|Full name||Card Gymnasium|
|Location||Durham, North Carolina|
|Duke Blue Devils men's basketball (1930-1939)|
Card Gymnasium is a 4,000 seat multi-purpose arena in Durham, North Carolina. It was home to the Duke University Blue Devils basketball team until the Cameron Indoor Stadium opened in 1940. It is named after former Blue Devils head basketball coach, Wilbur Wade Card.
On May 7, 2013 it was honored to host the second round of the epic battle of the fierce basketball rivalry between Duke's and UNC's Economics departments. The first round was at UNC's Woollen Gymnasium where UNC scraped out a victory. However, the second round was all Duke, where after losing the first game, the Blue Devils pulled away and won the championship, 3 games to 1.
- ESPN, Editors (2009), ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia, Bristol, Connecticut: ESPN, ISBN 978-0-345-51392-2
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