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Tuesday 2/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




W VIRGINIA (19 - 8) at BAYLOR (17 - 10)
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Tuesday, 2/20/2018 7:00 PM
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503W VIRGINIA143-1
W VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-8-15.911-129-1380.540.643.4%38.468.432.041.7%34.6
Road Games7-5-4.75-75-675.939.141.1%36.174.635.344.9%36.2
Last 5 Games3-2-73-21-480.040.048.3%34.671.033.442.2%30.0
Conference Games8-6-10.48-64-977.237.943.9%36.171.633.843.5%32.8
W VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.540.628-6543.4%9-2635.2%15-2076.6%381315218125
vs opponents surrendering71.733.426-5943.1%8-2234.3%13-1871.5%35914186134
Team Stats (Road Games)75.939.127-6541.1%9-2733.6%13-1777.1%361215239144
Stats Against (All Games)68.432.022-5341.7%7-2035.7%17-2472.2%35912196174
vs opponents averaging74.535.526-5845.4%8-2235.4%14-1971.7%36914187134
Stats Against (Road Games)74.635.324-5244.9%8-2037.1%20-2772.8%36913186174

BAYLOR - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-10-1.913-77-1276.435.247.2%38.968.932.940.9%32.1
Home Games12-3+1.26-34-581.637.550.2%39.966.131.340.1%30.7
Last 5 Games5-0+5.85-02-372.231.847.7%37.863.427.037.2%33.6
Conference Games7-7-0.910-45-971.631.444.1%37.870.434.041.1%34.1
BAYLOR Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.435.228-5947.2%7-1935.9%14-1973.5%391015175135
vs opponents surrendering73.534.226-5943.8%8-2234.5%14-1971.2%36914196144
Team Stats (Home Games)81.637.530-5950.2%7-1936.9%15-2172.0%401117165135
Stats Against (All Games)68.932.925-6040.9%8-2333.8%12-1770.6%32914186114
vs opponents averaging77.136.927-6045.1%8-2335.7%14-2071.8%36915186134
Stats Against (Home Games)66.131.324-6140.1%7-2332.2%10-1471.5%31914195124
Average power rating of opponents played: W VIRGINIA 80.3,  BAYLOR 80.7
W VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/1/2018@ KANSAS ST77-69W-2W147.5U30-5653.6%381820-5635.7%2715
1/13/2018@ TEXAS TECH71-72L4.5W144U23-5939.0%311322-4450.0%2713
1/22/2018@ TCU73-82L-2L155P25-7533.3%401225-5942.4%4616
1/31/2018@ IOWA ST77-93L-8.5L146.5O29-6743.3%32936-5862.1%328
2/3/2018KANSAS ST89-51W-7W145U28-5154.9%361214-4729.8%2415
2/5/2018@ OKLAHOMA75-73W4W166.5U30-7142.3%381125-5644.6%3615
2/10/2018OKLAHOMA ST85-88L-12.5L150O28-5451.9%281224-5246.2%3113
2/17/2018@ KANSAS69-77L3.5L152.5U27-6144.3%331322-4746.8%308
2/20/2018@ BAYLOR              
2/24/2018IOWA ST              
2/26/2018TEXAS TECH              
3/3/2018@ TEXAS              

BAYLOR - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/9/2018@ W VIRGINIA54-57L10W148U19-5335.8%442119-6131.1%3611
1/13/2018@ IOWA ST65-75L-3L144U23-6734.3%461226-6341.3%419
1/15/2018OKLAHOMA ST76-60W-4.5W145.5U29-6445.3%36821-5240.4%3114
1/20/2018@ KANSAS67-70L8W144U24-6040.0%391121-5240.4%3711
1/22/2018KANSAS ST83-90L-5L134O28-6046.7%361528-4957.1%2010
1/27/2018@ FLORIDA60-81L7L140O24-6040.0%381527-5251.9%3012
1/30/2018@ OKLAHOMA96-98L5.5W153.5O35-7447.3%34830-5653.6%3513
2/3/2018IOWA ST81-67W-9W141O30-6050.0%431623-6734.3%3514
2/6/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST67-56W2W145U26-4854.2%331922-5937.3%3013
2/12/2018@ TEXAS74-73W3W132O31-6845.6%461326-7236.1%345
2/17/2018TEXAS TECH59-57W1W132.5U18-5433.3%341220-5139.2%3818
2/20/2018W VIRGINIA              
2/24/2018@ TCU              
3/3/2018@ KANSAS ST              
W VIRGINIA: Last season: 28-9, lost to Gonzaga in West Regional semifinals
Who's gone: F Nathan Adrian, G Tarik Phillip, F Elijah Macon.
Who's back: G Jevon Carter, the reigning Big 12 defensive player of the year, averaged 13.5 points, five rebounds, 2.5 steals and was the team's top 3-pointer shooter last season; G Daxter Miles Jr. averaged 8.8 points; F Lamont West; F Sagaba Konate; G James Bolden, F Maciej Bender.
Who's new: 6-8 Wesley Harris averaged 18.2 points and 8.4 rebounds and 6-6 D'Angelo Hunter averaging 15.8 points and four rebounds in junior college; freshman F Teddy Allen was the top prep scorer in Nebraska, averaging 31.7 points at Boys Town.
The Skinny: West Virginia has finished second in the Big 12 the past two seasons and has been picked runner-up again to perennial power Kansas. But the Mountaineers will be without second-leading scorer Esa Ahmad for the first half of the season after he failed to meet NCAA eligibility requirements. That will put pressure on a group of forwards with one combined start to produce until he gets back.
BAYLOR: Last season: 27-8, NCAA Sweet 16.
Who's gone: F Johnathan Motley, the team's top scorer and rebounder (17.3 points, 9.9 rebounds per game), G Al Freeman, G Ishmail Wainright.
Who's back: PG Manu Lecomte is the top returning scorer at 12.2 points with 3.8 assists a game. The former Miami transfer from Belgium was the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year last season; 7-foot F Jo Lual-Acuil Jr. (9.2 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.5 blocks per game), a sixth-year senior; F Terry Maston, who scored 19 points in each of Baylor's first two NCAA Tournament games; G King McClure, a 3-point shooting threat; G Jake Lindsey; and F Nuni Omot.
Who's new: F Tristan Clark, a Class 6A player of the year after his senior year at San Antonio's Wagner High; G Tyson Jolly sat out last year after originally signing with California, but got his release after a coaching change; high-flying freshman F Mark Vital; 7-foot F Leonard Allen.
The Skinny: With three key starters back from a Sweet 16 team, including the point guard and the big man who keeps improving, Drew has a team that should be in the upper half of the Big 12 again. And that should be good enough for their eighth NCAA bid in 11 years.
No. 21 West Virginia gets short turnaround for visit to Baylor

WACO, Texas -- With barely anytime to react or recover from an eventful weekend, No. 21 West Virginia plays at Baylor on Tuesday night.

The college basketball world, and especially the Big 12 are still buzzing about the fireworks of Saturday night.

Baylor defeated a top 10 opponent for the second straight Saturday by edging No. 7 Texas Tech, 59-57. Meanwhile, West Virginia blew an 8-point lead in the final 4 minutes as the Mountaineers fell at Kansas, 77-69.

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins put the blame squarely on the officials following his team's loss to the Jayhawks. Kansas made 26 of 35 free throws while the Mountaineers made 1 of 2.

"I've been doing this 40 years," Huggins said in his postgame press conference. "I don't think I've ever been in a game where we shot two free throws. I don't think I've ever been in a game where the disparity was 35-2."

Huggins, who was ejected from the Kansas game with 7.9 seconds remaining, suggested that the referees should be answering questions about the calls they made and didn't make. College basketball referees can be questioned by a pool reporter about specific controversial calls, but the West Virginia coach didn't single out any one specific play.

The free-throw shooting aside, West Virginia went more than three minutes without scoring down the stretch in the loss to the Jayhawks. The Mountaineers hit just 2 of 9 shots in the last four minutes as Kansas went on a 19-6 run.

There's more bad news for West Virginia (19-8, 8-6 Big 12) as it must stay on the road and face the hottest team in the Big 12.

Baylor (17-10, 7-7) has won five straight and gone from a mediocre campaign to part of the conversation for the NCAA Tournament.

Bears coach Scott Drew said his team stayed upbeat even when they lost 8 of 10 games from the end of December through January.

"Anytime you go through a tough spell like we did, one of two things happen: You either become closer or you start to point fingers." Drew said. "Our leaders really did a good job to make sure it was the come closer rather than the point fingers. And hence, we've been able to win a couple close games, get confidence, get momentum."

However, the Baylor players seem to be aware that, while they've climbed up from the bottom part of the Big 12 standings, there's still plenty of work left with games at TCU and Kansas State and one more home game versus Oklahoma following the West Virginia tilt.

"The story stays the same for us," Baylor forward Jo Lual-Acuil said. "We kind of dug ourselves in a hole and every game is still very important to us. It doesn't mean anything if we lose tomorrow. The biggest thing is to protect your home court."

Huggins had a similar challenge for his team after the frustrating loss to Kansas.

"It wasn't (the players) fault and the best way to respond to this is go win the rest of 'em," Huggins said.

Last Updated: 12/18/2018 5:09:32 PM EST

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