DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke's versatile 1-2 punch of Chelsea Gray and Elizabeth Williams create havoc for opponents of No. 4 Duke.
The do-it-all duo — they can score, rebound and create turnovers with their defense — has the Blue Devils (6-0) near the top of the national rankings heading into their Atlantic Coast Conference opener Thursday night against Georgia Tech.
Gray is third in scoring in the ACC, averaging nearly 16 points a game; Williams is not far behind at almost 15.
Gray, a junior point guard, leads the league in assists and assist-turnover ratio. She is second in steals.
Williams, a post player who was last season's ACC rookie and defensive player of the year, leads the league this year in blocked shots.