1933 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament

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1932–33 Southeastern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Kentucky 8 0   1.000     21 3   .875
Alabama 12 3   .800     14 5   .737
Vanderbilt 11 5   .688     14 8   .636
LSU 13 7   .650     15 8   .652
Georgia Tech 7 5   .583     9 6   .600
Florida 4 4   .500     9 5   .643
Georgia 5 6   .455     9 10   .474
Ole Miss 5 7   .417     6 12   .333
Auburn 4 7   .364     4 9   .308
Tulane 6 14   .300     8 15   .348
Tennessee 3 7   .300     9 11   .450
Mississippi State 3 9   .250     6 13   .316
Sewanee 0 7   .000     1 10   .091
1933 SEC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1933 Southeastern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament took place on February 24-28, 1933 in Atlanta, Georgia at the Atlanta Athletic Club. It was the first SEC basketball tournament in history.

Kentucky won the tournament by beating Mississippi State in the championship game.

Bracket[edit]

  First Round Second Round Semi-Finals Finals
                                     
2 Alabama 41  
13 Sewanee 28  
  2 Alabama 25  
    12 Mississippi State 30  
 
  12 Mississippi State 48  
  3 Vanderbilt 36  
10 Tulane 46  
7 Georgia 22  
  10 Tulane 25
    3 Vanderbilt 28  
 
  12 Mississippi State 27
  1 Kentucky 46
1 Kentucky 49  
8 Ole Miss 31  
  1 Kentucky 48
    6 Florida 24  
 
  1 Kentucky 51
  4 LSU 38  
4 LSU 57  
10 Auburn 33  
  4 LSU 55
    11 Tennessee 43  
11 Tennessee 30
5 Georgia Tech 24  

All-Tournament Team[edit]

First Team[edit]

  • F—John DeMoisey, Kentucky
  • F—Frank Waits, Mississippi State
  • C—Aggie Sale, Kentucky
  • G—Ellis T. Johnson, Kentucky
  • G—Sparky Wade, LSU

Second Team[edit]

  • F—Buddy Blair, LSU
  • F—Jack Harris, LSU
  • C—Buford Taylor, Mississippi State
  • G—George Pillow, Mississippi State
  • G—Bill Davis, Kentucky

References[edit]