Ryan Kelly scored a team-high 11 points and Nolan Smith added 10 points as No. 3 Duke leads Boston College, 41-32, entering halftime at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Kyle Singler and Seth Curry each scored nine points and Mason Plumlee had two points and seven rebounds for Duke. The Blue Devils made 16-of-31 field goals (51.6%) and 4-of-9 (44.4%) three pointers in the first half.
Corey Raji finished the first half with a game-high 12 points for Boston College. Biko Paris scored six points, Joe Trapani and Dallas Elmore each had five points and Josh Southern had two points and five rebounds for BC.
Reggie Jackson, the second leading scorer in the ACC, did not start due to illness but did play in the first half, finishing with two points and three assists for the Eagles.
Boston College has made 13-of-30 shots (43.3%) and 4-of-12 shots beyond the arc (33.3%) in the first half.