Duke's 11-0 run leaves UK lone unbeaten

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Justise Winslow and Jahlil Okafor led Duke to a win over undefeated Virginia.For the second time in his career, Mike Krzyzewski has defeated a team with a 19-0 record or better. The last such team that Duke beat was 34-0 UNLV in the 1991 Final Four. Duke went on to beat Kansas for the title that year.

How did the Blue Devils hand the Cavaliers their first loss of the season? Let's take a closer look.

Dominate the paint

The Blue Devils scored 44 points in the paint, their most in ACC play this season. It was the most allowed by Virginia since March 16, 2012, when it allowed 44 in a loss to Florida.

Virginia Defense This Season

Entering the game, Virginia had allowed 19.2 points per game in the paint, second best in the nation.

Justise Winslow led all Blue Devils with 14 points in the paint. Jahlil Okafor made five of his six attempts in the paint for 10 points.

Found shooting touch in second half

Duke did not make a shot from outside the paint in the first half and went 0-for-6 on those attempts.

Duke Saturday at Virginia

In the second half, the Blue Devils found their shooting touch, scoring 18 points on 3s.

After Duke missed its first nine 3-point attempts, it closed out the game going 6-for-8 from long distance, including hitting its final four 3-point attempts.

In the final 2:58 of the game, Duke outscored Virginia 11-0. Duke went 4-for-4 from the field in that time, with four different players making each shot.

Transition offense

Duke scored 15 points in transition, the most Virginia has allowed this season. Entering the game, the Cavaliers had allowed an average of 5.2 points in transition, the second-lowest in the nation.