Oklahoma's Jordan Woodard was fouled on a three-pointer and knocked down his first two free throws. Usually, four-point plays involve making the initial jumper, but Woodard's way was more creative: miss the third shot, wait until it hits the rim, burst into the lane and follow up his own miss with an athletic layup that looked like it was start out of a game of 21. The Sooners are still trailing, but this was a huge play for Oklahoma brilliantly executed by Woodard.
You know who that play reminds us of? Nearby Oklahoman basketball player Russell Westbrook. If you get compared to that guy, you're doing something right.
"That's the Westbrook play!" -- @DarnellMayberry— MikeSherman (@MikeSherman) April 2, 2016