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Azubuike joins KU’s 1,000-point club, No. 1 Kansas wallops Oklahoma State for 83-58 win | KUsports.com
With his older brother, Chima Azuonwu, in the crowd, watching him play basketball for the first time in 10 years, Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike joined KU’s 1,000-point club during a 83-58 victory over Oklahoma State on ESPN’s Big Monday.

Kansas vs. Oklahoma State: Quick recap and instant analysis
Oklahoma State was able to keep things relatively close in the first half, but the Cowboys were unable to consistently score against KU's defense. As a result, KU was able to pull away late in the first half and into the second period. The Jayhawks held the Cowboys to 20-for-52 (38-percent) shooting.

Kansas' Udoka Azubuike named Big 12, national player of the week
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Kansas vs. Oklahoma State: Quick recap and instant analysis
Oklahoma State was able to keep things relatively close in the first half, but the Cowboys were unable to consistently score against KU's defense. As a result, KU was able to pull away late in the first half and into the second period. The Jayhawks held the Cowboys to 20-for-52 (38-percent) shooting.

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