All-time Oklahoma March Madness starting lineup

The Sooners are likely heading back to the NCAA Tournament in 2024, and anyone on this year's team could instantly become an OU legend with a run through March and join these players. These are Oklahoma's best March Madness performers at each position.

Oklahoma Sooners forward Blake Griffin (23)
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Sixth Man: Aaron McGhee, F

While McGhee may not be the best player on this list or the most accomplished of the options for sixth-man, the 2002 Final Four team deserves recognition and McGhee was the star of the show in the tournament. Hollis Price was the team’s leader and became an All-American in 2003, but in the 2002 tournament run, McGhee dominated. 

He opened the tournament with 26 points, 12 rebounds, two blocks, two assists, and a steal against Illinois Chicago and averaged 21.8 points and 7.2 rebounds over five games in that year’s tournament. He shot 52.2% from the field, but foul trouble got to him in the Regional Final against Missouri and the Final Four loss to Indiana. 

McGhee played just 20 minutes in the win over Mizzou and fouled out after 30 minutes against the Hoosiers.

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