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Tulane Basketball Tickets

The Tulane men’s basketball team is an NCAA Division I team that competes against some of the best in the CUSA conference, such as Old Dominion, Southern Miss, Florida Atlantic, Marshall, East Carolina and LA Tech. Buy your Tulane basketball tickets today and be a part of NCAA basketball history. Watch the Tulane Green Wave play at the historic Devlin Fieldhouse as they vie for another appearance at the NCAA national tournament.

The Tulane Green Wave has a rich history and an envious winning record. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the team was a powerhouse in its conference. Led by legendary coach Perry Clark, who rebuilt the Tulane team from the ground up, the Green Wave started off the 1991-92 season with a 13-game win streak and went on to the second round of the national tournament. The Green Wave continued its winning ways earning invitations to the Big Dance the following two seasons. In the 2012-13 season, the Tulane team was a major force in the CUSA, scoring an average of almost 70 points per game (placing them 7th in the conference), making 34.9 percent of their 3-point field goals (7th) and hitting over 70 percent of their free throws (2nd).