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Duke vs. Georgia Tech: Game Time, Channel, Announcers

Cam Reddish of the Duke Blue Devils reacts to his three-point shot.

PITTSBURGH, PA - JANUARY 22: Cam Reddish #2 of the Duke Blue Devils reacts after hitting a three pointer against the Pittsburgh Panthers at Petersen Events Center on January 22, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Duke is back in action this weekend to host Georgia Tech in a favorable matchup. The Blue Devils are coming off two-straight wins and starting to develop an identity on offense.

Although the Blue Devils probably won't need their entire lineup at full strength to take care of business against the Yellow Jackets, it sounds like Tre Jones will return this weekend.

The star freshman suffered an AC joint separation last week, but he is wlisted as probable for this matchup.

Georgia Tech has struggled throughout conference play in large part because of the team's inconsistent production on offense. Outside of Jose Alvarado and James Banks, the Yellow Jackets don't have another reliable scorer.

Well, they'll be tasked with the nearly impossible challenge of keeping RJ Barrett, Zion Williamson and Cam Reddish in check.

Both Williamson and Barrett flash signs of NBA stardom each game, but don't lose sight of Reddish. The sharpshooting forward has the potential to lead the team in scoring on any given night.

With the Blue Devils possibly having all their starters healthy at this point in the season, the time to create separation within the conference standings is now.

Tip-off is set for 12 p.m. ET from Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Wes Durham and Mike Gminski will call the action on the ACC Network.