South Carolina (15-15) is the 11th seed and begins play Wednesday against last-place Missouri (9-22). The Gamecocks will be looking to clinch their first winning season in six years and the chance to continue in the postseason.
What do the numbers 2, 10.8, 40 and 60.7 have in common? They mean bad things for Missouri basketball.
After losing to Mississippi State on Saturday, Missouri basketball will be seeded last in the SEC Tournament.
Missouri has a chance to end the season on a positive note and break one more losing streak Saturday against Mississippi State.
The Missouri women's basketball team lost its opening SEC tournament game for the third straight year, falling 75-64 to Georgia.
Some Missouri basketball players have shown improvement, but the record doesn't show it.
He just hit the big shot in Missouri's final home game, but that isn't what the Tigers will miss most when Keith Shamburger graduates.
The tournament began Wednesday night with Auburn's 71-49 win against Florida and an Alabama-Vanderbilt matchup. The field and it features five ranked teams and the usual host of other NCAA Tournament hopefuls from one of the nation's deepest leagues. Missouri will play Georgia at 6 p.m. on Thursday for a shot to face one of those top-tier programs.
The victory, which gave Missouri back-to-back home wins for the first time since early January, wouldn't have happened without a huge game from Shamburger.
Although Georgia beat the Missouri women's basketball team in decisive fashion earlier this season, the teams are now in different shape than they were when they played Jan. 8.
The two worst teams in the SEC will meet Tuesday night in Mizzou Arena.
The Missouri women's basketball team finished the regular season on a four-game winning streak after a 57-41 win over Arkansas on Sunday.
Missouri shot 28.6 percent from the field against Georgia on Saturday.
Kim Anderson hopes Missouri will build off its win over Florida. To do that, it might need Namon Wright to take charge after his own 28-point performance.
Maddie Stock hit a 3-pointer as time expired to give the Missouri women's basketball team (16-12, 6-9 Southeastern Conference) a 70-69 win over No. 12 Texas A&M.
Kentucky coach John Calipari on Jan. 26, after Missouri had lost five straight games, said that Missouri coach Kim Anderson was doing an amazing job.
Jordan Reeves was born without the bottom part of her left arm, but that hasn't stopped her from playing basketball. And on Tuesday, she met a player with a similar story.
Freshman guard Namon Wright's career-high 28 points boosted Missouri to a 64-52 win over Florida at Mizzou Arena.
Dorian Finney-Smith, Florida's top all-around player, will not play Tuesday against Missouri.
Florida comes to Mizzou Arena Tuesday without its two top players.