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Rim-protecting Khem Kong someone Rebels can count on

There isn’t a better teammate on UNLV than Khem Birch. He is as thoughtful and sincere a kid as the Rebels have had in years. His heart is as big as his wingspan, a young man who at times can be as naive as he is compassionate. There is no phony to him.

Rain postpones Air Force-UNLV baseball game

The Air Force-UNLV baseball game Friday at Wilson Stadium was postponed because of rain and will be made up at noon today as part of a doubleheader. The game was the first postponed by rain at UNLV since March 4, 2005.

Jimmer’s chucking days over in Sactown

For some reason, the first thing that popped into mind upon reading former Brigham Young gunner Jimmer Fredette was on his way out with the NBA’s Kings was a “Seinfeld” episode called “The Jimmy.”

UNLV not perfect, but clearly good enough

The Rebels were good enough on Wednesday night, beating a Colorado State team that couldn’t match up in talent but was again coached well enough to make things interesting.

Olekaibe provides lift for Rebels in win over Colorado State

Senior guard Kevin Olekaibe has played enough college basketball to know that runs are part of the game, so when Colorado State cut the Rebels’ 56-44 lead to 62-61 with 9:23 remaining, he knew what to do.

UNLV hangs tough to halt losing skid

It was not a last-second thriller, and there was no highlight-reel play that put UNLV over the top. But junior guard Bryce Dejean-Jones was willing to take this one any way he could get it.

A short story about Mike Sanford and an elaborate wrist brace

UNLV’s former football coach, like most coaches, said he didn’t read the newspaper. But a story about former Rebels quarterbacks staking their claim as NFL assistant coaches brought back a favorite Mike Sanford memory.

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