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OKLAHOMA ST (10 - 3) at OKLAHOMA (11 - 1)
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781OKLAHOMA ST168.5166.5
OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-3+14-61-979.439.344.8%37.967.230.240.6%35.0
Road Games2-1+21-20-366.330.735.5%39.769.736.347.0%38.0
Last 5 Games3-2+11-31-377.836.844.5%
Conference Games0-1-10-11-
OKLAHOMA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)79.439.328-6244.8%9-2633.1%15-1978.9%381017198144
vs opponents surrendering73.335.226-5943.2%8-2334.3%14-2070.4%36914197144
Team Stats (Road Games)66.330.724-6835.5%6-2723.7%12-1770.6%401513178133
Stats Against (All Games)67.230.223-5740.6%6-1931.3%15-2172.2%35912196172
vs opponents averaging75.13527-6144.3%7-2133.7%14-2169.1%381015197144
Stats Against (Road Games)69.736.326-5647.0%6-2032.2%11-1666.7%38915197184

OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-1+5.15-610-194.749.650.3%40.079.938.441.6%38.2
Home Games6-0+12-34-1100.752.255.0%41.576.836.541.1%35.5
Last 5 Games5-0+5.63-14-095.052.850.0%37.480.239.243.1%39.4
Conference Games1-0+11-01-
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)94.749.633-6650.3%11-2839.3%17-2274.3%40919178136
vs opponents surrendering74.434.526-6043.0%8-2435.1%14-2070.4%35913196133
Team Stats (Home Games)100.752.237-6855.0%12-2843.1%14-1973.0%41922158136
Stats Against (All Games)79.938.429-6941.6%10-2735.8%13-1873.6%381015186144
vs opponents averaging79.937.828-6146.5%9-2337.1%14-2070.6%37915186134
Stats Against (Home Games)76.836.529-7041.1%10-3034.4%9-1370.5%351013166152
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA ST 73.5,  OKLAHOMA 78
OKLAHOMA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/16/2017ORAL ROBERTS91-48W-19W151.5U35-7050.0%47720-6033.3%3312
11/20/2017*TEXAS A&M55-72L4.5L140.5U20-6729.9%381028-5749.1%4519
11/26/2017HOUSTN BAPTIST101-74W - -30-6248.4%431726-6639.4%3515
11/29/2017AUSTIN PEAY79-63W-23L150U28-5749.1%341722-5639.3%3320
12/3/2017MISS VALLEY ST83-62W - -31-5952.5%351126-6241.9%3421
12/9/2017WICHITA ST66-78L5.5L146U21-5240.4%261520-4544.4%3619
12/16/2017*FLORIDA ST71-70W6W151.5U27-7038.6%371724-5841.4%4122
12/22/2017UTRGV102-83W - -32-6648.5%411830-7142.3%3619
12/29/2017W VIRGINIA79-85L3L153O24-4751.1%322125-5743.9%3518
1/3/2018@ OKLAHOMA              
1/6/2018IOWA ST              
1/10/2018@ KANSAS ST              
1/15/2018@ BAYLOR              
1/23/2018@ TEXAS TECH              

OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/15/2017BALL ST108-69W-16.5W164.5O42-7456.8%491123-7729.9%4313
11/30/2017N TEXAS82-72W-29.5L158.5U32-5954.2%28729-5850.0%2914
12/4/2017TX-SAN ANTONIO97-85W-23L168O37-8145.7%541431-8138.3%4712
12/16/2017@ WICHITA ST91-83W7.5W165.5O29-7240.3%43830-7042.9%4310
12/19/2017NORTHWESTERN ST105-68W - -41-6959.4%401428-6543.1%3123
12/30/2017@ TCU90-89W2W171O29-6246.8%401230-7440.5%468
1/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST              
1/6/2018@ W VIRGINIA              
1/9/2018TEXAS TECH              
1/16/2018@ KANSAS ST              
1/20/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
OKLAHOMA ST: Last season: 20-13, lost in first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: G Jawun Evans. He was one of the nation's best point guards last season, averaging 19.2 points and 6.4 assists per game before leaving early for the NBA; G Phil Forte, who averaged 13.3 points per game and was one of the best 3-point shooters in school history; F Leyton Hammonds, who started 32 of Oklahoma State's 33 games last season.
Who's back: F Jeffrey Carroll. He considered leaving for the NBA after his junior season but chose to stay put. He averaged 17.5 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season and has been named preseason All-Big 12; G Lindy Waters III, who shot 44 percent from 3-point range as a freshman; C Mitchell Solomon, a steady senior who started 22 games last season; G Brandon Averette; G/F Davon Dillard.
Who's new: G Zack Dawson, a four-star recruit who averaged 26.5 points and 8.0 rebounds as a senior at South Miami High School; F/C Yankuba Sima, a junior transfer from St. John's who is expected to be eligible after the fall semester.
The Skinny: The Cowboys have distractions aplenty, with the bribery scandal already leading to assistant coach Lamont Evans' dismissal. Add the loss of Evans and the fact that new coach Mike Boynton faces so many issues beyond basketball, and it could be a rough season for the Cowboys.
OKLAHOMA: Last season: 11-20
Who's gone: G Jordan Woodard. He was the team's leading scorer with 14.6 points per game in an injury-shortened senior campaign.
Who's back: G Kameron McGusty. He was the team's No. 2 scorer last season as a freshman; G Rashard Odomes, who averaged 10.1 points last season as a sophomore; F Khristian Doolittle, who was one of Oklahoma's best players in league play but is suspended for the fall semester; C Khadeem Lattin, a senior holdover from the team that reached the Final Four two years ago.
Who's new: G Trae Young. A McDonald's All-American who opted to stay in his hometown of Norman. He averaged 42.6 points per game as a senior at Norman North High School; F Brady Manek, who was a standout during Oklahoma's foreign tour this summer; C Hannes Polla, a freshman from Finland.
The Skinny: Oklahoma reached the Final Four two years ago with Buddy Hield, then rebuilt with young, talented players last season. The players who scraped and clawed through the Big 12 last season now have an elite point guard in Young to tie it all together. The Sooners should be exciting to watch and much improved. A return to the NCAA Tournament is a legitimate goal.
No. 7 Oklahoma looks forward to playing Oklahoma State

NORMAN, Okla. -- Two of the lowest points of last year's 20-loss season for Oklahoma came in its two games again in-state rival Oklahoma State.

The Cowboys knocked off the Sooners in Norman with a late 3-pointer by Phil Forte and two big defensive plays in the final seconds. Then in Stillwater, Jawun Evans went on a tear in the past seven minutes to lift OSU once again as Cowboys fans waved brooms at the Sooners as they left the court.

Kameron McGusty has been remembering that scene this week as the Sooners, now elevated to No. 7 in the country, prepare to face Oklahoma State for the first time this season.

"Mad disrespectful," Oklahoma's sophomore guard said of last year's scene. "It's definitely a motivator for everybody else on the team last year. We're really looking forward to that. It's going to be a lot of energy, high-energy, great atmosphere to play in."

Oklahoma State is now without Forte and Evans, who departed after last season. The Cowboys also had a coaching change, with Brad Underwood leaving after just one season and assistant Mike Boynton elevated to head coach.

For Oklahoma freshman sensation Trae Young, it'll be his first Bedlam experience as a player.

"It's going to be fun," Young said. "It's going to be a crazy atmosphere."

Young, the nation's leader in scoring (29.6 points per game) and assists (10.7), figures to spent some time matched up with a familiar foe. Young and Oklahoma State sophomore Lindy Waters III started playing together early in their elementary school days.

"He's a guy who can do a lot of things," Boynton said of Waters. "He's a really good ball-handler. He's a guy who can pass exceptionally well. He can guard multiple positions.

"So he gives us a sense of versatility in our lineups that we can play different ways. We can go big with him at the point guard. We can play smaller with him as a power forward, and still be able to play pretty seamlessly."

Eventually, Young and Waters split up to different AAU teams but reunited to play at Norman North High School.

Waters has been the Cowboys' leader in minutes played so far.

"A lot of things that I know about him, he knows about me, so it's going to be fun," Young said. "I feel like I've gotten a little bit better since the last time I've seen him, but he has as well.

"There's going to be things he knows about me, but there's also going to be things that he doesn't. It's not just me that he's playing against (Wednesday), we've got a pretty talented group of guys around me, too."

Boynton's team has shown defensive tenacity early in the season, knocking off ranked Florida State on the road and playing both Wichita State and West Virginia tight recently.

But there's nothing in college basketball quite like trying to scheme to slow down Young, who had 39 points and 14 assists in his first Big 12 game.

"He's having as good a season as any college basketball player I've seen in a long time," Boynton said. "So hats off to him. But this will be a game between two schools that don't really like each other too much and look forward to competing."

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