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Police: Turmoil boils over, bringing Willis’ arrest

The incident that led to the arrest of UNLV basketball star Tre’Von Willis began with an argument with his female accuser about text messaging, according to a Henderson police report obtained Wednesday.

RANKING THE REBELS: 50 – John Q. Trapp

John Q. Trapp, Years: 1967-68, Career highlights: In his only season, 6-foot-7-inch forward had 610 points (21.0 average) and 331 rebounds (11.4).

RANKING THE REBELS: 51 – Earl Evans

EARL EVANS, Years: 1977 to 1979, Career highlights: The 6-foot-8-inch forward scored 930 points in 55 games for a career average of 16.9.

RANKING THE REBELS: 53 – Larry Moffett

The Review-Journal counts down the top 100 players in UNLV basketball history, 20 years after the Rebels’ NCAA championship season in 1989-90.

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