Georgia men’s basketball will open the season on Nov. 6 against Oregon at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas in the Naismith Hall of Fame Series.

The Las Vegas event will be a quadruple-header on the opening day of the college basketball season. In addition to the matchup between the Bulldogs and Ducks, the event also will feature a men’s contest between Kansas State and Southern Cal and women’s games of LSU versus Colorado and Ohio State against Southern California. Tickets are scheduled to go on sale in July.

“The start of the season is obviously always exciting, but it’s even more so considering we’ll be playing on a national stage in a premier event like the Hall of Fame Series in Las Vegas,” coach Mike White said in a release. “We’re looking forward to the challenge of representing the SEC against Oregon, which traditionally is one of the Pac-12’s top programs year in and year out.”

White and Georgia last season had a 16-16 record in his first season in Athens, as they delivered 10 more victories than the 2021-22 season. The Bulldogs’ “+10” tally in the win column represented the second-biggest regular-season increase among all Power 5 basketball programs during 2022-23.

The Bulldogs return several familiar faces.

Justin Hill is Georgia’s leading returnee in scoring, assists and steals. In addition, Jabri Abdur-Rahim paced the Bulldogs in 3-pointers, 3-point percentage and free throw percentage, Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe was Georgia’s leading rebounder; and Frank Anselem was the Bulldogs’ top shot blocker.