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Three-minute preview: Oklahoma State men’s basketball at Kansas

Oklahoma State’s Jeff Newberry (left) congratualted Leyton Hammonds on his three-point basket against TCU in a game earlier this month.
Oklahoma State’s Jeff Newberry (left) congratualted Leyton Hammonds on his three-point basket against TCU in a game earlier this month. The Associated Press

Oklahoma State at No. 6 Kansas

 

 

P

No.

Kansas

Ht.

Yr.

PPG

F

33

Landen Lucas

6-10

Jr.

4.7

F

34

Perry Ellis

6-8

Sr.

16.6

G

1

Wayne Selden Jr.

6-5

Jr.

14.0

G

4

Devonte’ Graham

6-2

So.

11.3

G

0

Frank Mason III

5-11

Jr.

13.1

P

No.

Oklahoma State

Ht.

Yr.

PPG

F

41

Mitchell Solomon

6-9

So.

3.6

F

23

Leyton Hammonds

6-7

Jr.

10.6

G

2

Tyree Griffin

5-10

So.

5.0

G

22

Jeff Newberry

6-2

Sr.

10.6

G

30

Jeffrey Carroll

6-6

So.

8.4

▪ WHEN/WHERE: 8 p.m. Monday at Allen Fieldhouse.

▪ TV/RADIO: ESPN; KCSP (610 AM)

▪ ABOUT KANSAS (21-4, 9-3 Big 12): The Jayhawks are coming off a 76-72 victory at Oklahoma that kept them in a first-place tie in the Big 12 with West Virginia. Devonte’ Graham scored a career-best 27. Kansas has won five straight and with Wichita State’s home loss to Northern Iowa on Saturday the Jayhawks have the nation’s longest home winning streak. They’ve won 37 straight at Allen Fieldhouse and 39 in a row including games at Sprint Center that count as home games.

▪ ABOUT OKLAHOMA STATE (12-13, 3-9 Big 12): The Cowboys are coming off a 58-55 overtime victory over Kansas State in Stillwater. The triumph ended a three-game losing streak. Five of the Cowboys’ nine league losses have been by five points or fewer. Oklahoma State handed Kansas its most lopsided loss this season, 86-67 on Jan. 19. The Cowboys have been without guard Phil Forte (elbow) for 22 games and freshman standout Jawun Evans (shoulder) for the last three.

Blair Kerkhoff: 816-234-4730, @BlairKerkhoff

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