The Duke basketball team continues its homestand against Gardner-Webb.
It was a successful week for the Duke basketball program, although it did not have as strong of an ending as it would have liked.
After a season-opening win over then-No. 10 Kentucky at Madison Square Garden, the Blue Devils returned home for two games on consecutive days against Army and Campbell.
Mike Krzyzewski was able to see his team pick up a convincing victory over his alma mater, but the five-time National Champions struggled with the Camels before putting the game away in the final minutes of the second half.
Gardner-Webb comes to Durham as the final game of its three-game road trip to begin the season after the Runnin’ Bulldogs were handed losses against UNLV and Arkansas.
Duke has jumped from No. 9 to No. 7 in the latest Associated Press Top-25 Poll after its perfect week.
Duke Injury Report vs. Gardner-Webb
Duke saw one injury scare in its victory over Campbell as junior captain Wendell Moore left the game in less than a minute with what looked to be a knee injury.
Lucky for Duke the forward shortly returned to the bench, as well as the game, and showed no signs of whatever was hurting him.
The Blue Devils once again appear to be fully healthy entering Tuesday night’s game.
Duke vs Gardner-Webb Odds: Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick
WynnBET’s College Basketball Odds lists Duke as a 21.5-point favorite over Gardner-Webb at home while the over/under is set at 143.
We will take Duke to cover the spread against Gardner-Webb as the Blue Devils will look to assert their dominance after a shaky outing against Campbell over the weekend.
We will predict the total to go over the number listed.
What Channel is the Duke Game On?
The game will be broadcasted at 7:00 p.m. E.T. on ACC Network Extra and Regional Sports Networks.
Duke vs. Gardner-Webb Live Stream
Tonight’s Duke game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Duke Next Game and Schedule
- Friday, Nov. 19: vs. Lafayette (8 p.m.)
- Monday, Nov. 22 vs. The Citadel (9 p.m.)
- Friday, Nov. 26 vs. No. 1 Gonzaga (10:30 p.m. – Las Vegas)