LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -Blake Griffin, Oklahoma's standout freshman, left Monday night's game against No. 3 Kansas with an apparent knee injury.
The 6-foot-10 Griffin crashed to the court after banging bodies going for a rebound and stayed down holding his left knee. He hobbled to the bench and then into the locker room. He returned to sit on the bench but kept his warmups on.
Griffin was the Big 12's freshman of the week after scoring 53 points in his last two games. He leads the Sooners in scoring, rebounding and steals.

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