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Men's Hoops Slips Up Against Tech, 78-69

LaceDarius Dunn led the Bears with 21 points.


LaceDarius Dunn led the Bears with 21 points.

Feb. 19, 2011


Texas Tech (12-15, 4-8) - 78
Baylor (17-9, 6-6) - 69
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  1ST 2ND F
32
46
78
27
42
69
 
 Stats Comparison
Points 78
69
FG Made-Attempted 28-55 23-49
FG Percentage .509 .469
3PT Made-Attempted 6-17 4-18
3PT Percentage .353 .222
FT Made-Attempted 16-19
19-26
FT Percentage .842 .731
Rebounds 31 30
Turnovers 11 16
 
Stat Leaders
Reese
17
Pts 21 Dunn
Lewandowski 11 Rbs 7 Jones III
Roberson
4
Assts. 4
Walton
Tairu
3
Stls 4
Walton
Reese 1
Blks 2
Morgan
 
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WACO, Texas (AP) - Brad Reese scored 12 of his 17 points after halftime and short-handed Texas Tech snapped a four-game losing streak with a 78-69 victory over Baylor on Saturday night.

John Roberson added 16 points for the Red Raiders (12-15, 4-8 Big 12), while David Tairu had 12. Robert Lewandowski had 12 points and 11 rebounds in 25 minutes.

Mike Singletary, Tech's top rebounder and No. 2 scorer, was out with a calf injury. Then two of the Red Raiders' post players fouled out - Jaye Crockett with 15 minutes left, and D'walyn Roberts with 10 minutes.

The Bears (17-9, 6-6) still trailed the final 26 minutes of the game.

Baylor was within 64-62 and with the ball after a turnover by Reese with 3:51 left. But the Bears had three consecutive turnovers, by three different players.

LaceDarius Dunn, who became Baylor's career scoring leader in the previous game, had a game-high 21 points. He was only 1 of 6 on 3-pointers, the make coming with 21 seconds left to stretch his school-record streak to 40 consecutive games with a 3-pointer.

Anthony Jones has 11 points for the Bears, and Perry Jones had 10.

Texas Tech went ahead to stay when Paul Cooper's jumper with 6 minutes left in the first half made it 24-23.

That was part of a 15-6 run by the Red Raiders over the final 7:20 of the first half when Baylor didn't make a field goal.

Baylor, whose only other home loss this season was to No. 1 Kansas, is 5-6 its last 11 games.

Baylor jumped out to an early 14-6 lead, but Tech scored eight consecutive points and got even on a dunk by Reese.


 

 

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