The UNLV women’s basketball team trailed 49-17 at halftime, and it didn’t get much better in the second half of a 70-41 Mountain West Conference loss to host San Diego State on Wednesday night.
They always want to know. The coach. The player. The fan. The usher. The janitor. The opponent.
Disappointed with his play, UNLV junior Tre’Von Willis began talking to himself. Usually that’s a bad sign for any player. … But a personal pep talk pointed Willis in the right direction, and he turned himself around and led the Rebels to a 76-66 comeback victory over San Diego State on Wednesday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Midway through his junior year, guard Tre’Von Willis has matured into UNLV’s team leader and most reliable scorer. All he talks about, though, is doing what’s necessary to be a winner.
Quarterbacks have plenty to think about, from reading defenses to avoiding blitzing linebackers.
Spotting up on the wing late in Monday’s practice, UNLV guard Kendall Wallace launched a 3-point shot.