1963–64 North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team

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1963–64 North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball
ConferenceAtlantic Coast Conference
1963–64 record12–12 (6–8 ACC)
Head coachDean Smith (3rd season)
Home arenaWoollen Gymnasium
Seasons

The 1963–64 North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team represented the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the 1963–64 men's college basketball season.

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
December 2
South Carolina W 92–87 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
December 3
at Clemson L 64–66 2OT
 
Clemson, SC
December 7*
vs. Indiana W 77–70 
 
Charlotte, NC
December 9*
at No. 9 Kentucky L 80–100 
 
Lexington, KY
December 14*
at LSU W 76–71 
 
Baton Rouge, LA
December 16*
at Tulane W 109–81 
 
New Orleans, LA
December 18*
Georgia W 99–71 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
January 4*
vs. Notre Dame W 78–68 
 
Greensboro, NC
January 9
at Wake Forest L 71–80 
 
Winston-Salem, NC
January 11
at No. 9 Duke
Rivalry
L 64–84 
Cameron Indoor Stadium 
Durham, NC
January 13
Maryland W 97–88 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
January 15
NC State W 79–71 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
January 18*
Virginia Tech L 88–90 2OT
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
February 3
Virginia W 89–76 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
February 8
Wake Forest W 81–73 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
February 12*
at NYU L 68–69 
 
New York, NY
February 14
vs. Clemson
North-South Doubleheader
L 90–97 2OT
 
Charlotte, NC
February 15
vs. South Carolina
North-South Doubleheader
W 84–81 
 
Charlotte, NC
February 18
at Maryland L 64–74 
 
College Park, MD
February 22
at NC State L 49–51 
 
Raleigh, NC
February 24
at Virginia L 64–79 
 
Charlottesville, VA
February 29
No. 4 Duke L 69–104 
Woollen Gymnasium 
Chapel Hill, NC
March 5*
vs. South Carolina
ACC Tournament
W 80–63 
 
Raleigh, NC
March 6*
vs. No. 4 Duke
ACC Tournament
L 49–65 
 
Raleigh, NC
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

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