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Bears claw the Rams in Atlantis

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The #20 Baylor Bears defeated the VCU Rams, 71-63, on Wednesday afternoon.

The Bears advanced in the Battle for Atlantis at the Imperial Arena on Paradise Island, Bahamas. Baylor is 4-0, while VCU is now 3-1.

Johnathan Motley (Getty Images)

Johnathan Motley (Getty Images)

On Thurs., the Bears will face the winner of the Michigan State Spartans and the St. John’s Red Storm.

Johnathan Motley led the Bears with 19 points. Manu Lecomte had 16 and Al Freeman had 15. Fellow starters Ishmail Wainwright and Jo Lual-Aouil Jr. combined for nine points.

Baylor had 12 bench points. Terry Maston had eight of those points and Jake Lindsey had four.

JeQuan Lewis had 21 points for the Rams. Ahmed Hamdy-Mohamed had 14 and Jonathan Williams had 12. Fellow starters Jordan Burgess and Malik Crowfield had zero points.

VCU had 16 bench points. Samir Doughty had eight of those points.

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