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Bahamas Bounces Back | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO DORSETT In a game they had to have, the Bahamas men's national team rebounded from an opening day loss and evened their record at the 2016 Centrobasket tournament. Every member of team Bahamas scored in a lopsided 82-58 win in their second game of the tournament hosted at the Roberto Duran Arena in Panama. Deandre Ayton finished with 18 points, nine rebounds and five blocks to lead the Bahamas while Able Joseph added 15 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals. Tehran Cox and David Nesbitt each finished with eight points while Kentwan Smith added seven. Leon Cooper and Michael Carey each chipped in with six points. Daniel Simmons led Costa Rica with 13 points and Carlos Quesada added 10. With Joseph and Smith inserted into the starting lineup against Costa Rica, the Bahamas got off to a much better start than they did in game one where they opened the game with four straight turnovers. Kino Burrows made a floater to cap a 12-0 run for the Bahamas early