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The Oklahoma State Cowboys won the Puerto Rico Shootout over then-No. 6 North Carolina State, 76-56, last weekend and picked up where they left off on Sunday with an impressive 81-58 victory over Portland State. The Cowboys have restructured their chemistry and cruised like most thought they would on Sunday. The key is that after a three-game tournament and with a week off, the team didn’t seem to struggle in shooting 57.1% from the floor and jumping to an 18-point halftime lead.
Travis Ford and the Cowboys could be a surprise team in the Big 12 as they are developing chemistry around sophomore Le’Bryan Nash. (Credit: Oklahoma State Marketing)
The following are five quick reasons why the Cowboys are off to a 5-0 start and could be a major factor in the Big 12 this season:
1.) Junior guard Markel Brown calls it the “Brotherhood” approach. Most teams call it “team basketball”. Brown noted that OSU plays really well together and that was a norm in Puerto Rico when they were able t...
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