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Alabama 76, Arizona 73: Kira Lewis seizes spotlight in must-win game

By Chris DePew TideFans.com Staff Dec. 9, 2018 Alabama blew its second massive home lead of the week, but this time the Crimson Tide was resilient enough to withstand the blow and pull off its best win of the season, a 76-73 victory against Arizona. What did we learn today?: Kira Lewis can get it […]

Shakeup in starting 5 could be on tap for Georgia State

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Shakeup in starting 5 could be on tap for Georgia State

very Johnson has broken character by going with the same starting lineup each game this year, but Smith’s lack of production sticks out like a sore thumb.

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UCF 70, Alabama 64: Crimson Tide can’t recover from icy start

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UCF 70, Alabama 64: Crimson Tide can’t recover from icy start

Alabama missed 14 of its first 15 field goal attempts and never fully recovered its offensive footing, falling 70-64 at UCF in the season’s first true road game.

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Alabama 90, Wichita State 86: Crimson Tide finally opens offensive floodgates

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At least for one glorious afternoon, Alabama was finally that team. And it needed every bit of that acumen to hold off the feisty Shockers, who crashed the offensive glass to double up Bama’s second-chance scoring and all but refused to turn the ball over. Neither team played bad defense, bu both squads were so locked in that it became impossible to keep the ball out of the basket.

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Alabama 79, Ball State 61: Bounceback performances power Tide blowout

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Alabama 79, Ball State 61: Bounceback performances power Tide blowout

Alabama looked far sharper on the second day of the Charleston Classic, shooting better than 50 percent and holding Ball State in check all afternoon for a 79-61 consolation round victory.

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Bama enters Charleston Classic with plenty still to prove

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Bama enters Charleston Classic with plenty still to prove

The Huskies have four veteran guards with good size and solid scoring ability, led by 6-foot-5 senior Vasa Pusica, who averaged nearly 18 points and better than five assists per game last year.

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Expect a landslide in Election Night opener against Southern

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Expect a landslide in Election Night opener against Southern

How does Tevin Mack get used in his first official game in crimson? The Texas transfer averaged 14.8 points per game in his abbreviated sophomore season at Texas, higher than any returning Tide player.

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Basketball Preview Part 2: Size and savvy defines this year’s Crimson Tide

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Basketball Preview Part 2: Size and savvy defines this year’s Crimson Tide

Part 2: Entering year four of the Avery Johnson era, Alabama has firmly established an identity, even if it isn’t the frantic fast-breaking style Johnson would prefer in his heart. What the Crimson Tide has is a roster short on pure scorers but blessed with an abundance of tall, lanky athletes with impressive wingspans, plenty of game experience and a commitment to tenacious defense.

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Basketball Preview Part 1: Bama is back, but is it back to stay?

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Basketball Preview Part 1: Bama is back, but is it back to stay?

Alabama reclaimed its toehold in the world of college basketball prominence last season, returning to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2012 and winning a game in the big dance for the first time in a dozen seasons.

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Wildcats the next challenge for banged-up Bama

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com Staff March 10, 2018 Where to watch: No. 9 Alabama (19-14) vs. No. 4 Kentucky (22-10) – Today noon Central, Scottrade Center (St. Louis), ESPN Who to watch: Collin Sexton. The “Young Bull” is on pace to be SEC Tournament MVP, but how much gas is left in his tank after […]

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