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The Florida Gators men's basketball team represents the University of Florida in the sport of basketball.The Gators compete in NCAA Division I and the Southeastern Conference (SEC).

He compiled a record of 85–63 in six seasons, including the Gators' first two wins over long-dominant Kentucky in SEC play.Sloan's Gators did not receive a postseason tournament invitation during his tenure, however; until 1975 only the conference champion was guaranteed an NCAA bid.His second stint at Florida was easily the most successful in school history until the late 1990s.After four years of rebuilding, Sloan led the Gators to the 1984 NIT--only the second postseason appearance in school history.The modern era of Florida basketball began in 1980, when Sloan returned to Gainesville after a successful 14-year tenure at North Carolina State.

This was also the first year in the Gators' current home court, the O'Connell Center.His Gators experienced initial success during his first three seasons, finishing second, fifth and third respectively in SEC play.His first team notched the school's first 20-win season; a season sweep by Tennessee left them one game short of their first SEC title.Nonetheless, according to Florida historian Norm Carlson, Sloan elevated the Gators basketball program from "an intramural program and built the grass roots." Sloan left Florida for his alma mater, North Carolina State, after the 1965-66 season.Tommy Bartlett succeeded Sloan as head coach in 1966–67.The Gators spent most of the first half-century of SEC play in the bottom half of the standings.