Avery Johnson Looks for Tide Hoops to Rise

Avery Johnson spoke to the media on Wednesday afternoon at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa site of the 2017 SEC Spring Meetings in Miramar Beach, Florida. He has generated an increased interest in the Alabama basketball program his first two seasons. The Tide faithful has reason for optimism as the incoming 2017 recruiting class is ranked sixth nationally by Scout.com.
May 31, 2017

Updated 2017 Top 25 Class Rankings

On Wednesday, Scout's basketball recruiting team -- Evan Daniels, Brian Snow and Josh Gershon -- updated the 2017 top 100. With changes in the player rankings there are changes in the team rankings. Kentucky sits at No. 1, while UCLA and Arizona round out the top three.
April 18, 2017

Alabama 2017 Signees in Hoops All-Star Game

Crimson Tide basketball is banking on an infusion of talent from the 2017 signing class. Three of the incoming prospects appeared in the Alabama-Mississippi HS All-Star Classic held in Montgomery on Friday evening.
March 17, 2017

Updated 2017 Top 25 Class Rankings

Several of the nation's top high school players announced their commitments on Thursday. Here is a look at how those big additions shook up the top 25 classes in the country.
November 10, 2016

Duo sets stage for huge Alabama class

Alabama is used to recruiting success, but usually it doesn't involve a round ball. On Thursday Avery Johnson showed he can compete with anybody on the recruiting trail.
November 9, 2016

Galin Smith Rolls with Tide Basketball

Alabama basketball received good news Friday afternoon as 2017 prospect Galin Smith verbally pledged a commitment to the program. The 6-9, 225 pound front court player chose the Crimson Tide over the Green Wave of Tulane.
October 8, 2016

Herb Jones commits to Alabama

Avery Johnson's first commitment of the 2017 class comes from in-star forward Herb Jones, who pledged early Thursday afternoon.
October 6, 2016

On Campus: September 30

Practice is starting around the country for many schools, and several are using it as a huge recruiting weekend. Kansas has the biggest group of visitors coming in, but also schools such as Texas Tech, UCLA, Stanford, Kentucky, and Indiana have big visitors on campus
September 30, 2016