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OSU Basketball Team COVID Free after First Round of Testing, per Report

Some good news!



Excitement for Cowboy basketball is as high as it’s been since the Marcus Smart days, and despite the team’s NCAA sanctions setbacks, there is good news to be shared.

No Oklahoma State player tested positive for COVID-19 during their first round of testing last week, according to The Oklahoman‘s Jacob Unruh. Most of the team got to campus about a week ago with new signings Bryce Williams and Bernard Kouma following shortly after. The Cowboys have gone through their measurements and started voluntary workouts.

OSU can start its standard 12-hour calendars on July 20, where the Cowboys have eight hours of strength and conditioning and four hours on-court a week.

The excitement around the program revolves around No. 1 recruit Cade Cunningham, who is thought to be the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. Cunningham brings with the the No. 4 recruiting class in the nation, according to Rivals.

With college sports still somewhat in the air as the school year draws closer, this is a good sign for Cunningham and the Cowboys, but programs from around the country will need to see similar results for everything to go on as scheduled.

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