Alabama Crimson Tide All-Time NCAA Tournament Team

Going into Friday's 50th NCAA Tournament game for the Alabama Crimson, look back at Alabama's All-Time best players in the Big Dance.

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Alabama Basketball All-Time NCAA Tournament Guards

  • Ernest Shelton - In the 2004 and 2005 seasons, Shelton played in four NCAA Tournament games. His top performance came in the 2004 tournament game against Syracuse. Alabama was an 8-Seed that year and Syracuse was a 5-Seed. The Crimson Tide beat Cuse 80-71. Shelton had 22 points, five steals, two assists, and just two turnovers in 35 minutes of play. The week before Shelton had 18 points, five rebounds, and two steals against Southern Illinois. In the two games, he made eight of 15, three-point shots.
  • Ronald Steele - Steele played in three NCAA Tournament games in the 2005 and 2006 seasons. He averaged 20 points in the three games, with a high of 23 points against Marquette in 2006. He had 20 assists in the three games and was 21-for-23 at the foul line.
  • Mo Williams - Williams played in three NCAA Tournament games in the 2002 and 2003 seasons. His top game came against Florida Atlantic in 2002. He scored 33 points and had 10 rebounds and six assists. In that game, he was 12-for-13 at the foul line.
  • Latrell Sprewell - Sprewell's top NCAA Tournament games came against Wake Forest in 1991 and Stanford in 1992. He scored 23 points in the Stanford game and 21 points in the game against Wake. He also had six rebounds and six assists against Wake Forest.