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UCLA Men's Basketball Schedule Finalized for 2021-22

Sep 29, 2021
Jaylen Clark, Johnny Juzang (photo courtesy of USA Today Sports)

LOS ANGELES – The UCLA regular-season men's basketball schedule has been finalized by the Pac-12 Conference, as announced by the league office on Wednesday.
The league office has announced game times and broadcast networks for 30 of the Bruins' 31 regular-season games. The game time and broadcast details for UCLA's non-conference game at UNLV (Nov. 27) have not been finalized.

UCLA's Printable PDF Schedule
UCLA will have at least 11 games broadcast by the ESPN family of networks, including a non-conference showdown against Villanova in Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom on Friday, Nov. 12 (8:30 p.m.). Eight of those 11 games, to be broadcast by the ESPN family of networks, are Pac-12 contests.
The Bruins will have as many as five games televised live by FOX Sports. UCLA's non-conference game at Marquette on Saturday, Dec. 11, will be nationally televised on FOX at Fiserv Forum (Milwaukee). The Bruins will have two games on CBS, including a non-conference contest against North Carolina in Las Vegas (Dec. 18) and a Pac-12 tilt at Oregon State on Saturday, Feb. 26.
Pac-12 Networks is scheduled to televise 12 regular-season games, including the season-opening matchup against CSU Bakersfield in Pauley Pavilion on Tuesday, Nov. 9.
In addition, the Bruins will host one exhibition game against Chico State on Thursday, Nov. 4. The game time and broadcast information for that contest has not been finalized.
The Bruins will play a 20-game Pac-12 schedule, with two early matchups slated against Colorado on Dec. 1 (Pauley Pavilion) and Washington on Dec. 5 (at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle). UCLA's non-conference schedule will conclude against Cal Poly on Wednesday, Dec. 22. The Bruins will begin the remainder of their Pac-12 schedule at home versus Arizona on Thursday, Dec. 30 (6 p.m. and with a New Year's Day tip-off versus Arizona State on Saturday, Jan. 1 (12 p.m.).
UCLA's remaining Pac-12 home games will include Oregon (Jan. 13), Oregon State (Jan. 15), California (Jan. 27), Stanford (Jan. 29), Washington State (Feb. 17), Washington (Feb. 19) and USC (March 5).
The Bruins are returning all five starters from last season's team – seniors Jules Bernard and Cody Riley, and juniors Tyger Campbell, Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Johnny Juzang. In all, the Bruins have brought back their 10 primary contributors from last season's exciting NCAA Tournament run and have added three newcomers – graduate transfer Myles Johnson (from Rutgers) and freshmen Will McClendon and Peyton Watson.
The 2020-21 campaign will mark UCLA's third season under the leadership of Mick Cronin, who was named The Michael Price Family UCLA Men's Head Basketball Coach in April 2019. Cronin helped the Bruins advance to the NCAA Final Four in 2021. He has led UCLA to a 41-22 overall record the past two seasons. Cronin is one of four active head coaches in the nation to have guided his teams to the past 10 NCAA Tournaments.
TICKET INFORMATION: UCLA's 2021-22 season tickets are now available, including the best seats to all 17 regular-season home games. Click here to secure men's basketball season tickets. Single-game tickets for non-conference home games will be available for Wooden Athletic Fund members (join here) and season ticket holders starting Tuesday, Oct. 5, and for the general public on Tuesday, Oct. 12. For additional ticket information, call UCLA Athletic Sales & Service at (310) 206-5991 or via email at

UCLA Men's Basketball, 2021-22 Schedule

Date Opponent Site TV Time
(Thu.) Nov. 4 Chico State (exhibition) Pauley Pavilion (TBD) (TBD)
(Tue.) Nov. 9 CSU Bakersfield Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 8 p.m.
(Fri.) Nov. 12 Villanova Pauley Pavilion ESPN2 8:30 p.m.
(Mon.) Nov. 15 Long Beach State Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 8 p.m.
(Wed.) Nov. 17 North Florida Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 7:30 p.m.
(Mon.) Nov. 22 vs. Bellarmine Las Vegas (T-Mobile Arena) ESPN+ 5 p.m.
(Tue.) Nov. 23 vs. Gonzaga Las Vegas (T-Mobile Arena) ESPN 7 p.m.
(Sat.) Nov. 27 at UNLV Las Vegas, Nev. (TBD) (TBD)
(Wed.) Dec. 1 Colorado* Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 6:30 p.m.
(Sun.) Dec. 5 Washington* Seattle, Wash. Pac-12 Network 12 p.m.
(Sat.) Dec. 11 at Marquette Milwaukee, Wis. FOX 1:30 p.m. (CT)
(Wed.) Dec. 15 Alabama State Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 8 p.m.
(Sat.) Dec. 18 vs. North Carolina Las Vegas (T-Mobile Arena) CBS 12 p.m.
(Wed.) Dec. 22 Cal Poly Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 7 p.m.
(Thu.) Dec. 30 Arizona* Pauley Pavilion ESPN2 6 p.m.
(Sat.) Jan. 1 Arizona State* Pauley Pavilion FOX 12 p.m.
(Thu.) Jan. 6 at Stanford* Stanford, Calif. ESPN 6:30 p.m.
(Sat.) Jan. 8 at California* Berkeley, Calif. Pac-12 Network 5 p.m.
(Thu.) Jan. 13 Oregon* Pauley Pavilion ESPN 6:30 p.m.
(Sat.) Jan. 15 Oregon State* Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 7:30 p.m.
(Thu.) Jan. 20 at Utah* Salt Lake City, Utah FS1 9 p.m. (MT)
(Sat.) Jan. 22 at Colorado* Boulder, Colo. Pac-12 Network 7 p.m. (MT)
(Thu.) Jan. 27 California* Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 6 p.m.
(Sat.) Jan. 29 Stanford* Pauley Pavilion Pac-12 Network 6:30 p.m.
(Thu.) Feb. 3 at Arizona* Tucson, Ariz. ESPN 6 or 7 p.m. (MT)
(Sat.) Feb. 5 at Arizona State* Tempe, Ariz. ESPN or ESPN2 8 p.m. (MT)
(Sat.) Feb. 12 at USC* Los Angeles, Calif. ESPN or ESPN2 7 p.m.
(Thu.) Feb. 17 Washington State* Pauley Pavilion FS1 8 p.m.
(Sat.) Feb. 19 Washington* Pauley Pavilion FS1 7 p.m.
(Thu.) Feb. 24 at Oregon* Eugene, Ore. ESPN 6:30 p.m.
(Sat.) Feb. 26 at Oregon State* Corvallis, Ore. CBS 1 p.m.
(Sat.) March 5 USC* Pauley Pavilion ESPN 7 p.m.