Oklahoma State guards Brittney Martin (ankle) and Kamri Anderson (foot), who both missed the Cowgirls' two exhibition games, are questionable to play in Friday's opener against Lamar.
Coach Jim Littell said it would be more likely that Martin would play, though her minutes could be limited. The sophomore started every game for the Cowgirls last season, averaged 10.1 points and 6.2 rebounds per contest and was a member of the Big 12 All-Freshman team.
“We run a lot of things (offensively) through her, and it was noticeable that she was gone,” Littell said following OSU's first exhibition game against East Central. “(She's) a double-digit scorer and a potential double-digit rebounder. We need to get her back and get her healthy.”
LITTELL: COWGIRLS MUST SHOOT BETTER
Littell gave his team a simple task following the Cowgirls' exhibition game against Northeastern State. Get in the gym, and put a ton of shots up.
The Cowgirls shot just 35 percent (28-of-80) in the contest. And less than a week ago, they made just 19 of 32 free throws (59.4 percent) against East Central.
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