Oklahoma basketball notebook: Late stops lift Sooners to win over Iowa State

The Sooners forced Iowa State to turn the ball over 13 times and converted those turnovers into 25 points, out-rebounded the Cyclones 41-34 and held Iowa State to just two second-chance points.
by Ryan Aber Published: January 11, 2014

During the 20-7 Oklahoma run to start the second half, Woodard drove the baseline, then found Isaiah Cousins at the 3-point line past a collapsing defense. Cousins nailed the shot to put the Sooners up five.

All of Woodard's seven points came in a seven-minute span in the second.

“He made some really good plays down the stretch not just in terms of scoring but driving and kicking,” Kruger said. “He's tough off the dribble. He gets to the paint and still has good vision and makes pretty good plays.

KANE INJURED

Iowa State guard DeAndre Kane suffered an ankle injury in the game's final minute.

Kane, who led the Cyclones with 23 points, appeared to come down on an Oklahoma player's foot as Kane went toward the basket.

Kane was helped to the bench by teammates and then again carried off the floor to the tunnel before hopping to the trainer's room after the game.

Kane's injury is not believed to be serious.

UP NEXT

Oklahoma will hit the road next week for a pair of Big 12 games.

The Sooners start out at Kansas State (12-4, 2-1) at 6 p.m. Wednesday (ESPN2), then travel to Baylor on Saturday.

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by Ryan Aber
Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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