Kruger Reviews Sooners Season

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Lon Kruger's OU basketball team bowed out of the NCAA tournament after the first round for the second straight year and finished the season with a 23-10 record.

The 23-10 record was Oklahoma's best season since the Blake Griffin era, 2008-2009 season.

The Sooners finished the year ranked in the AP poll for the first time since 2009.

Kruger reflected on his team's year and said he doesn't expect anyone to leave the program that was set to return for the 2014 basketball season.

The Sooners lose seniors Cam Clark and Tyler Neal, but return seven players that played in over 29 games this last season.

Buddy Hield, Isaiah Cousins and Jordan Woodard all return to Norman after averaging scoring in double figures.

OU signed three incoming players to national letters of intent for next year.

Dante Buford, Khadeem Lattin and Jamuni McNeace all stand over 6'7" and should aid the Sooners game in the paint.

"They're all similar with their qualities and they fit perfectly in terms of what we're looking for," the Sooners head coach said.

Watch the video to see Kruger reflecting on last year and looking ahead to the 2014-15 season.

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