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    The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the 'Mega Millions' game were:16-36-54-61-64, Mega Ball: 22, Megaplier: 3(sixteen, thirty-six, fifty-four, sixty-one, sixty-four; Mega Ball: twenty-two; Megaplier: three)Estimated jackpot: $119 million
  • Another second-half collapse, another round of questions about Oklahoma City's finishing power.After dominating defending NBA champion Golden State from start to finish two days earlier, the Thunder wasted a big lead in a 99-98 loss to the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.Oklahoma City had a 10-point lead at the half and was up 15 midway through the third quarter before the Pistons stormed back, led by center Andre Drummond and bench players Ish Smith and Langston Galloway.'In the first half, (Drummond) was not good. That's one of the reasons we were getting crushed,' Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said about. 'In the second half, he was much better and we made some big shots.'Detroit grabbed the lead for good midway through the fourth quarter and the Thunder missed 14 of their last 20 shots, including a final 27-footer by Russell Westbrook in the final three seconds that left Oklahoma City a point short.'We're going to live and die with Russ taking that shot,' Oklahoma City's Paul George said. 'He had a good look but it just didn't go in.'Westbrook had his sixth triple-double of the season for Oklahoma City with 27 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds. He missed a long 3-point attempt on the final possession to finish 1 of 10 from 3-point range and 10 of 29 from the field.Oklahoma City had numerous chances, missing three shots on one possession in the final minute.It was the eighth double-digit lead given up by the Thunder this season on their way to a loss.Smith finished with 15 points.'Going into these buildings is going to be tough on us, but as long as we stay together and keep picking each other up, then we got a good chance,' Pistons point guard Reggie Jackson said. 'It is always great to get a win on the road.'Carmelo Anthony had 20 points for Oklahoma City, and Paul George had 16.IMPRESSIVE RESUMESince the start of 2009-10 season, the Thunder have the fourth best overall winning percentage among the Big Four professional sports, trailing only the New England Patriots (NFL), San Antonio Spurs (NBA) and Green Bay Packers (NFL).WELCOME BACK?Former Thunder guard Jackson made his first appearance in OKC after missing both meetings last season due to injury. Jackson was booed lustily in pregame introductions and in the first half of the game. His last appearance at Chesapeake Arena included a verbal altercation with a fan at courtside.UP NEXTPistons: At Boston on Monday night.Thunder: At Dallas on Saturday night.___For more NBA coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/NBAbasketball
  • PREP FOOTBALL Class 2A= Quarterfinal= Alva 40, Adair 8 Davis 28, Holland Hall 27, OT Millwood 44, Vian 0 Washington 63, Commerce 21 Class 3A= Quarterfinal= Beggs 32, Oklahoma Christian School 26 John Marshall 38, Idabel 20 Jones 42, Sequoyah Tahlequah 6 Sulphur 41, Sperry 8 Class 5A= Semifinal= Carl Albert 42, Skiatook 12 McGuinness 38, Noble 10 Class A= Quarterfinal= Afton 30, Minco 6 Crescent 70, Oklahoma Christian Academy 41 Hooker 35, Hominy 18 Thomas Fay Custer 37, Morrison 36, OT Class B= Quarterfinal= Davenport 46, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 0 Depew 54, Alex 12 Laverne 58, Prue 8 Shattuck 48, Keota 0 Class C= Semifinal= Tipton 56, Timberlake 8 ___ Some high school football scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/
  • DETROIT (99) S.Johnson 4-6 0-0 11, Harris 6-15 0-0 13, Drummond 8-14 1-3 17, Jackson 3-9 4-4 12, Bradley 4-13 2-2 11, Moreland 0-0 0-0 0, Tolliver 3-7 0-0 8, Smith 7-11 0-0 15, Galloway 3-4 0-0 9, Kennard 1-5 0-0 3. Totals 39-84 7-9 99. OKLAHOMA CITY (98) George 7-17 0-0 16, Anthony 9-24 0-0 20, Adams 6-10 0-0 12, Westbrook 10-29 6-7 27, Roberson 4-5 0-0 10, Huestis 0-2 0-0 0, Grant 4-5 0-1 8, Patterson 1-2 0-0 3, Felton 1-2 0-0 2, Abrines 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 42-98 6-8 98. Detroit 25 24 24 26—99 Oklahoma City 29 30 18 21—98 3-Point Goals_Detroit 14-37 (Galloway 3-4, S.Johnson 3-5, Jackson 2-6, Tolliver 2-6, Smith 1-1, Kennard 1-3, Harris 1-6, Bradley 1-6), Oklahoma City 8-32 (Roberson 2-3, Anthony 2-6, George 2-8, Patterson 1-2, Westbrook 1-10, Huestis 0-1, Grant 0-1, Abrines 0-1). Fouled Out_None. Rebounds_Detroit 43 (Drummond 14), Oklahoma City 45 (Adams 12). Assists_Detroit 22 (Jackson, Smith 4), Oklahoma City 22 (Westbrook 11). Total Fouls_Detroit 17, Oklahoma City 12. A_18,203 (18,203).
  • The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's 'Poker Pick' game were:JH-2C-6C-6D-4S(JH, 2C, 6C, 6D, 4S)
  • These Oklahoma lotteries were drawn Friday:Cash 506-17-19-27-35(six, seventeen, nineteen, twenty-seven, thirty-five)Mega Millions16-36-54-61-64, Mega Ball: 22, Megaplier: 3(sixteen, thirty-six, fifty-four, sixty-one, sixty-four; Mega Ball: twenty-two; Megaplier: three)Estimated jackpot: $119 millionPick 34-8-2(four, eight, two)Poker PickJH-2C-6C-6D-4S(JH, 2C, 6C, 6D, 4S)PowerballEstimated jackpot: $149 million
  • The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's 'Pick 3' game were:4-8-2(four, eight, two)
  • The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's 'Cash 5' game were:06-17-19-27-35(six, seventeen, nineteen, twenty-seven, thirty-five)
  • Whether it's breaking down the defense and getting to the rim, or lining up shots from deep, Trae Young continues to look very little like a freshman.Young scored 18 of his 33 points during Oklahoma's big first half, Khadeem Lattin added 19 points and 16 rebounds, and the Sooners pulled away in the final five minutes to beat Portland 93-71 on Friday in the consolation bracket of the PK80 Invitational.Young continued the outstanding start to his career with a first-half flurry that gave the Sooners a 46-31 lead at halftime. He then came up with big baskets late in the second half after Portland had rallied, trimming a 23-point deficit to five. Young had 10 points during a 15-2 run that finally put away the pesky Pilots.Young has scored at least 20 points in each of his last three games and has been the Sooners (3-1) leading scorer in every game this season.'My teammates knocking down shots. Whenever they're knocking down shots it makes it a lot easier for me,' Young said. 'And then getting the ball out quick. Khadeem getting a lot of boards and got the ball out really fast to me and I was able to get out in transition.'JoJo Walker led the Pilots (2-3) with 15 points, while Josh McSwiggan and Franklin Porter both added 13. The Pilots were 8 of 18 on 3-pointers in the second half helping to fuel their rally.But it was too much to overcome after Oklahoma's big close to the first half. Leading by four, the Sooners finished the first half on a 21-10 spurt. Young got the run started with a 3-pointer and had nine of Oklahoma's 21 points to close the half.Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger was pleased with the response after the Sooners lost to Arkansas in the tournament opener.'I thought we responded very well, especially at the defensive end. ... Defensively I thought we were pretty solid that first half,' Kruger said. 'It's good to see that. Anytime you have back-to-back games early in the year you're never sure.'Portland trailed by as many as 23 with just under 15 minutes remaining but started to get hot from deep and trimmed away at the lead. The Pilots had the ball down by eight with 7:57 left but Marcus Shaver's open 3 rimmed out. After an Oklahoma turnover, McSwiggan hit a 3 with the shot clock about to expire and the Pilots were as close as they had been since it was 25-21 late in the first half.That would be the end of Portland's rally. Matt Freeman and Young scored on consecutive possessions to push the lead back to nine and Lattin's putback with 4:44 left took the advantage to 11. The Pilots would get no closer.'We really showed a lot of resilience, a lot of fight on our part, which was great to see,' Portland coach Terry Porter said.THE TAKEAWAYPortland: The Pilots will be pleased with the resolve in cutting into the big deficit. But the Pilots shot just 39 percent for the game and had 12 turnovers in the first half.Oklahoma: While Oklahoma allowed Portland to rally in the second half it was an efficient performance by the Sooners. Oklahoma shot 54 percent in the second half and committed just four turnovers.BACK IN THE COLISEUMTerry Porter had some flashbacks to his playing career during the game that aws played inside Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Porter entire career playing for the Portland Trail Blazers was spent playing in the Coliseum.'First time I've gotten in that building and wasn't making baskets,' Porter said. '... It's nice to see them play basketball in this building again that's for sure.'UP NEXTPortland: The Pilots will play either DePaul or Oregon on Sunday.Oklahoma: The Sooners will face either DePaul or Oregon on Sunday.
  • Mercedes Russell scored 25 points, Jaime Nared had a double-double and surpassed 1,000 career points and No. 12 Tennessee defeated Oklahoma State 79-69 in a battle of unbeaten teams at the Cancun Challenge on Friday.Nared, who scored the last 10 points as the Lady Vols opened up a 24-10 lead, had 21 points and 10 rebounds, becoming the 45th player in Tennessee history to reach 1,000 (1,005). Rennia Davis had 12 points and 10 rebounds.Tennessee (5-0) led by double figures in every quarter but couldn't shake the Cowgirls (5-1), who got 29 points from graduate transfer Loryn Goodwin and 11 points and 11 rebounds from Kaylee Jensen.Oklahoma State got within four late in the second quarter but trailed 41-31 at the half. A Goodwin layup made it a two-point game late in the third but Russell had consecutive 3-point plays to close the quarter for a 57-49 lead. The closest in the fourth quarter was 70-64 with 4:36 to play but Russell scored the next four points and then the Lady Vols closed it out at the line while OSU missed seven-straight shots before a late layup.Tennessee made 30 of 57 shots while OSU shot 38 percent but the Cowgirls scored 21 points off 19 Lady Vols turnovers.
  • We have another beautiful day ahead of us in the Tulsa area on Saturday. However, National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Lacy says it won't be quite as nice as yesterday. “We’ll be cooler than we were yesterday,” Lacy said.  “High reached the upper 70s yesterday in Tulsa.  We’ll drop back to the mid-60s on Saturday.” We will still see sunny skies and there is no rain in the forecast.  Temperatures will drop to 34 degrees Saturday night.   There will be more of the same on Sunday.  NWS is reporting sunny skies and a high around 67 degrees.  
  • A naked couple, having sex in their car while their baby was in the back seat, crashed while driving, the said. >> Read more trending newsThe man was driving on Highway 7 near La Grande in Pierce County, naked and having sex with a woman who also was naked, when he missed a curve, went off the road and struck a tree, State Patrol spokeswoman Brooke Bova said. The crash occurred Wednesday at 6 p.m. troopers said. Witnesses told troopers both the man and woman were naked when they got out of the car, The Everett Herald reported. Troopers said they were also both impaired. The woman wasn't wearing a seat belt. She was taken to the hospital with several broken bones. The 3-month-old child in the back seat was not injured. The man was arrested and booked into Pierce County Jail on suspicion of driving under the influence, vehicular assault and child endangerment, the Herald reported. Troopers said the man has three prior DUI convictions.
  • A high school English teacher has been arrested after she was secretly filmed by her students while appearing to cut up and snort what police suspect to be cocaine in an empty classroom, . >> Read more trending news Samantha Cox, 24, was taken away from Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana, in handcuffs after students showed the video to their principal, who informed the authorities. Junior Will Rogers captured the footage, which appeared to show Cox cutting up a white, powdery substance on a binder, then turning her back to the door and leaning over. Rogers had recorded the video through a locked classroom door at around 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 22. “She’s in the corner, hiding with a chair and a book and what appears to be cocaine, putting it into lines,” he said. “I actually watched the footage again and again, and I just realized that my English teacher just did cocaine,” Rogers told WGN. The video, posted to YouTube, quickly spread around the campus. When Cox’s fellow staff members discovered it, they notified St. John police. Cox, 24, was arrested on charges possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, according to a St. John Police Department statement. The drugs involved appear to be a mix of cocaine and heroin, Police Chief James Kveton told The Northwest Indiana Times. “School officials and police want to recognize and praise the student witness that brought this information to the principal very quickly,” the police statement read. “Their actions showed a tremendous amount of fortitude and integrity.” Parents were informed of the arrest via a robocall from Lake Central Superintendent Larry Veracco. “Earlier today, Lake Central administration was made aware of a situation regarding a teacher at Lake Central High School. Swift and forceful action was taken,” Veracco said in the robocall. “I’m grateful that they found out when they did, and they were quick-acting,” parent Shannon McGrath told WGN. “You’re told as a child to listen to them, respect them and stuff like that … But it’s kinda hard to respect somebody who does cocaine in a classroom,” junior Anthony Rios told the station.
  • A top Republican Oklahoma House leader is back to the drawing board trying to shore up the state's budget and generate funding for a teacher pay raise. Majority Floor Leader Jon Echols said Friday work already is underway on potential changes to a broad tax-increase plan. Echols says he's remaining in touch with the governor's office and that he's working on potential 'tweaks' to the plan that could garner the necessary 76 votes in the House.  A sweeping package of tax hikes on tobacco, fuel, alcohol and oil and gas production fell five votes short in the House after an eight-week special session. Governor Mary Fallin vetoed a backup budget plan approved by lawmakers that would have further slashed agency budgets and implored them to return for a second special session.  No date has been set.
  • Lindsay Weiss once lost her cellphone and got it back, so she and a friend knew what they had to do when they discovered a camera under a pew during a festival in the Nevada desert - even though it meant giving up their coveted, shady seat for a musical performance. The friends snapped a quick selfie and took the device to the lost-and-found, so the owner could claim it and the pair could “forever be a part of their journey,” Weiss said. “Losing something out there on the playa makes its mark on your trip,” she said of the sprawling counterculture gathering known as Burning Man. “Kinda makes you feel like a loser.” Cameras and IDs are among the more common belongings that end up in the lost-and-found after the event billed as North America’s largest outdoor arts festival. Other items left behind in the dusty, 5-square-mile encampment include shoes, keys, stuffed animals - even dentures. Still missing are a marching band hat with gold mirror tiles, a furry cheetah vest, a headdress with horns and a chainmail loincloth skirt. “As of mid-November, we’ve recovered 2,479 items and returned 1,279,” said Terry Schoop, who helps oversee the recovery operation at Burning Man’s San Francisco headquarters.