DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Few Duke players have taken part in as many victories as Kyle Singler and Nolan Smith have. With the Blue Devils, that's saying something.
Two of the winningest Blue Devils have one last chance at a "W" in front of the Cameron Crazies on Wednesday night when co-No. 4 Duke plays host to Clemson in its home finale.
For Singler, it could be his 120th win in a Duke uniform. That would move him within two of Christian Laettner for third place on the school's career victories list. Smith isn't far behind at 115 wins.
Singler is fifth on Duke's all-time scoring list but says he's more proud of the way he steadily climbed the wins list.