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K-State drops 77-68 decision to No. 1 Baylor - Jan 15, 2017


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Xavier Sneed (6'5''-F-97) set up on the baseline and dropped in a 3-point shot, giving Kansas State a two-point lead over No. 1 Baylor with 10 minutes remaining. There was still a long way to go, but K-State was on the verge of grabbing momentum in a tight ballgame. As Sneed's shot ripped through the net, K-State coach Bruce Weber called a timeout. Bramlage Coliseum was rocking with 'Sandstorm' blaring and the crowd at a fervor pitch, but instead of seizing the moment the Wildcats lost their grip. Baylor displayed the form that vaulted it to the top spot in the polls earlier in the week, ripping off a 13-4 run to gain control and go on to a 77-68 victory over the No. 25 Wildcats on Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum. 'It was to give us some rest,' Weber said of the timeout. 'We've had trouble defending in second halves and I wanted to make sure we had legs. I guess it was a change of momentum for them so you can put that on me. 'I felt we had struggled for three or four possessions in a row on offense. We got stops on the other end, then Xavier hit the shot and I just wanted to give us a little breather there.' Sneed's 3-pointer gave the Wildcats - 13-4 overall and 2-3 in the Big 12 with their third loss in four games - a 47-45 lead with 9:59 to play at the timeout. 'It was more of a breather to calm down and come back strong and get stops,' Sneed said of the timeout. 'It was a good timeout by coach to calm us down. That was a time they didn't go 1-3-1 (zone) and we talked about man sets in that timeout.' It was the Bears (16-1, 4-1) who gathered themselves. Ishmail Wainright hit a go-ahead 3-pointer and had another trey in the decisive spurt that gave them a 58-51 lead with 6:32 remaining. 'We were able to get some stops and get into transition and make a couple of 3s,' Baylor coach Scott Drew said. 'Ish had a huge 3 and his tip dunk (for a 68-60 lead) was a big momentum boost. He hit huge shots.' The Wildcats trailed 31-30 at halftime, unable to take full advantage of foul trouble on Baylor's top two players, point guard Manu Lecomte (5'11''-PG-95) (three) and forward Johnathan Motley (two) that limited them to 10 minutes each. 'We struggled a little bit with that zone early,' Weber said. 'We didn't look over it and I kept telling them to look down the field because they have four guys up top. We got it to the corners a little bit and made some 3s, but we forced some shots out of rhythm. We should have had a little bit of a lead at halftime.' The teams traded shots early in the second half, but K-State hurt itself with turnovers - 12 of its 15 in the second half - and giving up 16 offensive rebounds to the Bears. 'Second-chance points hurt us, 18-5,' Weber said. 'Points off turnovers hurt us with 15 turnovers and we only had three at the half. Too many turnovers, which led to a couple of easy hoops and allowed them to get their head up.' The Wildcats were never closer than five points over the final six minutes. 'They out-toughed us those last 10 minutes and were able to finish off the game,' said D.J. Johnson, who led K-State with 20 points. 'We didn't execute and do the little things. They did, and that's why they got the win.' Manu Lecomte finished with 26 points while Wainright and Allerik Freeman (6'3''-G-94) had 15 each for the Bears. 'Their guards are good and they executed and made plays,' Weber said. 'We just didn't have an answer for them. 'We competed but they were just better today. That's why they're No. 1.'
Courtesy of: cjonline.com   




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