Oregon filled in the final few slots on its nonconference schedule for men’s basketball.
The Ducks unveiled on Wednesday all 13 games they will play leading up to the Pac-12 schedule, including previously announced contests against Boise State, Memphis, Houston and Michigan as well as a three-game trip to the Battle 4 Atlantis in the Bahamas.
Oregon opens the season at home Nov. 5 against Fresno State and hosts Boise State on Nov. 9. The Ducks face Memphis in Portland on Nov. 12 before hosting UT-Arlington on Nov. 17 and Houston on Nov. 22.
Oregon heads to the Bahamas to face Seton Hall on Nov. 27 followed by Gonzaga or Southern Mississippi the following day. Oregon wraps up the Battle 4 Atlantis on Nov. 29.
The Ducks return home to host Hawaii on Dec. 7 before playing its lone true road game of the nonconference schedule at Michigan on Dec. 14. Oregon hosts Montana on Dec. 18, Texas Southern on Dec. 21, and Alabama on Dec. 29.
Michigan, Gonzaga and Houston, like Oregon, were NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 teams last year. Seton Hall was also an NCAA Tournament team.
Oregon begins Pac-12 play at Utah and Colorado during the first week of January.
Oregon will host a Green and Yellow scrimmage on Oct. 30 at Matthew Knight Arena when the roster will be split into two teams.