Manhattan, KS (SportsNetwork. David Justice Jersey Braves .com) - Nino Williams posted 18 points and seven rebounds, as Kansas State edged No. 22 Baylor thanks to a second-half surge, 63-61, at Bramlage Coliseum. Marcus Foster added 11 points for the Wildcats (11-7, 4-1 Big 12), winners of four straight games thanks to shooting 50 percent (23-of-46) from the field. Kenny Chery poured in a game-high 21 points -- but his runner as time expired failed to fall -- and Taurean Price added 20 for the Bears (13-4, 2-3), who have dropped three of their last five. Chery kept his team close in the late stages. He capped a three-point play on a free throw with 5.4 seconds remaining and Baylor got within 62-61, but Thomas Gipson was fouled on the next possession and split a pair from the line to give the Bears one last chance with 4.8 showing. Chery got the ball and had a lane up the middle, but his attempt which would have sent the game into overtime did not go through. Baylor jumped out to an early 13-2 lead thanks to five points each from Chery and Johnathan Motley, and when Chery connected again from long distance, the lead stood at 22-8 with 9:50 left in the first half. K-State was down 24-10 a short time later but managed to pull within two after a Foster triple capped a run of 12 straight points. However, a three by Chery extended Baylors edge to 33-24 at the break. Rico Gathers converted a three-point play with 11:27 to go and the Bears had a 49-37 lead, but K-State began to chip away. The Wildcats assumed their first lead of the contest on two free throws by Justin Edwards with 6:24 on the clock, and Edwards added a jumper less than a minute later to raise the edge to three. Baylor responded twice to tie before Nigel Johnson connected from beyond the arc for a 59-56 game inside of four minutes left. Prince followed with a bucket before Williams struck back for the hosts and Johnson made 1-of-2 from the line for a 62-58 K-State edge. Game Notes Cherys 16 first-half points were the most in his collegiate career ... Gipson ended up with nine points and six rebounds ... Baylor suffered its third loss this season when leading at halftime (11-3), despite holding an opponent under 25 points in the first half for the ninth time this year ... Jevon Thomas committed a game-high five of Kansas States 14 turnovers. Joe Torre Jersey Braves . - Benched Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman said he has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and voluntarily entered the NFL substance abuse program more than a year ago after mistakenly taking a medication to treat the condition. Mike Soroka Jersey Braves . On Tuesday, the star questioned whether that was still the case. Speaking to reporters at a charity event, Johnson said: "I just kind of wonder sometimes: Is this still the place for me?" Johnsons comments came after he was asked why he recently skipped a voluntary minicamp.The moment it was known LeBron James would be taking his talents back to the shores of Lake Erie, the odds for the Cavaliers to win the NBA championship skyrocketed. According to bodog.ca, Cleveland moved up to grab the best odds to win the Larry OBrian trophy at 4-1 on Friday. By comparison, the Miami Heats odds plummeted from 3-1 favourites before LeBron left, to 50-1. Below the Toronto Raptors, New York Knicks and Memphis Grizzles. This release of course, comes before the other dominoes in free agency have fallen. Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade all have yet to confirm next seasons teams of choice. On Monday, the Cavaliers odds to win the NBA Championship were at 20-1. On Wednesday, as James decision drew near with rumours that he could possibly make a return to Cleveland, the odds were slashed to 8-1. Oddds to Win the 2015 NBA Championship (Courtesy: bodog. Gene Garber Jersey Braves. ca) Cleveland Cavaliers - 4/1 San Antonio Spurs - 5/1 Oklahoma City Thunder - 6/1 Chicago Bulls - 7/1 Houston Rockets - 8/1 Los Angeles Clippers - 10/1 Indiana Pacers - 18/1 Golden State Warriors - 25/1 Portland Trailblazers - 25/1 Dallas Mavericks - 33/1 Los Angeles Lakers - 33/1 Washington Wizards - 33/1 Brooklyn Nets - 40/1 New York Knicks - 40/1 Toronto Raptors - 40/1 Memphis Grizzlies - 50/1 Miami Heat - 50/1 New Orleans Pelicans - 50/1 Denver Nuggets - 66/1 Phoenix Suns - 66/1 Atlanta Hawks - 75/1 Boston Celtics - 75/1 Charlotte Hornets - 75/1 Detroit Pistons - 100/1 Minnesota Timberwolves - 100/1 Milwaukee Bucks - 200/1 Orlando Magic - 200/1 Philadelphia 76ers - 200/1 Sacramento Kings - 200/1 Utah Jazz - 200/1 ' ' '