Joining the two freshmen in double figures was Gerald Henderson who had 12 points on just 5-of-14 shooting, while DeMarcus Nelson and Jon Scheyer added 10 apiece for the Blue Devils who improve to 39-1 in the month of December since the 2000-2001 season, and have now won 56 consecutive non-conference games at home.
The cold shooting plagued both teams early, but Duke found the range from the floor, scoring 14 straight points to make an 18-14 game into a comfortable 32-14 margin and ultimately a 19 point halftime advantage.
The Wolverines were led by DeShawn Sims who reached double figures for the seventh time this season, while Zack Gibson added 11.
Michigan's leading scorer, Manny Harris - who had reached double figures in the team's previous nine games and had averaged 16.6 points per game coming in - was held to just eight points on 2-of-9 shooting for the afternoon.
Duke will return to action on December 17th against Albany at home before traveling to New York on December 20th for a game with Big East opponent PIttsburgh.