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Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Head Coach: Nate Oates
Home Games: Coleman Coliseum
SEC Tournament Championships: Seven
Sweet Sixteen Appearances: Seven
NCAA Tournament Appearances: 20
Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball TicketsThe Crimson Tide basketball team is a powerhouse in the SEC and has been entertaining the crowds with serious hoops since its inception as a team in 1913. Throughout its years on the court, the Crimson Tide has had many winning seasons, has garnered multiple SEC titles and has earned spots in the NCAA and NIT tournaments in various seasons. The Crimson Tide has an impressive record of alumni who have gone on to successful careers in the NBA, such as Robert Horry, Maurice "Mo" Williams, Antonio McDyess, Gerald Wallace and Latrell Sprewell. Today, the Crimson Tide continues to deliver intense action for fans with its skillful ball handling. Every year the Crimson Tide plays its long-time rivals, the Auburn Tigers, in a game that is always a nail-biting experience. Nate Oates, formerly with the Buffalo Bulls, is the new coach as of 2019, and the 2019-2020 season promises to be one of the most exciting yet. To experience the reality of Alabama dominance from the bleachers, grab your Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball tickets at StubHub today.
Who is the head coach for the Crimson Tide?Nate Oates is the head coach for the Crimson Tide as of March 2019 and starts his first year with Alabama for the 2019-2020 season. Oates was named the 2018 and 2019 Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year and was voted fourth for the Associated Press Men's College Coach of the Year. Oates was formerly with the University of Buffalo, where he led the Bulls to a 96-43 season record, three NCAA Tournament appearances and three MAC Tournament Championships. For his most recent season with the Buffalo Bulls, Oats coached the Bulls to a 32-4 overall record.
Who are some of the teams the Crimson Tide faces in 2019/2020?The Alabama Crimson Tide schedule for the 2019-2020 season is tough, and there promises to be some pulse-pounding games for the year. Some of the more anticipated games include Penn, Vanderbilt, Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M. The opening game of the regular season is against Penn, the No. 2-ranked team in the Ivy League poll, which sets the tone for the rest of the season.
How big is Coleman Coliseum?Coleman Coliseum was built in 1968 and has a seating capacity of 15,383. Since its inauguration, Coleman Coliseum has hosted more than 500 Alabama wins on the court. The coliseum was originally named Memorial Coliseum and was considered a state-of-the-art facility on its opening. At the time, it was the fifth-largest collegiate coliseum in the US. The coliseum was updated in 2005 and now has a modernized façade and expanded interior lobbies and concourses. It also has upgraded offices, locker rooms and other support facilities. The all-new seats are theater styled, and many of them are padded. More recent updates include a high-definition scoreboard over center court and additional courtside seating.
Who are the Alabama Crimson Tide's rivals?It's not just football competition that heats up the blood of both Alabama and Auburn fans. There is a distinct rivalry between the schools on the basketball courts as well. While Auburn has won against Alabama the last several years, the Crimson Tide leads overall with a healthy 96-64 record of games between the two.
What conference does the Crimson Tide belong to?The Alabama Crimson Tide basketball team is an original member of the Southeastern Conference, which was instituted in 1933.
Who are some notable Alabama Crimson Tide basketball alumni?There have been many exemplary basketball players during the years the Crimson Tide has spent on the courts. Robert Horry is the most famous and was named twice to the All-SEC team. He played 15 years in the NBA, which encompassed seven championship teams. Other notables include Latrell Sprewell, Antonio McDyess, Gerald Wallace and Maurice "Mo" Williams, all of whom were named NBA All-Stars during their careers.
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