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OKLAHOMA CITY — Having won 8 of 9 games, the Thunder entered Wednesday night's 128-103 victory over the New York Knicks riding a fair number of positive trends.

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NORMAN — Shaina Pellington walked up to Ana Llanusa during the Oklahoma women’s basketball season opener last week with a question.

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NORMAN — Caleb Kelly’s half tackle for a loss didn’t take up much room in the box score, nor did it even keep Oklahoma State from ultimately finding the end zone during its final scoring drive Saturday.

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Given his archaic views on on the times we live in, his lack of empathy for those less fortunate than himself and the insecurity required to threaten reporters covering his team, Mike Gundy must be a whale of a football coach.

OKLAHOMA CITY — The latest pregame reporting before the Thunder's 118-101 victory over the Phoenix Suns Monday inside Chesapeake Energy Arena was that former Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony was unlikely to return to the Houston Rockets after missing time with an “illness” and that Anthony’s representatives “spent Monday gathering information from NBA front offices about a potential landing spot for the 10-time All-Star forward,” wrote ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, citing league sources.

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 NORMAN — Oklahoma’s 2018 offense added another talking point in a debate whether it’s the best in school history — at least balance wise.

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Oklahoma’s defensive players and staff have taken comfort in important stops, such as thwarting critical two-point conversions the past two games and forcing a fumble with Oklahoma State driving in Saturday’s fourth quarter.

It’s rivalry week in parts of the college football landscape, and it’s been evident from the quotes given and social media posts.

The Thunder have released game notes for tonight’s 7 p.m. home court tip against the Houston Rockets and for the second straight game, Russell Westbrook has been ruled out with the left ankle sprain he suffered Monday against New Orleans.

Jim Littell pulled aside Ja’Mee Asberry on Wednesday night to teach her one of the facts of being a point guard in college basketball.

Two new shooters this year are Charlie Duke, lunar module pilot for Apollo 16 and the 10th and youngest person to walk on the moon in 1972, and country music recording artist Aaron Tippin, whose first single was "You've Got to Stand for Something" in 1991. 

Oklahoma’s long run of victories over Oklahoma State isn’t an easy thing for Lincoln Riley to sum up, since he’s been OU’s head coach for exactly one Bedlam game and a coordinator for just two others.