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See Tennessee Basketball’s 2024-25 National Championship Odds

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Tennessee basketball is turning its attention to the 2024-25 season after turning in one of the best seasons in program history this past winter.

The Vols have plenty of questions remaining about their roster ahead of next season but there’s still a ton to like about Rick Barnes’ 10th team in Knoxville.

Tennessee basketball has tied for the 10th best odds to the the 2025 NCAA Tournament with +2500 odds according to Bet MGM.

The Vols have the third best odds to win the National Championship in the SEC coming in behind both Alabama (+2000) and Kentucky (+2000). Connecticut has the best odds to win the National Championship with Duke, Kansas and Houston coming in directly behind them. Tennessee has the same odds to win the National Championship as Gonzaga and Purdue.

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Barnes’ ninth Tennessee team posted a 27-9 (14-4 SEC) record during the 2023-24 season, winning the outright SEC Regular Season Championship for the first time since 2008 and made it to the Elite Eight for just the second time in program history.

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The Vols lose three starters off their roster from last season: Dalton Knecht, Josiah-Jordan James and Santiago Vescovi. Those three players combined for 51% of Tennessee’s points, 43% of its rebounds and 41% of its assists last season.

Tennessee has lost three players— guard Freddie Dilione, wing D.J. Jefferson and power forward Tobe Awaka— to the transfer portal so far this offseason.

The Vols currently have five scholarships available to work with as they fill out their roster for next season.

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