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Full list of odds for 2021 SEC men’s basketball tournament

The SEC tournament gets underway on Wednesday. We have a full list of team odds to win heading into the conference tournament.

Alabama Crimson Tide guard Jaden Shackelford brings the ball up court during the second half against the Oklahoma Sooners on January 30, 2021 at Lloyd Noble Center in Norman Oklahoma. Photo by William Purnell/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

No. 6 Alabama and No. 8 Arkansas are the only ranked teams remaining in the SEC, but there are plenty of other quality programs gearing up for the conference tournament's start on Wednesday. Several teams will be looking to secure an automatic NCAA Tournament bid this week. We’ll go over the schools with the best shot at winning out in the SEC Tournament starting this week in Nashville.

Alabama (+220) boasts the best in-conference record (16-2) and is the odds-on favorite. The Crimson Tide have won three straight games and last lost to Arkansas (+220). The Razorbacks have the second-best odds and have rattled off eight straight victories since they lost to No. 12 Oklahoma State in January. No team has more momentum than Arkansas ahead of the tournament, but LSU (+500), Tennessee (+525), and Florida (+575) will look to give the top two teams a run for their money.

Kentucky has been as high as +3000 to win this event, but some late money has moved them down to +1500. UK is just 9-15 this season, as 2020-21 was one of the most disappointing years for the program when they haven’t been on NCAA probation ever.

All odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

SEC tournament odds

Alabama: +220
Arkansas: +320
LSU: +500
Tennessee: +525
Florida: +575
Missouri: +600
Kentucky: +1500
Mississippi: +4000
Mississippi State: +6000
Georgia: +20000
South Carolina: +20000
Texas A&M: +40000
Vanderbilt: +50000

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