Forward Cameron Oliver’s decision to return after considering the NBA Draft was a big boost for UNR. The Wolf Pack were picked by the media to finish second in the Mountain West.
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Bookmakers always hope for upsets, and this March, it’s not just wishful thinking. There certainly are going to be shockers, and there probably will be a No. 2 or a No. 3 seed go down. What we are witnessing now is a preview of the real madness.
UNLV played from behind the entire basketball game today, and watched its season come to an end with a 95-82 loss to Fresno State in the Mountain West tournament quarterfinals at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Sometimes, the so-called square bettors are sharper than the oddsmakers. Fresno State’s no-sweat cover in a victory over UNLV, which did get a spirited effort out of Patrick McCaw, served as an example that the public is not always wrong.
The UNLV Rebels face the Fresno State Bulldogs in the Mountain West Conference tournament quarterfinals tonight at Thomas & Mack Center. Here’s everything you need to know if you want to watch.
The Rebels are 3-point underdogs against Fresno State when they meet in the MW Tournament tonight at the Thomas & Mack.
Trey Kell scored 17 points, Malik Pope added 15 and top-seeded San Diego State held off Utah State 71-65 in the Mountain West Conference quarterfinals on Thursday at Thomas & Mack Center.
The Mountain West Conference tournament continues today at Thomas & Mack Center. We’ll be live-blogging all the action.
Breaking down the UNLV basketball team’s Mountain West tournament quarterfinal against Fresno State at 6 p.m. today at the Thomas & Mack Center.
UNLV’s basketball program is in for some major changes when the season ends, and it is highly likely the faces of those coaching and several of those playing won’t return next year. But credit the Rebels for this: No one has picked up a white flag.