SEC 2019 tournament bracket: TV schedule, scores, how to stream matches live


The faces may change, but the teams remain the same for the 2019 SEC Tournament, which will be held at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.

Once again, John Calipari’s Kentucky team – led by star forward PJ Washington – will be among the favorites to win the tournament as the Wildcats look to win their fifth consecutive tournament. But it won’t be an easy challenge for the 2-seeded Wildcats, as No. 1 LSU and No. 3 Tennessee look to usurp the Wildcats as the SEC’s Supreme Team.

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The tournament runs from March 13-17 and features a lineup of NBA prospects that includes Grant Williams and Admiral Schofield of Tennessee, Washington and Keldon Johnson of Kentucky, Darius Garland of Vanderbilt, Daniel Gafford of Arkansas and Jontay Porter of Missouri, among others.

The schedule for the entire tournament and how to watch is below:

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2019 SEC Tournament Table, Schedule

(all Eastern times)

First round: Wednesday March 13

Second round: Thursday, March 14

Quarter-finals: Friday, March 15

Semi-finals: Saturday March 16

SEC Championship: Sunday, March 17

How to watch the SEC tournament live

The first and second rounds will air on the SEC Network, while the quarterfinal matches will be split between ESPN and SEC Network. The semi-finals and the championship match will all be shown on ESPN.


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