The Duke basketball program has rounded out its 2022-23 non-conference schedule.
There has been no official announcement from the Duke basketball team but the Blue Devils’ non-conference schedule is complete for the 2022-23 season, the first under new head coach Jon Scheyer.
TheD1Docket reported that Duke will welcome Maryland Eastern Shore into Cameron Indoor Stadium on December 10, which rounds out its non-ACC slate.
The Blue Devils will begin the Jon Scheyer era on November 7 against Jacksonville in Durham before hosting the University of South Carolina Upstate on November 11.
Duke will then travel to Indianapolis to face the defending National Champion Kansas Jayhawks on November 15 in the Champions Classic before returning to Cameron for a two-game home stand against Delaware and Bellarmine on November 18 and 21, respectively.
Scheyer will then take his team to Portland, Oregon for the Thanksgiving weekend to compete in the Phil Knight Invitational in a trio of games.
The event takes place from November 24-27 but the bracket has not been reveled, however, the Blue Devils are expected to play either Portland State or Oregon State in its first matchup.
Gonzaga, Purdue, Xavier, Florida, and West Virginia make up the rest of the Duke’s bracket.
The five-time National Champions will return home from Oregon to face the Ohio State Buckeyes in the ACC vs. Big Ten Challenge on November 30 in a rematch of last season’s game in which Ohio State completed the major second half comeback against Duke in Columbus.
The Blue Devils will enjoy a much needed week off before traveling to New York City on December 6 to face the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Jimmy V Classic as Maryland Eastern Shore comes to Durham to complete the 11-game non-conference slate.
Duke basketball still awaiting major dates on schedule
There are still two highly anticipated dates that will impact the Duke basketball schedule, the release of the PK Invitational bracket and the announcement of the ACC schedule.
The ACC has already announced its matchups for the 2022-23 season as the Blue Devils will play North Carolina, Wake Forest, Boston College, Miami (FL), North Carolina State, and Virginia Tech twice this regular season.
Duke will only host Florida State, Louisville, Notre Dame, and Pittsburgh and only make road trips to Clemson, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, and Virginia.
An official announcement is expected soon from Duke about its non-conference schedule.