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Oklahoma State holds on for upset of No. 6 Kansas – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-01-12 22:40:25 –

Cade Cunningham scored 18 points and scored a key block leading to a basket to win the match on Tuesday as Oklahoma State University confused the 6th Kansas 75-70 in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The acclaimed freshman Cunningham, who shot just three Saturdays with a victory in Kansas, has won his fifth home match in the last eight home matches in Oklahoma (9-3, 3-3 Big 12). When I put it in, I found his shoot touch. Kansas.

The Jayhawks (10-3, 4-2) used a 21-2 blitzkrieg to climb to 70-67 and roar with 1:20 left in the jumper on the lane from David McCormack. did. Points and 12 rebounds.

The Cowboys made a tie with three pointers from Isaac Lucere, with 1:02 remaining. Cunningham’s block then led to Rondelwalker’s runout, which turned a three-point play into a 73-70 lead with 38 seconds remaining.

Ochaiag Baj is the Jayhawks’ last possession of two 3s before Bryce Williams steals an inbound pass and competes for floor length for the end-of-game dunk, the last of the Cowboys’ 37 fast break points. I missed the point attempt.

Kansas managed only 8 points on the fast break.

Garrett scored six of the last eight points in a major game in the second half of the Jayhawks, with a keyed defense stop, and the Jayhawks consistently from zone defense, including five turnovers during the run. And got out.

The turmoil ended the record-breaking Jayhawks win in the 11th consecutive Big 12 Roadwin, which was Kansas’ first established mark in 2001-03.

Williams scored 17 points and Avery Anderson III added 14 to the Cowboys. Walker had 8 points and 10 rebounds.

Kansas was rarely deeply connected with 5 out of 21 people, including 4 out of 9 in Agbazi who scored 14 points.

Oklahoma led 16 players in the first half, hitting 56% of the shots and scoring a half-time margin of 46-35. Cunningham scored 14 points in the first half, with Anderson and Williams adding 10 points each.

McCormack scored 12 points in the first half at the pace of Kansas, and Kansas finished with 5 points unanswered before the break.

-Field level media

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