WILBURTON — Not much was stopping Elisha Hobbs in the first half Saturday.
WILBURTON — Eastern Oklahoma State College pulled off a wire-to-wire win in its first game in a week on Saturday.
Red Oak has won two games by a combined margin of five, but also has zero losses.
Five local teams can call themselves undefeated after the first two weeks of the season.
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DEWAR — Canadian’s season has come to an end in the first round of the playoffs for the third year in a row.
New head McAlester wrestling coach Josh Cunningham did not mince words about how he thinks his team will do this year.
Canadian found itself back in the playoffs after a 38-18 win Nov. 2 against Maud.
Oklahoma’s defensive players and staff have taken comfort in important stops, such as thwarting critical two-point conversions the past two games and forcing a fumble with Oklahoma State driving in Saturday’s fourth quarter.
NORMAN – X Flow River Arrow. One play away.
They play these games.
Curtis Bolton mentioned a laundry list of ways Oklahoma’s defense can improve moving forward, ranging from general to specific.
Oklahoma is headed to Texas, and it's no secret why.
Oklahoma’s long run of victories over Oklahoma State isn’t an easy thing for Lincoln Riley to sum up, since he’s been OU’s head coach for exactly one Bedlam game and a coordinator for just two others.
LUBBOCK, Texas — As relieved as Lincoln Riley was to be sitting beneath AT&T Jones Stadium with a victory in hand, Oklahoma’s head coach didn’t ignore the obvious warts.
Kristian Doolittle referred to them as “cliques.”
NORMAN — In transition, Oklahoma guard Miles Reynolds put his head down and went to the basket, brushing aside Pittsburg State guard Marchel Cherry for a layup.
Being physical wasn’t something that described the Oklahoma defense for the first six weeks of the season.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Looking for their seventh straight win Thursday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the Thunder did not play particularly fast nor particularly well, at least not in the way they tend to play well.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Carmelo Antony returned to Chesapeake Energy Arena Thursday night and made his first entry into the game with 7:19 remaining of a game the Thunder would eventually win 98-80.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Off to the side in the Thunder locker room Monday, a couple reporters were asking Raymond Felton questions.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Though the future implications of what happened with 4:25 remaining in the third quarter are not entirely known, it appeared awful in the moment Monday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
The new uniforms will be worn by the Thunder for the first time when the New York Knicks visit Chesapeake Energy Arena on Nov. 14.
Given the way the Thunder began the season, imagine how much better two wins would feel than one. Twice as good, at least.
Russell Westbrook believes everything’s going to be all right.
Russell Westbrook giveth and Russell Westbrook taketh away.
Steven Adams entered Thursday’s 101-95 Thunder loss to the Boston Celtics averaging 14.7 points and 14.3 rebounds.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Maybe it will be different if the Thunder lose three more, yet entering the season’s fourth game against Boston tonight at Chesapeake Energy Arena, coach Billy Donovan couldn’t have been more business as usual following Wednesday’s practice.
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