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KANSAS (10 - 4) at OKLAHOMA (8 - 4)
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Saturday, 1/23/2021 12:00 PM
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KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-4+0.76-76-775.937.444.5%39.868.135.841.6%32.7
Road Games4-3-0.34-34-377.037.146.2%37.372.739.043.7%31.7
Last 5 Games2-3-2.62-33-270.834.445.5%34.271.838.445.8%31.2
Conference Games4-3-0.34-34-370.133.744.7%35.968.736.343.0%32.6
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.937.427-6144.5%8-2237.0%13-1972.4%401114166134
vs opponents surrendering70.933.526-6042.9%8-2234.6%12-1868.8%36913176143
Team Stats (Road Games)77.037.127-5946.2%7-2037.2%15-2075.4%37914166144
Stats Against (All Games)68.135.825-6041.6%8-2334.0%10-1570.2%33811177133
vs opponents averaging7436.327-6044.5%7-2234.0%13-1968.7%37914177133
Stats Against (Road Games)72.739.026-6043.7%8-2334.2%12-1675.5%32813177143

OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-4-0.67-44-877.736.844.9%37.266.831.741.3%36.1
Home Games7-1+16-22-681.638.245.5%40.660.727.237.4%36.4
Last 5 Games3-2+14-11-470.632.442.0%35.661.227.841.4%38.8
Conference Games4-3+15-12-571.733.343.1%35.064.731.642.9%36.6
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.736.828-6344.9%8-2434.4%13-1776.6%37916148104
vs opponents surrendering7133.626-6043.4%7-2232.6%12-1770.8%35914177143
Team Stats (Home Games)81.638.229-6445.5%9-2537.4%13-1873.8%411016138114
Stats Against (All Games)66.831.725-6041.3%9-2336.8%9-1370.4%36811165143
vs opponents averaging74.135.827-6044.8%8-2235.4%13-1870.0%371015167144
Stats Against (Home Games)60.727.223-6037.4%7-2233.0%8-1268.7%3688165152
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS 82.7,  OKLAHOMA 80.4
KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2020N DAKOTA ST65-61W-24L136.5U24-6238.7%431121-5339.6%3213
12/17/2020@ TEXAS TECH58-57W3W135U19-4740.4%401620-6232.3%357
12/22/2020W VIRGINIA79-65W-1W138O28-6344.4%401126-6341.3%3711
1/5/2021@ TCU93-64W-6W138O35-6256.5%41824-5642.9%2010
1/12/2021@ OKLAHOMA ST70-75L-3.5L145.5U28-6245.2%351525-5545.5%2914
1/18/2021@ BAYLOR69-77L10.5W141.5O25-5248.1%231528-5253.8%2918
1/23/2021@ OKLAHOMA              
1/30/2021@ TENNESSEE              
2/2/2021KANSAS ST              
2/6/2021@ W VIRGINIA              
2/8/2021OKLAHOMA ST              
2/13/2021@ IOWA ST              

OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/6/2020@ TCU82-78W-4T136.5O28-5451.9%31928-6443.7%338
12/9/2020@ XAVIER77-99L-3.5L148O29-6048.3%281136-6357.1%3311
12/12/2020FLORIDA A&M85-54W-26.5W149U30-6546.2%42720-6331.7%4015
12/16/2020ORAL ROBERTS79-65W-16L160.5U27-6442.2%481422-6732.8%3711
12/19/2020HOUSTN BAPTIST84-65W-33.5L165U34-6949.3%401024-5742.1%2917
12/22/2020TEXAS TECH67-69L4.5W140.5U22-5440.7%361628-5749.1%2913
1/2/2021W VIRGINIA75-71W-1.5W144O27-6442.2%411324-6040.0%3614
1/6/2021@ BAYLOR61-76L14.5L146.5U22-6136.1%301028-5848.3%4113
1/9/2021@ KANSAS59-63L7W144.5U23-6038.3%32923-4748.9%3516
1/19/2021KANSAS ST76-50W-14W136U29-6346.0%33722-6136.1%4720
1/26/2021@ TEXAS              
2/1/2021@ TEXAS TECH              
2/6/2021IOWA ST              
2/13/2021@ W VIRGINIA              
No. 9 Kansas aims to end two-game skid vs. Oklahoma

Kansas isn't used to losing streaks, especially in Big 12 play.

The No. 9 Jayhawks enter Saturday's game at Oklahoma having lost back-to-back games for the first time in two seasons and two consecutive conference games for the first time since 2013.

Kansas coach Bill Self knows well the expectations that swirl around his program, but said he's not placing more pressure on his team than is necessary.

"Saturday's game's important," Self said. "(But) it's kind of crap. You lose two in a row and the sky's falling because there wasn't a home game in between that you could make sure that didn't happen."

The Jayhawks' were scheduled to host Iowa State between losses at Oklahoma State and Baylor, but the game against the Cyclones was postponed.

During this two-game stretch, Kansas sophomore Jalen Wilson has struggled offensively, scoring just four points in each of the losses, shooting a combined 4 of 14 and missing all six of his 3-point tries after being one of the Jayhawks' leading scorers early in the season, alongside Ochai Agbaji.

The Jayhawks (10-4, 4-3 Big 12) beat the Sooners 63-59 on Jan. 9, with the Sooners playing without Brady Manek and Jalen Hill, two of their forwards, due to COVID-19 protocols.

Manek, a senior, returned in Tuesday night's win over Kansas State, coming off the bench for 16 minutes, scoring six. Manek hadn't come off the bench since the end of his freshman year.

But though Manek is likely to come off the bench once again Saturday, Sooners coach Lon Kruger said his role figures to expand rapidly.

"My conditioning, I think, is coming back slowly," Manek said. "It's getting there and just ready to grind for the rest of the season."

Self has seen plenty of Manek, including Manek's freshman year when he hit a 3-pointer late to lift the Sooners (8-4, 4-3) to a home victory over Kansas.

"The first thing I think of is quick release," Self said of Manek. "How many guys that are 6-foot-9 have a quick release like that from the perimeter? That makes him extremely hard to guard. He needs no space to get it off."

In that first meeting, Oklahoma's offense largely ran through big man Kur Kuath, who has shown extended range over the last three games.

Self said there are plenty of lessons to be learned from that first meeting, where Kansas needed a couple big shots and stops in the final minute to pull off the victory, but there is a limit.

"I think we can still learn and hopefully we are learning from it on what worked, how we guarded them and what didn't work," Self said. "Now if (Manek) plays the five, we won't be able to guard it like that, but I do think we can learn some stuff from it."

While normally playing forward, Manek did see time in the middle in Tuesday's 76-50 win over Kansas State.

The Jayhawks have had just two three-game losing streaks in 18 seasons under Self. The Sooners beat Kansas in both 2013 and 2005 to extend the streak to three.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 3/1/2021 6:20:54 AM EST

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