Stillwater, Olka. The Kansas University basketball team’s 67-62 loss at Oklahoma State Saturday featured a number of noteworthy statistics for the Jayhawks.
• Freshman Devonté Graham drew his fourth charge of the season (off Le’Bryan Nash) in the first half. That ties him with Frank Mason III for the team lead.
Graham has 29 assists to four turnovers in nine games since returning from an injury against Georgetown on Dec. 10, 2014.
• Sophomore Brannen Greene went 3-for-5 from three-point range to give him a 62.1 percent mark (18-of-29) in Big 12 games.
Images from Saturday's game between the Jayhawks and Cowboys at Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
KU coach Bill Self says sluggish start to 2nd half killed Kansas in 67-62 loss at Oklahoma State.
Kansas University basketball players Wayne Selden and Perry Ellis explain how the Oklahoma State press bothered Kansas during Saturday's 67-62 loss in Stillwater.
Aside from a trip to TCU where he did not attempt a three, Greene has made multiple threes in five of the last six games. He is 15-of-21 (71.4 percent) during that span. For the season, Greene is shooting 51.6 percent (32-of-62) from three.
• Mason scored 10 points and extended his double-digit scoring streak to 20-straight games. He is now one of four Jayhawks to record 20-straight games of 10 or more points the Self era.
Mason joins Wayne Simien (26, 2004-05), Thomas Robinson (27, 2011-12) and Marcus Morris (27, 2010-11). Against OSU, Mason tallied nine points in the first half, but didn't collect his final point until 56 seconds remained.
• Wayne Selden, Jr., leads the team with 12 games with multiple three-pointers. He hit four in five tries vs. OSU.
• Perry Ellis collected his sixth double-double of the season and 12th of his career with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
• Jamari Traylor had a KU season-high six turnovers, the most since Joel Embiid committed seven against Iowa State (1/13/14). He also tied his career-high with three steals.