Turnovers—Butler 8, Duke 12.
Total Fouls—Butler 18, Duke 14.
DUKE BY THE NUMBERS
4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS won by Mike Krzyzewski, tying Kentucky's Adolph Rupp for the second most among coaches in Division I. Only UCLA's John Wooden, with 10, has won more titles.
77 NCAA TOURNAMENT victories, the most alltime, for Coach K in 26 appearances. He also holds the record for most tournament games coached in a career, at 99.
87 ACC TOURNAMENT wins for Duke, a conference record, after taking the 2010 title. Entering the 2010 postseason, Duke and North Carolina were tied for the lead with 84.
2 TRIOS IN Duke history to each average at least 17 points in a season before Jon Scheyer, Kyle Singler and Nolan Smith did it this season. The first two threesomes to achieve the feat were Gene Banks, Mike Gminski and Jim Spanarkel in 1977-78; and Carlos Boozer, Mike Dunleavy Jr. and Jason Williams in 2001-02.
77 CONSECUTIVE HOME wins against nonconference opponents, the longest active streak in the NCAA. The last loss at Cameron Indoor Stadium to a non-ACC team came on Feb. 26, 2000, to St. John's, an 83-82 defeat.
143 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS by Brian Zoubek in 2009-10, surpassing the school record of 139 set by Elton Brand in 1998-99.