Duke vs. Kentucky Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Duke vs. Kentucky online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The Blue Devils and Wildcats will tip off in the United Center in Chicago, Ill. for the Champions Classic.

    November 16, 2015

    Everything you need to know about the Duke vs. Kentucky online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.


    Kentucky was one game away from playing Duke in the national championship last season. Now both teams, locked and loaded with star freshmen, will go toe-to-toe.

    Mike Krzyzewski’s high-powered offense, led by sophomore Grayson Allen and freshman Brandon Ingram will run into John Calipari’s defensive-minded Wildcats, led by freshmen Jamal Murray and Skal Labissiere.

    Murray, Isaiah Briscoe and Tyler Ulis will try to contain Allen and point guard Derryck Thornton, while Labissiere will face off against fellow big man Marshall Plumlee.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Duke vs. Kentucky online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.


    Duke vs. Kentucky Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: United Center, Chicago, Ill.
    • Date: Tuesday, November 17
    • Tip-off Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
    • National TV: ESPN
    • Duke vs. Kentucky Online Live Stream: WATCH ESPN, Duke Radio Live Stream


    Prediction

    Picking between the two of them is like pulling teeth, but in the end, Duke is going to come out on top. Plumlee is going to give Labissiere a hard time down low, and Allen will have another scoring outburst for the Blue Devils. Coach K is 5-1 against Kentucky, and Duke is 3-1 in the Champions Classic. Kentucky won’t be able to match the perimeter shooting by the Blue Devils, but Murray will help keep them in the game with a big scoring contribution.

    For the final score prediction visit our Duke vs. Kentucky game preview.


    Game Notes

    • Duke has the best winning percentage (.839) in
      the NCAA since the start of the 2009-10 season.
      The Blue Devils have also won 187 games this
      decade, second-most in the NCAA..
    •  With freshmen Brandon Ingram, Chase Jeter
      and Luke Kennard joining the fold this year,
      Duke has a nation-leading seven McDonald’s AllAmericans
      on its 2015-16 roster.
    • Kentucky (6th) and Duke (7th) both rank in the top 10 in offensive rebounds, but the Wildcats are tied for the NCAA lead with 17 blocks while the Blue Devils are ranked No. 19 with 11 blocks.
    • Mike Krzyzewski is 5-1 against the Wildcats, and  Duke is 3-1 in the Champions Classic, including
      a 75-68 win over Kentucky in Atlanta in 2012..


    WATCH: Kentucky’s Backcourt Will Dictate Success

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