Best SEC Tournament Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines And Totals For Every Men’s Basketball Game

The Southeastern Conference begins its men’s basketball tournament on Wednesday at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. All 14 SEC teams will take part, with the winner earning an automatic bid to the NCAA March Madness tournament later this month. Alabama () is listed as the betting favorite to win the tournament.

Below, you’ll find odds on the 2023 SEC tournament. Check back for updates as the action progresses.

Odds to win 2023 SEC tournament

Alabama (): The Crimson Tide’s 16-2 record in the conference was good enough for the top seed and the regular season SEC title, despite a loss to Texas A&M to close out the regular season. Alabama plays the winner of No. 8 vs. No 9 in the quarterfinals on Friday.

Texas A&M (): The Aggies won eight of their final nine games, including their first against a top-two team in Alabama, and they enter the tournament as the No. 2 seed. They’ll play the winner of no. 7 vs. no. 10 in the quarterfinals on Friday.

Kentucky (): The Wildcats come into this tournament as the No. 3 seed, having won five of their last six regular season games. Their first game will be on Friday in the quarterfinals, and it could very well be against Vanderbilt, a team that beat Kentucky at home just last week.

Missouri (): The Tigers won their last four regular season games and finished with an 11-7 record in the conference. They come in as the No. 4 seed and will play in the quarterfinals on Friday.

Tennessee (): The fifth-seeded Volunteers have been great at home this season but have struggled elsewhere, losing their last five games on the road. They’ll play their first game in the second round on Thursday, facing the winner of No. 12 vs. No. 13.

Vanderbilt (): The Commodores finished the regular season strong, winning their last three in a row, including that victory over Kentucky on the road. They’ll play in the second round on Thursday against the winner of No. 11 vs. No. 14.

Auburn (): No. 7 seed Auburn got a big lift on Saturday with a win over Tennessee that might have earned the team a spot in the NCAA tournament. That brings the Tigers to 10-8 in the conference. They’ll play Arkansas in the second round on Thursday.

Florida (): The Gators won their final two regular season games and nabbed the No. 8 seed for this tournament. They’ll play Mississippi State on Thursday.

Mississippi State (): The Bulldogs finished with an 8-10 record in the conference, dropping their final regular season game on the road against Vanderbilt. They play Florida in second-round action on Thursday.

Arkansas (): The Razorbacks lost three straight against upper-echelon SEC teams to close out the regular season and are just 2-8 on the road this year. They’ll start off against No. 7 Auburn on Thursday.

Georgia (): The No. 11 Bulldogs finished the season on a dismal five-game losing skid, ending with a 6-12 record in conference games. They’ll start off against LSU in the first round of games on Wednesday.

South Carolina (): The Gamecocks managed to get a win over Georgia to end the regular season, perhaps giving them at least some momentum heading into the tournament. It was just their fourth conference win of the season. They’ll play Ole Miss in the first round on Wednesday.

Ole Miss (): The Rebels lost six of their last seven and enter the SEC tournament as the No. 13 seed. They’ll play in the first game of the tourney opposite South Carolina.

LSU (): Bottom-seed LSU is just 2-16 in conference play, with not a single road win this season. The Tigers come into this tournament on a three-game losing streak. They’ll begin play against Georgia in the first round on Wednesday.

Also read: March Madness odds, betting favorites for 2023

SEC men’s basketball games for Wednesday, March 8

Time Matchup Round Network
7:00 PM ET Ole Miss vs. South Carolina First Round SEC Network
9:30 PM ET LSU vs. Georgia First Round SEC Network

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