SEC Basketball Scores on Jan. 7; wins for Alabama, Tennessee

2023 SEC Basketball scores last night

SEC basketball results on Saturday with No. 7 Alabama, No. 8 Tennessee, No. 22 Auburn, and No. 20 Missouri among the highlighted winners on the day.

Who won in the SEC in men’s basketball yesterday?

Several SEC ranked teams were in action this weekend. The featured highlights on the day included wins by No. 7 Alabama, No. 8 Tennessee, No. 22 Auburn, and No. 20 Missouri. Three of these four teams have now won four games in a row and all four are a combined 10-2 in SEC conference play this season.

SEC Results Summary

In Tuscaloosa, Alabama defeated Kentucky 78-52 behind a 19-point performance from Brandon Miller. Tennessee had an even bigger win, crushing South Carolina 85-42 behind a 21-point outing from Olivier Nkamhoua, while Auburn stunned No. 13 Arkansas by a comfortable margin, defeating the Razorbacks, 72-59 at Neville Arena with Wendell Green Jr leading the way with a 19-point effort.

Meanwhile, No. 20 Missouri narrowly escaped with a win at Mizzou Arena this weekend, topping Vanderbilt 85-82 with Kobe Brown pacing the Tigers with 18-points, while Texas A&M defeated LSU 69-56 behind season-high 17-point efforts from Julius Marble and Dexter Dennis.

Florida came away with an 82-75 win versus Georgia, and Mississippi State defeated Ole Miss 64-54, with Will McNair Jr. leading the way with 13 points. The Rebels have now dropped four straight games overall and fell to 0-3 SEC conference play this early in the season.

SEC Basketball Scores from last night – Jan. 7, 2023

Saturday, January 7, 2023MATCHUPRESULTSWINNER HIGHLOSER HIGH
Kentucky@ No. 7 AlabamaALA 78, UK 52Brandon Miller19 PtsAntonio Reeves20 Pts
No. 8 Tennessee@ South CarolinaTENN 85, SC 42Olivier Nkamhoua21 PtsMeechie Johnson19 Pts
No. 13 Arkansas@ No. 22 AuburnAUB 72, ARK 59Wendell Green Jr.19 PtsAnthony Black23 Pts
Vanderbilt@ No. 20 MissouriMIZ 85, VAN 82Kobe Brown18 PtsLiam Robbins16 Pts
Georgia@ FloridaFLA 82, UGA 75Kyle Lofton18 PtsTerry Roberts25 Pts
Ole Miss@ Mississippi StateMSST 64, MISS 54Will McNair Jr.13 PtsMatthew Murrell19 Pts
LSU@ Texas A&MTA&M 69, LSU 56Julius Marble17 PtsAdam Miller16 Pts

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