NCAA Basketball: Ranking all 32 conference tournaments for 2019-20

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JACKSONVILLE, FL – MARCH 20: The NCAA March Madness logo on the floor during the NCAA Basketball First round practice session (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

We are just one day away from official NCAA Basketball Division I postseason action. Which conference tournaments should take priority on your viewing schedule?

It is finally the best month of the year. There isn’t an annual sporting event quite like the NCAA Basketball Tournament, and most of the country’s 353 teams are preparing to secure their spot in the Big Dance.

Every year, fans from all over the nation sit down to submit their picks to the Jerome, sit down and watch SWAC games for the only time all year. With so many games being played over the next two weeks, it can be hard to prioritize which channels watch.

Do you want to watch a potential bid-steal upset? Is the drama associated with one-bid leagues more your speed? Or perhaps you want to watch the best conferences in the country play the best basketball of the year.

This is a completely subjective list of the conference tournaments I believe will be the best to watch. I looked at the competitiveness at the top of the conference, overall conference quality, and potential for greater NCAA Tournament ramifications. I also added some x-factor considerations that may, or may not, be apparent.

So let’s take a look at how all 32 conference tournaments stack up against each other.

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