It looks like the last coat of orange and black paint in Oklahoma State's brand new basketball locker room dried just in time for Halloween. The $4 million facilities adjacent to Gallagher-Iba Arena are certainly impressive -- if not decadent -- to say the least. In fact, it's probably more accurate to describe it as a clubhouse than a locker room. Here's a short list of its stand-out features: more flat-screen TVs than a sports bar, a high-tech universal sound system with wall controls in every room, an orange-felt pool table complete with a Cowboys logo on the cue ball, illuminated name placards above each locker, a bar/kitchenette (presumably without alcohol), and marble staircases. It wouldn't surprise us if there were private bedrooms for post-game trystsm too, but the University probably wants to keep that hush-hush.
In the meantime, OSU freshmen ballers Mike Cobbins, Brian Williams, and Markel Brown recently channeled their inner-Hugh Hefner by wearing white bathrobes to co-host an MTV "Cribs"-esque video tour of the basketball team's new digs. There are only a few things missing from the behind-the-scenes exclusive: someone saying "this is where the magic happens," giggling girls in the team hot tub, a "Scarface" poster, and someone holding a glass of cognac, none of which are probably NCAA violations at this point. Watch the video after the jump.
Here are some more photos from the locker room renovation, via OSU Basketball's official site: