“Thanks for being in my poster,” Oklahoma State’s Cameron McGriff said to Georgetown Hoya senior Rodney Pryor.
Playing in the Maui Invitational third-place game tonight, the Oklahoma State Cowboys freshman dunk master turned a fast break into the first clip on his highlight reel.
Full extension, he takes the contact and keeps going. Pryor was called for blocking on the play while trying to draw the charge.
The dunk has been representative of the kind of night the Hoyas are having thus far. They go into the half being dominated in all aspects of the game. The biggest difference in this game has been turnovers, though. With a 14-5 split favoring the Cowboys, the Hoyas are having a hard time hanging on to the ball.
That leads to fast breaks, and fast breaks lead to the kind of dunks we see here.
Georgetown will have to make drastic and effective changes if they hope to alter the expected outcome of this game. The only thing we know for sure, though, is that next time Rodney McGriff is driving the lane with the ball in his hand, the defender is better off stepping out of his way.