In their first ever game against Jim Boeheim and the Syracuse Orange at the Carrier Dome, the Duke Blue Devils are bringing their third five-game winning streak of the season with them. However, the Blue Devils have twice failed to push a streak to six games in 2013-14. Duke is hoping that the third time is the charm as Mike Krzyzewski brings his team into Syracuse, New York. You should get your Duke basketball tickets for this game to see the two most winningest coaches in Division I history square off in one of the best games of the year.
The Blue Devils look to give the 20-0 Orange basketball team its first loss of the season, but they will have to do it in hostile conditions. While the dome will be rocking, you can get in for just $36 to try to infiltrate the orange crowd. If you do not want to sit too far away from the court, you are in luck. The average price has fallen 32 percent recently, and it now stands at $177.82, so this is the time to get your tickets. For the home team, this game is 251% above the average price for Syracuse basketball tickets.
Even with this being such an important game, the price of tickets is only 23 percent above the average price of a Duke road contest, which is $144.76. Therefore, there should be many Blue Devils’ fans in Syracuse on Saturday evening to cheer on Jabari Parker and the rest of the Dukies as they face the Orange.
After not getting to the line on January 13 against the Virginia Cavaliers, Parker has been attempting quite a few free throws recently. He has made at least five shots from the line in each of his last four games. In addition, during that span, he has attempted 8.5 free throws per contest, which is about three more than his career average at Duke. It will be vital for Parker to get to the line in this game in order for the Blue Devils to win.