1963–64 Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team

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1963–64 Duke Blue Devils men's basketball
Duke text logo.svg
ACC Regular Season Champions, ACC Tournament Champions
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Ranking
Coaches No. 4
AP No. 3
1963–64 record 26–5 (13–1 ACC)
Head coach Vic Bubas
Assistant coach Chuck Daly
Assistant coach Bucky Waters
Home arena Cameron Indoor Stadium
Seasons

The 1963–64 Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team represented Duke University. The Head Coach was Vic Bubas. The team played its home games in the Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina, and was a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
November 30*
No. 4 Penn St W 92–62  1–0
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,200)
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December 6*
No. 4 vs. No. 7 Ohio St
West Virginia Centennial
W 76–75  2–0
Morgantown, WV (4,800)
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December 7*
No. 4 vs. West Virginia
West Virginia Centennial
W 86–81  3–0
Morgantown, WV (5,700)
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December 11*
No. 3 at Vanderbilt L 92–97  3–1
Memorial Gymnasium (7,500)
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December 14
No. 3 Clemson W 75–52  4–1
(1–0)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,500)
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December 16
No. 3 at South Carolina W 77–70  5–1
(2–0)
Carolina Coliseum (3,500)
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December 19
No. 5 Virginia W 84–73  6–1
(3–0)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,000)
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December 21*
No. 5 at No. 3 Michigan L 67–83  6–2
Ann Arbor, MI (7,251)
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December 30*
No. 8 vs. Auburn W 84–67  7–2
New Orleans, LA
(Sugar Bowl Tournament)
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December 31*
No. 9 vs. No. 1 Kentucky L 79–81  7–3
New Orleans, LA
(Sugar Bowl Tournament)
 (6,700)
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January 4
No. 9 N.C. State W 91–70  8–3
(4–0)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,800)
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January 8
No. 9 at Clemson W 81–75  9–3
(5–0)
Littlejohn Coliseum (5,000)
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January 11
No. 9 North Carolina
Rivalry
W 84–64  10–3
(6–0)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,800)
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January 25*
No. 8 vs. Tennessee W 67–65 2OT 11–3
Greensboro Coliseum (9,147)
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January 30
No. 8 South Carolina W 80–67  12–3
(7–0)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,200)
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February 1*
No. 8 Navy W 121–63  13–3
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,800)
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February 5
No. 7 at N.C. State W 66–48  14–3
(8–0)
Reynolds Coliseum (9,100)
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February 8
No. 7 at Maryland
Rivalry
W 104–72  15–3
(9–0)
Cole Field House (11,600)
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February 10
No. 7 at Virginia W 80–59  16–3
(10–0)
University Hall (3,500)
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February 15*
No. 5 No. 4 Davidson W 82–75  17–3
Cameron Indoor Stadium (8,800)
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February 18
No. 4 at Wake Forest L 71–72  17–4
(10–1)
Winston-Salem Memorial Coliseum (8,300)
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February 22
No. 4 Maryland W 84–63  18–4
(11–1)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (7,500)
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February 25
No. 4 Wake Forest W 98–83  19–4
(12–1)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (7,500)
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February 29
No. 4 at North Carolina W 104–69  20–4
(13–1)
Carmichael Auditorium (5,000)
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March 5*
No. 4 vs. N.C. State
ACC Tournament
W 75–44  21–4
Reynolds Coliseum (12,300)
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March 6*
No. 4 vs. North Carolina
ACC Tournament
W 65–49  22–4
Reynolds Coliseum (12,400)
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March 7*
No. 4 vs. Wake Forest
ACC Tournament
W 80–59  23–4
Reynolds Coliseum (12,400)
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March 13*
No. 3 vs. No. 7 Villanova
NCAA Tournament
W 87–73  24–4
Reynolds Coliseum (12,400)
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March 14*
No. 3 vs. Connecticut
NCAA Tournament
W 101–54  25–4
Reynolds Coliseum (12,400)
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March 20*
No. 3 vs. No. 2 Michigan
NCAA Tournament
W 91–80  26–4
Municipal Auditorium (10,731)
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March 21*
No. 3 vs. No. 1 UCLA
NCAA Tournament
L 83–98  26–5
Municipal Auditorium (10,864)
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*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses. E=East.

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Awards and honors[edit]

Team players drafted into the NBA[edit]

Round Pick Player NBA Club
1 6 Jeff Mullins St. Louis Hawks
8 68 Jay Buckley Los Angeles Lakers

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