The 2019 Oklahoma High School Hoops Showcase: What You Need to Know

The Ford Game of the Week live on YurView and February 2, 2019

Just one day shy of the most popular American sports games of the year, one of the biggest Oklahoma sporting events will take place in Tulsa.

SMG Special Events and BOK Center proudly present the fourth annual High School Hoops Showcase, which will feature 16 of the best high school basketball teams in the Tulsa Metro area playing at BOK Center all in one day.

The eight games begin at 9 a.m. and should last for about 12 hours. The final four games, starting at 3 p.m. CT, will be live on Yurview Oklahoma for customers of Cox Communications and streamed on as part of the Ford Game of the Week.

BOK High School Hoops Showcase

Here’s a breakdown of the final four games:
3:00: Broken Arrow vs Union (Girls)

Broken Arrow vs Union will tip off our broadcast coverage at 3 p.m. CT. These two teams originally met on Dec. 11, where Union, who has sprinted out to an 11-2 start this season, defeated Broken Arrow, 45-39.

4:30: Edison vs Memorial (Boys)

Then, Edison versus Memorial (boys) will start at 4:30 p.m. CT. As back-to-back 5A state champions and sitting with a 14-3 record this season.

The final two games of the showcase will feature the Booker T. Washington boys and girls teams. First, the Booker T. Washington girls will square off against Bartlesville.

6:00: Bartlesville vs Booker T. Washington (Girls)

These two squads didn’t play each other last season, but Bartlesville first-year coach, Donnie Martin, faced Booker T. Washington in the 5A state championship game last season as head coach of Pryor.

7:30: Sand Springs vs Booker T. Washington (Boys)

Capping off the night, Sand Springs versus Booker T. Washington (boys) will tip at 7:30 p.m. CT. Loaded with talent, both teams are aiming to make a run at the state championship this winter.

Players to Watch

Keylan and Kalib Boone, Memorial

A pair of 3-star prospects, the Memorial twin brothers are both signed to play at Oklahoma State.

Parker Clarida, Memorial

The senior is coming off a night for the ages, where he shot 80 percent and made all of his free-throw attempts on the way to a game-high 25 points against Deer Creek last Friday.

Bryce Thompson, Booker T. Washington

A 4-star shooting guard in the 2020 class, Thompson has reportedly received 10 scholarship offers, including from Kansas, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

Kaylon Finley, Edison

Finley earned the boys’ basketball Player of the Week honor in The Tulsa World a couple weeks ago. He’s come on strong in January with a couple 20-point games.

Chloe Martin, Bartlesville

The Bartlesville girls basketball team is a family affair for the Martins.

Chloe dominated as a sophomore in 2017-18 and has become an upperclassman leader this season. In 2018-19, she’s playing for both of her parents. Donnie Martin and his wife, Lori, are both in their first seasons on the Bartlesville girls basketball coaching staff.

How to Watch

Watch the final four games of the 2019 High School Hoops Showcase starting at 3 p.m. CT on Yurview Oklahoma or stream them live at

BOK High School Hoops Showcase