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2017 Schedule
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2hAdam Rittenberg

Big 12 expansion candidates 'disappointed'

Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby says expansion candidates were disappointed by league's decision to remain at 10 members.

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Sooners have big shoes to fill

Buddy Hield is in the NBA and that leaves a gaping hole on the Sooners' roster. Oklahoma does have some experience coming back, but there are plenty of minutes (and points) to replace. Least experienced teams (Insider)

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4dDick Vitale

Duke, Kentucky lead Vitale's top 40

College basketball is just around the corner, and Dickie V has his eye on 40 of the country's best teams. Who comes after the Blue Devils and Wildcats?

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Big 12 Preseason Poll: 1.  Kansas got all 9 first-place votes, then it gets interesting. 2.  West Virginia 3. Texas 4. Iowa State 5. Baylor 6. Oklahoma T7. Oklahoma State T7. Texas Tech 9, Kansas State 10. TCU. I'm a bit worried about Texas' point guard situation and have them lower.

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23dEamonn Brennan

Where does Oklahoma go from here?

After a methodical five-year rise to college hoops relevance and beyond, Oklahoma is likely to level off -- but don't count the Sooners out.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star point guard Trae Young says he won't sign during the early period. "Just want to be able to watch these teams play and see how these teams play, as well as see who will be there when I get on campus."

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31dAndy Katz

UNC, Duke among 16 teams set for Nike tourney

Sixteen schools, including Duke, North Carolina and Michigan State, will participate in a Thanksgiving week event in Portland to honor Nike founder Phil Knight's 80th birthday.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Official visit schedule for five-star PG Trae Young: Oklahoma: Sept. 16 Texas Tech: Sept. 29 Kentucky: Oct. 14 Kansas: Oct. 21 Washington & OK State: TBD Young is No. 15 in the ESPN 100 and the No. 2 point guard.

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Can Hield be NBA's rookie of the year?

Kevin Pelton writes that Buddy Hield could be one of the league's standout newcomers though the Pelicans added multiple guards during the offseason. Top rookie of the year contenders (Insider)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star point guard Trae Young has announced his six finalists: Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky, Washington, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech.

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ICYMI: Buddy Hield wins an ESPY

Oklahoma's Wooden Award winner added more hardware to his trophy case on Wednesday night. He took home the ESPY for best male college athlete. Award winners

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100dJeff Goodman

Big 12 stability: Would Bill Self jump to NBA?

Bill Self has had a great run in Kansas. Would he ever bolt for the NBA? Don't be surprised. Our Big 12 coach stability rankings wonder who else might leave or be pushed.

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Vote: Best male college athlete

Buddy Hield led Oklahoma to its first Final Four appearance in 14 years. Hield averaged 25 points per game en route to the Wooden Award. He was drafted by the Pelicans with the No. 6 pick. ESPYS: Vote now!

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

CBB bracket according to coaches in field: Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Nov. 17, 18,20): Arizona State-Northern Iowa and Tulane-Oklahoma on one side of bracket; Clemson-Davidson and Xavier-Missouri on the other.

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Porter likely Seattle bound

Michael Porter Jr. cut his list back in May, with Washington, Indiana, Oklahoma, Missouri and Virginia still in contention. But all signs point to Porter ending up at Washington. Post-Peach Jam updates (Insider)

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Trae Young turned heads at Peach Jam

With John Calipari in attendance, ESPN's No. 2 point guard was among the top performers at the Peach Jam. The Norman, Okla. native is strongly considering the Wildcats and hometown Sooners. Peach Jam (Insider)

Mokan Elite runs away with Peach Jam title (1:57)
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Watch: Peach Jam championship game

PF Mohamed Bomba (No. 3 overall, ESPN 100) and PG Quade Green (No. 22) take on SF Michael Porter Jr. (No. 4) and PG Trae Young (No. 21) in front of the nation's top college coaches. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Buddy Hield's goals for his rookie season (1:37)

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.0
Rebounds Per Game35.2
Assists Per Game14.4
Points Allowed75.0Tied-73rd

Tournament History

Final Fours5
Tournament Record41-30
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances30