Florida Gators men’s basketball

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The Florida Gators men's basketball staff reflects Florida's University from the game of basketball. The Gators compete in NCAA Division I am Southeastern Conference (SEC). Home games are played in the Exactech Arena in the Stephen C. O'Connell Center on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus.
Success was scarce for several decades, although the University of Florida's first basketball team took the court in 1915. The program didn't have an adequate gymnasium before the Florida Gymnasium in 1950, did not seek the services of a full-time basketball trainer until Norm Sloan in 1960, and didn't play in a modern arena until the O'Connell Center started in 1980. Florida made its first postseason tournament appearance from the 1969 National Invitation Tournament and appeared in the NCAA tournament in 1987, but constant success was elusive, and the Gators frequently found themselves at the bottom half of the conference standings.
Consistent success was found by florida's basketball program . In nineteen years as Florida's trainer, Donovan led the schedule to seven of its eight Southeastern Conference (SEC) regular season championships, all four SEC championship championships, fourteen of twenty-two NCAA Tournament appearances, four from five Final Four appearances, and back-to-back national championships in 2006 and 2007. Florida's head coach since 2015 was Mike White, who's led the Gators to three NCAA Tournament bids in his first four seasons in the school.

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