Vanderbilt-Baylor postgame notes

Dec. 4, 2014

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Baylor 66, Vanderbilt 63
Memorial Gym
December 4, 2014

-The Commodores drop to 5-2 record for the 2014-15 season.
-The Vanderbilt Commodores are now 8-2 against Baylor.
-Head coach Kevin Stallings is now 0-1 against the Bears.
-Vanderbilt extended its three-point streak to 903 games.
-Attendance against Baylor was 7,740.

Team Notes
-Vanderbilt scored a season low 25 points in the first half.
-Dores went on an 11-3 run stretching from the end of the first half to the beginning of the second.
-The Commodores ended the night with three players scoring in double digits – Damian Jones (21), Luke Kornet (13), and James Siakam (12).
-Vanderbilt’s 78.3% clip from charity stripe (18-23) was its best percentage of the season.
-Vanderbilt was 13-15 (86.7%) in second half from the free-throw line.
-Both the Commodores and the Bears committed 14 turnovers
-Vanderbilt had six blocks and eight steals on the night.
-Bears outrebounded the Commodores, 33-30, 13-10 on the offensive glass, and outscored Vanderbilt, 14-12, in second-chance points.
-Baylor led the Commodores in assists, 15-11.
-The Bears were 10-18 from three on the night, a 55.6% clip, the best by an opponent against the Commodores this season. Vanderbilt was only 3-17 on the night (17.6%).
-Vanderbilt’s perimeter players were a combined 1-14 from beyond-the-arc.

Player Notes
-Damian Jones scored 21 points on the night, his fourth 20-plus point game of the season. He was also 9-9 from behind the free throw line – the nine
made free throws was a career-high.
-Jones led the Commodores with nine rebounds. Luke Kornet added eight rebounds.
-Kornet also scored 13 points, his ninth career game in double figures and his sixth of this season. He also added three blocks.
-Siakam was 5-6 from the floor on the night and 2-3 from the charity stripe and ended with 12 points.