Who is the best OSU basketball player of all time?

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Gunslinger123

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We have seen some amazing talent come through oklahoma state! most recent marcus smart, lebryan nash and markel brown. But whose the best OSU bball player of all time?
 

OrangeForever

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Pretty difficult to answer this question without accounting for differences between the eras in which OSU's greats played -- assuming you're not just basing your question off pure statistics.
 

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1) Bob Kurland
2) Big Country
3) Desmond Mason
4) Randy Rutherford
5) Tony Allen
6) Marcus Smart
7) Joey Graham
8) John Lucas
9) Richard Dumas
10) James Anderson
 

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1) Bob Kurland
2) Big Country
3) Desmond Mason
4) Randy Rutherford
5) Tony Allen
6) Marcus Smart
7) Joey Graham
8) John Lucas
9) Richard Dumas
10) James Anderson

It wasn't a plural question!!

Good list though. :D
 

CTeamPoke

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Will marcus smart move up on your list if he wins the national championship?
He wouldn't pass Kurland or Reeves. Those two are two of the greatest college basketball players of all time. Kurland changed the game and won two titles. He might pass Mason, but I don't know.

And as much as I hope he leads us to a Final Four, I don't know that we have the necessary part to make a run.
 

Gunslinger123

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He wouldn't pass Kurland or Reeves. Those two are two of the greatest college basketball players of all time. Kurland changed the game and won two titles. He might pass Mason, but I don't know.

And as much as I hope he leads us to a Final Four, I don't know that we have the necessary part to make a run.
Yeah i guess! He will probably have the best nba career out of them.
 

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As far as influential in the context of their program's development, you've actually made a pretty valid suggestion (regardless of whether it was serious or not).
well I could not think of a men's player that is clear #1 and Riley is hard to argue against.
Personally never went to a women's game until she got here and now I try a make a few each year.