Baylor Bears Basketball

The Baylor Bears basketball team represents Baylor University in Waco, Texas, in NCAA Division I men's basketball competition. The Bears compete in the Big 12 Conference. The team plays its home games in Ferrell Center and is currently coached by Scott Drew.

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... The men's basketball program was plagued by scandal in 2003 ... The 2005 Bears were hindered by only having 7 scholarship players and recorded only one win in conference play ... The 2006 Bears included Aaron Bruce, the highest scoring freshman in the NCAA in 2005, and Mamadou Diene, rated one of the top 10 centers for the 2007 NBA draft ...

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