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OKLAHOMA (16 - 10) at KANSAS (21 - 6)
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OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-10-3.78-1715-987.543.647.1%39.382.039.744.2%37.7
Road Games5-8-4.93-108-481.840.643.8%
Last 5 Games0-5-9.20-52-
Conference Games6-8-6.74-106-782.638.944.6%38.884.441.145.5%37.9
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)87.543.630-6547.1%10-2737.3%17-2276.1%39916177145
vs opponents surrendering71.633.325-5842.9%8-2234.7%14-2071.4%34913196143
Team Stats (Road Games)81.840.628-6543.8%8-2731.2%16-2176.3%391114197155
Stats Against (All Games)82.039.730-6844.2%9-2636.5%12-1770.5%381015187134
vs opponents averaging76.736.727-6045.7%8-2235.8%14-2071.1%36915186134
Stats Against (Road Games)84.040.230-6645.1%9-2338.2%16-2173.7%381016187135

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-6-913-1211-1581.641.148.8%35.570.732.841.7%36.0
Home Games12-3-15.37-68-686.745.251.7%36.470.332.741.0%34.7
Last 5 Games3-2-71-32-374.832.044.9%31.474.836.048.3%37.0
Conference Games10-4-4.65-86-876.735.145.5%32.875.235.744.2%38.1
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)81.641.130-6148.8%10-2639.0%12-1770.6%36817157114
vs opponents surrendering72.233.626-6043.0%8-2334.4%13-1871.3%35914196134
Team Stats (Home Games)86.745.232-6151.7%11-2642.2%13-1871.5%36817147115
Stats Against (All Games)70.732.826-6241.7%8-2433.2%11-1671.5%361013176134
vs opponents averaging77.136.627-5945.8%8-2236.0%15-2172.6%37914186134
Stats Against (Home Games)70.332.726-6241.0%9-2635.5%10-1469.3%35912176143
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA 82.8,  KANSAS 82.5
OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST109-89W-9.5W165O35-6454.7%431235-8043.7%4011
1/6/2018@ W VIRGINIA76-89L5.5L174U25-5843.1%371732-7045.7%3811
1/9/2018TEXAS TECH75-65W-2.5W162.5U25-6141.0%371025-6737.3%4415
1/16/2018@ KANSAS ST69-87L-2L164U26-6241.9%372035-6256.5%2612
1/20/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST81-83L-2L167U28-8234.1%571433-8240.2%5012
1/27/2018@ ALABAMA73-80L0L159.5U29-7140.8%381330-5455.6%3717
2/3/2018@ TEXAS74-79L3L153P32-6251.6%371725-5545.5%2513
2/5/2018W VIRGINIA73-75L-4L166.5U25-5644.6%361530-7142.3%3811
2/10/2018@ IOWA ST80-88L-6L161.5O27-6342.9%401730-6546.2%3810
2/13/2018@ TEXAS TECH78-88L7L152O26-5646.4%321430-6248.4%3310
2/19/2018@ KANSAS              
2/24/2018KANSAS ST              
2/27/2018@ BAYLOR              
3/2/2018IOWA ST              

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/2/2018TEXAS TECH73-85L-7.5L147.5O25-5545.5%291529-6743.3%4410
1/6/2018@ TCU88-84W-2W161.5O27-5350.9%281027-6939.1%4212
1/9/2018IOWA ST83-78W-16L158.5O32-6747.8%341030-6744.8%4417
1/13/2018KANSAS ST73-72W-12.5L149.5U24-4949.0%251327-5549.1%2712
1/15/2018@ W VIRGINIA71-66W5.5W156.5U26-5944.1%351325-6240.3%3816
1/23/2018@ OKLAHOMA80-85L2L172.5U32-7145.1%351128-5749.1%4016
1/27/2018TEXAS A&M79-68W-9W146O30-6248.4%33928-6443.7%4014
1/29/2018@ KANSAS ST70-56W-1.5W147.5U21-4645.7%411621-6532.3%317
2/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST79-84L-12L151O28-6046.7%281132-6251.6%4116
2/10/2018@ BAYLOR64-80L-3L146.5U25-6339.7%311230-5356.6%3314
2/13/2018@ IOWA ST83-77W-6.5L153O30-6248.4%31729-5949.2%4012
2/17/2018W VIRGINIA77-69W-3.5W152.5U22-4746.8%30827-6144.3%3313
2/24/2018@ TEXAS TECH              
3/3/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
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.
KANSAS: Last season: 31-5, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G Frank Mason III, G Josh Jackson, F Carlton Bragg, F Landen Lucas, F Dwight Coleby
Who's back: G Devonte Graham is the leading returning scorer at 13.4 points per game last season; G Svi Mykhailiuk averaged 9.8 points and flirted with the NBA before returning for senior season; G Lagerald Vick averaged 7.4 points; F Udoka Azubuike missed most of his freshman season with a wrist injury.
Who's new: G Malik Newman was a top-10 recruit who transferred from Mississippi State and sat out last season; G Sam Cunliffe is a transfer from Arizona State who becomes eligible in December; F Billy Preston was a consensus five-star recruit from Oak Hill Academy; G Marcus Garret was a four-star prospect from Dallas.
The Skinny: Kansas lost the national player of the year in Mason and a lottery pick in Jackson and is still favored to win its 14th straight Big 12 title. The Jayhawks should have more size with Azubuike and Preston in the paint, while Graham is poised to take over for Mason as a potential player of the year. If the newcomers can contribute, including do-everything guard Newman, the Jayhawks could make a Final Four run.
No. 13 Kansas out for revenge against visiting No. 23 Oklahoma

LAWRENCE, Kan. -- The last time Kansas played Oklahoma, a firestorm was created both in the lane and at the free throw line.

Udoka Azubuike, the Jayhawks' sophomore center, was left to fend for himself underneath in the closing minutes. Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger instructed his team to foul the poor free throw shooter if he touched the ball. Kansas coach Bill Self left in his big man to let Azubuike solve the problem.

Some questioned the sportsmanship involved with the move by Kruger, but the strategy worked. Azubuike missed all but one of eight free throws, and the Sooners rallied for an 85-80 victory on Jan. 23.

The rematch is scheduled Monday in Allen Fieldhouse. After gaining a first-place tie with Texas Tech in the Big 12, the No. 13 Jayhawks (21-6, 10-4 Big 12) will play host to the No. 23 Sooners (16-10, 6-8).

If the clash goes down to the wire, Self may leave in Azubuike again. The 7-foot Nigerian made 7 of 10 free throws Saturday as Kansas capitalized on a 35-2 differential in foul shots and 26-1 scoring advantage from the line to beat West Virginia 77-69. Azubuike scored a team-high 21 points.

"I'm proud of him, period. He hung in there," Self said. "It would have been easy to get down. I know there have been some times where he didn't shoot 70 percent in practice (at the line) when we are rebounding for him, but his form is getting better."

No problems exist with Azubuike's touch when opponents let him shoot from the field. He leads the nation with a 76.9 shooting percentage, often off dunks, after going 7 of 8 against West Virginia. He is shooting 86 percent in his last six games. On free throws, he is 18 of 30 in the seven games since the loss at Oklahoma.

"I'm confident with my free throws, taking them one at a time," Azubuike said. "I'm just going to go out there and concentrate."

Kansas rides a four-game winning streak. A win against Oklahoma would set up a potential Big 12 title showdown at Texas Tech on Feb. 24. The Jayhawks are bidding for a 14th consecutive conference crown, which would break the major-college record they share with UCLA, which won the Pac-8/10 title 13 consecutive seasons from 1967-79.

The skid that threatens to sink Oklahoma continued Saturday with a 77-66 home loss to Texas. With their fifth straight defeat, the Sooners dropped into a three-way tie for sixth place in the Big 12.

The celebrated impact of Trae Young continues to lose some luster, though the freshman guard still leads the nation with averages of 29.1 points and 9.3 assists. During the Sooners' current losing streak, Young is just 10 of 51 from 3-point range.

"I'm getting guarded like nobody else in the country is being guarded, scouted on like nobody else," Young said. "It's a mystery coming out each and every game, trying to figure out how teams are going to guard me and how I'm going to dictate how my team wins."

The Sooners were ranked in the top five just a month ago, but their slump is hurting their NCAA Tournament credentials. Oklahoma has lost 16 straight at Kansas dating to a 1993 win in the Big Eight under Billy Tubbs.

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 9:36:51 PM EST

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