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June 24, 2018
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Just a day separates Collin Sexton and what should be a life-changing evening . . .
Birmingham News

Opting for the fast lane, Sexton declared for the draft after his freshman season at Alabama, a program that hasn't had a player drafted in the last decade . . .
Meridian (Miss.) Star

Sexton would become the first player from an Alabama high school or college selected in the opening round of the NBA Draft since 2010 . . .
Mobile Press-Register

LeBron has already talked up Oklahoma point guard Trae Young, but maybe LeBron and his camp want the Cavs to take a different point guard Alabama's Collin Sexton with the No. 8 pick . . .
Yahoo Sports

For weeks, media and fans described the matchup as a one-on-one duel between the Crimson Tide's Collin Sexton and the Sooners' Trae Young, the two most highly touted American point guard prospects for the 2018 NBA Draft . . .
Orlando Sentinel

There's little question about where to start when looking at the top point guard prospects in the NBA draft: Trae Young and Collin Sexton . . .
Florence Times-Daily

The 2018 NBA Draft is eight days away, and Alabama point guard Collin Sexton remains a projected lottery pick in nearly every mock draft . . .

"He's definitely got a lot better," Avery Johnson Jr. said of Mack. "He was the leading scorer at Texas, and he's going to be a huge piece for us next year, so we're excited to have him . . .
Bama Online

Sexton also put on a show in the SEC Tournament, carrying No. 9 Alabama to the semifinals with a game-winning buzzer beater and a 31-point effort in an upset over No. 1 Auburn . . .
NBC Sports

His college head coach believes he can play in the spotlight in New York . . .
Bama Online

The Alabama men's basketball program's second game in a home-and-home series with Rhode Island has reportedly been pushed back one year . . .
Bama Online

Braxton Key announced he will transfer from Alabama to Virginia . . .
SEC Country

Since announcing that he would transfer, people have been curious as to where he would finish his collegiate career. Well, it looks like he's finally decided . . .
SEC Country

Colts' 6-foot-6 2020 wing Austin Harvell exploded onto the recruiting scene this past week, picking up offers from Alabama, Auburn and Kansas State . . .
Huntsville Times

The 6-foot-6, four-star 2020 recruit picked up an Alabama offer today after Auburn offered Monday . . .
Birmingham News

Three players on this year's Alabama baseball team have immediate family members who were varsity athletes for the Crimson Tide . . .
Tuscaloosa News

Alabama sophomore Braxton Key, the nephew of former NBA great Ralph Sampson, announced two weeks ago he is leaving the Crimson Tide program . . .
Miami Herald

"I would say it's a learning experience," Sexton said. "It was amazing. It was good times. It was also bad times. But I feel like the ups and downs help you become a better person . . .

"I think sometimes they underestimate because you lose your leading scorer to the draft, but sometimes maybe they underestimate what we have coming back," head coach Avery Johnson said . . .
Florence Times-Daily

"He's definitely got a lot better," Tide guard Avery Johnson Jr. said. "He was the leading scorer at Texas, and he's going to be a huge piece for us next year, so we're excited to have him . . .
Bama Online

Norris, who played just nine games this past season before undergoing hip surgery in early January to repair a lingering preseason injury, was awarded a medical hardship waiver by the NCAA . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Johnson told reporters... "One guy doesn't necessarily make a team. It's a sum of important parts. And whether one of our players played eight minutes or 18 minutes or 28 minutes, they're important to our team, whatever their role is . . .

"I am back at 100 percent and feeling as good as I have felt in a long time," Norris said . . .
Dothan Eagle

There are no hard feelings about Sexton being one and done . . .
Bama Online

Riley Norris announced his medical hardship waiver was approved by the NCAA and he'll be back for the 2018-19 season . . .
Birmingham News


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