Years: 1974 to 1977
■ Point guard on UNLV’s first NCAA Final Four team in 1977; Rebels compiled 82-10 record in his three seasons.
■ No. 1 in career free-throw percentage (.878); holds single-season record (98-for-106, .925) set in 1976-77.
■ Scored 954 points in 92 games for a career average of 10.4.
■ Ranks seventh in career assists with 445.
Quotable: “Robert is the best point guard to ever play there. I think Robert could still play in the NBA right now because he’s in great shape.” — Mark Wade, UNLV point guard from 1985 to 1987
Currently: UNLV radio analyst and AAU coach. He and wife Gloria have three sons and one daughter. A third-round pick by the Denver Nuggets, he played seven years in the NBA and seven in France.The Review-Journal counts down the top 100 players in UNLV basketball history, 20 years after the Rebels’ NCAA championship season in 1989-90.