Mike Krzyzewski

Oregon sophomore Dillon Brooks introduced himself to the nation Thursday night, dropping 22 points on the Duke Blue Devils en route to an 82-68 win.

Brooks capped off the performance with a three-pointer from Stephen Curry range with the Ducks up big and time winding down:

When you're already winning but you just have to make sure #MarchMadness

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Mike Krzyzewski needed no introduction to Brooks. He game-planned for the sophomore, who leads the Ducks this season with 17.0 ppg, but it was no use.

And while Coach K respects Brooks' game, he wasn't a fan of how the star handled himself in the win.

Krzyzewski denied this encounter, so either it didn't happen or Brooks broke their confidentiality agreement.


Based on Brooks' demeanor in the postgame video, he does look like a guy who is getting taught a lesson in the handshake line.

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