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The History of Tennessee Basketball from Wikipedia.
The Tennessee Volunteers basketball team represents the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee in NCAA men's basketball competition. (Women's teams at the school, which has a completely separate women's athletic program, are known as "Lady Volunteers".) The Volunteers currently compete in the Southeastern Conference. The team last played in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in 2011. The Volunteers are currently coached by Cuonzo Martin.
The Volunteers have had 19 NCAA tournament appearances with an overall record of 12-17. A record of 9-7 in the first round, 3-5 in the second, and 1-4 in the regional semi finals. They have also been invited to the National Invitation Tournament 11 times. They have won nine regular season SEC championships. Their conference tournament record is 54-43 record with 4 championships. Historically Volunteer basketball has produced several successful National Basketball Association players including Allan Houston, Bernard King, Ernie Grunfeld, Dale Ellis, Tobias Harris, Tony White, Ron Slay, and Larry Robinson. Bernard King is one of only three players in Volunteers' history to ever have a jersey retired (the other pair being Ernie Grunfeld and Allan Houston). He finished his career averaging a "double double" per game of 25.8 points and 13.2 rebounds.
In March 2009, the University of Tennessee athletic department made a statement saying that they would claim the 1916 National Championship, but would not hang a banner for such an occasion. Tennessee finished that year with a 16-0 record, the only time in Tennessee basketball history that a team has gone undefeated.
As of February 8, 2012, two former Tennessee Volunteer basketball players were on rosters in the NBA. C.J. Watson with the Bulls and Tobias Harris with the Milwaukee Bucks. Of the two, Watson is regarded as the more talented player and was recently recognized as part of the starting 5 of all-time Tennessee Volunteer Basketball players.
Tennessee Basketball is located in the state of Tennessee.
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