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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had just played his third terrific game in as many tries to begin his second NBA season when Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan was asked to address the early offerings of the Kentucky product, by way of the Los Angeles Clippers.

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NORMAN — The ball flew sharply toward the baseline, where Taylor Robertson had just enough time to catch it, but a split second to decide where to throw it next.

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Oklahoma State men’s basketball freshman Marcus Watson, who hasn’t played a game for the Cowboys, has entered the transfer portal Friday.

After a season of struggling just to keep players on the court, Jay Udwadia feels like this season will be a much different story for the Oklahoma State men’s tennis team.

Big 12 fans can only hope this year’s results were a fluke, but the level of separation between the Big 12 and the top conferences has been something that has been developing over recent years and fans would be justly concerned.

Reports surfaced Friday afternoon that Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Sean Gleeson was leaving for the same position at Rutgers, which was confirmed by Gleeson according to The Oklahoman.

Mike Boynton cranked up the crowd noise and the intensity at practice Thursday morning in the Gallagher-Iba Arena auxiliary gymnasium.

Mike Fisher, writing for SI.com, an outlet with more brand than authority these days, wonders if the rescinded commitment to Oklahoma of No. 1 Class of 2021 quarterback prospect Brock Vandagiff is a clue Lincoln Riley might be looking at becoming head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.

Oklahoma State junior receiver Tylan Wallace made known his future plans on social media at the start of the New Year.

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ADA [ndash] Services for Anita Jane Robbins, 84, of Ada will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Harold Ware will officiate. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Robbins died peacefully Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020, in her home. She was born Feb. 23, 1935, to…