Sam Grooms, whose OU career ended with an NCAA Tournament appearance last season, enjoyed the opportunity to play on the same team as Griffin.
“He's one of the people I look up to,” Grooms said. “I listen to everything he has to say.”
Grooms is finishing his degree at OU this semester before pursuing a professional career.
The Cream team beat Griffin's Crimson team 102-99, with Ebi Ere earning MVP honors with 34 points and four assists.
Ere, who played on the Sooners' 2002 Final Four and 2003 Elite Eight teams, hit four 3-pointers.
Hollis Price scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half, and Darryl “Choo” Kennedy added 13 for the Cream.
Eduardo Najera and Kelley Newton scored 20 each for the Crimson team.
The program's 2,000-point scorers and All-Americans were honored, including Adams and Stacey King.
Both Adams and King were in attendance, but neither played.
“Lon Kruger's doing a great job of reaching out to the student body, reaching out to the fans and he's getting fans back in here,” King said. “He's building a really, really good program.
“It's been a slow process, but people have to remember he didn't have a lot when they came in.”
The Sooners open their season Nov. 2 with an exhibition game against Washburn.