In addition to taking part in the prestigious PK80 Invitational over Thanksgiving weekend, the Pilots will play as many as 13 games against teams that competed in the postseason a season ago, play five games in current or former NBA arenas, while 16 of the 31 regular season games will be played at home at the Chiles Center.
Portland will then face either Oklahoma or Arkansas on Friday, Nov. Portland is looking to fill an unexpected opening on the schedule with one more game on either Nov.
That game will complete the schedule and should be finalized this week. The non-conference schedule will prepare us well for West Coast Conference play. Other notable non-conference home games include Cal State Fullerton Dec.
Portland will have a minimum of five nationally televised games on ESPN Networks and have a regular presence in NBA arenas throughout the non-conference schedule. WCC play begins with a pair of postseason teams the first weekend.
The league schedule continues and is highlighted by the Pilots hosting Gonzaga in a national TV game on Thursday, Jan. The regular season concludes at Pepperdine on Saturday, Feb. Porter is set to begin his second season on the sidelines with the Pilots and will have a lot of new faces on the roster after the program signed a decorated nine-player class to join four returners and two returning redshirts.
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A complete television schedule that will include regional partners is expected to be finalized and announced in the coming weeks. Check back at PortlandPilots.