|02 Feb 23||Utah State ||-|| New Mexico|
|08 Feb 23||New Mexico ||-|| Nevada|
|11 Feb 23||Air Force ||-|| New Mexico|
|15 Feb 23||New Mexico ||-|| Wyoming|
|18 Feb 23||San Jose ||-|| New Mexico|
|28 Jan 23||New Mexico|| ||81 - 73|| ||Air Force|
|24 Jan 23||Nevada|| ||97 - 94|| ||New Mexico|
|21 Jan 23||New Mexico|| ||81 - 79|| ||Boise State|
|18 Jan 23||New Mexico|| ||77 - 57|| ||San Jose|
|15 Jan 23||San Diego|| ||67 - 76|| ||New Mexico|
The New Mexico Lobos men's basketball team represents the University of New Mexico, competing in the Mountain West Conference (MWC) in NCAA Division I. UNM established basketball as a varsity sport in 1899 and began competing with regional colleges after establishing an athletics department in 1920.
Lobo basketball first achieved national prominence after Bob King was hired as head coach in 1962. King transformed a moribund program into a consistent winner and produced future ABA MVP Mel Daniels. The Lobos won the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship in 1964 and 1968, making frequent appearances in national rankings. The team reached the NIT tournament final in 1964 and received its first bid to the NCAA tournament in 1968. The success of the program continued after King departed, winning WAC titles in 1974, 1978, and 1994, winning the conference tournament in 1993 and 1996, and regularly earning post-season tournament bids.