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Final Details For Duke’s Northern Tour

All systems are go for Canada in August. Now if we just knew where to set the DVD...

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NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-Second Round
 Mar 17, 2018; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Duke Blue Devils guard Jordan Goldwire (14) and forward Javin DeLaurier (12) react leaving the court after defeating the Rhode Island Rams in the second round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament at PPG Paints Arena. Duke won 87-62.
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The plans for Duke’s Canadian trip have been finalized:

Duke will leave on August 13th, play at the Hershey Center on August 15th and 17th against Ryerson and the University of Toronto respectively. Then it’s on to Montreal on the 19th.

ESPN will cover the tour on one of their networks but we don't think they’ve decided which one yet.

Also, if you go here, you can pick a tour package and enjoy some summer hoops, which, generally speaking, we think is a good idea.

And since one of the secondary purposes of this tour is to get Duke some face time with young Canadian talent, you can reasonably expect John Calipari to do what he so often does and schedule his own tour next summer.

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