Duke vs. Buffalo Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

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

The Duke Blue Devils and Buffalo Bulls will meet in Cameron Indoor Stadium in front of the “Cameron Crazies” on Saturday.

The Blue Devils are 7-1 following a 20-point hurting they put down on the Indiana Hoosiers on Wednesday.

Brandon Ingram and Matt Jones combined for 47 points while Grayson Allen poured in 16 of his own.

Buffalo is barely above .500 right now at 4-3. Losses to Old Dominion, St. Joseph’s and St. Bonaventure definitely were not on its Christmas list going into a road game in Cameron Indoor.

But let’s see if Lamonte Bearden, Blake Hamilton and Rodell Wigginton can go off against a Blue Devils defense giving up 70.6 points per game.

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

Duke vs. Buffalo Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

  • Venue: Cameron Indoor Stadium
  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 5
  • Tipoff Time: 5:15 p.m. ET
  • National TV: ESPN2
  • Duke vs. Buffalo Online Live Stream: Watch ESPNDuke Radio Live Stream


Duke is going to hand the Bulls a big, fat loss. Allen will go off. Jones will wreck the Bulls from behind the arc. The Blue Devils will control the glass. Just about everything will go Duke’s way in this one, and Buffalo will fall back down to .500.

For the score prediction, check out our Duke vs. Buffalo game preview

Game Notes

  • Today’s game will air nationally on ESPN2 and is part of Jimmy V Week. The UB coaching staff is wearing lime green ribbons in honor of head coach Nate Oats’ wife Crystal and her fight against double-hit lymphoma.
  • Senior Jarryn Skeete begins his fourth season in the Blue and White, the only four-year member of the Bulls. Skeete will be playing under his third head coach in four seasons. Skeete leads all active players on the Bulls in points (637), rebounds (290) and assists (169).
  • Duke is led by Grayson Allen, who is averaging 21.8 points per game
    and is shooting over 52% from the field. Allen is also the leader in assists
    with 26. Matt Jones is second on the team in scoring at 14.0 points per
    game, while Amile Jefferson is averaging 11.3 points and a team-high 10.6
    rebounds per contest. Jefferson is third nationally in offensive rebounding.

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