NORMAN – The Oklahoma men's basketball team was downed 77-47 by Baylor on Monday night inside Lloyd Noble Center.,Kristian Doolittle scored 12 points and Miles Reynolds added 11 for Oklahoma (15-6, 3-5), which was sitting just outside of the newly released Top 25.,Baylor's Makai Mason also scored 12 points.,Mario Kegler scored 11 points and Jared Butler added 10 for the Bears (14-7, 5-2 Big 12), who claimed their third league road win of the month and moved into a tie for first place in the conference with Kansas and Kansas State.,It was a season low for points in a half for the Sooners.

“It was close the entire game; it was just basically back-and-forth,” said Powhatan head coach Kristy Henderson, “but we held on at the end to win, did some good things down the stretch.”,Terry knocked down four three’s - which Henderson said the team needed - and she led the team in scoring on 14 points.,Powhatan featured a balanced scoring effort, with eight different players netting points against Louisa.,“Obviously she got plenty of them, but she’s a type of player that, if just let go, she could’ve scored 40 points on us,” Henderson said.,In that game, Salomonsky and Faith each scored 12 points, and senior Katie Henderson knocked down three three-pointers for nine points total.

Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 22 points, Trey Burke added 16 and the Knicks snapped their eight-game losing streak with a 119-112 victory over Los Angeles on Friday night.,Enes Kanter scored eight of his 16 points down the stretch as the Knicks pulled away, ending their first win since Dec. 14 on an 11-3 run.,Seven players scored in double figures for New York, including 10 points in the fourth quarter from Mario Hezonja, who also had barely played since mid-December.,TIP-INS

Knicks: Frank Ntilikina played only briefly in the first half before straining his left ankle and sitting out the rest of the game.,SLOW START FOR LA read more