The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's (UNC's) memorial win over rival Duke University is shown.
Videos of old games will be added as soon as they are found.
Many games are also introduced in Carolina-Duke rivalry. (Of course, some of them are losses…).
The results of all games after January 27, 1999 are shown in "University of North Carolina Athletics Men's Basketball Recent History vs Duke University".
The following is a list of games with memorial win based on this information.
Go Heels! Beat Duke!
January 24, 1920: UNC 36-25 Duke University
In the first memorable rivalry match on January 24, 1920, UNC defeated Duke University 36-25.
March 5, 1921: UNC 55-18 Duke University
In a game on March 5, 1921, UNC defeated Duke University 55-18.
The 37-point victory is currently the highest scoring margin.
March 25, 1971: UNC 73-67 Duke University
In the semifinals of the NIT Tournament on March 25, 1971, UNC survived against Duke University 73-67.
NOTE: In the NIT Tournament final, UNC defeated Georgia Tech 84-66 to win the NIT Tournament!
March 2, 1974: UNC 96-92 vs. Duke University
On March 2, 1974, UNC defeated Duke University 96-92 in overtime.
The game was almost decidedly lost by 8 points with 17 seconds left in the second half, but it was a miraculous comeback victory.
December 5, 1980: UNC 78-76 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 78-76 in a game played on December 5, 1980.
UNC's James Worthy had 26 points and 9 rebounds.
January 22, 1983: UNC 103-82 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 103-82 in a game played on January 22, 1983.
Michael Jordan scored 32 points in that game.
March 3, 1984: UNC 96-83 Duke University
In a game played on March 3, 1984, UNC defeated Duke University 96-83 after double overtime.
It was the last game at home for Michael Jordan and Sam Perkins.
January 18, 1986: UNC 95-92 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 95-92 in a game on January 18, 1986.
It was the UNC men's basketball team's first game & first win at the Dean Smith Center stadium.
March 12, 1989: UNC 77-74 Duke University
In the final of the ACC Tournament on March 12, 1989, UNC won the championship with a 77-74 victory over Duke University.
February 5, 1992: UNC 75-73 Duke University
In a game played on February 5, 1992, UNC defeated Duke University 75-73.
Hubert Davis had 16 points and Eric Montross had 12 points, nine rebounds, and three blocks.
February 2, 1995: UNC 102-100 vs. Duke University
In a game played on February 2, 1995, UNC defeated Duke University 102-100 after double overtime.
Jerry Stackhouse and Rasheed Wallace each scored 25 points (50 total).
Donald Williams had 24 points.
January 31, 1996: UNC 73-72 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 73-72 in a game played on January 31, 1996.
Down 71-72, Dante Calabria (#24) made a comeback shot with 6.5 seconds left in the second half to win 73-72 (1:48:04).
February 5, 1998: UNC 97-73 Duke University
In a game on February 5, 1998, UNC dominated Duke University 97-73.
This was a huge win by a margin of 24 points!
March 8, 1998: UNC 83-68 Duke University
UNC won the final of the ACC Tournament on March 8, 1998 with an 83-68 victory over Duke University.
Antawn Jamison (#33) had 22 points and 18 rebounds, and Vince Carter (#15) scored 16 points.
March 6, 2005: UNC 75-73 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 75-73 in a game played on March 6, 2005.
Sean May (#42) had 26 points and 24 rebounds.
March 4, 2006: UNC 83-76 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 83-76 in a game played on March 4, 2006.
Tyler Hansbrough (#50) had 27 points.
March 4, 2007: UNC 86-72 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 86-72 in a game played on March 4, 2007.
Tyler Hansbrough (#50) was famously hit in the nose with 14.5 seconds left in the second half by Duke's Gerald Henderson Jr. with a right elbow to the nose, causing a nosebleed.
This is the scene on Franklin Street (a main street in Chapel Hill) after UNC's win over Duke University. UNC fans are very excited.
February 11, 2009: UNC 101-87 Duke University
In a game played on February 11, 2009, UNC defeated Duke University 101-87.
Tyler Hansbrough (#50) and Danny Green (#14) are 4-0 on Duke's home court at Cameron Indoor Stadium (winning for the fourth straight year)!
March 3, 2012: UNC 88-70 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 88-70 in a game played on March 3, 2012.
UNC clinched the ACC regular season title and the #1 seed.
Kendall Marshall (#5) had 20 points and 10 assists, Tyler Zeller (#44) had 19 points, Harrison Barnes (#40) had 16 points, John Henson (#31) had 13 points and 10 rebounds, Reggie Bullock (#35) had 12 points, and James Michael McAdoo (#43) had 6 points.
March 4, 2017: UNC 90-83 Duke University
In a game on March 4, 2017, UNC defeated Duke University 90-83.
Joel Berry II scored 28 points and Justin Jackson had 15 points for UNC.
Michael Jordan was also on hand to cheer on UNC (1:26:55).
February 20, 2019: UNC 88-72 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 88-72 in a game on February 20, 2019.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama came to watch the game.
There was also an incident in which the Nike bash worn by Zion Williamson (#1) of Duke University broke (6:00).
Nike's stock price dropped about 1% from the previous day due to this incident.
The market value of Nike's stock at that time was about 1.1 billion dollars. That's terrible….
March 6, 2021: UNC 91-73 Duke University
In a game on March 6, 2021, UNC defeated Duke University 91-73.
The team also won the February 6, 2021 game, 91-87, to sweep the regular season.
March 5, 2022: UNC 94-81 Duke University
UNC defeated Duke University 94-81.
Armando Bacot had 23 points and 7 rebounds, Caleb Love had 22 points, R. J. Davis had 21 points, and Brady Manek had 20 points.
UNC won Duke coach "Coach K's" last home game!
April 2, 2022: UNC 81-77 Duke University
UNC outlasted Duke University 81-77 in the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.
This was the first meeting between UNC and Duke in the NCAA Tournament, and UNC came out on top.
NOTE: In the NCAA Tournament final, UNC lost Kansas University 69-72.
This was Coach K's last game at Duke University. Thank you for your hard work.