberts added a season-high 17 points and the second-ranked Blue Devils held off No. 23 North Carolina, 87-83, last night.
Playing for the final time in the Tar Heels' Dean Smith Center, Redick was 12-for-22 from the field and set a career high with four steals.
His previous best against the Tar Heels was 18 points, but he struggled with his shooting in the previous seven matchups (34 percent).
The Blue …