LaceDarius Dunn scored 24 points with seven
3-pointers in his season debut and 12th-ranked Baylor defeated
Lipscomb 72-60 on Monday night.
Dunn, the team's leader scorer last season when Baylor made it
an NCAA regional final and had a school-record 28 wins, was
suspended for the first three games after a domestic dispute charge
involving his girlfriend. He had been allowed to practice.
Consecutive 3-pointers by Dunn put the Bears (4-0) up 9-0 less
than 4 minutes into the game. After Dunn missed his first shot 2
minutes into the game, A.J. Walton made a 3-pointer and then Dunn
connected from the left corner on consecutive possessions.
After halftime, Dunn made four 3s in the first 3 minutes to send
the crowd into a frenzy and stretch the lead to 47-30.
Jordan Burgason had 15 points to lead Lipscomb (2-2), whose
other loss this season was to 25th-ranked North Carolina.