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Baylor Bears Win Against Iowa State

Author : Marianne Conway

Submitted : 2012-02-15 00:00:00    Word Count : 774    Popularity:   Not Rated

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WACO, Texas (AP) -- Perry Jones III and Baylor never lost confidence, whilst losing consecutive games for any second time in 30 days.
They were given back in line in a hurry.
Jones rediscovered his shooting touch with 18 points additionally, the ninth-ranked Bears rebounded from two big losses which has a 79-64 victory over Iowa State on Monday night, 2 days after losing at Missouri through the same margin.
"The coaching staff and my teammates kept me confident although my shot didn't fall previous times week or so," Jones said. "They still kept me shooting the ball. It'll can start. It's just not moving in today. At first, I'm type of down because I felt like I wasn't making nothing and hurting my team, but they also kept me inside groove."
Jones already had 10 points by halftime, a further than he previously combined yesterday when Baylor (22-4, 9-4 Big 12) lost to No. 4 Kansas with zero. 3 Missouri in consecutive games to the second time this holiday season.
The Bears are undefeated resistant to the rest of the Big 12 and the group they've played, and clearly proven themselves when the league's third-best team for now. Iowa State (18-8, 8-5) had won four from the previous five games to tie them for third place.
"We definitely were required to bounce back," freshman Quincy Miller said. "Our confidence was still up, but those were very hard blows."
Miller, who matched Jones with 8-of-13 shooting, added 16 points for your Bears. Anthony Jones had 12 points and Quincy Acy 11.
Jones, the preseason Big 12 player of the year, had been a combined 3 for 20 inside the two games a couple weeks ago.
In Baylor's previous home game last Wednesday, Jones dunked an alley-oop pass to get started the experience but missed his next seven shots while scoring only five points from the 68-54 loss. Jones was just 2-of-12 shooting Saturday within a 72-57 loss at Missouri.
Melvin Ejim had 17 points to guide the Cyclones. Royce White added 14 points with seven turnovers after scoring a career-high 25 points within a 69-46 stand out Texas A&M.
"We were great, had probably our best effort against A&M on Saturday, and that is certainly have got to function as constant," Iowa State coach Fed Hoiberg said. "You have to defend every evening to present a possiblity to win. I cannot get how we defended in addition to we did on Saturday and turn and come back tonight and get the type of effort which we did."
Baylor shot 60 % (33 of 55) at the tables, with 24 assists in support of eight turnovers.
When the Cyclones shot 55 percent (16 of 29) inside better half, Baylor made 72 percent (21 of 29) in this particular same span - many on dunks while scoring 32 points in the paint
Baylor never trailed. Brady Heslip opened the overall game which includes a 3-pointer before Jones had two free throws and designed a 13-foot jumper for that 7-0 lead.
"This is a improved press conference versus last two," coach Scott Drew said following your game. "Everyone's visiting face adversity, it is certainly how you will stand up from this. We've had outstanding leadership this complete year we thought they did an admirable job getting us wanting to play today. ... The men really responded and played well."
The Cyclones were within 48-42 when Tyrus McGee hit a 3-pointer in the left side with 12:42 left.
From a timeout, Jones scored on thunderous dunk off an alley-oop pass from Miller, who then responded which includes a one-handed slam after White had opted around him however for any dunk.
Baylor stretched charge to 58-46 when Jones drove hard for that layup. Another dunk off an alley-oop by Jones, this particular one from Acy, caused it to be 72-57 with only under 3 minutes left.
The Cyclones taking six consecutive games in Waco, where they last won in 2000. The teams play again within the regular season finale March 3 at Iowa State.
White's jumper eight minutes into the game had gotten Iowa State within 13-9.
But Anthony Booker was requested a technical foul following the made basket, with officials reviewing the replay that showed him involved in Acy.
Pierre Jackson made both free throws about the technical. Baylor retained possession and Gary Franklin hit a 3-pointer for any 18-9 lead.
The nearest Iowa State got subsequently was 22-19 after Ejim's steal brought about Perry Gibson's layup.
Baylor put an end to that 8-0 spurt with Miller's pass to Jones for an additional pair two-handed slam. That has been already his third field goal, matching his total from this morning.
"This is definitely the way we're expected to play," Miller said of his experience of Jones. "It's coming along well."

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