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Big Monday returns to Allen Fieldhouse

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There's lots more recapping the OU game over on Sunday's N&N.  On to OSU.

- Kansas Sports -

ESPN Big Monday Returns to Allen Fieldhouse for Jayhawks and Cowboys

With Wichita State's home loss to Northern Iowa, Feb. 13, Kansas now holds the nation's longest home court winning streak at 39 games. The streak includes 37-straight wins inside historic Allen Fieldhouse and two in Sprint Center in Kansas City, which those contests are part of the KU home ticket package.

(Mr. Ed says: Sorry KU Athletics, I'm not giving you credit for the Sprint Center games.)

The Day After: Oh, wow at OU | Tale of the Tait |

I know the pressure of the NCAA Tournament’s do-or-die, succeed-or-fail set-up changes things, but if Kansas can go beat that team, for a second time, at its place, the Jayhawks have to believe they can win anywhere against anybody.

VIDEO - Highlight reel: Jayhawks beat Oklahoma on the road | KUsports Video |

Check out the highlights, featuring lots of big shots from Devonté Graham, from the Kansas basketball team’s 76-72 victory at Oklahoma.

Kansas Jayhawks won't overlook Oklahoma State Cowboys | FOX Sports

Oklahoma State handed the Jayhawks their worst defeat since early last season, becoming responsible for two of their previous three losses against unranked teams. However, both came in Stillwater - the first a 67-62 decision last February.

KU’s O’Neal unaccustomed to losing |

Coming into this season, Kansas University junior guard Timeka O’Neal never had experienced a losing streak quite like the one in which the Jayhawks find themselves.

Departing aide Mitchell: KU football on way up |

“They are committed to getting things turned around and aren’t afraid to put in the work it’s going to take to get it done,” Mitchell said. “When you’re at a place for a while, you get comfortable in your surroundings and environment, so I’m excited to see a new place and a new way of doing things and to learn as much as I can at Arkansas.”

- College Sports -

College basketball: Big 12's problem? No one can unseat Kansas |

Big 12, shame on you. No one team in a power conference such as the Big 12 should routinely embarrass the rest of the league the way Kansas has for more than a decade. Not even Kentucky has done this in the SEC.

Kansas jumps to No. 1 in Top 25 (and one) after beating Oklahoma -

Thanks to Saturday's 76-72 victory at Oklahoma the Jayhawks now have nine top-50 RPI wins and just one loss outside of the top 25, and they are the nation's only college basketball team whose resume checks both of those boxes.

- Professional Sports -

Apparently the this weekend was NBA All-Star stuff?  Who knew?

Spurs' Gregg Popovich 'envious' of the Warriors, calls them 'unsolvable' -

"I've spent more time thinking about Golden State than I have any other team I've ever thought about in my whole career," Popovich told ESPN Radio on Friday. "Because they are really fun. I'd go buy a ticket and go watch them play. And when I see them move the ball, I get very envious. When I see them shoot uncontested shots more than anybody else in the league, it's inspiring. It's just great basketball.

NBA All-Star Game had its moments, though the night belonged to Kobe -

The All-Star Game had its fair share of thrills, but the emotional farewell of one of the NBA's greatest players stole the show and served as Sunday's main event.

Jimmer Fredette sets scoring record in D-League All-Star Game, wins MVP -

Jimmer went 6-of-12 from deep and 13-of-19 overall on his way to 35 points. The previous D-League All-Star scoring mark was 33, set by Robert Covington in 2014. Jimmer also had eight assists and six rebounds in 25 minutes of action, including a big 3-pointer down the stretch to put the East up by one with under two minutes left in the game.

WATCH: Steph Curry closes out 2016 All-Star Game with a halfcourt shot -

Chef Curry doing what Chef Curry does: hitting shots from impossibly long range.