Alabama basketball has the No. Earned 1 seed plus a goodbye in the first round of the SEC tournament The Crimson Tide did not hold back in their first game of the tournament against the state of Mississippi

The outcome of the game is a perfect example of Alabama’s style of play: fast-paced, high-score play and strong defense

Offensive for Alabama, the goal was evenly distributed, with Jahvon Quinerly being the leading scorer with 14 points

On the defensive, Herbert Jones, recently named SEC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, posted seven rebounds

Freshman Josh Primo dropped out in the second half with an apparent knee injury. He was helped into the locker room and his status for tomorrow’s competition is unknown

The state of Mississippi struggled to go on the offensive and couldn’t cut the Crimson Tide’s chances of scoring

Nate Oats and Alabama compete against the winner of Tennessee vs. Florida tomorrow afternoon

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World News – USA – Alabama basketball destroys the state of Mississippi in the first game of the SEC tournament

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