Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision Is Met With Criticism From CBB World

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Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision Is Met With Criticism From CBB World

Paolo Banchero will play in Duke’s game against Gardner-Webb on Tuesday night.

Banchero was a passenger in a car driven by Duke walk-on Michael Savarino when it was pulled over early Sunday morning, according to reports.

Banchero was charged with aiding and abetting a DWI, while Savarino, the grandson of Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski, was charged with DWI.

The news of Banchero’s participation in college basketball has elicited a variety of reactions, the majority of which seem to revolve around the notion that he did nothing wrong.

Some, on the other hand, aren’t surprised that he’s playing.

After Duke’s 3-0 week last week, Banchero was named ACC Freshman of the Week.

He shot 66.7 percent from the floor and averaged 19.3 points and 8.7 rebounds per game.

He had 22 points, seven rebounds, and two steals in his collegiate debut against Kentucky last Tuesday.

He then went on to score 18 points in back-to-back games coming into this week.

Duke is still ranked seventh in the most recent AP Poll, and the game will begin at 7 p.m.

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Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision Is Met With Criticism By CBB World

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CBB World Reacts To Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision

CBB World Reacts To Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision

CBB World Reacts To Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision

CBB World Reacts To Duke’s Paolo Banchero Decision

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