Duke to face Notre Dame for ACC crown...Villanova survives a scare to reach Big East championship...TJ House OK after blow to the head

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NEW YORK (AP) — Duke and North Carolina have another chapter to their bitter rivalry, as the 14th-ranked Blue Devils knocked off the No. 6 Tar Heels 93-83 in the ACC Tournament semifinals. Duke will battle No. 22 Notre Dame for the ACC crown tonight.

NEW YORK (AP) — Second-ranked Villanova has advanced to the Big East championship game with a 55-53 victory over Seton Hall. Josh Hart scored 19 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and hit the game-winning basket with 9.6 seconds left. The Wildcats will take on Creighton later today at Madison Square Garden.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Timberwolves have dealt Golden State its second straight loss. Andrew Wiggins scored 24 points and hit go-ahead free throws with 12.8 seconds left in a 103-102 triumph over the Warriors. Stephen (STEH'-fehn) Curry missed an 18-footer that would have won the game. The Warriors have dropped four of six since Kevin Durant hurt his knee last week.

DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) — Toronto Blue Jays reliever T.J. House is expected to be released from the hospital today, after being hit in the head with a line drive during a spring training game. It happened in the ninth inning of yesterday's game against the Detroit Tigers. House was taken off the field in an ambulance and held overnight at Lakeland Regional Medical Center for observation. Test results were normal.

PALM HARBOR, Fla. (AP) — Adam Hadwin is the leader heading into the third round of the PGA's Valspar Championship at Palm Harbor, Florida. Hadwin fired a 7-under 64 that left him minus-10 through 36 holes, one shot ahead of first-round leader Jim Herman. Tyrone Van Aswegen is two strokes back and one ahead of Henrik Stenson, Russell Henley and Dominic Bozzelli.

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