CAMERON BAIRSTOW RUMORS

Bulls Brass Impressed By Another New Addition At the FIBA World Cup

After a white knuckled round-of-16 affair, Cameron Bairstow and the Australian’s road at the FIBA World Cup has come to an end. Turkey bested the Boomers by the narrowest of margins, 65-64 on Sunday in Barcelona, Spain. Shattering loss for @AussieBoomers but impressed w/youngsters @matthewdelly & @cbairstow41 in Q4. Both stood up under pressure. #GoBoomers — Jason Bennett...
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September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Bulls Sign Rookie Cameron Bairstow

Posted to The One And OnlyThe Chicago Bulls signed 2014 2nd round draft pick Cameron Bairstow on Monday. At 6’9″, 250 lbs., Bairstow has an NBA ready body, and can shoot (over 50% FG and 70% FT in NCAA). Bairstow will join fellow New Mexico Lobos Tony Snell as part of the Bulls roster. It’s an important move because it is a cheap roster spot option for Gar Forman and John...
Via Sports Mockery
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Bulls Select Cameron Bairstow with 49th Pick

Posted to The Bull PenThe Chicago Bulls have selected New Mexico big man Cameron Bairstow with the 49th pick in the NBA Draft. He was teammates with current Chicago Bulls forward Tony Snell 11 total views, 11 views today The post Chicago Bulls Select Cameron Bairstow with 49th Pick appeared first on Chicago Fan Board.
Via Sports Mockery
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

New Mexico basketball: NCAA tournament preview

The most exciting time of the college basketball season, is finally upon us. The New Mexico Lobos are slotted at the seven seed in the south region of the bracket, set to take on the Stanford Cardinal as the ten seed. The Lobos are coming into the NCAA tournament hot, winning their third straight Mountain West tournament and sporting an overall record of 27-6. Usually for Lobo fans...
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March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Faces of March: Cameron Bairstow

This is the final installment of our Faces of March series, in which we profile five players currently under the national radar who could become breakout stars of the NCAA tournament. Previous profiles include: Grant Gibbs, Creighton Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin Zach LaVine, UCLA Ryan Harrow, Georgia State NCAA tournament games are often about matchups, or a collision of styles between...
Via The Sports Post
March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Bairstow, New Mexico upsets No. 6 SDSU

Cameron Bairstow scored 26 points, including 10 during a second-half run that led New Mexico to a 58-44 victory over No. 6 San Diego State on Saturday night.
Via Philly Sports Live
February 23, 2014  |  Discuss

New Mexico outlasts Wyoming in overtime 66-61

Cameron Bairstow scored four of his 23 points in overtime Saturday to send New Mexico to a tense 66-61 win over Wyoming. Bairstow, who added 11 rebounds, also hit the game-tying shot with 35 seconds left in regulation, while the Cowboys' Larry Nance Jr. missed a potential game-winning shot with one second left. New Mexico's Alex Kirk also had a double-double for the Lobos (18-4...
Via Associated Press
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Bairstow leads New Mexico past San Jose St 72-47

After missing the past two games with a shin injury, New Mexico post Alex Kirk showed little rust in scoring 13 points in 19 minutes Saturday against San Jose State . His return helped the Lobos to a 72-47 win over the Spartans, their 10th straight loss. ''It was great to have Alex back with the team,'' said New Mexico coach Craig Neal. ''He looked really, really, as I would say...
Via Associated Press
February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

New Mexico bounces back, beats Fresno State 89-78

Cameron Bairstow scored 22 points and New Mexico bounced back from a rare home-court loss to UNLV by knocking off Fresno State, 89-78 on the road Saturday night. Fresno State, which has not beaten New Mexico since 1999, led by four points with under three minutes to play in the first half, but Bairstow converted a pair of free throws and Cullen Neal drilled a three-pointer to give...
Via Associated Press
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Bairstow, New Mexico top Colorado State 80-73

Cameron Bairstow scored New Mexico's first seven points and equaled his career high with 29 points while also grabbing a career-high 14 rebounds to help push the Lobos to an 80-73 win over Colorado State on Saturday. Kendall Williams added 22 points, eight rebounds and seven assists for New Mexico in its Mountain West opener, while Daniel Bejarano scored a career-high 25 for the...
Via Associated Press
January 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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