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Lard rejoins Cyclones after time in wellness center

Iowa State coach Steve Prohm has welcomed forward Cameron Lard back to the Cyclones after Lard enrolled at a wellness center in June. Lard had a drug paraphernalia charge dismissed during a pretrial hearing in April.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Attendance dipped at the Big 12 tournament this week, in large part, commissioner Bob Bowlsby said, because of Iowa State's 10th-place finish in the league and exit from the bracket on Wednesday night. "I don't consider this a trend," Bowlsby said. He praised the job done by Kansas City. "The energy and atmosphere that we have here is really special."

Texas advances in Big 12 tourney with win over Iowa St. (0:38)
Osetkowski says Texas is taking it one game at a time (0:55)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The Big 12 will not get all 10 teams in the NCAA tournament. Iowa State's season is over at 13-18 after a 68-64 loss to Texas. The Longhorns got 20 points from Dylan Osetkowski and advance to face second-seeded Texas Tech on Thursday.

Coleman sinks pull-up jumper late for Texas (0:22)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas guard Kerwin Roach just lost a tooth. Teammate Matt Coleman picked it up off the floor. Roach is out for now.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Mo Bamba is in good spirits and going through warmups for Texas ahead of its Big 12 tournament opener. He's wearing pants, not shorts, like most of the other Longhorns, and out of the starting lineup. Definitely looks questionable against Iowa State tonight.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Officially, Texas freshman center Mo Bamba is out of the starting lineup again tonight as the Longhorns face Iowa State in the late game on opening day at the Big 12 tournament. Bamba missed the final two games of the regular season with a foot injury. He has not been ruled out to play against the Cyclones.

Oklahoma uses big second half to down Cyclones (1:18)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

In what could wind up being Trae Young's final home game at Oklahoma, the previously reeling Sooners (1-7 in February) avoided total calamity, likely punching a ticket to the NCAA Tournament with a Friday night victory over Iowa State. Even so, Young's late-season shooting struggles continued, as he went just 5-of-19 from the floor, including 1-of-9 from 3-point range. Next up for Young and the Sooners is the Big 12 Tournament, where they'll attempt to rediscover the early-season groove that made Young the national player of the year frontrunner before going dancing.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

With its NCAA Tournament hopes on the line, Oklahoma is in yet another struggle, this time at home against Iowa State, the last-place team in the Big 12 standings. Freshman Trae Young is 1-of-6 shooting late in the first half in what could be his final game in Norman.

Oklahoma player tips in shot in without looking (0:18)
Konate, Lual-Acuil shine in Big 12 action (0:47)

Team Stats

Points Per Game72.8202nd
Rebounds Per Game36.7104th
Assists Per Game13.6Tied-168th
Points Allowed75.5259th

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Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record19-19
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances19