Vegas Madness comes to an end today. And the next stop for the champs? Dancing in the NCAA Tournament.
Adam Hill updates all of the basketball madness happening around the Las Vegas Valley and previews what’s to come in the WAC, Pac-12 and Mountain West tournament finals.
UNR, which plays Colorado State on Saturday in the Mountain West tournament championship game, has a strong resume but probably not strong enough for an at-large NCAA Tournament bid.
Oregon basketball is still a nightmare to play. It still has guys who defend laterally until you get past them, and then others who are just as quick and long and bouncy who go horizontal.
After an 81-80 victory in four overtimes over Utah Valley on Friday night at Orleans Arena, Cal State Bakersfield will have less than 24 hours to rest for the WAC tournament title game.
For the fourth time in five years, Oregon has a spot in the Pacific-12 tournament title game after the Ducks defeated California 73-65 Friday in the semifinals.
Vegas Insider handicapper Brian Edwards expects Maryland to cover as 2-point favorites over Northwestern at 6 p.m. Friday and also is backing Notre Dame as 2-point underdogs to Florida State at 6:30 p.m.
An average crowd of 5,301 showed up through the first three sessions at the Thomas & Mack Center, and for the second year in a row, the Mountain West is expected to be a one-bid league.
Boise State defeated Fresno State 66-53 in the Mountain West women’s tournament final at the Thomas & Mack Center to claim the conference’s automatic NCAA Tournament bid.