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OU vs. Kansas women’s basketball: How to watch, live stream, game time, lineups

Oklahoma guard Madi Williams grabs a loose ball over Baylor forward NaLyssa Smith in the first half of the Bears' 84-61 win Saturday in Waco, Texas. [Rod Aydelotte/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP]
Oklahoma guard Madi Williams grabs a loose ball over Baylor forward NaLyssa Smith in the first half of the Bears' 84-61 win Saturday in Waco, Texas. [Rod Aydelotte/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP]

OU vs. Kansas

When: 7 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Lloyd Noble Center in Norman

Streaming: ESPN+

Radio: KOKC 1520 AM, KREF 99.3 FM/1400 AM

Three things to know

• OU freshman Heavenly Greer, who has played in all but one game, will miss the remainder of the season after not meeting academic eligibility requirements for the spring semester. Greer’s absence leaves the Sooners with just eight players.

• After Madi Williams joined the 1,000-point club on Saturday in a loss at Baylor, the Sooners became one of five Division I teams with three 1,000-point scorers on its roster. Taylor Robertson and Ana Llanusa, who is out this season due to injury, are OU’s other 1,000-point scorers.

• The Sooners haven’t played at home since Jan. 3, a 90-72 loss to West Virginia. The Jayhawks beat the Sooners 74-64 in Lawrence on Dec. 10 in the Big 12 opener. OU leads the series 19-12 in Norman.

PROJECTED STARTERS

Kansas (6-5, 2-3)

Pos. — Player — Ht. — Cl. — Pts. — Reb.

C — Chisom Ajekwu — 6-3 — So. — 3.7 — 4.0

F — Tina Stephens — 6.2 — Sr. — 12.5 — 6.2

G — Zakiyah Franklin — 5-7 — So. — 8.5 — 3.8*

G — Holly Kersgieter — 5-10 — So. — 16.4 — 7.1

G — Julie Brosseau — 5-9 — Gr. — 10.1 — 1.9

Oklahoma (4-7, 1-5 Big 12)

Pos. — Player — Ht. — Cl. — Pts. — Reb.

F — Madi Williams — 6-0 — Jr. — 22.3 — 3.1

F — Mandy Simpson — 6-1 — Sr.. — 4.6 — 7.6

G — Taylor Robertson — 5-7 — Jr.. — 15.9 — 3.5

G — Gabby Gregory — 6-0 — So. — 15.5 — 4.5

G — Nevaeh Tot — 5-3 — Fr. — 6.6 — 4.5*

*—Assists

Ryan Aber, Staff writer

Ryan Aber

Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The... Read more ›

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