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1998-99 Southeastern Conference Season Summary

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Record: 229-149, .606 W-L% (3rd of 31) (Schedule and Results)
*Record does not reflect forfeits or vacated games.
SRS: 11.29 (4th of 31) ▪ SOS: 6.59 (5th of 31)

Regular Season Champion: Tennessee (East) and Auburn (West)
Tournament Champion: Kentucky

NCAA Tournament: 6 (Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll:(Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee)
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee)

Standings

Conference Overall PTS/G SRS
Rk East W L W-L% W L W-L% Own Opp SRS SOS
1 TennesseeR 12 4 .750 21 9 .700 72.6 65.0 14.1 6.4
2 KentuckyT 11 5 .688 28 9 .757 75.4 62.7 22.6 9.9
3 Florida 10 6 .625 22 9 .710 80.3 70.2 15.7 5.6
4 Georgia  6 10 .375 15 15 .500 71.6 70.6 8.2 7.2
5 Vanderbilt  5 11 .313 14 15 .483 70.6 71.6 5.8 6.7
6 South Carolina  3 13 .188 8 21 .276 60.2 67.7 0.6 8.1
Rk West W L W-L% W L W-L% Own Opp SRS SOS
1 AuburnR 14 2 .875 29 4 .879 81.2 61.6 24.5 4.9
2 Arkansas 9 7 .563 23 11 .676 78.7 71.9 12.8 6.0
3 Mississippi 8 8 .500 20 13 .606 75.3 68.6 14.8 8.2
4 Mississippi State  8 8 .500 20 13 .606 69.2 64.5 8.0 3.4
5 Alabama  6 10 .375 17 15 .531 67.0 67.9 5.7 6.7
6 Louisiana State  4 12 .250 12 15 .444 65.8 69.2 2.5 5.9

AP Poll Summary

School Pre 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8 12/15 12/22 12/29 1/5 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 3/2 Final
Auburn           19 18 17 14 8 6 7 6 3 3 2 4 4
Kentucky 4 4 4 8 5 3 3 7 6 6 7 6 5 8 6 13 14 8
Arkansas 19 19 21 19 23 20 19 20 19 24 22 21 23       22 17
Tennessee 9 18 25   21                       18 20
Florida                       25   23 23 19 21 23

NCAA Tournament

First Round
Arkansas won (94-80) versus Siena (West Regional)
Auburn won (80-41) versus Winthrop (South Regional)
Florida won (75-61) versus Pennsylvania (West Regional)
Kentucky won (82-60) versus New Mexico State (Midwest Regional)
Mississippi won (72-70) versus Villanova (Midwest Regional)
Tennessee won (62-52) versus Delaware (East Regional)

Second Round
Arkansas lost (82-72) versus Iowa (West Regional)
Auburn won (81-74) versus Oklahoma State (South Regional)
Florida won (82-74) versus Weber State (West Regional)
Kentucky won (92-88) versus Kansas (Midwest Regional)
Mississippi lost (74-66) versus Michigan State (Midwest Regional)
Tennessee lost (81-51) versus Missouri State (East Regional)

Regional Semifinal
Auburn lost (72-64) versus Ohio State (South Regional)
Florida lost (73-72) versus Gonzaga (West Regional)
Kentucky won (58-43) versus Miami (OH) (Midwest Regional)

Regional Final
Kentucky lost (73-66) versus Michigan State (Midwest Regional)

Conference Leaders

Minimum Stat Requirements ▪ Stats include all games played
Games
1. Heshimu EvansKentucky 37
  Jules CamaraKentucky 37
  Michael BradleyKentucky 37
  Scott PadgettKentucky 37
  Wayne TurnerKentucky 37
  Saul SmithKentucky 37
  Tayshaun PrinceKentucky 37
8. Desmond AllisonKentucky 36
9. Ryan HoganKentucky 35
10. Chris JefferiesArkansas 34
  Pat BradleyArkansas 34
  Kareem ReidArkansas 34
  Chris WalkerArkansas 34
  Sergerio GipsonArkansas 34
  Jamaal MagloireKentucky 34
Field Goals
1. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 197
2. Keith CarterMississippi 182
3. Chris PorterAuburn 179
4. Derek HoodArkansas 173
5. Jason SmithMississippi 172
6. Brian WilliamsAlabama 162
  Dan LanghiVanderbilt 162
  Marcus HicksMississippi 162
9. Maurice CarterLSU 159
10. Pat BradleyArkansas 158
  Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 158
Field Goal Attempts
1. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 443
2. Brian WilliamsAlabama 427
3. Keith CarterMississippi 407
4. Pat BradleyArkansas 396
5. Chris PorterAuburn 381
6. Maurice CarterLSU 363
7. Jason SmithMississippi 360
8. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 353
9. Detrick WhiteMississippi St. 346
10. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 338
Field Goal Percentage
1. Dan LanghiVanderbilt .479
2. Jason SmithMississippi .478
3. Chris PorterAuburn .470
4. Keith CarterMississippi .447
5. Jumaine JonesGeorgia .445
6. Maurice CarterLSU .438
7. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina .411
8. Brian WilliamsAlabama .379
2-Point Field Goals
1. Derek HoodArkansas 173
2. Chris PorterAuburn 171
3. Jason SmithMississippi 170
4. Marcus HicksMississippi 162
5. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 158
6. Michael BradleyKentucky 157
7. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 149
8. Jeremy HaysAlabama 143
9. Wayne TurnerKentucky 129
10. Heshimu EvansKentucky 124
2-Point Field Goal Attempts
1. Chris PorterAuburn 359
2. Jason SmithMississippi 341
3. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 314
4. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 305
5. Derek HoodArkansas 304
6. Jeremy HaysAlabama 298
7. Marcus HicksMississippi 253
8. Wayne TurnerKentucky 241
9. Michael BradleyKentucky 239
10. Brian WilliamsAlabama 238
2-Point Field Goal Percentage
1. Michael BradleyKentucky .657
2. Marcus HicksMississippi .640
3. Udonis HaslemFlorida .609
4. Isiah VictorTennessee .603
5. Tang HamiltonMississippi St. .590
6. Rahim LockhartMississippi .581
7. Jabari SmithLSU .579
8. Mike MillerFlorida .575
9. Keith CarterMississippi .561
10. Chris RollinsAlabama .554
3-Point Field Goals
1. Pat BradleyArkansas 93
2. Greg StoltFlorida 78
3. Keith CarterMississippi 77
4. D.A. LayneGeorgia 75
5. Maurice CarterLSU 71
6. Brian WilliamsAlabama 68
7. Teddy DupayFlorida 64
  Tony HarrisTennessee 64
9. Scott PohlmanAuburn 62
10. Scott PadgettKentucky 61
3-Point Field Goal Attempts
1. Pat BradleyArkansas 245
2. Keith CarterMississippi 220
3. Brian WilliamsAlabama 189
4. D.A. LayneGeorgia 182
5. Greg StoltFlorida 178
6. Detrick WhiteMississippi St. 176
7. Maurice CarterLSU 171
8. Teddy DupayFlorida 170
9. Tony HarrisTennessee 164
10. Scott PohlmanAuburn 160
  Scott PadgettKentucky 160
3-Point Field Goal Percentage
1. Greg StoltFlorida .438
2. Maurice CarterLSU .415
3. D.A. LayneGeorgia .412
4. Pat BradleyArkansas .380
Free Throws
1. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 160
2. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 141
3. Brian WilliamsAlabama 126
4. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 122
5. Chris PorterAuburn 113
6. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 104
7. Keith CarterMississippi 101
8. Jabari SmithLSU 100
9. C.J. BlackTennessee 97
10. Wayne TurnerKentucky 94
  Scott PadgettKentucky 94
  Heshimu EvansKentucky 94
Free Throw Attempts
1. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 207
2. Chris PorterAuburn 179
3. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 168
4. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 167
5. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 160
6. Udonis HaslemFlorida 157
7. Jason SmithMississippi 147
  Brian WilliamsAlabama 147
9. Jabari SmithLSU 145
10. Isiah VictorTennessee 141
Free Throw Percentage
1. Brian WilliamsAlabama .857
2. Dan LanghiVanderbilt .844
3. Teddy DupayFlorida .809
4. C.J. BlackTennessee .802
5. Tony HarrisTennessee .794
6. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina .773
7. Jeremy HaysAlabama .771
8. Heshimu EvansKentucky .734
9. Keith CarterMississippi .732
10. Jumaine JonesGeorgia .726
Total Rebounds
1. Derek HoodArkansas 349
2. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 284
3. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 277
4. Jeremy HaysAlabama 270
5. Jabari SmithLSU 262
6. Chris PorterAuburn 259
7. Mamadou N'DiayeAuburn 247
8. Isiah VictorTennessee 219
  Mc MaziqueAlabama 219
10. Scott PadgettKentucky 217
Assists
1. Detrick WhiteMississippi St. 185
2. Kareem ReidArkansas 181
3. Doc RobinsonAuburn 166
4. Wayne TurnerKentucky 145
5. Tony HarrisTennessee 143
6. Eddie ShannonFlorida 139
7. G.G. SmithGeorgia 116
8. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 115
9. Heshimu EvansKentucky 112
10. Todd MylesMississippi St. 98
Steals
1. James StrongVanderbilt 77
2. Jason SmithMississippi 73
3. Chris PorterAuburn 64
4. Wayne TurnerKentucky 57
  Kareem ReidArkansas 57
6. Kenyan WeaksFlorida 54
7. Bryant SmithAuburn 53
8. Eddie ShannonFlorida 52
9. Keith CarterMississippi 49
10. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 47
  Brandon WhartonTennessee 47
  Scott PadgettKentucky 47
  Doc RobinsonAuburn 47
Blocks
1. Mamadou N'DiayeAuburn 77
2. Jamaal MagloireKentucky 66
3. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 65
4. Chris JefferiesArkansas 46
  C.J. BlackTennessee 46
  Marcus HicksMississippi 46
7. Jeremy HaysAlabama 40
8. Jason JenningsArkansas 36
  Isiah VictorTennessee 36
10. Stromile SwiftLSU 35
  Charles HathawayTennessee 35
Points
1. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 564
2. Keith CarterMississippi 542
3. Brian WilliamsAlabama 518
4. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 512
5. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 501
6. Pat BradleyArkansas 480
7. Chris PorterAuburn 479
8. Scott PadgettKentucky 467
9. Maurice CarterLSU 466
10. Heshimu EvansKentucky 435
Points Per Game
1. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 18.8
2. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 17.7
3. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 17.3
4. Brian WilliamsAlabama 17.3
5. Maurice CarterLSU 17.3
6. Keith CarterMississippi 16.4
7. Chris PorterAuburn 16.0
8. Pat BradleyArkansas 14.1
9. Brandon WhartonTennessee 13.0
10. Jason SmithMississippi 12.9
Total Rebounds Per Game
1. Jabari SmithLSU 9.7
2. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 9.5
3. Chris PorterAuburn 8.6
4. Jeremy HaysAlabama 8.4
5. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 8.4
6. Mamadou N'DiayeAuburn 7.5
7. Isiah VictorTennessee 7.3
8. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 7.3
9. Bud JohnsonSouth Carolina 6.9
10. Mc MaziqueAlabama 6.8
Assists Per Game
1. Detrick WhiteMississippi St. 5.6
2. Kareem ReidArkansas 5.3
3. Doc RobinsonAuburn 5.0
4. Eddie ShannonFlorida 4.8
5. Tony HarrisTennessee 4.8
6. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 4.0
7. Wayne TurnerKentucky 3.9
8. G.G. SmithGeorgia 3.9
9. Atiba PraterVanderbilt 3.4
10. Todd MylesMississippi St. 3.3
Steals Per Game
1. James StrongVanderbilt 2.7
2. Kenyan WeaksFlorida 2.2
3. Jason SmithMississippi 2.2
4. Chris PorterAuburn 2.1
5. Eddie ShannonFlorida 1.8
6. Atiba PraterVanderbilt 1.8
7. Kareem ReidArkansas 1.7
8. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 1.6
9. Bryant SmithAuburn 1.6
10. Brandon WhartonTennessee 1.6
Blocks Per Game
1. Mamadou N'DiayeAuburn 2.3
2. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 2.0
3. Jamaal MagloireKentucky 1.9
4. C.J. BlackTennessee 1.5
5. Marcus HicksMississippi 1.4
6. Chris JefferiesArkansas 1.4
7. Jeremy HaysAlabama 1.2
8. Isiah VictorTennessee 1.2
9. Jabari SmithLSU 1.2
10. Charles HathawayTennessee 1.2
Effective Field Goal Percentage
1. Dan LanghiVanderbilt .549
2. Keith CarterMississippi .542
3. Maurice CarterLSU .536
4. Jumaine JonesGeorgia .499
5. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina .483
6. Jason SmithMississippi .481
7. Chris PorterAuburn .480
8. Brian WilliamsAlabama .459
True Shooting Percentage
1. Greg StoltFlorida .642
2. Marcus HicksMississippi .625
3. Dan LanghiVanderbilt .613
4. Udonis HaslemFlorida .609
5. Isiah VictorTennessee .603
6. Mike MillerFlorida .594
7. Teddy DupayFlorida .590
8. Kenyan WeaksFlorida .586
9. Scott PadgettKentucky .583
10. D.A. LayneGeorgia .579
Offensive Win Shares
1. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 3.6
2. Keith CarterMississippi 3.0
3. Scott PadgettKentucky 2.9
4. B.J. MckieSouth Carolina 2.8
5. Marcus HicksMississippi 2.8
6. Michael BradleyKentucky 2.8
7. Greg StoltFlorida 2.6
8. Derek HoodArkansas 2.4
9. Maurice CarterLSU 2.3
10. Jumaine JonesGeorgia 2.3
Defensive Win Shares
1. Mamadou N'DiayeAuburn 8.1
2. Chris PorterAuburn 4.7
3. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 3.6
4. Bryant SmithAuburn 3.4
5. Doc RobinsonAuburn 3.0
6. Scott PadgettKentucky 2.9
7. Derek HoodArkansas 2.9
8. Jamaal MagloireKentucky 2.8
9. Marcus HicksMississippi 2.7
10. Jason SmithMississippi 2.4
Win Shares
1. Mamadou N'DiayeAuburn 8.9
2. Chris PorterAuburn 6.2
3. Scott PadgettKentucky 5.8
4. Marcus HicksMississippi 5.5
5. Tyrone WashingtonMississippi St. 5.4
6. Derek HoodArkansas 5.3
7. Michael BradleyKentucky 5.1
8. Doc RobinsonAuburn 4.9
9. Keith CarterMississippi 4.8
10. Dan LanghiVanderbilt 4.7