|01 Dec 22||KR ||-|| ÍR|
|08 Dec 22||Njarðvík ||-|| KR|
|15 Dec 22||KR ||-|| Tindastóll|
|29 Dec 22||Stjarnan ||-|| KR|
|05 Jan 23||Grindavík ||-|| KR|
|25 Nov 22||Keflavík|| ||91 - 75|| ||KR|
|20 Nov 22||KR|| ||77 - 110|| ||Valur|
|04 Nov 22||KR|| ||72 - 83|| ||Höttur|
|28 Oct 22||Thor Thorl|| ||118 - 121|| ||KR|
|20 Oct 22||KR|| ||83 - 108|| ||Haukar|
The KR men's basketball team, commonly known as KR or KR Basket, is a professional basketball club based in Reykjavík, Iceland. It is the men's basketball department of Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur (English: Reykjavík Football Club) multi-sport club. It is the reigning champion of the Úrvalsdeild karla. It has won the Icelandic championship eighteen times, the most national championships in the men's top-tier league history. In 2017 the club played in FIBA Europe Cup for the first time since 2008.
KR has a men's reserve team that plays in the amateur level Icelandic 3rd-tier Division II and the Icelandic basketball cup, called KR-b. It is also affiliated with Knattspyrnufélag Vesturbæjar.