Alabama put on an offensive display that including some huge dunks and 10 3-pointers in an 80-65 win over the LSU Tigers. Donta Hall played above the rim, after missing the first meeting against the Tigers, as he scored 20 points and had eight rebounds.
The Tide shot 55% from the field, while LSU shot 39%.
The only bright spot for the Tigers was Daryl Edwards, who played hard throughout. The junior college transfer from California had 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting.
Freshman Tremont Waters struggled again as he went 2-of-12 and had 5 points. Duop Reath had 26 points in a win over Ole Miss on Saturday, but he was held to five points in Tuesday night's loss to Tuscaloosa.
LSU faces a difficult test in its next game as they host a red-hot Missouri team. The Tigers won their 5th straight by beating 21st ranked Texas A&M 62-58 on Tuesday. Tip off on Saturday in the PMAC is at 1 PM.