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LSU was picked third in the league by a panel of both SEC and national media members this week. Tennessee was picked win the 2021 SEC Championship, ahead of Kentucky.

LSU sophomore forward Trendon Watford and junior guard Javonte Smart were selected on the media preseason All-SEC team announced by the league office on Thursday.

Watford was named to the first-team while Smart was named to the second-team. Per LSUSports.net:
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Watford as a freshman started 30-of-31 games last season, averaging 31.5 minutes per game. He is the Tigers' best returning scorer at 13.6 points per game and the team's leading rebounder a year ago at 7.2 boards a game. Watford shot 48.9 percent from the floor overall with 18 three-point field goals.

Smart also started 30-of-31 games a year ago, averaging 34.2 minutes a game with a 12.5 points per game averaged. The Baton Rouge native posted a 3.5 rebounds per game mark and has 129 assists in the course of the season.
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Vols can't finish 1st and 2nd. Admin•3 days ??????
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no offense, but too high.
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LSU STACKED!!!!
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SEC fuuuuuucked
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We a basketball school now gents
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We are the #1 team and it aint close.
6 months
We are the #1 team and it aint close.
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Bet we finish 1st or 2nd
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Bet we finish 1st or 2nd
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BVD
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Nope Vols will
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Bet we finish 1st or 2nd
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BVD
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Nope Vols will
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Vols can't finish 1st and 2nd.
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