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Tag: Jamuni McNeace

Oklahoma Sooners | December 4, 2018

Jimmy V Classic Preview | Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame

The Irish (6-1) are riding a 4-game winning streak and are holding opponents to 65 points per game on 40% shooting from the floor. Even more impressive is their perimeter defense and rebounding. Opponents are shooting 29% from three-point range against Notre Dame and the Irish have a average rebounding edge of 40-34 per game. 

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Oklahoma Sooners | November 27, 2018

Oklahoma Hosts North Texas Tonight In The LNC

Paced by sophomore forward Zachary Simmons’ 15 points per game, UNT has four players averaging double figures in scoring. Umoja Gibson (14.4 PPG), Roosevelt Smart (13 PPG), and Ryan Woolridge (12.9 PPG) all fall in behind Simmons in scoring. 

Oklahoma Sooners | November 22, 2018

Battle 4 Atlantis Preview | Oklahoma vs. #25 Wisconsin

Today will mark Oklahoma’s fourth meeting with Wisconsin in the past five seasons. Wisconsin defeated OU in the championship game of the 2014 Battle 4 Atlantis followed by a home-and-home series where the home club won on both occasions (OU in 2015, UW in 2016). The Badgers lead the all-time series 5-4 and are 2-0 against the Sooners on neutral courts.

Oklahoma Sooners | November 21, 2018

Oklahoma Survives Battle 4 Atlantis Opener With 65-60 Win Over Florida

Jamuni McNeace provided a rim-protecting defensive presence and tallied up 11 points in helping the Sooners take control early. Providing the types of vicious blocks that Oklahoma fans have become accustomed to seeing from the 6-10 senior, McNeace had four swats for the game and also pulled down six rebounds.

Oklahoma Sooners | November 12, 2017

Oklahoma Sooners Topple Omaha 108-89 In Opener

The Oklahoma Sooners began the season with a 108-89 victory over Omaha. Eclipsing the 100-point barrier marks the first time the Sooners have done so since 2016 against the Kansas […]

Oklahoma Sooners | November 9, 2017

Young Scores 23, Lattin Post Double-Double In 114-78 Exhibition Win For Oklahoma Basketball

The next time Trae Young takes to the game court it will count for real. After a 4-game exhibition tour to Australia and New Zealand, a charity scrimmage, and a final tune up exhibition game, we’ve learned that Oklahoma’s freshman phenom is going to be carrying a lot on his shoulders. The common theme from the summer trip through warm ups is that the Sooners need Young to be a scorer. That’s exactly what he was Wednesday night in OU’s final exhibition game. 

Oklahoma Sooners | February 15, 2017

Oklahoma Sooners Defeat Texas Longhorns 70-66 In Norman

After losing Jordan Woodard for the remainder of the season, the Oklahoma Sooners moved forward looking toward other experienced players to lead the charge. Answering the call, Jamuni McNeace led […]