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DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke Basketball season is underway and GoDuke.com is celebrating with its 2013-14 Basketball Season Tip-Off Auction. Blue Devil fans can now bid on one-of-a-kind autographed items and special access ticket packages to upcoming Duke men’s basketball games.

Bid now on autographed items signed by Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski and former Blue Devil greats.

Special access ticket packages to Duke’s upcoming games against East Carolina/Norfolk State (November 19) and Vermont (November 24) are up for bidding. A booth access package, which includes 8 tickets in your very own suite, is available for Vermont.

Two items will end each weekday beginning Monday, October 14 until the auction closes on Friday, November 15.

Find the perfect gift for your favorite Blue Devil fan in the 2013-14 Basketball Season Tip-Off Auction.

2013-14 Basketball Season Tip-Off Auction
Wednesday, Nov. 13
Autographed Coach K Nike Shoe – 4:30 PM
Men's Basketball vs. East Carolina/Norfolk State Special Access – 5:00 PM

Thursday, Nov. 14
Autographed Coach K Nike Basketball – 4:30 PM
Autographed Duke Bench Chair – 5:00 PM

Friday, Nov. 15
Men's Basketball vs. Vermont Special Access – 4:30 PM
Men's Basketball Booth Access vs. Vermont (8 Tickets) – 5:00 PM

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