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Don’t blame Mountain West for trying to lure Gonzaga

Gonzaga owned the lion’s share when it came to this whole leaving the West Coast Conference for the Mountain West scenario, but that doesn’t mean the league in which UNLV exists shouldn’t have made the effort.

8 days later, Rebels get survival rematch against UNR

UNLV advanced to meet No. 1 seed UNR by outlasting Air Force 97-90 in overtime of a Mountain West tournament first-round game Wednesday at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Rebels draw crowd, then put up no fight in blowout loss to UNR

It was over at halftime Wednesday, a 101-75 victory by the No. 21 ranked Wolf Pack, over enough for many of the announced gathering of 13,997 at Thomas Mack Center to head home before the final 20 minutes commenced.

UNLV dominates inside, snaps losing streak against Aztecs

UNLV junior Shakur Juiston was the best player on the floor Saturday night and because of it and other key contributions, UNLV beat San Diego State for the first time since 2013.

Rebels lose again at home, but meaningless 3-point streak lives

The Rebels lost another Mountain West home game Wednesday night in which they were a prohibitive favorite, this time falling to a New Mexico side with absolutely no depth and less talent than the Lobos have had in years.

 
UNLV basketball star plays five instruments and he can dunk too

Beyond what you might know about UNLV’s freshman basketball star Brandon McCoy exists a side unknown to most who cheer his every dunk. The 19-year old, who plays five instruments, embraces a love for music and its power to inspire far beyond a court and rim.

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