LOS ANGELES – All 31 UCLA men’s basketball regular-season game dates have been finalized, as announced by the Pac-12 Conference on Thursday.
The Bruins will play a 20-game conference schedule, marking the third consecutive season in which the Pac-12 has featured a 20-game league slate. Tip-off times and television designations for non-conference and league-play portions of UCLA’s schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.
UCLA’s season-opening game against Sacramento State will take place Monday, Nov. 7, in Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom. The Bruins announced their non-conference slate in early August, while the Pac-12 had unveiled the 10-week home and away designations in mid-August.
Pac-12 play will tip off with early conference games from Nov. 30-Dec. 4, with the Bruins set to play at Stanford (Thursday, Dec. 1) and at home against Oregon (Sunday, Dec. 4).
UCLA’s remaining 18 games in Pac-12 play will begin with a road trip to face Washington State (Friday, Dec. 30) and Washington (Sunday, Jan. 1) when the calendar flips to 2023. The Bruins will return home the following week, hosting crosstown rival USC on Thursday, Jan. 5.
The Bruins are scheduled to play four of their final six games in Pauley Pavilion, closing the regular-season schedule against Arizona State (Thursday, March 2) and Arizona (Saturday, March 4).
Conference play consists of nine opponents played both at home and on the road, and two single-game opponents split between home and road venues.
The 2023 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament will take place March 8-11, 2023 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. This will mark the 11th consecutive season in which the Pac-12 has hosted the men’s basketball tournament in Las Vegas.
UCLA will host one exhibition game against Concordia University Irvine on Wednesday, Nov. 2, five days prior to the Bruins’ regular-season opener.
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