Bolden to miss Pitt game with knee sprain for No. 7 Duke
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski says the seventh-ranked Blue Devils will be without backup center Marques Bolden for Wednesday night’s game at Pittsburgh.
Krzyzewski also said Monday that sixth-man Javin DeLaurier is doubtful for that game with a hamstring injury. Bolden missed the loss at North Carolina State last weekend with a sprained knee.
Neither DeLaurier nor Bolden have started a game this season. The starting five accounted for all but four of the team’s points and all but 24 total minutes played in the 96-85 loss to the Wolfpack that dropped Duke (13-2, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) five spots in the AP Top 25.
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