Duke Basketball Odds

Duke basketball odds

Duke University is considered a college basketball blue blood, and the Blue Devils are once again one of the top CBB teams in the nation. Duke basketball odds are available to bet on now. See Duke odds for every game as well as National Title and Final Four futures. Jon Scheyer’s team had around +1300 National Championship odds in early March.

Duke basketball odds

View Duke basketball odds for their Sweet 16 game against Houston. Toggle between Duke Blue Devils spreads, moneylines and totals.

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Jon Scheyer entered his second season as the Blue Devils men’s basketball coach with all eyes on making a long NCAA Tournament run. Duke is currently ranked No. 9 nationally with a 23-6 record.

Last season, Duke drew the No. 5 seed in the East Region and defeated No. 12 Oral Roberts in the first round. The Blue Devils’ March Madness run ended with a second-round loss to No. 4 Tennessee.

Duke is looking to make an 18th Final Four appearance. The Blue Devils odds of winning a sixth national championship (and first since the 2015 season) are . Looking at the March Madness odds from the start of the season, only the Kansas Jayhawks and Purdue Boilermakers had shorter odds. Below are live National Title odds.


Duke basketball odds to reach the Final Four at the start of the 2023 – 2024 college basketball season were +380. It’s important to note that many sportsbooks will post Final Four odds closer to Selection Sunday in mid-March. Therefore, your betting options are more limited than when it comes to wagering on the national championship.

Duke acc championship odds

The 2024 ACC Tournament will take place Wednesday, March 13 through Saturday, March 16 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. Duke was the favorite to win the Atlantic Coast Conference at the start of the season, but the Blue Devils currently have () odds to win the tourney. North Carolina () is the current favorite.

Blue Devils 2023-24 Basketball Schedule

Blue Devils Roster

Besides being a Wooden Award contender, having 7-foot center Kyle Filipowski back in the fold will help Duke’s chances of contending for ACC and national championship titles. All Filipowski did as a freshman was win ACC Tournament MVP along with ACC Rookie of the Year and Kyle Macy National Freshman of the Year awards. This season, he leads the Blue Devils in scoring (16.5 PPG) and rebounding (6 RPG).

With Duke being an extremely young team, senior guard Jeremy Roach is back to provide leadership and serve as team captain again. Besides entering the 2023-24 with 75 career starts, Roach is the newest member of Duke’s 1,000 career points club. He achieved the milestone by scoring 17 points in an early season loss to Arizona.

Tyrese Proctor, a 6-foot-5 guard out of Australia, made the ACC All-Freshman team as a rookie. He is averaging 10.4 PPG, 3.8 ASP, and 2.9 RPG this season. The extremely talented sophomore class includes 6-foot-9 forward Mark Mitchell (12.4 PPG and 6.2 RPG). Mitchell ranked in the 94th percentile in defensive metrics as a Duke rookie.

Duke’s full roster is below.



The moneyline bet is as basic as it gets regarding NC sports betting apps. This is where a bettor picks a winner straight up without any points. Check out the hypothetical Duke men’s basketball example below:

  • Duke -120
  • Arkansas +110

Based on the odds above, the Blue Devils are considered a small road favorite over the Razorbacks due to the “-” before the 120. So if you wager $100 on Duke to win this game straight up, and they win, the total payout would be $183.33 ($83.33 profit plus the initial $100 bet back). Arkansas would be a slightly higher payout of $220 based on the “plus” odds of being an underdog.

Point Spread

Point spread bets bring an extra layer to the moneyline concept. The difference is that a team can win or lose by a set amount of points depending on which side you pick. Wagers on teams with a “+” before their number can either win the game outright or lose it by whatever the point spread is. The favorite or teams with a “-” before the number must win by more than the set amount of points.

Here’s an extreme example from one of Duke’s non-conference games:

  • Duke -31.5 (-110)
  • Bucknell +31.5 (-110)

In this case, FanDuel considers the Blue Devils a heavy favorite based on the 31.5 points, showcased by the aforementioned minus sign, versus the Bisons. It means Duke must defeat Bucknell by at least 32 points. Even though an 80-50 Duke victory would be considered a blowout, it wouldn’t be enough for Duke bettors to cash winning tickets. An 82-50 victory, on the other hand, would cover the Duke spread.

NC sports betting apps will also list a larger number in parentheses. This is the price or “vig” the sportsbook is charging for the spread. So if a bettor wants to win $100 on Duke or Bucknell, they would need to risk or wager $110.

Point Total (Over/Under)

A totals bet, also known as the over/under, centers around the final score of a Duke basketball game. The sportsbook sets a total for each game, and the bettor must decide which side of the line the final score will fall. No matter what the number is, the odds typically range between -105 and -115.

Using the previously mentioned Duke vs. Bucknell game as an example, the total is over/under 140.5. This means if the combined score ends up being 140 or less, under bets will cash while over bets are winners with a total of at least 141. If a bettor wagers $100 on the over (-115), the total payout on a winning bet would be $186.96 ($86.96 profit plus the $100 risk back).

In-Play, Live Betting

All of the wagers mentioned above can be placed prior to the tip or after the game starts. The latter is considered live betting in which the odds constantly change throughout the game. Many of the live betting markets are not available in the pre-live betting menu.

Say Duke is a pre-game -10.5-point favorite over Georgia Tech. You are pretty confident Duke is going to win the game, but think the final score is going to be a little closer. Th first half starts, and the Yellow Jackets jump out to an early 17-5 lead. Suddenly, you now notice Duke is only a -6.5 favorite. If you like this line better, you can make a live point spread bet. Keep in mind there will be a very small window in which that number will be available.

Parlaying Duke Basketball Odds

Parlay bets offer the option of combining two or more bets, also known as legs, and improve the betting odds. The catch is that each leg of the parlay must hit for the bet to win. For example, a Duke moneyline of -270 isn’t as attractive as a single bet as a $100 bet would return $137.04. However, a bettor could hypothetically combine it with Jeremy Roach to score over 12.5 points (-110) and Tyler Proctor over 3.5+ rebounds (+110). The same-game parlay odds are a much more attractive +355. But all three bets must win for your parlay to cash.

One thing to consider is many sports betting apps offer a cash-out option available for straight wagers and parlays. This gives customers the option to consider taking a small win or minimal loss instead of waiting to find out if all legs of the bet will hit. Sportsbooks have a limited window when this option is available. Bettors should never rely on cashing out at any point.


The Wooden Award betting market is still open at DraftKings Sportsbook. With conference tournament week fast approaching, Filipowski has +8000 odds to win the award. Zach Edey, Purdue’s 7-foot-4 center – the reigning National Player of the Year – is the heavy favorite to repeat (-2500). Click any of the odds below to place a wager.


Who is the Duke Blue Devils head coach?

Jon Scheyer is Blue Devils current head coach. The former Duke All-American and team captain second season as head coach.

Who is the winningest coach in Duke University men’s basketball history?

Mike Krzyzewski retired following the 2021-22 season with 1,202 career victories, making him No. 1 all-time among Division I men’s basketball coaches. Coach K won 1,129 games during his 41 years at Duke. He also spent five seasons as Army’s men’s basketball coach.

How many NCAA Tournament titles have the Blue Devils won?

5. The Duke men’s basketball team has won five national championships, the most recent coming in 2015 – a 68-63 victory over Wisconsin. The others are:
2010: Duke 61, Butler 59
2001: Duke 82, Arizona 72
1992: Duke 71, Michigan 51
1991: Duke 72, Kansas 65

How many Final Four appearances have Duke made?

17. Duke is tied for the third most Final Four appearances with Kentucky. Only North Carolina (21) and UCLA (18) have made more Final Four appearances.

Is Duke the favorite to win the 2023-24 NCAA men’s basketball title?

No. As of early March, Caesars has the defending national champion UConn Huskies favored to win the 2023-24 NCAA title with +500 odds. Houston (+600), Purdue (+700), Arizona (+900), and Tennessee (+1200) are considered top contenders. Duke’s odds to win the NCAA Tournament are +2200.