Alabama basketball arrived in Nashville on Wednesday night and spent time working out and shooting around on Thursday morning in preparation for their Friday night SEC quarterfinal matchup.

The Crimson Tide don't yet know who their opponent will be, with the second matchup between Florida and Georgia determining who will play Alabama. However, Alabama's injury picture is getting clearer ahead of the game.

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According to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports, Rylan Griffen practiced on Thursday. If he feels alright on Friday morning, he'll play Friday night for the Crimson Tide.

Meanwhile, Oats said on Wednesday that guard Latrell Wrightsell Jr. looked good. "I thought he’s looked great in practice all week. If he’s not 100%, he’s close, probably 90-95%.”

Alabama could potentially be at full strength heading into their first game of tournament play. Getting healthy and resting the legs of Mark Sears and Aaron Estrada, who both saw increased workloads with Wrightsell and Griffen out of the rotation.

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