Beilein scored fifteen points in the contest, all on threes, as the Mountaineers rolled over the visiting Dukes. He also snared five rebounds and added three assists and a steal while suffering no turnovers.
Beilein's best moments came in the second half, when he hit two threes during a four-possession string to push WVU's lead to a whopping 33 points.
On the first, Beilein was left wide open by the defense, and after looking around for a defender, casually launched a trey through the hoop. The second came from the vicinity of Westover, as Beilein stepped back and hit a 28-footer over a gawking Duke defense. The shot even left his teammates on the bench in awe, as they stared with open mouths or hooped and hollered in celebration.