• By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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INDIANAPOLIS — It was June. The NBA Finals were still going on, but the season had ended a little more than a month before for the Oklahoma City Thunder, who fell in the first round of the playoffs. Their shooting guard, Victor Oladipo, had spent much of his time since in Miami.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Sharpshooter Alex Abrines has started three consecutive games for the Oklahoma City Thunder with starters Paul George and Andre Roberson missing time with calf and ankle injuries, respectively.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NEW YORK — A tap on the shoulder and Baker Mayfield was escorted to another group of microphones and camera lenses. Another tap, another extended arm and open palm directing him to the next media portal.

  • By Ron Holt | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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James Vilade, Oklahoma State’s third-year assistant baseball coach, delayed starting his Keeper of the Game Foundation because of his commitment to a friend.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma 
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NEW YORK — Forty-five floors above Times Square, a celebration trickled through the night and barely stopped in time for Baker Mayfield’s next personal appearance.

  • By Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Austin Reaves caught a pass on the left wing and quickly fired up a slightly off-balanced shot from behind the arc briefly before the buzzer sounded.

  • By Jordan Bishop | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Following Friday’s win against No. 7 UCLA, Oklahoma State women’s basketball coach Jim Littell referred to himself as a businessman this week.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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NORMAN — Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson passed a polygraph test Wednesday related to the rape allegation made against him earlier this week, The Transcript confirmed.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma 
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NEW YORK — America’s largest labyrinth welcomed Baker Mayfield back with its first authentic chill this season. Temperatures slipped into the 30s Friday night, and forecasts hinted at light snow soon.

  • By John McKelvey | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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LOS ANGELES — As the buzzer sounded, Oklahoma freshman guard Trae Young waved goodbye to the USC crowd, but behind the confident facade, he had to breathing a sigh of relief.

  • Bruce Campbell | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Twenty-six teams including the host Plainsmen are in the field which begins at 11 a.m. today and 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Central National Bank Center. It’s expected to bring in more than 1,000 wrestlers, fans and coaches to town.

  • By Dave Ruthenberg | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

We’ve now had a few days to digest the anointed Final Four as determined by the College Football Playoff Committee. As it has every year since its unfortunate inception, the committee lived down to expectations.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder have one more home game than road game this season. That’s because their next one will be played at a neutral site, Mexico City, where they’ll take on the Brooklyn Nets in what is technically a home game for Brooklyn, though the crowd will likely lean more OKC's way. 

  • Dave Ruthenberg | Enid News & Eagle

And as a long as the Democratic party and its accolades continue in their unhinged, manic pursuit to tear down the Donald Trump presidency, you have reason to continue to smile ...

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

A protective order filed against Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson on Monday includes a rape allegation, according to a Cleveland County court petition.The alleged incident, which Anderson denies and his attorney called “patently false,” is being investigated by Norman police as rape by instrumentation.

  • By Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN — Once again, Oklahoma women’s basketball frustrates. Also, for the first time in three seasons and one of the few times over the last 18, it threatens to keep the Sooners out of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1999.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Heading into this weekend, Carmelo Anthony had never scored in single digits for back-to-back games. He had never attempted 10-or-fewer shots in consecutive ones, either.