The Alabama men's basketball team (10-3, 5-0) went into Rupp Arena tonight and defeated the Kentucky Wildcats (4-7, 3-1) on the road for the first time since 2006. The win extends the Crimson Tide winning streak to six games in a row and keeps the Crimson Tide in sole possession of first place in the SEC.
One night after suffering an 18-point loss to Stanford, the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the UNLV Running Rebels in the Camping World Maui Invitational. Alabama made 15 3-point shots in the game to pull away from the Rebels on its way to an 86-74 victory.
Alabama basketball is officially underway in 21 days. Oats enters his second year with a roster that he can call his own. The Crimson Tide has depth and experience on the roster leading to high expectations for this year's team.
The NBA Draft withdrawal deadline has now come and gone and national basketball analyst Jeff Goodman of watchstadium.com has revealed his preseason top-25 rankings. Goodman ranks the Alabama Crimson Tide team 18th in the nation and makes them the top team in the SEC.
The Alabama men’s basketball team finished the regular season on a two-game losing streak, losing at home to Vanderbilt and on the road to Missouri. Alabama is locked into the ninth seed of next week’s SEC tournament and will play the eighth seeded Tennessee Vols in the second round on Thursday at noon. The winner of that matchup will have to play the top-seeded Kentucky Wildcats on Friday at noon. Alabama’s only path to making the NCAA Tournament at this point is win the SEC Tournament.
The Alabama men’s basketball team played a balanced scoring attack, with five players in double-figures, to beat Stephen F. Austin and grab a 78-68 win in Tuscaloosa.
We watched as Five Alabama players out of the eight that saw action in the game finished the night scoring double-digit points led by Jaden Shackelford’s 17 point including hitting 10-of-11 from the foul line...