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FSU basketball vs. Duke: How to watch, notes, game thread

The Seminoles visit No. 17 Duke

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The Florida State Seminoles will play their last game of the 2022 calendar year at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina. The head to the historic basketball town to play the team’s first game in 10 days, its last action a win against Notre Dame at home.

Duke is considered the favorite by all betting sites, which shouldn’t come by surprise. The Blue Devils are currently ranked as the No. 17 team in the country, with a 10-3 record, while the Noles are in the midst of one of the worst seasons in the decades. Florida State is 4-10 on the year, starting the season with a 1-9 record. They’ve picked up the pace, winning three of their last four, but a trip to Durham with an unproven roster puts the Seminoles in a very difficult situation.

Head coach Leonard Hamilton has talked about the hardships the program has faced in the past year, but even with an injury-plagued team, the Noles should have had the talent to win a few more games early in the season. When both teams met during the 2021-22 campaign, they split the series with home victories from both parties.

The game should feature an exciting matchup between two athletically gifted teams, but the Duke Blue Devils carry the clear advantage in nearly every category.

We’re set to tipoff at 1:00 p.m. with an ESPN2 broadcast.

Florida State vs. Duke how to watch, TV info


Saturday, December 31


1:00 p.m.




ESPN, Hulu


Seminoles Radio Network