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Nunn, RayJ's Passing & Missi Lobs: Immediate Takeaways from Baylor's Win over Texas Tech

February 6, 2024
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This game mattered for a host of reasons. First, it showed Baylor could beat a good team playing closer to B- basketball. There were good moments, but I didn’t feel like Baylor played close to its best basketball tonight. That’s a big win. The Bears have felt like they’ve needed to be perfect in key stretches. Tonight Baylor overcame some clunker minutes to get it done. 

Second, it mattered because Baylor remains in the thick of the Big 12 title race.

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Nunn, RayJ's Passing & Missi Lobs: Immediate Takeaways from Baylor's Win over Texas Tech

1,665 Views | 4 Replies | Last: 19 days ago by canoso
billy21
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Bear2014
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a win is a win and that is great, but this team has to learn to finish and to keep a lead. Theres no way that we can go to Allen Fieldhouse, go to Houston and probably lubbock and come out with a win if we constantly let teams come back (or conversely, get into a 10-15 point hole). Why cant we keep and build upon leads? Also free throws. we are not a good charity point team and has cost us 2 or 3 games
IowaBear
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We get Houston at home this year. But your point remains true. Have got to get better at closing games. Not sure the FT situation will be fixed. We're probably gonna have to accept this team isn't good at the FT line especially late in games
canoso
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Bear2014 said:

a win is a win and that is great, but this team has to learn to finish and to keep a lead. Theres no way that we can go to Allen Fieldhouse, go to Houston and probably lubbock and come out with a win if we constantly let teams come back (or conversely, get into a 10-15 point hole). Why cant we keep and build upon leads? Also free throws. we are not a good charity point team and has cost us 2 or 3 games
If you watch what happens immediately after we score, you'll see it's one step forward and one step back a lot of the time. We give up a basket, foul, or turn the ball over on our next possession a decently high percentage of the time. Sometimes I wonder if it's some kind of team rule.
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