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“They’re not just instinctive in their own moves, but they play off each other so well,” Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. “It’s an advantage.”

But could Nicholas handle the pressure of being the go-to scorer? It was among the Terps’ chief concerns early in the season, a worry that Nicholas eased with a 29-point performance in an 84-77 victory over Georgia Tech on Dec.29.

“It’s one thing to say, ‘I’m going to step up and do it,’ but you don’t realize the pressure involved,” Williams said. “He’s had to work harder this year in terms of preparing himself. After winning last year, it’s asking a lot for a senior to work harder. It has been a great thing to watch Drew go from being a shooter to a basketball player.”

Nicholas just wishes he could enjoy it longer. After all, it was a long journey for such a short ride.

“I wish I could have that opportunity to play major minutes for more than one year,” he said. “I played behind a pretty good player for three years. It gave me a sense of urgency. I’m trying to leave a lasting impression.”

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TONIGHT’S GAME

Clemson (15-8, 5-7) at No. 14 Maryland (17-7, 9-4)

When: 7. Where: Comcast Center. TV/radio: CSN, AM-630, AM-1090

Line: Maryland by 17

Series: Maryland leads 81-42, including 10 straight.

Outlook: Maryland beat Clemson 52-47 on Jan. 25 in its ugliest winning performance this season. Maryland converted only 33.9 percent from the floor, while Clemson made a paltry 31.8 percent. Guard Edward Scott has led Clemson to its best season in six years in becoming just the second Tiger since 1969 to score at least 25 points in three straight games. Scott (26.8 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists in the last three games) has converted 11 of his last 18 3-point shots while holding the opposing guard to two of 14.

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Terps guard Drew Nicholas waited three years for the chance to start and has made the most of it, averaging 17.5 points. [Photo by Joseph Silverman/The Washington Times]

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