Duke Blue Devils Basketball Odds

Despite losing in the second round of the NCAA tournament, the first Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball team season without coach Mike Krzyzewski in 42 years had to be considered a success. After all, Duke beat North Carolina twice and won the ACC Tournament.

Plus, there’s plenty more to be excited about now that sports betting is a reality in North Carolina. Bettors within state lines can now place online bets on their favorite college teams.

Here’s what you need to know about betting on college basketball in North Carolina with an eye on the Blue Devils, including the latest Duke futures odds, game lines, and more.

Blue Devils odds: spreads, moneylines and totals

Find below the latest game lines for Duke Blue Devils basketball games from North Carolina’s best online betting sites.

Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball futures odds

Here are the latest Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball futures odds from the top NC online sportsbooks. This includes odds on the Blue Devils winning the ACC, the ACC Tournament, making the Final Four, and going all the way in this season’s NCAA tournament.

How did the Blue Devils do last year?

The 2022-23 season was the Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball team’s first without the legendary Mike Krzyzewski on the bench. He spent 42 years as the team’s head coach. Associate head coach Jon Scheyer took over and led the Blue Devils to a 27-9 record. The team was 14–6 in ACC play and ended up fourth in the conference. However, they beat Pittsburgh, Miami, and Virginia to win the ACC Tournament.

Duke landed a No. 5 seed in the NCAA tournament and beat Oral Roberts in the first round. However, they could not get past No. 4 Tennessee in the Round of 32, ending the season with a 65-42 loss to the Vols. Duke was within four points midway through the second half, but the Volunteers pulled away late.

The Blue Devils had two players with double-digit scoring averages throughout the season:

  • Freshman Kyle Filipowski (15.1 ppg)
  • Junior Jeremy Roach (13.6 ppg

Blue Devils betting lines explained

A typical Duke basketball game line at a North Carolina online sportsbook look like this at DraftKings NC, Caesars NC, and other top betting sites:

North Carolina+3.5 (-110)+135Over 130.5 (-110)
Duke-3.5 (-110)-155Under 130.5 (-110)

First, there’s the spread with the odds on spread bets in brackets. This 3.5-point line means Duke must win by four or more to cover. However, North Carolina can either win outright or lose by three or less to cover. Both bets pay $100 in winnings for every $110 bet.

Next, there’s the moneyline. Bets on the underdog Tar Heels to win outright pay $135 in winnings for every $100 bet. Bets on the favored Blue Devils to win outright pay $100 in winnings for every $155 bet.

Finally, there’s the total with the odds in brackets. Whether you bet the teams will combine to score 131 or more or 130 or less, you’ll earn $100 for every $110 bet if you get it right.

Duke Basketball live betting

North Carolina online sportsbooks let you bet during Duke games at odds that change with the action. This includes live NCAAB game lines and an increased number of live props.

Live odds make North Carolina online sportsbook apps installed on your mobile device an essential game-watching companion.

How to bet on the Duke Blue Devils online

You can bet on the Blue Devils by following these simple steps:

  1. Click on a link to an NC online sportsbook on this page.
  2. Click the ‘Register’ or ‘Sign Up’ tab on the website, or click the download link and install the mobile app on your phone and register there.
  3. Enter any personal information required on the sign-up forms, like your name and the final four digits of your Social Security number.
  4. Enter the promo or bonus code you find on this page to claim the best NC sports betting bonus available.
  5. Click the ‘Cashier’ tab and deposit funds using any available method, including online banking or PayPal.
  6. Browse through the Duke betting lines until you find a bet you like. Click on the odds and fill out the instantly created bet slip to place your bet.

Duke players currently in the NBA

Duke has been a pathway to the NBA for many players. Here’s a list of former Duke players currently in the NBA in order of star power:

  • Kyrie Irving – Dallas Mavericks
  • Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
  • Zion Williamson – New Orleans Pelicans
  • Brandon Ingram – New Orleans Pelicans
  • Paolo Banchero – Orlando Magic
  • RJ Barrett – New York Knicks
  • Seth Curry – Brooklyn Nets
  • Grayson Allen – Milwaukee Bucks
  • Gary Trent Jr. – Toronto Raptors
  • Tyus Jones – Memphis Grizzlies
  • Austin Rivers – Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Mason Plumlee – Los Angeles Clippers
  • Luke Kennard – Memphis Grizzlies
  • Wendell Carter Jr. – Orlando Magic
  • Justise Winslow – Portland Trail Blazers
  • Marvin Bagley III – Detroit Pistons
  • Cam Reddish – Portland Trail Blazers
  • Tre Jones – San Antonio Spurs
  • AJ Griffin – Atlanta Hawks
  • Jalen Johnson – Atlanta Hawks
  • Mark Williams – Charlotte Hornets
  • Wendell Moore Jr. – Minnesota Timberwolves

Blue Devils coaching staff

Here’s a look at the 2023-24 Duke coaching staff:

  • Head Coach: Jon Scheyer
  • Associate Head Coach: Chris Carrawell
  • Assistant Head Coach: Jai Lucas
  • Assistant Coach: Will Avery
  • Assistant Coach: Emanuel Dildy
  • Special Assistant to the Head Coach: Mike Schroage
  • Director of Player Development: Justin Robinson

Where do the Blue Devils play?

  • Name: Cameron Indoor Stadium
  • Address: 115 Whitford Drive
  • Location: Durham, North Carolina
  • Owner and Operator: Duke University
  • Basketball Capacity: 9,314
  • Opened: January 6, 1940
  • Last Renovated: 2015-16
  • Other sports: Duke Blue Devils women’s basketball (since 1975), women’s volleyball (since 1975)

Top sportsbook and bars for Duke games close to campus

Tobacco Road Sports Cafe

  • 280 S. Mangum Street
  • Durham, NC 27701

More sports-restaurant than sports bar, Tobacco Road is the place to be for Duke sports fans and Durham foodies.

Devine’s Restaurant & Sports Bar

  • 904 West Main Street
  • Durham NC 27704

A Durham tradition since 1978, Devine’s is known for its food, drinks, sports, live music, entertainment, and good times.

Catawba Two Kings Sportsbook

  • 538 Kings Mountain Blvd.
  • Kings Mountain, NC 28086

The closest live casino and retail sportsbook to Duke’s campus is about a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Durham.

Watching Duke basketball in North Carolina?

As a big-time college basketball program, many of Duke’s games air on national networks like ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2. The few that aren’t can be found on the ACC Network or RSN. Duke’s NCAA tournament games air on CBS.

Duke basketball all-time leaders

Here are the Duke Blue Devils’ career leaders in some key stat categories:

  • Points: JJ Redick, 2,769 (2002-06)
  • Rebounds: Shelden Williams, 1,262 (2002-06)
  • Assists: Bobby Hurley, 1,076 (1989-93)
  • Single Game Points: Danny Ferry, 58 vs. Miami (1988-89)

    Blue Devils Basketball FAQ

    How much are Duke Blue Devils basketball tickets? 

    The average Duke basketball ticket price at the Cameron Indoor Stadium is $61.

    How many times has Duke won the National Championship?

    Duke has won the NCAA tournament five times, all under Mike Krzyzewski.

    How many Blue Devils basketball numbers are retired?

    Duke has retired 13 jersey numbers:

    • 10 Dick Groat 1952
    • 43 Mike Gminski 1980
    • 24 Johnny Dawkins 1986
    • 35 Danny Ferry 1989
    • 25 Art Heyman 1990
    • 32 Christian Laettner 1992
    • 11 Bobby Hurley 1993
    • 33 Grant Hill 1994
    • 44 Jeff Mullins 1994
    • 31 Shane Battier 2001
    • 22 Jay Williams 2003
    What is the Duke basketball mascot?

    Duke’s athletic teams have been known as the Blue Devils since 1922. The name came from the nickname “diables bleus” used for an elite mountain warfare infantry unit in World War I. The team mascot wears an iconic Blue Devil suit at every game.

    About the Author

    Martin Derbyshire

    Martin Derbyshire is Content Contributor with NC Sharp. He’s been writing online casino and sports betting content since 2007, making him a true industry veteran. Derbyshire has travelled to and written about casino, sports betting, and gambling culture all over the world, from the Las Vegas Strip and High Street Bookmakers in the UK to the casino resorts in the Special Administrative Region of Macau. Before immersing himself in the casino and gaming industry, Derbyshire earned a Post-Graduate Certificate in Journalism from Langara College in Vancouver, BC, and was a crime reporter in the Greater Toronto Area. Some of his top stories appeared in the Toronto Star. Derbyshire now lives with his family in Buriram, Thailand.