• By Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Jon Littell signed with his hometown university four years ago as a highly-touted prospect out of Stillwater High who was selected late in the 2014 MLB Draft.

  • By Jordan Bishop | CNHI News Oklahoma
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When Vanessa Shippy found out she was the first Oklahoma State softball player to be named National player of the Week since 2010, she was pleasantly surprised.

  • By Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

LeBron James, for whom it’s not enough to be the world’s best basketball player, a fact his forays into coaching and general managing attest, says Trae Young should go pro as certainly as he brushes his teeth in the morning.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Steven Adams has played 365 games in his career, and he's never made a 3-pointer. Yet, he may be the reason for the drop in the Thunder's behind-the-arc production come the second half of Wednesday's 121-114 victory in Memphis.

  • By Jordan Bishop | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Whether it was under the rim, in the paint or in 3-point territory, the Oklahoma State women’s basketball team couldn’t make a shot Tuesday night.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma 

NORMAN — ESPN’s NCAA women’s tournament expert Charlie Creme currently projects four tourney teams from the Big 12: Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma State and West Virginia.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook (sprained left ankle) and Carmelo Anthony (sprained right ankle) returned to Oklahoma City Thunder practice Monday. It was the first time they had participated in a practice since turning their ankles during a Feb. 6 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook (left ankle sprain) and Carmelo Anthony (right ankle sprain) each missed a second consecutive game Sunday when the Oklahoma City Thunder took on the Memphis Grizzlies.

  • By Clay Horning CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Second-year Oklahoma wrestling coach Lou Rosselli is trying to rebuild a program. Sunday afternoon at Gallagher-Iba Arena, Rosselli and his Sooners received an up-close look at the space between here and there.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | Sports Editor

This past Wednesday was national signing day. Over the years, signing day, and its excruciating lead-up, has become a cottage industry unto itself as outlets like Rivals, Scout, 247sports and every blogger with a college football poster in his bedroom becoming a recruiting expert.

  • By Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

For the second-straight Saturday, the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team showed it enjoys playing in hostile arenas.

  • Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

LOS ANGELES — Paul George’s sarcasm can be unrecognizable. George’s deadpan has confused rooms before. That wasn’t the case after the Los Angeles Lakers trounced his Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday.

  • Jordan Bishop | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Vanessa Shippy remembers the first time she put on the Oklahoma State orange and black uniforms; it doesn’t feel that long ago to the senior.

  • Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma 

NORMAN — When Bob Bunton was in Texas during the first week of January watching his star defensive tackle Michael Thompson play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, it seemed clear which colleges were in the hunt for Thompson’s services.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

ENID, Okla. — Marlo Hughes, one of six Plainsmen athletes recognized Wednesday at the Enid High School food court on national signing day that are going on to college to continue their athletic careers, had a special message.