No. 2 West – Oklahoma Sooners (Overall: 24-6, Conf: 12-6)
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Sure, the Sooners collar lots of boards, but somehow their opponents still manage to get 10.5 offensive rebounds per game. Their last two losses (vs. Texas and Iowa State) saw Oklahoma give up a total of 25 offensive rebounds. Possession is very important to the Sooners as they’re not as efficient on offense as what their season scoring average suggests. According to KenPom.com, the Sooners are 18th in adjusted offensive efficiency with 116.0 points per 100 possessions.
The Sooners’ interior defense looks fine with Khadeem Lattin (2.2 BPG) anchoring the middle, but their defense as a whole needs to be tighter. The Sooner are allowing 70.3 PPG, which is just 128th in Division I.
|Points Per Game||80.9||18|
|Rebounds Per Game||39.3||41|
|Blocks Per Game||5.2||24|
|Free Throw Percentage||72.7%||70|
Oklahoma makes it to the Sweet 16 round.