Athletics Communications

By Athletics Communications

University of Oklahoma

NOVEMBER 18, 2018

Wofford

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Stat Comparison
Category Wofford 
OU
Points  64 75
FGM-A 24-64 25-58
FG% 37.5% 43.1%
3 FGM-A 10-32 6-18
3 FG% 31.3% 33.3%
FTM-A 6-13 19-30
FT% 46% 63%
Rebounds 38 45
Assists 12 11
Turnovers 9 7
Blocks 2 0
Steals 4 5








Individual Leaders
Category Wofford OU
Points Magee – 19  Manek – 18
Rebounds Aluma – 9 Manek – 11
Assists Aluma – 4 James – 3
Steals Magee – 2 Bienemy – 2
Blocks Two players – 1 None

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Brady Manek had 18 points and 11 rebounds to help Oklahoma defeat Wofford 75-64 in its home opener on Sunday afternoon.

Manek, a sophomore forward, grabbed double-digit rebounds for the third straight game. Christian James scored 15 points and Miles Reynolds added 12 for the Sooners (3-0).

Wofford’s Fletcher Magee, the Southern Conference preseason player of the year, scored 19 points. Storm Murphy and Nathan Hoover each added 10 points for the Terriers (2-2).

Wofford, which was picked to finish second in the Southern Conference, led 38-37 at halftime. Magee scored 13 points and the Terriers made seven 3-pointers.

Oklahoma took a 56-53 lead on a layup by Reynolds with just over nine minutes remaining. Manek hit a reverse layup, was fouled and made the free throw to put the Sooners up 59-54.

Manek later caught an alley-oop lob from Aaron Calixte to put the Sooners up 71-57 with 4:11 remaining.

BIG PICTURE

The Sooners were solid once again in their post-Trae Young transformation at point guard. Reynolds and Calixte are sharing most of the ball handling. Calixte went without a turnover in 29 minutes and Reynolds had two turnovers in 18 minutes.

UP NEXT

The Sooners play Florida on Wednesday in the Battle 4 Atlantis.


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