From Hallie Hart at The Oklahoman:

Two Oklahoma high school boys basketball teams ended their Tuesday night game with a combined score of six points.

It’s not a typo.

Six points.

Weatherford defeated Anadarko, 4-2, in a Class 4A matchup on the Eagles’ court.

If you’re curious how this happened, the full game broadcast is available at Neither team had one point at the end of the first quarter, and Anadarko continued to employ the stall ball strategy.

In the third quarter, one possession for the Warriors lasted nearly seven minutes before officials called a foul and Weatherford called timeout.

So they don’t have a shot clock out there, which resulted in one team just passing the ball around over and over again. I watched the entire first quarter and Weatherford sat in a 1-3-1 zone while Anadarko kept moving it around the perimeter. About five minutes in, Weatherford switched to 2-3 zone and then went to man, with fans chanting “boring” in the background, then Anadarko tried a contested three pointer with 2 seconds left on the clock and the ball didn’t even land in the paint.

It was brutal, but oddly curious at the same time. The final box score shows eight shot attempts and three free throw attempts. C.J. Nickson led all scorers with four points. Braylen Owens had two points and everyone else combined to shoot 0-4:

An instant classic. Can’t wait to watch the replay on ESPN.