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Bowdy scores 33, but Fresh hang loss on porous defense - Jan 20, 2013


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GIANNI PASCUCCI
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Jay Bowdy
The North Texas Fresh could only blame themselves on Sunday, Jan. 12 night, giving the Texas Cyclones a galore of open looks to carry them to a 105 89 victory.
The Fresh had not led since early in the 1st quarter when Jay Bowdy (6'6''-F/G-83, college: W.Georgia) put them up 2 - 0. The Cyclones then made a 15 0 run. The Fresh' inability to play hard nose defense was the definite downfall but might be the reason they become a team to look out for as the season progresses.
"Weve had one practice," Dominique Ingram said. "We said it consistently: It's an adjustment we can make but we did well for one practice. It will be scary to see how we are during mid season.
One thing to be excited about was the return and play of Jay Bowdy. He finished with a season and current league high 33 points on 13 23 shooting. Questions have rose all off season rather he would return in great form or not and it has looked good early so far.
We wanted to get him [Bowdy] involved early, stated Assistant Coach Brandon Wilson. Throughout the game with the ball in his hands the defense didnt have an answer for him and he adapted to the defensive changes they [Cyclones] made against him. Any other night with his performance would have been a win to mark for us, but we couldnt make stops.
The Cyclones, playing on their home floor, came out shooting from behind the arc like it were mid range shots; shooting almost 60% from long range. The lead stayed in double digits through the course of the game. At one point the lead was cut to 8 with back to back foul and basket counts by A'Daeron Duncan (6'7''-F-87, college: N.Kentucky) (25 points) but the league quickly extended to double digits once more.
The loss puts the Fresh at 0 -1 in conference play and gave the Cyclones its first win of the season as they start 0 2. The Fresh sit at 5th in the Western Conference but look to pull to the top position as the team builds chemistry.
Were going to be just fine, stated Head Coach Lisa Bowdy . We just need to make sure that every player does what they need to do by playing the role given to them and having some pride on the defensive end. I believe we have what it takes with this team   




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