Alabama men's basketball coach Nate Oats has swiftly become adept at using the new transfer portal rules to fill holes on his roster both quickly and effectively.

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This season, some of the top contributors on the team have been point guard Mark Sears, a transfer from Ohio, guard Nimari Burnett, a transfer from Texas Tech, and forward Noah Gurley, and transfer from Furman.

Now, Oats has a new portal target, Louisville small forward Kamari Lands.

Lands has played an average of 21 minutes per game for the Louisville Cardinals, who were an abysmal 4-28 this season. He averaged 5.9 points while shooting 32.6% from the field and 32.1% from beyond the arc. The forward has shown improvement throughout the year and seems ready to take his game to the next level with better coaching, something Oats can certainly provide.

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