In an unsurprising move, Avery Johnson Jr. has transferred from Texas A&M to Alabama in order to play for his father. Jr. will sit out a year per transfer rules (assuming he's not granted a waiver), and have three years of eligibility beginning in the 2016-17 season. Show More Summary
The former Texas A&M point guard to reunite with his father.
Avery Johnson's son to join him at Alabama
The Huntington?s Art Collectors? Council purchased two 1936 paintings?Burlesque by Milton Avery and Irises (The Sentinels) by Pasadena artist Helen Lundeberg?as well as a ceramic sculpture, Head of a Boy, by Sargent Claude Johnson, for the American art galleries at its 21st annual meeting April 11. Show More Summary
Avery Johnson is touring with Nick Saban to get more familiar with being a head coach at Alabama.
Avery Johnson and Alabama have to compete for talent with the likes of Kentucky, Arkansas, Florida and LSU in the SEC. It’s not going to be easy for the former Nets and Mavericks head coach but on Saturday afternoon, the Crimson Tide...Show More Summary
The SEC coaching carousel’s dust appears to have settled with Avery Johnson, Rick Barnes and Ben Howland having moved into their new offices at Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi State, respectively. Kentucky’s John Calipari is making the recruiting rounds with a new pitch after seven more of his players declared for this summer’s NBA Draft. Show More Summary
Avery Johnson has made all the right moves so far in his tenure at Alabama. He won the opening press conference, he's been media friendly, excited fans, and landed his first big recruit in Dazon Ingram, Mr. Basketball in the state of Alabama.The next step was his staff. Show More Summary
The Alabama Crimson Tide basketball team has a new head coach in Avery Johnson, who took the job following the firing of Anthony Grant. After the hire, two players — Ricky Tarrant and Devin Mitchell — left the team via transfer. On Thursday...Show More Summary
Alabama coach Avery Johnson lands first signee, state's Mr. Basketball Dazon Ingram
Dazon Ingram joins Brandon Austin and Donta Hall, both of whom remained committed following the firing of Anthony Grant, in Alabama's 2015 class.
David Robinson also does his Avery Johnson impression.
Bill Battle’s wheelbarrow full of money simply wasn’t enough to lure Gregg Marshall away from Wichita State. But the Alabama athletic director had a bold backup plan up his sleeve, as he recently handed Avery Johnson a six-year, $18 million contract to become the Crimson Tide’s next men’s basketball coach. Show More Summary
After Monday’s loss to Duke in the national championship game, Wisconsin men’s basketball head coach Bo Ryan made a comment during his press conference that the Badgers “don’t do a rent-a-player.” He was, of course, making a reference to the growing trend of highly recruited and talented players enrolling in college for just one season...Read More
It wasn't the prettiest of coaching searches, but I think the end results are fantastic. We publicly swung and missed on Gregg Marshall, but I believe Avery Johnson has an even higher upside than our first choice. I want to talk a little...Show More Summary
Avery Johnson envisions leading Alabama basketball deeper into the NCAA Tournament than it's ever been and ambitiously chooses five-time national champion Duke as his model program.
Avery Johnson talks Final Four in Alabama intro
Alabama's Avery Johnson embraces Final Four ambition, Tide football and Duke's model program
"I think it would help our whole program."
“My philosophy is we need to get a couple of one-and-dones. I think it would help our whole program.”