Ole Miss basketball score vs. Oklahoma: Live updates from ESPN Events Invitational final

Ole Miss basketball is looking to score its seventh consecutive win to open the season and claim a title in the process.

The Rebels (6-0) take on Oklahoma (5-1) in the final of the ESPN Events Invitational in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday afternoon.

A win would give the Rebels their first 7-0 start since the 2007-08 season, when Andy Kennedy's team went 24-11 and reached the semifinal of the NIT.

The Rebels' path to the tournament final has seen them defeat Stanford, 72-68, and Siena, 74-62. Freshman guard Amaree Abram has been the revelation of the tournament, scoring a combined 45 points over those two games while shooting 18-of-26 from the floor. Jaemyn Brakefield has also been excellent for the Rebels, with 17 points in each of the event's first two games.

The Sooners arrive in the final having earned victories over Nebraska and Seton Hall. They're led in scoring by 6-foot-2 guard Grant Sherfield, who averages 16.2 points per game.

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Ole Miss basketball vs. Oklahoma: Start time, TV info

Ole Miss basketball vs. Oklahoma tips off at 12:30 p.m. CT. The game will air on ESPN.

Ole Miss basketball vs. Oklahoma: Live score updates

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