The basketball teams at Oklahoma and Oklahoma State struggled to escape the weekend’s ice and snow, at one point leaving road games on Saturday in doubt. Oklahoma is scheduled to play Nebraska in Lincoln at 7 p.m. Saturday instead of the originally scheduled 12:30 p.m. The Sooners were still in Norman as of Friday afternoon, waiting on a charter plane from Dallas to arrive. Friday’s snowstorm limited visibility and did not allow the plane to leave. Oklahoma State will still play Missouri in Columbia on Saturday at 1 p.m. The Cowboys, believing their plane could leave, traveled from Stillwater to the Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City by bus. When they arrived at the airport, they were told they could not leave. The team waited at a nearby hotel for several hours until around 8:30 p.m. when air travel became safe. The Oklahoma women’s basketball game at Texas Tech on Saturday has been moved back to 7 p.m., a school spokesman said. The original tip-off time was 2 p.m. But weather delays prevented the Sooners from flying out to Lubbock until Saturday morning. The Oklahoma State women’s basketball team is scheduled to leave Saturday morning for College Station, Texas, where it will play Texas A&M at noon Sunday. The OSU men’s golf team is patiently waited at the hotel with the men’s basketball team. The wait will likely be worth it for the golfers. They are leaving for a tournament that begins Wednesday -- in Hilo, Hawaii, where the temperature Friday was 83 degrees with a few showers. Even the pros are socked by the weather. The Denver Nuggets were scheduled to leave Oklahoma City late Friday night after their NBA game with the Thunder. Instead, the Nuggets will leave around noon Saturday. The Nuggets have had a prolonged stay in Oklahoma City as it was. They arrived Wednesday night in Oklahoma City after playing that night in Houston to beat the winter storm. "It seems like we’ve been here a long time," said Nuggets coach George Karl. "All you do is hang out in the hotel room. You don’t do anything. Normally, you get out and run about or have dinner. I’m kind of tired of room service and bar food." Denver’s next game is a nationally televised contest at noon Sunday in San Antonio. "It disorients your preparation, how you normally prepare," Karl said. "We’ll stay here, have a shootaround here (Saturday morning) -- a short practice and walk-through on San Antonio — then fly out."