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April 26, 2019
Alabama Basketball
It's been less than a month since Alabama's basketball season ended with a thud in the NIT. Things happened fast from there . . .
Huntsville Times

Bolden gives Alabama a veteran presence at point guard to accompany Kira Lewis Jr., who will return for his sophomore season . . .
Tuscaloosa News

On a weekend reserved for football at The University of Alabama, new Crimson Tide men's basketball coach Nate Oats is making noise on the recruiting trail . . .
Bama Online

Nate Oats, the Crimson Tide's first-year head coach retained Antoine Pettway from the previous staff and welcomes Charlie Henry and Bryan Hodgson as assistant coaches . . .
WHNT-TV (Huntsville)

Lewis is the second player to opt for an Alabama return after entering the transfer portal after John Petty did the same . . .
Birmingham News

With Petty coming back, Alabama has seven scholarship players for the upcoming 2019-20 season . . .
Bama Online

If you missed it, Oats has convinced sophomore guard John Petty to remove his name from the NCAA transfer portal and has already landed a commitment from four-star center prospect Raymond Hawkins . . .
Saturday Down South

The Alabama men's basketball team will be one of eight teams that will compete in the 2020 Maui Jim Maui Invitational . . .
Tuscaloosa News

The Crimson Tide have hired former Buffalo coach Nate Oats to lead their basketball program . . .
Yahoo Sports

Petty, who averaged 10.2 points per game as a sophomore for the Crimson Tide this season, had told Stadium last week that he planned to stay at Alabama instead of transferring . . .
Mobile Press-Register

"We've got some really good athletes . . .
Bama Online

The workout was Oats' first opportunity to see his new players in person in a workout setting . . .
Birmingham News

Oats is bringing Bryan Hodgson with him as an assistant coach and Mike Snowden with him as strength and conditioning coach . . .
Mobile Press-Register

"After meeting with Coach Johnson, we made the decision to mutually part ways," Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne said in a statement Sunday. "This was not an easy decision, and we thank him for his contributions over the past four seasons . . .
Bama Online

Nate Oats will earn an average of $2.462 million annually over the course of his five-year contract as Alabama's head basketball coach . . .
Tuscaloosa News

The terms of Nate Oats' five-year contract at Alabama have been leaked . . .
247Sports

Sophomore guard John Petty told Stadium's Jeff Goodman that he plans to return to the Crimson Tide and play for new head coach Nate Oats . . .
Bama Online

"We typically are straight man-to-man defense but we try to get into it and pressure the ball really hard." Oats said. "I want to get guys up on the ball, pressure the ball, play hard on the ball, but I don't want to be gambling and giving up layups . . .
ESPN Magazine

"He said that when (Oats) was even a high school coach, he was up at their practice all the time, watching film all the time," Byrne recalled Thursday. "He had great energy, and he's a grinder . . .
Bama Online

"We said if we were going to leave [Buffalo], it had to be something special," Oats said. "The University of Alabama is really special . . .
Crimson White

He pointed to Alabama's tradition of basketball success, which he had not been aware of, insofar as being second all-time in the SEC in wins and winning percentage . . .
Bama Online

During his tenure with the Bulls, Oats compiled a 96-43 record and advanced to the NCAA tournament three times . . .
Crimson White

At this point, the question on Alabama fans' lips should be, can he be the Crimson Tide's Bruce Pearl . . .
Birmingham News


 


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