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Don’t blame Mountain West for trying to lure Gonzaga

Gonzaga owned the lion’s share when it came to this whole leaving the West Coast Conference for the Mountain West scenario, but that doesn’t mean the league in which UNLV exists shouldn’t have made the effort.

Las Vegan Ben Carter to end college career on own terms

A sixth year of eligibility means Michigan State fans will finally get to experience the former Bishop Gorman standout as a player and, more important, a man.

Kruger, Williams-Goss link altered course of UNLV basketball

The opening chapter of how the Rebels went from a team under Lon Kruger that made four NCAA fields his last five years to one that just concluded the worst season in program history begins in 2011, when Nigel Williams-Goss was a sophomore at Findlay Prep.

UNLV’s game at Arizona critical to Rebels’ tournament hopes

It all made sense before Wednesday, how this week might play out for UNLV’s basketball team, how important it could prove in regards to the postseason, how a winnable game against Arizona State would be followed by an extremely difficult one at Arizona.

March flop diminishes solid season by Mountain West

It is March 24, and from mid-November until now, Mountain West basketball teams have played nearly 300 games. They have been ranked, defeated quality opponents, earned good enough results to have entered the NCAA Tournament with the nation’s No. 1 Ratings Percentage Index of all conferences.

Lack of preparation inexcusable

I suppose there is a silver lining for UNLV basketball today, hidden somewhere in the mess of yet another opening-game loss in the NCAA Tournament.