DURHAM, N.C. — Marvin Bagley III scored 24 points and No. 1 Duke beat Furman 92-63 on Monday night in the on-campus round of the PK80.

Trevon Duval had a season-best 18 points, Wendell Carter Jr. added 14 and a fourth freshman – Alex O’Connell – scored 10 for the Blue Devils.

They shot nearly 61 percent and outscored Furman 64-28 in the paint, and have won all four of their games at Cameron Indoor Stadium by at least 17 points.

Tougher tests await this team in the coming days in Portland, Oregon – possibly from No. 7 Florida or No. 17 Gonzaga in a later round of the event marking Nike founder Phil Knight’s 80th birthday.

This rout came after Duke strengthened its grip on the top spot in the AP Top 25, adding 20 more first-place votes to give the Blue Devils 54 of them – or, all but 11 of the 65 ballots cast.

John Davis III scored 15 points and Matt Rafferty added 11 for the Paladins (2-2), who have lost two straight.

Bagley did it all during the 28-10 run late in the first half that put this one out of reach, scoring 11 points in 2 minutes during that stretch. He hit a couple of short jumpers and a layup, found Trevon Duval for a dunk and even made his second 3-pointer of the season.

(6) WICHITA STATE 92, CALIF. 82: Shaquille Morris scored 25 points, Landry Shamet added 23 and the Shockers got the Maui Invitational off to a wild start by rallying from an 18-point deficit to beat California.

Cal used its pressure to harass the Shockers into mistakes and missed shots, building the lead to nine by halftime and 18 within 4 minutes of the second half.

(8) KENTUCKY 70, TROY 62: Kevin Knox scored 17 points and the Wildcats built a big lead in the second half before having to withstand a late rally to hold on for victory at Troy.

After having to rally in each of its previous games, the Wildcats built a double-digit lead early and extended it to 21 twice in the second half, a needed cushion as Troy fought back to within eight on Wesley Person’s three-point play with 1:08 remaining.

(16) TEXAS A&M 72, OKLA. STATE 55: Robert Williams 11 points, 11 rebounds and a handful of alley-oop dunks to help the Aggies win the first game of the 2017 Progressive Legends Classic.

Williams added three steals and two blocks for the Aggies. DJ Hogg led all scorers with 18 points. Tonny Trocha-Morelos finished with 12 points and Admon Gilder had 10.

The loss was the first of the season for Oklahoma State.

CREIGHTON 100, (23) UCLA 89: Marcus Foster scored 23 points, Mitch Ballock added 22 in front of his boyhood fans and Creighton won in the semifinals of the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City.

Khyri Thomas added 16 points and Ty-Shon Alexander had 12 for the Bluejays, who have won 12 straight in-season tournament games.

(23) W.VA. 91, LONG BEACH STATE 62: Lamont West was a point shy of a career high with 22 and the host Mountaineers overcame a slow start to prevail.

For the second time in a week, the Mountaineers (3-1) started out sluggish, trailing LBSU 9-6 at the first media timeout.

WVU responded with an 18-5 run.


(12) TENN. 68, WICHITA STATE 56: Mercedes Russell scored 17 points and freshman Rennia Davis had her first double-double as the Vols prevailed at home.

(17) SOUTH FLA. 71, BUTLER 55: Laura Ferreira and Kitija Laksa scored 17 points apiece, Maria Jespersen had a double-double and South Florida won at Tampa.