Nash Breaks Through in Big Oklahoma St. Win

Associated Press

Shortly after he arrived on campus, Le'Bryan Nash was given a list of rules to follow as a member of the Oklahoma State basketball team. One stood out above the rest.

Never say anything negative.

“All negative talk does is bring people down,” Nash said. “We always talk positive, always try to lift each other up.”

It hasn’t been easy.

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