Duke assistant athletic trainer Jose Fonseca checks on forward Marvin Bagley III during the first half against Michigan State.
Duke assistant athletic trainer Jose Fonseca checks on forward Marvin Bagley III during the first half against Michigan State. Paul Beaty AP
Duke assistant athletic trainer Jose Fonseca checks on forward Marvin Bagley III during the first half against Michigan State. Paul Beaty AP

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