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Former Oklahoma star Paris signed by Tulsa Shock

 

The Tulsa Shock  have signed former Oklahoma Sooners star Courtney Paris.

Paris finished her career with 20 NCAA and 57 Big 12 records.

Her twin sister, Ashley also played at Oklahoma.

Courtney Paris (courtesy of Oklahoma athletics)

Bad luck has seemed to follow Paris in her quest for a pro career.

Paris was the No. 7 overall pick of Sacramento in 2009 but the team folded at the end of the season. The 6-foot-4 daughter of former NFL player, Bubba Paris, was selected in the dispersal draft by Chicago but did not earn a roster spot. In 2011, she signed with the Los Angeles Sparks and was waived three months later. She landed with Atlanta in June 2011 and was waived a few weeks ago.

 

Info compiled from WNBA, Tulsa Shock & Oklahoma Sooners news

Oklahoma favored to win Big 12 race

 

(courtesy of Big 12 Conference)

The Oklahoma Sooners under head coach Bob Stoops, is the overwhelming choice to win the first championship in the new-look and smaller Big 12.

The Sooners received 41 of 43 first-place votes in the media preseason poll.

Down to 10 teams in 2010, the Big 12 will play a round-robin schedule.

The school from Norman, Oklahoma has won seven of the past 11 Big 12 titles when the league had 12 teams and two divisions.

The Oklahoma program, one of the best in college football has won 7 national titles, 43 conference championships, 44 bowls, 152 All-Americans and 5 Heismans.

 

compiled from Big 12 Conference & Oklahoma Sooners news

Marion Jones waived by Tulsa Shock

 

Marion Jones (file photo)

The Tulsa Shock of the WNBA, ended their relationship with former track star Marion Jones on Thursday. The action was needed to make room for former Oklahoma Sooners standout Abi Olajuwon.

Former Shock head coach Nolan Richardson gave the 35-year-old Jones a chance to play pro basketball when he offered a chance when her prison sentence had ended.

Jones took advantage of the opportunity and showed some signs of her talents from the days when she played for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. During her rookie season, she played in 34 games, averaging 3.4 points and 9.4 minutes per game.

This season, Jones basically was a non-factor as the Shock continued to lose games and Richardson’s reluctance to play his starters for most of the game. She averaged less than a point per game in just 14 games.

The Shock were getting hammered on the boards this season and outscored around the rim and they had no choice but to bring in Abi Olajuwon, the daughter of former NBA star Hakeem Olajuwon. Along with rookie star Elizabeth Cambage, Olajuwon will give the Shock a nice inside combo.

 

 

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Info compiled from the Tulsa Shock

Kruger turns down Oklahoma, then accepts job after all

Lon Kruger (courtesy of UNLV athletics)

Lon Kruger, one of several coaches who changes jobs on a regular basis, has changed addresses again.

Kruger, head coach of the UNLV Rebels, has accepted the offer to become the coach of the Oklahoma Sooners.

Kruger said that he kept turning down Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione several times before agreeing to the seven-year contract that’ll see his pay double to around $2.2 million yearly.

Capel fired by Oklahoma Sooners

Jeff Capel (courtesy of Oklahoma Sooners)

Jeff Capel, the former Duke University guard from 1993-1997, was fired as head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners.

Capel was 96-69 in five seasons with Oklahoma, but he followed up a trip to the regional finals of the NCAA Tournament with the basketball program’s first back-to-back losing seasons since 1967.

Capel had a record, the past two seasons of 17-36.

He had five years left on the contract that the Sooners extended after Oklahoma was one win from the 2009 Final Four.

compiled from Oklahoma athletics news

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