The Southeastern Conference men's basketball tournament is scheduled to take place March 8-12 in Nashville, Tennessee. Games are scheduled to take place at Bridgestone Arena.
The single-elimination tournament is scheduled to start with the No. 12 seed vs. the No. 13 seed at 6 p.m. CT on Wednesday, March 8.
The 2023 SEC basketball tournament is scheduled to conclude with the championship game at noon CT on Sunday, March 12. The title game is set to be broadcast on ESPN.
The winner of the SEC tournament earns an automatic berth to the 2023 NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament.
2023 SEC basketball tournament bracket
People are also reading…
Click here for the 2023 Southeastern Conference basketball tournament printable bracket.
2023 SEC basketball tournament schedule
Wednesday, March 8
Game 1: No. 13 seed Ole Miss 67, No. 12 seed South Carolina 61
Game 2: No. 14 seed LSU 72, No. 11 seed Georgia Bulldogs 67
Thursday, March 9
Game 3: No. 9 seed Mississippi State 69, No. 8 seed Florida Gators 68, overtime
Game 4: No. 5 seed Tennessee Vols 70, Ole Miss 55
Game 5: No. 10 seed Arkansas Razorbacks 76, No. 7 seed Auburn 73
Game 6: No. 6 seed Vanderbilt 77, LSU 68
Friday, March 10
Game 7: No. 1 seed Alabama 72, Mississippi State 49
Game 8: No. 4 seed Missouri 79, Tennessee 71
Game 9: No. 2 seed Texas A&M 67, Arkansas 61
Game 10: Vanderbilt 80, No. 3 seed Kentucky 73
Saturday, March 11
Game 11: Alabama 72, Missouri 61
Game 12: Texas A&M 87, Vanderbilt 75
Sunday, March 12
Championship game: Alabama vs. Texas A&M Aggies, noon CT, ESPN
How to watch the 2023 SEC basketball tournament
On DirecTV, SECN is channel 611. On Dish, SECN is channel 404 or 408, depending on the receiver.
On DirecTV, ESPN is channel 206. On Dish, ESPN is channel 140.
All games can be watched via online live stream at ESPN.com/watch.
The Tennessee Vols won the 2022 Southeastern Conference men's basketball tournament. As the No. 2 seed, Tennessee beat No. 8-seeded Texas A&M 65-50 in the championship game on March 13, 2022, in Tampa, Florida.
Erik Hall is the digital sports editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik.