DURHAM, North Carolina (Ticker) -- J.J. Redick and Duke gave North Carolina State flashbacks of last year's Atlantic Coast Conference title game.
Redick scored 20 points and Daniel Ewing added 18 as the second-ranked Blue Devils extended their winning streak to 10 games with a 76-57 thrashing of the Wolfpack.
Redick poured in 23 of his 30 points in the final 11 minutes on March 16 as Duke claimed an unprecedented fifth straight ACC tournament title with an 84-77 victory over North Carolina State. The sophomore sharpshooter was on target again as part of a total team effort by the Blue Devils.
"I knew my shot would come along eventually," said Redick, who made 6-of-8 shots. "I'm going to have other slumps, it's just inevitable, but I'm definitely shooting the ball really well right now and it feels really good."
Duke (13-1, 3-0 ACC) extended the nation's second-longest home winning streak to 35 games. The Blue Devils have won nine straight against the Wolfpack at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Daniel Ewing nailed a pair of 3-pointers and Redick added one as Duke scored nine straight points to snap an early 11-11 tie. Freshman Luol Deng's finger roll capped a 20-4 surge for a 31-15 edge with 6 1/2 minutes left in the first half.
"Overall, our defense was very good," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. "We didn't give them that many open threes until late."
NC State (9-3, 2-1) had a four-game winning streak snapped. Leading scorer Julius Hodge got into early foul trouble, never got untracked and finished with a season-low seven points and seven turnovers before fouling out.
"(Julius) was trying to make things happen," Wolfpack coach Herb Sendek said. "It didn't go in our favor tonight with that, but that's the nature of the way Julius plays - he does make things happen for us. He makes things happen night in and night out for us."
Nick Horvath's dunk made it 41-21 with just over two minutes to go before halftime, establishing Duke's first 20-point cushion. The Blue Devils shot 54 percent (14-of-26) in building a 42-25 edge.
Redick and Ewing combined to make 7-of-11 shots from the arc, three more than the entire Wolfpack. NC State shot 4-of-16 on 3-pointers and committed 20 turnovers.
"We did a great job tonight," Duke guard Chris Duhon said. "We got them out of their offense. I think they just threw their playbook out the window and just tried to drive us, and we did a great job."
Duhon had another outstanding floor game with nine points and half of Duke's 18 assists. Shelden Williams shook off three first-half fouls to manage 10 points in 19 minutes.
With Hodge misfiring, NC State had nowhere to turn for offense and finished just two points above a season low.