A year ago, the Mountain West was rated college basketball’s No. 3 conference. This time around, it’s not nearly as strong, and it can’t count on sending five teams to the NCAA Tournament again.
One possession doesn’t decide a basketball game. But Valley’s boys basketball team will certainly look back at one particular missed opportunity from Monday’s game against Garfield (Wash.).
The Cleveland Cavaliers suspended enigmatic center Andrew Bynum indefinitely on Saturday for “conduct detrimental to the team” and banned him from all team-related activities.
A majority of what Carlos Lopez-Sosa does to help UNLV win basketball games is not showing up on a stat sheet. The senior forward is getting fewer opportunities than he ever imagined.
Most girls basketball teams would be in trouble if their top player had only one point on one shot in the first half.
Graves County (Ky.) wasn’t the most imposing team when it took the floor in the back gym at Las Vegas High on Thursday. But maybe the radio crew in the corner should have been a clue that the Eagles meant business.
The only thing that keeps LeBron James up worrying at night is basketball, which simultaneously makes perfect sense and no sense.
The fifth straight win was as impressive as the previous four, which is to say UNLV’s basketball team has found a consistent rhythm in beating opponents it should. Teams that just aren’t very good.
Deville Smith scored 15 points and Roscoe Smith had 12 points and 12 rebounds to help the Rebels to an 82-66 victory over Mississippi State in the Las Vegas Classic championship on Monday at Orleans Arena.
It’s OK to come in from off the ledge, New Mexico basketball fans. Your team hasn’t slipped into the abyss.