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Nimari Burnett Has Breakout Game After Return From Injury

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama basketball just added another weapon to its already-loaded arsenal.

During Tuesday night’s 101-44 thrashing of Vanderbilt in Coleman Coliseum, the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide witnessed a stellar performance from guard Nimari Burnett, who was the team’s second leading scorer with 16 points behind freshman phenom Brandon Miller.

Burnett’s exceptional game came in just his fourth game back from wrist surgery, which had held him out since Dec. 10. Prior to his injury, Burnett started in Alabama’s first nine games and was averaging nearly eight points and shooting 34 percent from three.

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