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Wednesday 2/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




TEXAS TECH (22 - 5) at OKLAHOMA ST (15 - 12)
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Wednesday, 2/21/2018 7:00 PM
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715TEXAS TECH-3.5-3.5
716OKLAHOMA ST140140.5
TEXAS TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-5+6.813-109-1476.036.146.7%36.162.528.239.1%31.7
Road Games6-5-0.16-54-770.534.443.6%35.466.130.041.7%33.1
Last 5 Games4-1+2.34-12-374.036.246.8%33.262.631.039.5%33.8
Conference Games10-4+3.87-75-971.534.044.5%34.765.830.241.9%31.6
TEXAS TECH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.036.127-5746.7%7-1935.5%16-2370.5%36914188134
vs opponents surrendering72.834.426-5943.6%8-2334.4%13-1971.4%35914186143
Team Stats (Road Games)70.534.425-5743.6%7-2032.4%14-1975.5%35913207134
Stats Against (All Games)62.528.221-5439.1%6-2130.8%14-2069.3%32810216163
vs opponents averaging75.936.427-6044.9%8-2335.2%14-2072.1%36914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)66.130.022-5241.7%6-1929.9%17-2371.5%33812186154

OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-12+5.510-149-1577.036.643.8%36.774.032.544.0%35.4
Home Games11-5-25-83-1079.437.445.6%36.970.230.741.4%36.2
Last 5 Games2-3+7.52-34-174.033.642.6%34.680.637.452.2%30.6
Conference Games5-9+4.55-99-575.734.643.6%35.181.835.147.4%35.9
OKLAHOMA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.036.627-6243.8%8-2433.5%15-2076.2%371114207134
vs opponents surrendering73.534.626-5943.7%8-2335.3%14-1971.5%35914196134
Team Stats (Home Games)79.437.428-6245.6%8-2434.8%15-1976.8%371016197134
Stats Against (All Games)74.032.525-5844.0%7-2036.7%16-2273.5%35914196153
vs opponents averaging76.836.627-6045.4%8-2235.6%14-2071.0%371015186134
Stats Against (Home Games)70.230.724-5841.4%7-1934.1%16-2175.7%36912186162
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS TECH 79.9,  OKLAHOMA ST 80.3
TEXAS TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/2/2018@ KANSAS85-73W7.5W147.5O29-6743.3%441025-5545.5%2915
1/6/2018KANSAS ST74-58W-9.5W139.5U24-4158.5%291520-4247.6%1916
1/9/2018@ OKLAHOMA65-75L2.5L162.5U25-6737.3%441525-6141.0%3710
1/13/2018W VIRGINIA72-71W-4.5L144U22-4450.0%271323-5939.0%3113
1/17/2018@ TEXAS58-67L-3.5L128.5U21-5538.2%311023-4551.1%3315
1/20/2018@ IOWA ST52-70L-7.5L142U20-5933.9%381527-5747.4%3411
1/23/2018OKLAHOMA ST75-70W-9.5L141O22-5242.3%311525-5446.3%3120
1/27/2018@ S CAROLINA70-63W-3W132.5O20-4742.6%281519-5137.3%3216
2/3/2018@ TCU83-71W3.5W146O28-5550.9%271125-5149.0%3117
2/7/2018IOWA ST76-58W-14W141U29-5949.2%32922-5738.6%3815
2/10/2018@ KANSAS ST66-47W-1.5W134U24-5345.3%361213-4528.9%3418
2/17/2018@ BAYLOR57-59L-1L132.5U20-5139.2%381818-5433.3%3412
2/21/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/26/2018@ W VIRGINIA              

OKLAHOMA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2018@ OKLAHOMA89-109L9.5L165O35-8043.7%401135-6454.7%4312
1/6/2018IOWA ST96-87W-8W152O33-7146.5%441328-6940.6%4215
1/10/2018@ KANSAS ST82-86L3L144O28-6245.2%371126-5250.0%288
1/15/2018@ BAYLOR60-76L4.5L145.5U21-5240.4%311429-6445.3%368
1/23/2018@ TEXAS TECH70-75L9.5W141O25-5446.3%312022-5242.3%3115
1/27/2018@ ARKANSAS65-66L7W156U20-5238.5%391624-6139.3%349
2/3/2018@ KANSAS84-79W12W151O32-6251.6%411628-6046.7%2811
2/10/2018@ W VIRGINIA88-85W12.5W150O24-5246.2%311328-5451.9%2812
2/14/2018KANSAS ST72-82L-4L144O27-6541.5%391228-5154.9%288
2/17/2018@ TCU70-90L7L152.5O22-6036.7%321031-5754.4%3610
2/21/2018TEXAS TECH              
2/24/2018@ TEXAS              
2/27/2018@ IOWA ST              
TEXAS TECH: Last season: 18-14.
Who's gone: F Anthony Livingston; F Aaron Ross; G Devon Thomas; F Matthew Temple; F Thomas Brandsma.
Who's back: G Keenan Evans, the team's top scorer at 15.4 points per game while shooting 43 percent on 3-pointers; F Zach Smith, who averaged 12.1 points and team-best 7.2 rebounds; F Justin Gray, who shot 53 percent from the field; G Niem Stevenson.
Who's new: Most of the team with 11 newcomers. Seven are true freshmen along with junior college transfer guards Josh Webster and Hyron Edwards, and two Division I transfers, Tommy Hamilton IV from DePaul and Brandone Francis from Florida.
The Skinny: With five seniors and seven freshmen, Beard was spot-on when he said the team's "chemistry is a work in progress." When the former Red Raiders assistant returned to Texas Tech last year as head coach, he brought in three graduate transfers among six new players. Whether the Raiders can get back to their second NCAA Tournament in 11 seasons will depend on how the seasoned seniors and the youngsters come together on the court.
OKLAHOMA ST: Last season: 20-13, lost in first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: G Jawun Evans. He was one of the nation's best point guards last season, averaging 19.2 points and 6.4 assists per game before leaving early for the NBA; G Phil Forte, who averaged 13.3 points per game and was one of the best 3-point shooters in school history; F Leyton Hammonds, who started 32 of Oklahoma State's 33 games last season.
Who's back: F Jeffrey Carroll. He considered leaving for the NBA after his junior season but chose to stay put. He averaged 17.5 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season and has been named preseason All-Big 12; G Lindy Waters III, who shot 44 percent from 3-point range as a freshman; C Mitchell Solomon, a steady senior who started 22 games last season; G Brandon Averette; G/F Davon Dillard.
Who's new: G Zack Dawson, a four-star recruit who averaged 26.5 points and 8.0 rebounds as a senior at South Miami High School; F/C Yankuba Sima, a junior transfer from St. John's who is expected to be eligible after the fall semester.
The Skinny: The Cowboys have distractions aplenty, with the bribery scandal already leading to assistant coach Lamont Evans' dismissal. Add the loss of Evans and the fact that new coach Mike Boynton faces so many issues beyond basketball, and it could be a rough season for the Cowboys.
Texas Tech hoping Evans available against Oklahoma State

Texas Tech has found itself in a new position several times this season.

For example, the Red Raiders had a one-game lead over second-place Kansas in the Big 12 last week before the Jayhawks came from behind to defeat West Virginia and Texas Tech lost to Baylor on Saturday. But Chris Beard's Red Raiders are still just a half game back of Kansas going into their Wednesday night game at Oklahoma State.

Texas Tech also moved up to a school-record No. 6 national ranking on Monday despite dropping the contest at Baylor over the weekend.

But there is one more possible scenario that could hurt the Red Raiders this week. Leading scorer Keenan Evans suffered an injury to his right foot versus Baylor and sat out the entire second half.

Texas Tech already lost 6-foot-8 forward Zach Smith to a broken bone in his foot in January, now it will potentially have to forge ahead with two of its best players out of action.

However, Beard isn't conceding that Evans won't play in Stillwater, Okla., on Wednesday.

"We all know Keenan is a warrior and he's going to do everything he possibly can to play, which I have nothing but confidence," Beard said during media availability on Monday. "We've got to eventually get him to a point where he's comfortable to play in pain."

Evans' status is listed as day-to-day, and whether Evans plays or not, Texas Tech (22-5, 10-4 Big 12) will face the same narrative against Oklahoma State that it did at Baylor on Saturday. The Red Raiders are trying to stay in the hunt for the Big 12 regular-season championship while they play teams that are desperate for victories to impress the NCAA Tournament selection committee.

Oklahoma State (15-12, 5-9) has lost six of its last eight games, including losses in both contests last week by double digits. But it might not be too late considering the Cowboys' two wins in the last month were against No. 7 Kansas and No. 19 West Virginia.

"I'm really still excited about what this team can do over the next two weeks," Oklahoma State coach Mike Boynton said on Monday. "We've probably, in a lot of people's minds, already overachieved."

Boynton said most of his team's shortcomings can be fixed, especially its struggles on the defensive end.

Oklahoma State gave up an average of 86 points per game in losses to Kansas State and TCU last week.

"We can't be who we need to be to have success when we don't guard, and our defense has been pretty poor for some time now," Boynton said. "We've got a four-game season to get that corrected before whatever happens postseason-wise."

Texas Tech senior forward Justin Gray had one of his best offensive games of the season on Saturday when fellow senior Evans was on the bench with the foot injury. Gray finished with 13 points on 4-of-5 shooting in the 59-57 loss to Baylor.

Like his coach, Gray refused to concede that Evans would not Oklahoma State nor did he express concern about the Red Raiders' offensive production.

Gray merely stated that he and his teammates will have to match the Cowboys' intensity on their home floor.

"We're going to expect their best shot," Gray said. "We're in a position now that we have a target on our back being one of the top teams. So every game we have left this season, we're expecting the other team's best shot."

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 2:26:06 PM EST

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