Players are as perplexed as Kruger.
“Every time we step on the court, we expect to be a mismatch team. We have a lot of different guys that can make a lot of plays,” Osby said. “It has been difficult and kind of frustrating.
“We have been getting in the gym and putting up a lot of shots, individually, and as a team. We’ll come out of it.”
It needs to happen quickly. The Sooners have two games left before Big 12 Conference play begins Jan. 5 at West Virginia. The shots must start falling if OU is to finally make a move up in the conference after three straight losing seasons.
Pledger spent most of his Christmas break in the practice gym. The $1,000 flight back to his native Virginia was the main reason he stayed in Norman, but he put the time to good use.
“Once we start making shots, I think everyone will get going,” he said.
That was the reason for the shooting breaks on Thursday. More of those jumpers have to start going through the net.
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