The Duke Blue Devils basketball average ticket prices for the regular college basketball season has remained relatively consistent over the last 4 seasons. The largest decrease came during the Blue Devils’ 2014-2015 season with a drop of 20%, moving from an average price of $311 to a $249 ticket price. Throughout these current and past seasons, four out of the six seasons maintained an average price in the mid to high $200 range. The average ticket price for Duke’s 2016-2017 basketball regular season is currently at $299, which is a 9% increase from the previous year and the highest ticket average since the 2014-2013 season.
(Data updated 1/18/2017)
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2017 Blue Devils Season Preview
The 2015-2016 season for the Duke Blue Devils basketball team was disappointing after their 2015 National Championship win. The Blue Devils finished in a tie for fifth in the ACC with a season record of 25-11. Head coach Mike Krzyzewski advanced Duke into the Sweet Sixteen but lost in their third game to Oregon. The expectation for the Duke basketball team in the 2016-2017 season is high with a No.1 recruiting class. The National Championship for this season is a great possibility for the elite team that Krzyzewski has brought to the Blue Devils. Duke will have returning player Grayson Allen, who has experience at this level with an average of more than 20 points per game from last season. The combination of veterans like Allen and stellar freshmen recruits, the transition for a fantastic season is high for the Duke Blue Devils. Top games in the 2016-2017 Duke Blue Devils basketball schedule will take place at the ACC-Big Ten Challenge against Michigan State and at the Champions Classic against top team Kentucky. Don’t miss out on the Duke Blue Devils tickets for the 2016-2017 season as they go for another ACC title and a spot in the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
Duke Blue Devils Basketball at Cameron Indoor Stadium Address: 301 Whitford Dr, Durham, North Carolina, 27708
The Blue Devils play their home games at Cameron Indoor Stadium, located in Durham, North Carolina. An intimate stadium, Cameron holds just more than nine thousand screaming fans. Cameron is one of the toughest places to play on the road because of the Cameron Crazies. The Duke student section is known for their energy and dedication they show at every game. Cameron is a must-see venue for every college basketball fan. The Duke Blue Devils home bench is on the Cameron Indoor Stadium sideline in front of section 19. Cameron Indoor Stadium parking information is covered in our Blue Devils event guide.
The quintessential rivalry in college basketball, attending the Duke vs. North Carolina matchup is on the list of every college basketball fan. This battle for supremacy on Tobacco Road has produced some of the best games in the history of college basketball, and is consistently played with ACC and national title implications on the line. Cameron Indoor is famous for its “Cameron Crazies,” who never more amped up than when North Carolina is in town. If you attend one college basketball game in your life, it should be this one.
Duke vs. Maryland
Dating back to 1925, these two basketball powerhouses have met on the hardwood over 170 times. This rivalry has really gained steam in the last decade and a half with Maryland producing national caliber teams for the first time. Duke has dominated the series, but the passion, intensity, and competitiveness of the rivalry has grown into one of the best rivalries on the east coast. With Maryland moving to the Big 10 the rivalry has been removed from both schools annual schedule.
Duke Blue Devils in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and ACC Tournament
Duke hasn’t always been a powerhouse of college basketball, but it sure seems that way. After Coach K took over in 1980, Duke has consistently been in the running for the national championship and has won four titles. Duke has been to the Final Four 15 times and has won the ACC regular season and tournament titles a combined 42 times. The Blue Devils are now one of college basketball’s holy grails.
2015-2016 Duke Blue Devils Season Preview
The Duke Blue Devils had one of the best years in school history a year ago, tearing through the NCAA Tournament, and winning a 5th National Championship. Following the championship, the Blue Devils saw stars Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones, and Justise Winslow leave for the NBA draft. But as always, Coach Krzyzewski pulled in a fantastic recruiting class, and are once again ready to make a title run in 2015-16. Freshmen Brandon Ingram, Chase Jeter, and Luke Kennard are expected to contribute right away, with Ingram serving as one of the top Blue Devils recruits in the last 5 years. Duke will add the talented freshmen to a solid group of returning players, including Matt Jones, Marcus Plumlee, and Grayson Allen. Duke should be in contention for another ACC title in 2015-16 and should be a contender for a high seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament.
2013-2014 Duke Blue Devils Season Preview
Duke fell short of what the Blue Devils fans and Coach K had in mind for them in the 2012-13 Season, and with a solid crop of sophomores and freshman superstar Jabari Parker leading the team this season, it looks like they could make a run at a national title. Quinn Cook won't be in a traditional point guard role with a team full of players capable of leading the fast break, but he'll be vital in the scoring game the same way Parker will be. Rasheed Sulaimon will also be looked upon for 10+ points a game.
Duke will have a big early-season match up with the Kansas Jayhawks, as well as another huge non-conference game against the Arizona Wildcats -- whom many are picking to win the Pac-12 and get to the Final Four. The biggest home game of the season comes in the very last contest for Duke, when UNC comes to town on March 8.
2011-2012 Duke Blue Devils Season Preview
With last season's NCAA Final Four championship under his belt, many may say that the legendary Mike Krzyzewski has nothing else to prove. Coach K has already been enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame, has brought the team to four titles and sports an incredible career coaching record of 760-215 throughout his 29 years at the university. But the leader is still hungry, and this season fans will surely see the Devils succeed on the court once again.
This year, junior Ryan Kelly and senior Miles Plumlee were named co-captains. Coach K has said that these two have worked hard in the offseason and are prepared to lead the team coming into the 2011-2012 season. Both players helped in acquiring the organization's 32-5 record last year and are looking to provide guidance down the stretch.
On the defensive side of the court, Duke will put some faith in a few newcomers that hope to round out the roster. Alex Murphy, a 6' 8" forward, was known to pull down rebounds in double digits during his high school career. With Coach K at the helm, fans can expect to see the team perform well once again.
2010-2011 Duke Blue Devils Season Preview
Cameron Crazies. Just the name invokes the mental image of 9,000 blue-painted Duke students jumping up and down in unison, screaming to throw off an opponent’s shot. They spend months sleeping in a tent city on Duke’s campus to get tickets to see games at Cameron Indoor Stadium, a venue Sports Illustrated ranked as one of the top in the world. You don’t have to do that, though. All you need is TicketCity to experience the joy of watching last year’s NCAA basketball champs try to repeat—which looks like a good bet.
That’s because this Duke team won a title, lost three starters and came back even more loaded than before. Brian Zoubek and Lance Thomas are no longer there to save the team with their rebounding. In their stead, Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski is going to look to his freshman phenom, New Jersey’s Kyrie Irving, and transfer Seth Curry to take the Blue Devils’ shooting outside. Curry led all freshman in scoring his first year at Liberty University, which must terrify the rest of the ACC Conference when imagining the backcourt they have to do deal with when they visit Cameron Indoor Stadium. Along with returning Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith and Mason Plumlee, who could all be round one picks in the NBA draft in 2011, this year is shaping up to be a good one for the Duke Blue Devils & Cameron Crazies.
Duke Blue Devils Basketball News - 1/16/2017
The Duke Blue Devils have a current season record of 14-4 and conference record of 2-3. Before Duke’s loss against Kansas Jayhawks, they had a 10-game winning streak. The Blue Devils have won their last two games and will play the Miami Hurricanes this Saturday for this week’s game. Tickets for the Duke vs Miami game are at the high range with an average price of $398.