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Nate Oats believes potential transfers have been a ‘little scared’ of Alabama

Alabama men’s basketball coach Nate Oats believes the team’s current roster has made it harder for his team to fill its two open scholarships for the upcoming season. “We’re trying to use them,” Oats said Wednesday at the Regions Tradition Pro-Am. “Couple guys we’ve gone after have gotten a little scared of our current roster. We need somebody that’s willing to fight for minutes. We’ve got a pretty good roster right now.”
TUSCALOOSA, AL

Nate Oats provides recovery update, timetable on Jahvon Quinerly, Nimari Burnett

Nate Oats provided a recovery update and timetable on two important Alabama players, guards Jahvon Quinerly and Nimari Burnett. First, Quinerly was a consistent performer for Alabama in 2021-2022, but the season didn’t end the way the guard had hoped. In the Crimson Tide’s loss to Notre Dame in the 2022 NCAA Tournament on March 18, Quinerly suffered a left knee injury in the opening minutes of the game and has been rehabbing since.
BIRMINGHAM, AL
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Alabama, Nate Oats formally announce the addition of transfer Mark Sears

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nate Oats will be dipping into the transfer portal this offseason, looking to replace a heavy set of players leaving the program this offseason. While the majority may have been role players, Oats will be wanting to bring in quality starters first and foremost, with Ohio’s Mark Sears being one.
AUBURN, AL
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Alabama Basketball: What Nate Oats is getting in Mark Sears

Sooner than most expected, Alabama Basketball gained a point guard for next season. Alabama native and former Ohio Bobcat, Mark Sears announced he is joining the Alabama Crimson Tide. Before he transferred to the Hargrave Academy to finish his high school career, Mark Sears played for Muscle Shoals High School...
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Nate Oats has 'gut feeling' JD Davison will stay in NBA draft

Alabama point guard JD Davison is likely headed to the NBA. The freshman has not officially announced a decision yet, but Thursday evening, Crimson Tide head coach Nate Oats said on The Field of 68 podcast that he thinks Davison will turn pro. “I don’t have an answer for sure,”...
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