Oklahoma State 77, UNLV 69, OT

OKLAHOMA CITY — Maurice Baker and Fredrik Jonzen combined to scored 11 points in overtime as Oklahoma State beat Nevada-Las Vegas 77-69 Saturday night at the Myriad Convention Center.

Baker had six points, including a tip-in to start a 6-0 burst in OT that gave the Cowboys the lead for good.

Five straight points by UNLV's Kaspars Kambala cut Oklahoma State's lead to 71-69 with 58.2 seconds left, but Jozen's slam dunk on Andre Williams' feed from underneath and Baker's two free throws with 25 seconds left sealed the outcome.

The Runnin' Rebels (3-3) used an 8-2 streak in the last four minutes of regulation to take their first lead of the game, 62-60. Danny Brotherson had two free throws with 7.9 seconds left.

On Oklahoma State's ensuing possession, Brotherson committed his fifth foul and sent Victor Williams to the line with five seconds left. Williams sank both free throws to force the game into overtime.

Dalron Johnson scored 19 points to pace UNLV and Jermaine Lewis and Brotherson had 17 and 12, respectively.

Jonzen and Andre Williams each had 13 points for OSU (3-0). The Cowboys led by 13 points twice in the first half before taking a 35-24 lead to the locker room at intermission.

Oklahoma State forced the Runnin' Rebels into 25 turnovers during the contest, 15 during the first half.

Oklahoma State has been playing on neutral courts around Oklahoma while a massive reconstruction of the Cowboy's arena — Gallagher-Iba — nears completion.