The Duke basketball team will continue its homestand against the Clemson Tigers.
It will be another home contest for the Duke basketball team after its dominating victory over Syracuse.
The No. 9 Blue Devils (15-3, 5-2 ACC) host the Clemson Tigers (11-8, 3-5 ACC), who have struggled this season.
After a road victory against North Carolina State, Brad Brownell’s team lost three straight games to Notre Dame, Boston College, and Syracuse before getting back in the win column with a victory over Pittsburgh.
Tuesday night will be the last time Duke takes the floor in Cameron Indoor Stadium until February 7 against Virginia as the Blue Devils will play their next three games on the road and five of their next six games will be away from Durham.
Clemson is led by 14.8 points per game from PJ Hall and 11.6 and 11.5 points per game from Al-Amir Dawes and David Collins, respectively.
Duke Injury Report vs. Clemson
It is likely that Duke will, once again, be without freshman guard Trevor Keels, who was injured in the loss to Florida State.
Mike Krzyzewski said that he is progressing well, but the team does not have a timetable for a return as of yet.
Trevor Keels is averaging 11.9 points per game this season.
Duke vs. Clemson Odds: Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick
WynnBET’s College Basketball Odds lists Duke as a 12.5-point home favorite against Clemson while the over/under is set at 145.5.
Duke was able to overcome the loss of Trevor Keels against the Syracuse zone easier than expected, and the Blue Devils should have their way against Clemson as well.
Tuesday night will be important for Mike Krzyzewski’s team to try and build a winning streak before it heads out on the road for a critical three-game stretch.
We will take Duke to win, and cover, while we 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 ESPN2.
Duke vs. Clemson Live Stream
Tonight’s Duke basketball game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Duke Next Game and Schedule
Saturday, Jan. 29 at. Louisville (12:00 p.m.)
Monday, Jan. 31 at. Notre Dame (7:00 p.m.)
Saturday, Feb. 5 at. North Carolina (6:00 p.m.)