UNC Basketball Schedule: UNC Basketball 2022-23 Schedule Updated

The complete Unc basketball schedule for the 2022-23 season at North Carolina has been published. The Tar Heels are scheduled to play their first game of the season on November 7 against UNC Wilmington. The first Atlantic Coast Conference game of the season will take place on December 4 at Virginia Tech.

The non-conference schedule included a trip to Portland, Oregon over the Thanksgiving holiday for the PK85 tournament. In the second game of the tournament, UNC might play Villanova.

Other games that stand out on the non-conference slate include contests against Ohio State in Madison Square Garden as part of the CBS Sports Classic, Indiana in Bloomington on November 30 as part of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, and Michigan in Charlotte’s Spectrum Center on December 21 as part of the Jumpman Invitational. All three of these games are taking place outside of the conference.


The Atlantic Coast Conference calendar for North Carolina features home and away games against Duke, N.C. State, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia, and Wake Forest. Other opponents on the schedule include Virginia. Only away games are scheduled for the Tar Heels’ schedule, which includes Florida State, Louisville, Syracuse, and Virginia Tech.



Oct. 28 vs. Johnson C. Smith (exhibition game)
Nov. 7 vs. UNCW
Nov. 11 vs. College of Charleston
Nov. 15 vs. Gardner-Webb
Nov. 20 vs. James Madison
Nov. 24 PKI vs. Portland (1 p.m., Portland, Ore.)
Nov. 25 PKI vs. Villanova/Iowa State
Nov. 27 PKI vs. Alabama/Michigan St, Oregon/UConn
Nov. 30 at Indiana, ACC/Big Ten Challenge
Dec. 4 at Virginia Tech
Dec. 10 vs. Georgia Tech 
Dec. 13 vs. The Citadel
Dec. 17 vs. Ohio State in CBS Sports Classic (3 p.m., Madison Square Garden)
Dec. 21 vs. Michigan in Jumpman Invitational (7 .p.m, Charlotte, N.C.)
Dec. 30/31 at Pitt
Jan. 4 vs. Wake Forest
Jan. 7 vs. Notre Dame
Jan. 10 at Virginia
Jan. 14 at Louisville
Jan. 17 vs. Boston College
Jan. 21 vs. NC State
Jan. 24 at Syracuse
Feb. 1 vs. Pitt 
Feb. 4 at Duke
Feb. 7 at Wake Forest
Feb. 11 vs. Clemson
Feb. 13 vs. Miami
Feb. 19 at NC State
Feb. 22 at Notre Dame
Feb. 25 vs. Virginia
Feb. 27 at Florida State
March 4 vs. Duke


The Tar Heels bring back four of the five starters from the squad that finished the 2021-22 season with a record of 29-9 but fell short in the national championship game to Kansas. R.J. Davis, Caleb Love, Leaky Black, and Armando Bacot all return to the starting lineup for the North Carolina Tar Heels.

The University of North Carolina has replaced the sharpshooter they lost, Brady Manek, with Pete Nance, a graduate transfer from Northwestern. Nance finished the previous season with the Wildcats averaging 14.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.1 blocks while shooting 49.7 percent from the field and 45.2 percent from three-point range.

Forwards Puff Johnson, Dontrez Styles, and Justin McKoy are also available to play for Carolina once again. Seth Trimble, a four-star point guard, Tyler Nickel, a forward, and Jalen Washington, a big man, are all members of UNC’s incoming freshman class. Washington is anticipated to be in top physical condition when practice begins later this month.

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