Southwestern Athletic Conference - SWAC Championships - Men's basketball

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Men's basketball The semi final and championship SWAC Basketball Tournament games are held at the $35 million Delmar Fieldhouse (opened in 2017) near Uptown Houston. As of the 2017 tournaments, they feature an eight team three day layout with the quarterfinal rounds hosted on campus sites. This changes the previous 10 team, five day tournament format. The higher seeded teams will host a combined eight games leaving two days for travel and practice rounds. The tournament concludes with the semi finals and championship rounds inside Houston’s Delmar Fieldhouse. Winners of the tournaments earn automatic bids to their respective NCAA Division I Tournaments. The championship games are nationally televised live annually on an ESPN network. not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held not held Men's basketball tournament performance by school Men's basketball tournament performance by school

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