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.

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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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