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Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State

The Oklahoma Sooners will take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the Big 12 Tournament basketball showdown on Wednesday, start time at 7:00 PM ET, at Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO. Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State live stream ison WatchESPN. Oklahoma State vs Oklahoma tv channel schedule is on ESPNU.

The Oklahoma Sooners (18-12) have won two of their last three regular season games including an 81-60 victory over Iowa State.

On the season, Oklahoma basketball averages 86.0 points, 38.6 rebounds and 15.2 assists per game. Defensively, Oklahoma basketball yields 82.0 points per game against the opposing teams.

Four players are averaging at least 8.0 points per game for Oklahoma, they are Trae Young (27.5), Christian James (12.5), Brady Manek (10.4) and Kameron McGusty (8.0). Khadeem Lattin tops in rebounds with 6.0 while Young leads in assists with 8.9 per game.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys (18-13) have won three of their last four games including an 82-64 victory over Kansas.

On the season, Oklahoma State basketball averages 76.9 points, 36.6 rebounds and 14.4 assists per game. Defensively, Oklahoma State yields 73.2 points per game against the opposing teams.

Six players are averaging at least 8.3 points per game for Oklahoma State, they are Jeffrey Carroll (15.1), Kendall Smith (12.9), Tavarius Shine (10.0), Lindy Waters III (8.9), Cameron McGriff (8.4) and Mitchell Solomon (8.3). Solomon leads in rebounds with 6.4 while Smith tops in assists with 3.0 per game.

Prior to the season, the Rockets and Thunder were both seen as legitimate contenders to challenge the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference.

Oklahoma City had acquired All-Stars Paul George and Carmelo Anthony while Houston had paired James Harden with Chris Paul.

The latter have certainly played their part while the Thunder have struggled to make their All-Star line-up work at times.

Russell Westbrook continues to be the heartbeat of Oklahoma City but he has had to share the responsibility with George and Anthony which has worked brilliantly on occasions but equally frustrated fans.

Andre Roberson’s injury has clearly had a huge effect on their defensive unit and as a result they only have a 1.5 game cushion in the playoff places.