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Wide-open Mountain West race tips off with Rebels under radar

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.

Despite five-game winning streak, UNLV’s NCAA resume still thin

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.

Smiths help Rebels to tourney title

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.

Rebels refuse to sink to opponent’s level

UNLV has developed a troubling tendency to play down to the level of many opponents over the last few years. That trend was bucked on Friday night as UNLV put an early 18-0 run on Sacred Heart en route to an 82-50 victory.

Redshirt freshman Morant patiently awaits chance

It can be a lonely existence at the end of the bench, as Demetris Morant is discovering. He’s getting a lot of time to think and little playing time.

Birch, Smith own paint in rout of Radford

Only once this season did Khem Birch feel that UNLV was outmanned on the front line, and that was early this month against No. 1 Arizona.

Defensive miscue fuels Rebels’ run

UNLV seemed to be matching the lack of energy that came from the small and less-than-enthusiastic crowd at the Thomas & Mack Center for much of the first half on Wednesday night.

Junior Kendrick comes off bench to spark Rebels

College players asked to embrace a reserve role can often act immaturely and pout about the supposed demotion. Others can accept the challenge and try to prove they deserve more minutes. UNLV junior Jelan Kendrick chose the latter path on Wednesday night

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