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Motley leads #4 Bears past the Sooners

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The #4 Baylor Bears have defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 76-50 at Lloyd Noble Center.

The Bears improved to 13-0. The Sooners fell to 6-6.

Johnathan Motley led the Bears with 19 points, 13 rebounds, an assist and three blocks. Manu Lecomté added 14 points, three assists, and two steals. Jo Lual-Acuil Jr. contributed 12 points, eight rebounds and an assist.

Fellow starters Al Freeman and Ishmail Wainwright combined for nine points. Freeman also had three rebounds and two assists. Wainwright had five rebounds and three assists.

Johnathan Motley (Getty Images)

Johnathan Motley (Getty Images)

Baylor had 17 bench points. Terry Maston led these players with six points.

They were 9-of-19 from three-point range. Lecomté was four-of-five from beyond the arc.

Christian James led the Sooners with 11 points. He was the only Oklahoma player in double figures, as he also had two assists.

Khadeem Lattin added eight points, four rebounds, an assist and three blocks. Rashard Odomes contributed five points, seven rebounds and two assists.

Fellow starters Jordan Shepherd and Kristian Doolittle combined for two points. Shepherd also had two rebounds, two assists and a steal. Doolittle had four rebounds, three assists and a block.

Oklahoma had 24 bench points. Kameron McGusty led these players with nine points and two rebounds.

They were 8-of-23 from three-point range. Darrion Strong-Moore went two-of-four from beyond the arc.

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