Oral Roberts (13-5, 8-0) won its seventh straight game and sits atop the Summit League standings.
UMKC's 47 points were the lowest output of the season for the Kangaroos (7-14, 2-6), and the 28-point defeat was their biggest losing margin. No. 2 Kansas and Missouri both managed to beat UMKC by only 23.
Oral Roberts trailed once, on a 3-pointer by UMKC's Brian Gettinger 1:24 into the game that made the score 3-2. By halftime, though, the Golden Eagles had built a 42-19 lead.
The biggest margin came with 4:48 left in the game on a basket by Andre Hardy that made it 71-35.
Robert Jarvis and Moses Ehambe scored 12 points each for Oral Roberts, Shawn King added 11 and Hardy had 6.
Nathan Balch was the only Kangaroo in double figures with a career-high 12 points.
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