KU Basketball Live Stream, TV, and More Vs Oklahoma State Cowboys

Kansas Jayhawks forward Landen Lucas (33) - Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Kansas Jayhawks forward Landen Lucas (33) - Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports /

The KU basketball team should be wary of the Oklahoma State Cowboys this weekend.

The Kansas Jayhawks will host the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse. While it might look like an easy game for Kansas, who is undefeated in Big 12 play, the Cowboys, who have no wins yet in conference, are a dangerous team.

Oklahoma State has played some of the better Big 12 teams already in West Virginia, Iowa State, and Baylor, and Kansas has only faced one school, Kansas State, which is in the top half of the standings.

Despite their record, the Cowboys have some very dangerous players on their roster in Jawun Evans, Phil Forte, and Jeffrey Carroll.


  • Who: Oklahoma State Cowboys (10-6, 0-4)
  • Where: Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, Kansas
  • Tipoff Time: Saturday, January 14, 1 PM (Central time)
  • TV Channel: ESPN2
  • KU Basketball Live Stream: WatchESPN

If you are on the go and have a subscription to ESPN, catch the KU basketball live stream on WatchESPN or the ESPN app as the Kansas Jayhawks host the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

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Frank Mason continues to be the stalwart of this team. He leads the Big 12 in scoring, tallying 20.4 points a night. He also has 5.6 assists a game, and 4.4 rebounds.

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Landen Lucas has found his stride in conference play, recording a double-double in three of the first four Big 12 games. His improvement will only help the Jayhawks going forward.

Oklahoma State hasn’t started off as well as they hoped but they are not a pushover. Evans is a terrific point guard, and Phil Forte can knock down the three-pointers from anywhere behind the arc.

The Jayhawks have done well against Forte over the years. The Cowboys guard has averaged 13.7 points in seven games against Kansas but is just 14 for 46 from behind the arc – 30.4 percent – which is well below his 39 percent mark for his career. KU will have to cover him all game to limit his open looks at the basket.

The Jayhawks should win this game, especially at home, but they need to be very leery of the Cowboys. If Kansas comes out flat and unfocused, and don’t play hard on defense, Oklahoma State can score with anyone in the country.

The Cowboys have scored 92 points or more in nine games, including five games with 102 or more points. They’ve been held to 75 points or less just three times all year.

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The KU basketball team just can’t take the Oklahoma State Cowboys lightly. The Cowboys can score, and they ligke an uptempo pace. Look for a high-scoring exciting game from these two schools this week.