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2018 Schedule
5th in SEC
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SEC Storied: Courage Matters - Wendell Hudson (0:48)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Espn 100 Jared Butler is taking an official visit to Baylor this weekend. He has taken trips to Virginia and Alabama. Butler is highly competitive and equally adept at scoring or facilitating. His basketball IQ is evident as is his 3-point shooting which will help him play anywhere on the perimeter.

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'It's going to be a historical year for the SEC' (3:58)
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Alabama, Auburn basketball continue summer tours (0:41)
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Summer Tour: SEC basketball (0:44)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Team Thad (Robert Woodard, Tyler Harris, Javian Fleming) drawing a crowd. Billy Kennedy, Alabama, Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Mississippi State.

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Top 100 prospect Will Richardson tells Espn that he is hearing from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Alabama, Miami and Virginia. Big PG with instincts to score and facilitate.

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Johnson: We Embrace The Challege That UK Provides

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich talk to Alabama coach Avery Johnson about the Crimson Tide taking the next step, embracing the challenge Kentucky provides the SEC and much more.

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Texas scoring leader Mack transfers to Alabama

Alabama men's basketball coach Avery Johnson announced the signing of Texas scoring leader Tevin Mack on Friday. He will sit out the 2017-18 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

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101dMyron Medcalf

Who has the best job in Alabama?

Avery Johnson and Bruce Pearl have each improved their respective programs in a state known for football. Which school is tabbed as the best basketball job in the state?

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Six more prospects to work out for Utah

The Jazz will host six more players for a pre-draft workout on Wednesday: Indiana G James Blackmon, Dayton G Charles Cooke, Weber State G Jeremy Senglin, Alabama big man Jimmie Taylor, Eastern Washington F Jake Wiley and Texas A&M-CC F Rashawn Thomas.

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123dJeff Goodman

Bama big man Key withdraws from NBA draft

Alabama big man Braxton Key will withdraw from the NBA draft process and return to Tuscaloosa for his sophomore season, the school announced Tuesday.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Alabama's Braxton Key told ESPN he will withdraw from NBA draft and return to school next season.

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129dJeff Borzello

Texas transfer F Mack commits to Alabama

Texas transfer Tevin Mack, who was granted his release from Texas in late February, told ESPN that he has committed to Alabama.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas transfer Tevin Mack just committed to Alabama, source told ESPN. Averaged 14.8 points last season.

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Johnson: 2017 is Tide's signature recruiting class (2:34)
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A year of Iron Bowl rivalry (0:44)
156dAlex Scarborough

Bama S Thompson talking to police, Saban says

Alabama safety Deionte Thompson is back on campus and cooperating with police after his arrest for felony aggravated assault, coach Nick Saban said on Thursday.

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158dESPN Recruiting Nation

Sexton climbed up the rankings

Avery Johnson will be getting one of the more electrifying players of this class in Collin Sexton, who moved up from No. 10 to No. 6 in the rankings. He can raise the energy level of a game with his passion.

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Alabama's Key declares for NBA draft

Alabama freshman forward Braxton Key is declaring for the 2017 NBA draft without hiring an agent, head coach Avery Johnson announced Monday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game68.5284th
Rebounds Per Game39.0Tied-27th
Assists Per Game11.5296th
Points Allowed64.728th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record21-20
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances20