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After cutting down the nets in the ​ACC Tournament, the Duke Blue Devils were rewarded with the No. 1 overall seed in the ​NCAA Tournament. In fact, the Blue Devils have been so captivating this season that the folks at FanDuel Sportsbook created a host of unique prop bets specifically based off the team.

​​There's everything from the Blue Devils winning the championship, which they're the ​heavy favorites to do so, to a prop on who will score more points in the tournament – ​Zion Williamson or ​R.J. Barrett. There are also odds for Duke to make the Final Four (-185) and to qualify for the Elite Eight (-330).


There are also four different winning-margin prop bets available for the Blue Devils. Duke is listed at -125 to outscore its opponents by a combined 65 points or more, +125 to outscore its opponents by 70 points or more and +200 to outscore its opponents by 75 points or more. And, if you're feeling bold, you can take Duke at +360 to outscore its opponents by 80 points or more throughout the tournament. 

​​This is arguably the best Duke team in recent memory, and that's saying something considering the school has won two national titles since 2010. The Blue Devils could make another memorable run, and if you are feeling confident in them, there are more than enough ways to ​place a wager on the team during March Madness.


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