DURHAM, North Carolina (Ticker) -- J.J. Redick's shooting slump ended at one game.
Redick scored 28 points as No. 5 Duke remained undefeated with a 80-66 victory over Atlantic Coast Conference rival Virginia.
Redick produced just eight points on 1-of-5 shooting in an 86-74 triumph at North Carolina State on Thursday but found the bucket frequently in this one, connecting on 8-of-13 attempts, including 6-of-10 from the arc.
"Tonight I just wanted to establish myself," said Redick, who scored 20 points in the second half. "I know UVA has a lot of trouble guarding people off screens, and they certainly did tonight. Once I got going, I felt like I could hit a lot of shots."
"We did a good job on Redick in the first half, but the second half, he went nuts," Cavaliers coach Pete Gillen said. "He's a great shooter, probably the best shooter in the country."
Shelden Williams contributed 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting and added 11 rebounds and a career-high nine blocks - one shy of Cherokee Parks' school record - for the Blue Devils (13-0, 3-0 ACC), who beat the Cavaliers for the 20th time in their last 22 meetings.
"I think this is something like my seventh time playing (Virginia), so I kind of know some of their moves and what they're going to do and some of their tendencies. That kind of worked out to my benefit."
"He just blocks a lot of shots," Gillen said. "He's a very physical guy. This is a very physical league. He does a great job with that ... He throws his body around pretty good."
Daniel Ewing overcame a lower leg injury suffered late in the first half to score 17 points on 7-of-11 shooting for Duke, which posted its 53rd consecutive victory over an unranked opponent at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
"Daniel had a gutty performance," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. "He was in a lot of pain when we went over to see him, and then all of a sudden at halftime I see him running next to me into the locker room. I said, 'Who put their hands on him?' And then he plays the whole second half, so it's a gutty performance."
Duke trailed early, 17-10, before embarking on a 24-8 run, which Shavlik Randolph capped with a layup with 1:08 left before the break. It was the only basket for Randolph, who had not played since December 18 vs. Oklahoma State due to mononucleosis.
The Blue Devils shot 51 percent (28-of-55) and limited the Cavaliers to 35 percent (22-of-63).
"It was hard for them to get a good look," Krzyzewski said. "We played well defensively, no question about it. Shelden got nine blocks - that helps out a lot."
Sean Singletary scored 21 points and Gary Forbes added 17 for Virginia (9-5, 0-4), which has lost 10 in a row here and seven straight overall in the series.
It was Duke's 1,750th all-time victory and 101st in its last 115 regular-season ACC games.
The Blue Devils are one of four remaining unbeaten teams in Division I-A, joining Illinois, Kansas and Boston College.