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Tuesday 2/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




OKLAHOMA (16 - 8) at TEXAS TECH (21 - 4)
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Tuesday, 2/13/2018 7:00 PM
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546TEXAS TECH-8.5-8
OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-8+0.38-1514-888.844.547.8%39.982.040.143.7%37.6
Road Games5-7-43-97-482.140.943.7%39.783.740.644.8%38.2
Last 5 Games1-4-5.40-52-279.640.446.4%37.283.643.447.0%34.4
Conference Games6-6-2.74-85-684.339.845.7%40.084.742.244.8%37.8
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)88.844.531-6547.8%10-2738.0%16-2275.9%40916177145
vs opponents surrendering71.933.525-5842.9%8-2234.8%14-2071.2%35913196143
Team Stats (Road Games)82.140.929-6643.7%9-2731.2%16-2176.4%401115187155
Stats Against (All Games)82.040.130-6943.7%9-2635.9%12-1771.0%381015187134
vs opponents averaging7736.927-6045.7%8-2235.8%14-2071.4%371015186134
Stats Against (Road Games)83.740.630-6644.8%8-2337.1%16-2174.3%381016187135

TEXAS TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-4+712-98-1376.236.446.9%
Home Games15-0+66-54-779.237.548.9%36.958.926.336.9%30.7
Last 5 Games5-0+4.44-13-273.636.046.2%
Conference Games9-3+46-64-871.334.144.5%34.665.329.242.2%31.4
TEXAS TECH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.236.427-5746.9%7-1935.1%16-2370.4%36914188134
vs opponents surrendering72.334.226-5943.5%8-2234.2%13-1971.3%36914186143
Team Stats (Home Games)79.237.528-5648.9%7-1836.6%17-2668.0%37915169134
Stats Against (All Games)62.027.621-5339.1%7-2131.0%14-2068.9%3289216173
vs opponents averaging75.536.327-6044.7%8-2335.1%14-2071.7%36914187134
Stats Against (Home Games)58.926.320-5436.9%7-2231.4%12-1866.5%3178236173
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA 82.9,  TEXAS TECH 79.5
OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017@ TCU90-89W2W171O29-6246.8%401230-7440.5%468
1/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST109-89W-9.5W165O35-6454.7%431235-8043.7%4011
1/6/2018@ W VIRGINIA76-89L5.5L174U25-5843.1%371732-7045.7%3811
1/9/2018TEXAS TECH75-65W-2.5W162.5U25-6141.0%371025-6737.3%4415
1/16/2018@ KANSAS ST69-87L-2L164U26-6241.9%372035-6256.5%2612
1/20/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST81-83L-2L167U28-8234.1%571433-8240.2%5012
1/27/2018@ ALABAMA73-80L0L159.5U29-7140.8%381330-5455.6%3717
2/3/2018@ TEXAS74-79L3L153P32-6251.6%371725-5545.5%2513
2/5/2018W VIRGINIA73-75L-4L166.5U25-5644.6%361530-7142.3%3811
2/10/2018@ IOWA ST80-88L-6L161.5O27-6342.9%401730-6546.2%3810
2/13/2018@ TEXAS TECH              
2/19/2018@ KANSAS              
2/24/2018KANSAS ST              
2/27/2018@ BAYLOR              
3/2/2018IOWA ST              

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@ BAYLOR              
2/21/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/26/2018@ W VIRGINIA              
OKLAHOMA: Last season: 11-20
Who's gone: G Jordan Woodard. He was the team's leading scorer with 14.6 points per game in an injury-shortened senior campaign.
Who's back: G Kameron McGusty. He was the team's No. 2 scorer last season as a freshman; G Rashard Odomes, who averaged 10.1 points last season as a sophomore; F Khristian Doolittle, who was one of Oklahoma's best players in league play but is suspended for the fall semester; C Khadeem Lattin, a senior holdover from the team that reached the Final Four two years ago.
Who's new: G Trae Young. A McDonald's All-American who opted to stay in his hometown of Norman. He averaged 42.6 points per game as a senior at Norman North High School; F Brady Manek, who was a standout during Oklahoma's foreign tour this summer; C Hannes Polla, a freshman from Finland.
The Skinny: Oklahoma reached the Final Four two years ago with Buddy Hield, then rebuilt with young, talented players last season. The players who scraped and clawed through the Big 12 last season now have an elite point guard in Young to tie it all together. The Sooners should be exciting to watch and much improved. A return to the NCAA Tournament is a legitimate goal.
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.
No. 7 Texas Tech aims to keep momentum vs. No. 23 Oklahoma

All season long, No. 7 Texas Tech and No. 23 Oklahoma have been shining examples of two different ways to win games and gain national attention.

Sooners star freshman point guard Trae Young erupted onto the scene during November and December by posting gaudy stats in the points and assists columns. He's already posted 43 or more points on four occasions and has dished out double-digit assists 11 times.

However, as Oklahoma (16-8, 6-6 Big 12) travels to play Texas Tech on Tuesday night, the Sooners' momentum has faded while the Red Raiders (21-4, 9-3) are gaining strength.

Texas Tech has used stifling half-court defense, boosted by its depth, to augment its motion offense. The Red Raiders shoot just 35 percent from 3-point range and rank next-to-last in the Big 12 in scoring offense but lead the conference in scoring margin.

Those things fuel Texas Tech coach Chris Beard's identity as an ordinary working man who talks about his love for burgers and barbecue more than his team ascent to the top 10 in the nation.

"The message from us is it's one game at a time," Beard said after the Red Raiders 66-47 at Kansas State on Saturday. "It's the Big 12. I've said it before: prince today, frog tomorrow. A two-game winning streak in this league gets you right back where you're in the fight. A two-game losing feels like your life's over. We've experienced both."

Following Oklahoma's 88-80 loss at Iowa State on Saturday, Sooners coach Lon Kruger was craving a little more grit and defense from his team.

"We've got to do a better job," Kruger said. "We've got to commit more to (the defensive side). We've got to be more genuine about getting stops. Haven't quite turned that corner. Certainly, a lot of improvement to make."

The Oklahoma versus Texas Tech matchup might be seen to some as a battle between the top two candidates for the Big 12 Player of the Year -- the Sooners' Young pitted against Red Raider point guard Keenan Evans.

However, that contest might have already been mostly decided, depending on how one looks at the qualifications.

Young leads NCAA Division I with 29.5 points and 9.4 assists per game.

Evans doesn't have those kinds of stats.

Despite producing 38 in an overtime win over Texas, the Texas Tech point guard averages 18.4 points and 3.5 assists.

But Evans' Red Raiders have won six straight and lead the Big 12, while Young's Sooners have lost six of their last eight.

And that points out the difference in priorities when Texas Tech hosts Oklahoma. The Red Raiders are trying to stay undefeated this season at home, which would allow them to remain at the front of the pack in the Big 12. Oklahoma, meanwhile, is just trying to stop its current slide.

"You've just got to take what we've done good and try to stress that and continue to do that," Young said following the Iowa State game. "We've had good stretches where we've played good basketball. So we've just got to get back to it."

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