Tues­day’s Top 25 games

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - - SPORTS -

■ No. 1 Duke 88, No. 2 Michi­gan State 81: Grayson Allen, Duke’s lone se­nior, scored a ca­reer-high 37 points, and fresh­man Trevon Du­val had 17 points and 10 as­sists in the win by the Blue Devils (3-0) in the Cham­pi­ons Clas­sic in Chicago. Duke lost prized fresh­man Marvin Ba­gley III to an eye in­jury in the first half. The Spar­tans are 1-1.

■( At) No. 5 Vil­lanova 113, Ni­cholls 77: Mikal Bridges set ca­reer highs with 23 points and four blocks, and Vil­lanova blocked a school-record 13 shots as the Wild­cats beat the Colonels (1-1). Zaqua­vian Smith led Ni­cholls with 25.


Tennis: The United States has been wait­ing 10 years for a win at the ATP Fi­nals. Few thought Jack Sock would be the man to de­liver it. The No. 8 seed de­feated Wim­ble­don fi­nal­ist Marin Cilic 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (4) in Lon­don.

Ski­ing: The French Ski Fed­er­a­tion says an early in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the death of David Pois­son sug­gests safety net­ting failed and he hit a tree. Pois­son, 35, died Mon­day while train­ing at the Cana­dian re­sort of Nakiska, which staged Alpine ski­ing races of the 1988 Olympics.

WNBA: The New York Lib­erty are for sale. An orig­i­nal WNBA fran­chise, they’ve been owned by James Dolan and Madi­son Square Gar­den since the league was founded in 1996 and started play in 1997. San An­to­nio was re­cently sold and moved to Las Ve­gas.

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