Alabama presents a tough challenge for opponents: the Crimson Tide have a bunch of talented, aggressive guards, a few savvy veterans in the front-court with legitimate size, and a bona fide NBA draft pick in Brandon Miller. Alabama plays fast (No. 15 in pace in the nation to start the season), the Crimson Tide really contest two-point shots (No. 1 defensive two-point percentage allowed in the nation at 32.7 percent), which contributes to their No. 3 defensive effective field-goal percentage in the nation (35.5 percent). While Alabama does not force a lot of turnovers, the team blocks shots and clean the defensive glass.
Source: The Only Colors