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Okafor, Duke top Stanford for CVC title

(AP Photo/Seth Weng)

NEW YORK (AP) Johnny Dawkins walked over to Mike Krzyzewski and gave his former coach and mentor a hug after No. 4 Duke beat his Stanford team in the title game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.

One thing was clear: Dawkins knows Coach K's young team is a powerhouse.

Freshman center Jahlil Okafor had 10 points and 12 rebounds and dominated the closing minutes as No. 4 Duke took the title with a 70-59 victory Saturday night.

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AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kentucky4-0
2 Arizona3-0
3 Wisconsin4-0
4 Duke5-0
5 Kansas1-1
6 North Carolina3-0
7 Louisville3-0
8 Florida2-1
9 Virginia4-0
10 Texas4-0
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RPI Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Seton Hall2-0
1 Old Dominion3-0
3 Ohio State2-0
4 Charlotte3-0
5 LSU2-1
6 Northern Illinois2-0
7 Saint Louis2-0
8 Connecticut3-0
9 Kentucky4-0
10 Oregon State3-0
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