The Duke duo of Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett certainly showed why they could go 1-2 in the NBA Draft on Saturday night.
Williamson was again a force under the basket on the offensive side of the ball, scoring a game-high 32 points -- the second-most this season -- on 12 of 16 from the field in a 94-78 victory over NC State.
Yet it was Barrett who stole the show with his best performance of the year.
The Duke guard finished with a triple-double, recording 23 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the victory. Oh, and he did it with zero turnovers, too.
It was the first triple-double in Duke history since Shelden Williams did it in 2006 and fourth in program history. Barrett was involved in 47 percent of Duke's points agianst NC State, per ESPN Stats and Info.
The performance out of both Williamson and Barrett also made head coach Mike Krzyzewski the winningest coach in NCAA history.
The two players also did this with Warriors All-Star Kevin Durant in attendance, making the trip from Charlotte to Cameron while in state for the NBA All-Star Game.
Durant could potentially be teammates with either Williamson or Barrett if he were to join the Knicks and New York was in position to draft one of the two players.
"HE'S A RUNAWAY FREIGHT TRAIN!" 🚂 pic.twitter.com/ZjPZ2LiFBs- ESPN (@espn) February 16, 2019
Next up for Williamson and the Blue Devils is a Wednesday home game against North Carolina at 9 p.m.