STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Markel Brown scored 17 points and Phil Forte added 13 to lead No. 24 Oklahoma State to a 69-44 victory over Texas-Arlington on Wednesday night.
Le'Bryan Nash and Marcus Smart both had 10 points and Philip Jurick pulled down 10 rebounds for the Cowboys (9-1).
Reserve Jamel Outler had 14 points and Kevin Butler added 11 for the Mavericks (5-3), who committed 31 turnovers.
Texas-Arlington committed 20 turnovers in the first half, four in the first 4 minutes, and Oklahoma State built a 13-3 advantage on the way to a 36-17 halftime lead.
The visitors did not hit the 20-point mark until Drew Charles' short jumper with 14:20 remaining in the game.
Kirby Gardner's basket put the Cowboys up 46-23 with 10:34 left and the Mavericks got no closer than 16 points the rest of the way.
Forte hit three 3-pointers in the final 6 minutes, the third putting the Cowboys up 26 points with just under 4 minutes left.
ESPN released its Sunday Night Baseball schedule for the 2020 season and the World Series Champion Nationals are not on it.
The Mets are scheduled to play three times on baseball's prime time television slot, while the Dodgers are set to appear three times as well. The Braves are the only other NL East team scheduled to play.
Here's a look at the schedule so far.
As you can probably tell, there's plenty of Red Sox, Yankees, Cubs and Dodgers in there.
There's a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Nationals' roster due to Stephen Strasburg and Anthony Rendon's free agencies, but come on. The Mets?
On the chance the Nationals lose both Strasburg and Rendon in free agency, they still have a great chance at being competitive and intriguing all year.
Sunday Night Baseball is supposed to be the biggest game of the week and to not have the defending champions once feels wrong regardless of your allegiances.
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With more uncertainty surrounding the Nationals' roster than in recent memory, it appears the franchise might be able to check one name off their list.
Stephen Strasburg and Gerrit Cole are considered the top pitchers available in free agency and have both met with the Yankees already. While reports around Cole suggest he could be primed for a move to the Bronx, it seems New York no longer believes they can win Strasburg over.
On MLB Network Monday morning, Jon Heyman said, "I know the Yankees for one, believe that Strasburg is going back to Washington."
After a meeting in which Brian Cashman and company brought in Andy Pettite to help sway Strasburg into putting on the Yankee pinstripes, they probably gained a decent idea of where Strasburg's heart lied.
There was a report two weeks ago saying Strasburg could re-sign with the Nationals as soon as early as before the Winter Meetings, so a return by No. 37 could be coming soon.
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