Oklahoma state surprises No. 6 Kansas By Reuters

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Freshman Cade Cunningham scored 18 points and posted a key block that led to the winning basket Tuesday when Oklahoma State defeated No. 6 Kansas 75-70 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. With 40 seconds remaining and the score tied, Kansas’ Marcus Garrett slashed the basket looking to take the lead. Cunningham blocked the shot, controlled the rebound and started a counterattack that culminated in a run by Rondel Walker, who converted a three-point play for an Oklahoma State 73-70 lead. Ochai Agbaji missed two 3-point attempts on Kansas’ last possession before Bryce Williams (NYSE 🙂 stole an inning pass and ran across the court for a game-ending dunk, the last of 37 points. fast break for the Cowboys (9-3, 3-3 Big 12). The Jayhawks (10-3, 4-2) had rebounded from a 16-point deficit, using a 21-2 blitz to go up 70-67 with 1:20 remaining in a jump down the line from David McCormack, whose -Double season records including 24 points and 12 rebounds. No. 7 Michigan 77, No. 9 Wisconsin 54 The Wolverines overwhelmed the Badgers with a 36-3 outbreak that spanned both halves and scored an easy victory in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mike Smith compiled 16 points and six assists while Franz Wagner supplied 15 points and 10 rebounds for Michigan (11-0, 6-0 Big Ten), which held sole possession of first place in the conference. Michigan’s lead reached 40 points midway through the second half. D’Mitrik Trice’s 20 points led Wisconsin (10-3, 4-2), which was scoreless in the final 6:19 of the first half as Michigan extended a three-point lead to a 40- 23 at half time. Then early in the second half, the Wolverines racked up 22 consecutive points while the Badgers were scoreless for more than seven minutes. No. 20 Virginia Tech 75, No. 19 Duke 67 Tyrece Radford had 18 points and 12 rebounds as the Hokies gave the Blue Devils their first loss of the season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, prevailing in Blacksburg, Virginia. Keve Aluma’s 17 points and seven rebounds also boosted Virginia Tech (10-2, 4-1 ACC) while Jalen Cone contributed 14 points off the bench. Jeremy Roach’s 22 points and Matthew Hurt’s 20 points and 11 rebounds set the pace for Duke (5-3, 3-1), which ended a three-game winning streak. DJ Steward added 14 points. –Field level media

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