DALLAS Teams

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Texas hands Oklahoma fifth straight loss (0:45)
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Young's 26 can't prevent Oklahoma's fifth straight loss (0:35)
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Oklahoma's struggles continue against Texas (1:26)
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Bamba: 'We want to play in the tournament' (2:39)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma is not a bubble team yet. But following a fifth straight loss, Trae Young and the Sooners are watching their NCAA Tournament seed plummet.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Following an airball from deep, Oklahoma freshman Trae Young is just 1-of-15 from 3-point land over his last two games. With Young ice-cold, the Sooners are in trouble at home against Texas.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma freshman Trae Young's first field goal comes with just over 2 minutes to go in the first half. The Sooners have struggled offensively, but continue to hang with Texas thanks in part to Young's seven free throws.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield just walked in for the Oklahoma vs. Texas basketball game. He's now seated courtside, chatting with football coach Lincoln Riley.

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Bamba rejects Young at the rim (0:30)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

The Sooners are wearing "Jones" on the back of their warmup shirts, in honor of Texas player Andrew Jones, who has been battling leukemia. Big 12 opponents have been wearing similar warmups when they've played the Longhorns this season.

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Janmark finds net on beautiful wrister (0:28)
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Mitchell lobs near half-court alley-oop to Smith (0:15)
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Smith feeds Collins on alley-oop (0:19)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Rick Carlisle on Don Carter, the Mavericks' co-founder and original owner who died this week at the age of 84: "Visionary, philanthropist, father figure, gentleman, kind soul, reluctant icon and trusted friend. Of course, there are many other appropriate adjectives to describe this giant of a humble man who so positively impacted the lives of so many of us in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. For me, Don Carter became a close friend, trusted advisor and surrogate father over the past several years. Mr. Carter would text me after virtually every game with constant words of hope, fact and encouragement. Even after west coast games that ended far into the night Dallas time, he was a constant -- ‘Boys fought hard tonight.' ‘Referees weren't very good to us tonight.' ‘Couldn't see the game tonight, but looked like we were in it.' ‘Great overtime win for you and the boys congrats!' ‘I listened to the game tonight! We didn't come out on top, but Mavs fans saw some good basketball.' ‘Not bad for short-handed!' ‘Welcome home.' And on and on. Mr. Carter was the rarest of rare gems. The Carlisle family is eternally grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know Don and Linda Jo Carter. Our hearts go out to Linda and the entire Carter family during this most difficult time. It would be impossible to put into words how much we will miss him."

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ESPN Los Angeles ESPN 

Who is Brandon Ingram most excited to play with & against tonight in the Rising Stars Game?

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Rising Stars Challenge preview: Overlooked rookies to watch (2:18)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

After beating Ohio State by 23 last night, Penn State has cracked BPI's top 25. The Nittany Lions have a 33% chance to reach the NCAA tournament.