Marvin Bagley had 30 points and 15 rebounds, and No. 1 Duke rallied late to beat No. 7 Florida 87-84 on Sunday night for the Motion Bracket championship at the Phil Knight Invitational tournament in Portland, Ore. Gary Trent Jr., who had a pair of free throws that pulled the Blue Devils in front and a key steal in the final moments, finished with 15 points. Bagley, a 6-foot-11 freshman, has six double-doubles in eight games this season for Duke (8-0). He was named the bracket's most valuable player. KeVaughn Allen had 17 points for Florida (5-1). Jalen Hudson added 24 points and 10 rebounds. Florida led by as many as 17 points midway through the second half. Duke closed within 78-70 on consecutive jumpers from Wendell Carter Jr. and a pair of free throws from Bagley. Grayson Allen's three-pointer got Duke within 82-79 with 3:07 left, putting the Blue Devils fans on their feet. Bagley's layup closed the gap to 84-83 and Trent made free throws to put Duke in front 85-84 with 1:12 left. Hudson missed a free throw to tie it before Trent's steal with 12 seconds left. Trent made clutch free throws for the final margin. The teams were among the 16 Nike teams that took part in the three-day tournament, dubbed the PK80, that started on Thanksgiving and took a hiatus Saturday for college football. Fourth-ranked Michigan State beat defending NCAA champion North Carolina 63-45 earlier in the evening in the Victory Bracket. The event honored Nike co-founder Phil Knight's 80th birthday. No. 4 Michigan State 63, No. 9 North Carolina 45: Joshua Lanford made five three-point baskets and finished with 23 points and the Spartans (5-1) won the Victory Bracket of the PK80 Invitational at Portland, Ore. Coach Tom Izzo got the best of Roy Williams for the first time in eight matchups. The Tar Heels (5-1) shot only 24.6% from the field. No. 17 Gonzaga 76, Texas 71 (OT): Rui Hachimura scored a career-high 20 points for the Bulldogs (5-1), who blew a 21-point second-half lead before winning in overtime in a consolation game at the PK80 Invitational. Matt Coleman led the Longhorns (4-2) with 19 points. Georgia 83, No. 21 St. Mary’s 81 (OT): Reserve guard Tyree Crump scored five points in