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Andrew Lovedale had 10 points and was the only other player in double figures for Davidson, which stuck around by only committing five turnovers against the deeper and taller Sooners.
Oklahoma had a 43-31 advantage on the boards but committed 17 turnovers.
Warren, who had missed the first 10 3-pointers of his college career, made three of them as the Sooners turned an early five-point deficit into a 21-14 lead with a 19-7 run.
Curry kept the Wildcats in it by scoring 17 of their 20 points during one stretch, but his teammates were able to stay within striking distance even after he went to the bench with three fouls at the 6:16 mark.
Davidson went 1-for-9 from the field and missed two of its four free throws the rest of the half, but Oklahoma still only stretched its lead to 38-34.
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