Imagine this scenario: Officially licensed college football and basketball games make their grand return after a far-too-long absence. You throw the college hoops disc into your favorite console, fire up Oklahoma, and destroy your homie via Trae Young's 26 points and 22 assists.
Pretty impressive for a video game, right?
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There's only one problem. Those aren't video game numbers by the freshman guard out of Normam, Oklahoma. Those are real-deal Holyfield stats from Tuesday's 105-68 rout of Northwestern State.
Let's dig a little bit deeper to examine how these video game-like Trae Young stats are somehow a reality with the Sooners.
Trae Young Stats
After skyrocketing his Sooners to a 9-1 start, here's a few Trae Young stats that are downright eye-popping.
The first thing that probably catches your eye is his 28.8-per-game average – which is currently best in Division I. In fact, it's nearly four points better than the second-leading scorer in the nation currently owned by Jordan Howard of Central Arkansas.
He's also near the top for assists and is ranked in the top 60 for steals.
Trae Young 43-Point Performance
Young's points-per-game average received a major boost on November 26 when he throttled Oregon for 43 points on 11 of 22 shooting, including a near-perfect 17 of 18 from the line during his team's 90-80 win.
Mr. Consistency Through 10 Games
10: Number of times he's played 26 minutes or more.
9: Number of 22-point-plus performances.
8: Number of 8-plus assists performances.
7: Number of 2-plus steal games.
6: Season-high three-point shots made on November 30 versus North Texas.
5: Number of games in which he's shot over 50% from the field.
4: Number of ranked Big 12 opponents he'll play between December 30 and January 13.
3: The Wichita State ranking before Young and company knocked them off 91-83 last week.
2: ESPN 2 is the network showing his next game on December 22 versus Northwestern.
1: Number of seasons Young is certain to play before turning pro.
It took Young all of 10 career games to tie the NCAA record for assists in a single game (22), which also broke the previous Big 12 mark.
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