Alabama Basketball: A Legacy of Excellence

The Crimson Tide's Early Years

Alabama's first basketball team was formed in 1906


The Crimson Tide's Early Years

The Crimson Tide played their first game in 1907, defeating Birmingham-Southern College 24-14.

The Nate Oats Era

Nate Oats became the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2019.

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Alabama's Notable Players

Gerald Wallace Derrick McKey Reggie Miller Avery Johnson Brandon Miller

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The Coleman Coliseum

The Coleman Coliseum is the home of Alabama Crimson Tide basketball. The arena was built in 1968 and can seat up to 15,333 fans.


The Alabama Crimson Tide's Rivalries

Auburn Tigers Kentucky Wildcats Tennessee Volunteers Vanderbilt Commodores

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The Crimson Tide's Future

The Alabama Crimson Tide is one of the most promising teams in college basketball.


The Crimson Tide's Impact on the Community

The Alabama Crimson Tide basketball team is a source of pride for the University of Alabama and the state of Alabama. The team's success has helped boost Tuscaloosa, Alabama's economy.

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