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Wake Forest fans added injury to insult when they stormed the court following the Demon Deacons’ 83-79 upset victory over No. 8 Duke on Saturday afternoon.

With the court awash in black, white and gold gear after the final buzzer, Duke star Kyle Filipowski had to be helped off the court.

Apparently a fan made contact with him running from the left side of the field. The fan who appeared to hit Filipowski fell to the court and Filipowski somehow ended up in the arms of the Duke staff.

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Wake Forest fans storm the court

Fans storm the court as they celebrate with Wake Forest players after Wake Forest defeated Duke in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

As Filipowski walked off the court, a fan filming the chaos on his phone shook his finger Dikembe Mutombo-style.

One of the Blue Devils staff members who helped Filipowski off the court appeared to tell fans to “get out of the way.”

Head coach Jon Scheyer said Filipowski sprained his ankle and the coach called for an end to the assault on the court.

“When are we going to ban assault on the court? When are we going to ban that? How many times does a player have to get into something where they hit him, push him or make fun of him directly in the face? It’s a dangerous thing. “

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As chaos ensued, ESPN’s Chris Spatola also called for an end to the courtroom break-in.

“That should not happen. That is why the invasion of the courts should not happen,” he said.

Last month, ESPN analyst Jay Bilas made a similar plea after Caitlin Clark was run over by a fan.

Caitlin Clark disappointed

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark walks to the locker room after the NCAA championship game against LSU on April 2, 2023 in Dallas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

“Passion is great. I love passion. Fans don’t belong on the court. Ever,” he said at the time. “When someone gets hurt, we’re going to take it seriously.”

The Southeastern Conference fines schools $100,000 for storming the field, but that didn’t stop South Carolina fans from doing so in January after the Gamecocks beat No. 6 Kentucky. A second violation costs $250,000, while subsequent violations will cost $500,000.

Wake Forest fans on the court

Wake Forest’s Matthew Marsh (33) celebrates with fans after Wake Forest’s victory over Duke in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

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LSU was also fined $100,000 this week after the Tigers defeated the Wildcats. In the ACC there are no penalties for breaking into court.

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