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Hoops Preview: TV Info, Projected Lineups and Series History between OSU and NC State

Get ready for OSU’s bout with the Wolfpack.

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The Cowboys get their first taste of high-major competition Wednesday night.

Oklahoma State plays NC State as part of the Basketball Hall of Fame Showcase in Connecticut. Here is how to watch, projected lineups and the series history between the two programs.

Viewing Info

Time: 7 p.m. (CT) Wednesday
Location: Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut
Watch: CBS Sports Network

Team Stats
Oklahoma State NC State
Record 3-1 3-0
Points Per Game 73.8 81.3
Opponent Points Per Game 54.5 69.7
Field-Goal Percentage 49% 47%
Opponent Field-Goal Percentage 37% 44%
3-Point Percentage 30% 36%
Free-Throw Percentage 64% 72%
Rebounds Per Game 38 38
Projected Starters

Oklahoma State:

Player Class Height PPG RPG APG
Avery Anderson Junior 6-3 8 3 1.7
Bryce Thompson Sophomore 6-5 10.5 2.3 1
Isaac Likekele Senior 6-5 9.4 5.5 4
Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe Sophomore 6-8 8.8 5.5 0.8
Moussa Cisse Sophomore 6-10 10.3 7.5 0.8

NC State:

Player Class Height PPG RPG APG
Dereon Seabron R-Sophomore 6-7 21 10 2
Cam Hayes Sophomore 6-3 9.7 1.3 0.7
Casey Morsell Junior 6-3 14.3 4.3 1
Jericole Hellems Senior 6-7 10 3.7 0.7
Ebenezer Dowuona Sophomore 6-11 3 5.3 0
Series History

This will be the third meeting between the Cowboys and Wolfpack on the hardwood with all having come on a neutral court. OSU won both previous meetings.

The teams first met in the Second Round the 1991 NCAA Tournament. A 6 seed in the East Region, OSU beat NC State 73-64 in the first season of Eddie Sutton’s tenure. OSU went on to lose to Cinderella Temple in the Sweet 16.

More recently, OSU beat the Wolfpack 76-56 in the 2012 Puerto Rico Tipoff event.

NC State came into that game No. 6 in the country, but Travis Ford’s Cowboys dominated. Le’Bryan Nash scored 23 points to go with eight rebounds. He was an impressive 13-for-13 from the foul line. Marcus Smart added 20, also stuffing the stat sheet with seven rebounds, seven assists, four blocks and four steals. Phil Forte added 17 points, hitting four 3-pointers.

Season Winner Score Location
2012-13 Oklahoma State 76-56 Bayamon, Puerto Rico
1990-91 Oklahoma State 73-64 College Park, Maryland
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