2020 Tournament PreviewIt's been an up-and-down year for coach Lon Kruger's Oklahoma Sooners (NET 44), who are 5-9 against Quadrant 1 teams with only one of those wins coming in non-conference play (Minnesota). But even after going 9-9 in Big 12 play, they'll be going dancing for the third consecutive season. This is partially due to a tough schedule, which KenPom ranks as the fourth-most difficult in the country. The Sooners were able to get through this with returnee Kristian Doolittle (15.8 ppg, 8.9 rpg) leading the way, but they also got a major boost from the emergence of Wichita State transfer Austin Reaves (14.7 ppg, 5.3 rpg), who dropped 41 points in the regular-season finale. Doolittle forms an effective frontcourt tandem with junior Brady Manek (14.4 ppg, 6.2 rpg), which helps Oklahoma limit opponents to 44.2 percent on two-point baskets, good for No. 17 in the nation. A big issue here is depth, however, as the aforementioned players are the only three in double figures, and the Sooners rank No. 323 in KenPom's bench minutes measurement. This is a battle-tested team without any bad losses, but the Sooners haven't necessarily risen to the occasion when the competition level rises.
Scouting Report Offense Defense
Efficiency 0.00 (0) 0.00 (0)
Pace 69.7 (135)
Effective FG% 48.23 (237) 46.66 (55)
Turnover % 14.37 (31) 14.58 (308)
Off Reb % 23.31 (306) 27.38 (147)
FTA/FGA 31.25 (214) 19.73 (1)
3P% 31.82 (248) 33.59 (201)
2P% 48.55 (208) 44.17 (16)
FT% 76.64 (22) 71.09 (179)
3PA/FGA 38.94 (138) 40.08 (262)
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Rankings
NET: #46 RPI: #39
Record
Overall: (19-12) Conference: (9-9) Quad 1: (6-9) Quad 2: (5-3) Quad 3: (4-0) Quad 4: (4-0)
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