Buddy Hield and No. 1 Oklahoma hold off Ben Simmons and LSU, 77-75


Buddy Hield became a cheerleader while sitting on the Oklahoma bench with two fouls in the first half. The dynamic guard got back to scoring after halftime when the Sooners made a case to stay No. 1. The Sooners started their first week atop the

Sooners star Buddy Hield is on pace to join the ultra-exclusive 50/50/90 club, for players who've finished a season shooting at least 50% on twos, 50% on threes and 90% from the free-throw line. This probably isn't the first place you've heard about

Woodard, at 54 percent, has been even better from deep than Hield. Three more of Hield's teammates are shooting better than 38 percent from three. "Buddy knows those guys can shoot the ball," Kruger said. "The confidence he has in other guys makes him 

Woodard, at 54 percent, has been even better from deep than Hield. Three more of Hield's teammates are shooting better than 38 percent from three. "Buddy knows those guys can shoot the ball," Kruger said. "The confidence he has in other guys makes him 

Buddy Hield always shot first, effectively ending the game before it began. Fast-forward a few years, to a U.S. high school. The new crop of players would arrive at Sunrise Christian Academy in Wichita, Kansas, ready to prove their game, and there