Joel Ntambwe had 20 points as UNLV beat San Jose State 71-64 on Saturday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10L 61-50
- 11/13W 72-51
- 11/16W 74-61
- 11/20W 96-70
- 11/23W 76-71
- 11/28L 72-64
- 12/1L 65-61
- 12/8L 77-74
- 12/15W 92-90
- 12/22W 73-59
- 12/23L 84-79
- 12/25L 97-72
- 1/2W 78-76
- 1/5W 68-56
- 1/8W 80-69
- 1/16L 106-88
- 1/19W 94-56
- 1/22W 74-58
- 1/26L 94-77
- 1/298L 87-70
- 2/2L 82-65
- 2/6W 83-72
- 2/9L 83-65
- 2/12W 77-72
- 2/16W 71-64
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- 2/23h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/276h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Amauri Hardy had a career-high 24 points as UNLV narrowly beat Air Force 77-72 on Tuesday night.
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Braxton Huggins had 31 points as Fresno State defeated UNLV 83-65 on Saturday.
Noah Robotham had a season-high 21 points, with five 3-pointers, and 10 assists to help UNLV beat Boise State 83-72 on Wednesday night.
Sam Merrill had 20 points and five assists, Utah State built a 20-point halftime lead, and the Aggies defeated UNLV 82-65 on Saturday.
Caleb Martin had 26 points and six rebounds in leading No. 8 Nevada to an 87-70 victory over UNLV on Tuesday night.
Jalen McDaniels had a career-high 30 points and 13 rebounds for his fifth straight double-double as San Diego State defeated UNLV 94-77 on Saturday night.
Joel Ntambwe scored 16 points and Noah Robotham added 13 and UNLV trounced San Jose State 94-56 on Saturday and in the process secured an NCAA record.
Ryan Swan had 22 points and nine rebounds and Air Force handed UNLV its first conference loss, beating the Runnin' Rebels 106-88 on Wednesday night.
Marc J. Spears The Undefeated
Center Christian Wood has made the Bucks' roster after an impressive preseason, a source said.
Lon Kruger, the first Division I coach to take five different schools to the NCAA tournament, will receive the John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching honor.
UNLV sophomore quarterback Armani Rogers is out indefinitely with a toe injury, coach Tony Sanchez announced Monday.
Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting
Espn no.8 Josh Green cut his final list to six schools. He gives his thoughts to Espn on each program. Villanova: "A great school. They have an extremely successful history, especially over the last few years, winning two national championships. They have a great coaching staff who are very good at developing the team and players and helping them get to the next level." UNLV: "An opportunity for me to be able to get back out on the court with my brother Jay again. This means a lot to me as he has helped me so much in my progression as a basketball player, and I'd love for us to win a Mountain West title and help keep the program getting better and better." UNC: "A program with amazing history and they are consistently successful both as a team, and also at developing players. Growing up as a kid it was my dream school, so it's very cool for me to be able to say I could have the opportunity to play there, and for Roy Williams." Kansas: "Also a school with a history of success, and they have had many good guards come through the school and achieve great things." Arizona: "They have been with me since the start. They have a great program and staff who have really developed players well and have been very successful every year in the Pac 12." USC: "They have already got about the best recruiting class in my age group, and will be a top team in 2019. Their program is very strong and I know I would come out a much better player."
Francisco Caffaro and Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua are the first NBA Global Academy graduates to commit to NCAA schools (Virginia and UNLV, respectively).
UNLV freshman center Brandon McCoy, projected as a middle to late second-rounder, has declared for the NBA draft.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Kentucky avoids being the first 5 seed to get upset by a 12 seed this year with its 78-73 win over Davidson. Kentucky dominated with 34 points in the paint to Davidson's 20 but Kentucky also went 0-for-6 from 3, ending a streak of 1,047 straight games with at least one made 3-pointer. The last time Kentucky didn't make a 3 was Nov. 26, 1988 vs Seton Hall. UNLV (1,040 straight) takes over the longest active streak with a 3-pointer.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Arizona escapes in overtime at UNLV. Huge week coming up for the Wildcats: Texas A&M on Tuesday, Alabama on Saturday. We'll see how much they've figured things out since the Bahamas.