It’s the second true road victory over a Top-10 opponent in the span of two weeks for the Sooners, who also shocked then-No. 3 Wichita State on December 16. As sensational as Young was, which we practically say twice a week nowadays, he couldn’t do it alone. Help, at least in the scoring department arrived in the form of Kameron McGusty’s 22 points, matching a career-high. Contributions were also had from Christian James (10 points, 5 rebounds), Jamuni McNeace (8 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 4 blocks, and countless winning plays late), and Brady Manek (13 defensive rebounds).
Trae Young had been hearing it from the TCU crowd all day, REALLY wanted this one. Love this kid's fire.(via @clippittv) pic.twitter.com/qXueio1J86 — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) December 30, 2017
Kameron McGusty ties the game for the Sooners!!(via @clippittv) pic.twitter.com/ZstGZk6Y0x — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) December 30, 2017
All in all, Young scored or assisted on 69 of Oklahoma’s 90 points.
Trae Young wasting no time displaying his savagery. This is the third possession of the game. Casual step back 30-footer. pic.twitter.com/MnT3aHV7l3— Mike McCurry (@Mike_McCurry16) December 30, 2017
Trae Young with the quick dribble drive and sweet floater to tie the game for Oklahoma once again against TCU.(via @clippittv) pic.twitter.com/WZg2s10Odq — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) December 30, 2017