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The Fortress coach Duggar Baucom collapsed on the court Monday night time rapidly after his group’s game vs. No. 5 Duke in Durham, North Carolina, got underway. He used to be reportedly taken to Duke University Scientific institution for extra overview.

Baucom, 61, collapsed between the scorer’s desk and his seat on the bench fair 63 seconds into motion in the predominant half rapidly after The Fortress scored its first basket of the night time. Scientific personnel helped him off the court after he got attention on the sideline and he used to be given more scientific assistance at Cameron Indoor Stadium earlier than being taken to the sanatorium.

Play used to be delayed as Baucom got overview after his give arrangement. He walked off the court unsteady on his feet along with his hands draped spherical paramedics. Affiliate head coach Jack Castleberry took over in his absence.

Staunch now after Duke’s 107-81 victory vs. The Fortress, Castleberry gave an change on Baucom.

“He is as factual as he would possibly perhaps well moreover moreover be,’ Castleberry acknowledged in his postgame press conference. “He is in factual spirits.”

The Fortress discipline a brand new document with 18 made 3-pointers in the shedding effort, basically the most ever by an opponent interior Cameron Indoor Stadium. Its 81 features had been basically the most Duke has allowed at residence towards a nonconference opponent since Illinois scored 83 a season ago.

Baucom has been the coach at The Fortress since 2015 where he’s 67-119. He is coming off his first winning season with the college and has guided the group to a 3-1 open to the 2021-22 season.

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