Fingerprinting Express Offers Complimentary Fingerprint Services to Teachers Statewide in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week

 

Fingerprinting Express Offers Complimentary Fingerprint Services to Teachers Statewide in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week

Fingerprinting Express is offering 400 teachers free fingerprinting services, in May, during Teacher Appreciation Week. Fingerprinting Express is based in Nevada with stores in Reno, Carson City, South West Las Vegas and Central Las Vegas, is the leader in fingerprinting, Notary, passport photos and additional services across the state of Nevada. They are proud to announce that they have launched a new Culture to Care™ promotion that will run between May 7 and 12, 2018. The promotion will run in conjunction with Teacher Appreciation Week. Since 1984, National PTA has designated one week in May to celebrate the outstanding contributions teachers make.

The Fingerprinting Express teacher appreciation promotion is targeting teachers and substitute teachers that require fingerprints for their Nevada Department of Education License, in particular for initial licensing and renewals.

Monica Pappas, CEO of Fingerprinting Express says: “Fingerprinting Express will be providing free fingerprints for the first 100 teachers at each Fingerprinting Express store statewide for a total of 400 free fingerprint services for teachers whether they process either FD258 hard cards or Livescan technology. This will be offered by appointment only, made online through our website.”

The promotion will only be available for Nevada Department of Education licensure. This means those looking at fingerprinting services for County processing will not be able to access the service for free. If you happen to be a private or charter school, contact Fingerprinting Express directly to discuss special pricing for your teachers, substitute teachers and volunteers.

The first 400 teachers to set an appointment online for a fingerprint background check, at one of the 4 store locations, will not be charged the fingerprint fees, resulting in discounts of up to $8,000 worth of fingerprints to teachers across the state of Nevada. This type of ‘giving to’ the community is in line with Fingerprinting Express’ Culture to Care™. Through this, they have already discounted over $60,000 in services for teachers, nonprofits, active military, and volunteers in the last two years alone.

“Our Culture to Care™ philosophy at Fingerprinting Express is simple,” adds Monica Pappas. “We believe that nothing touches people more than selfless acts of kindness. We practice this approach both with our customers and in our communities. We appreciate everything teachers do for our kids and the least we can do is show our appreciation during Teacher Appreciation Week. When it comes to our communities, we encourage our partners, vendors and staff to volunteer their time and/or financial support to a cause close to their hearts.”

The company’s core values will also be demonstrated during the promotion. These include handling all customers with patience, showing concern for their best interests, being willing to listen, being efficient during their servicing process, showing respect at all times, providing a superior service, being hospitable at all times, and respecting people’s privacy. Monica Pappas says: “Culture to Care™ extends throughout all of our store locations. Our system is stronger when we are working together to protect our community’s vulnerable populations while setting high industry standards for accuracy, compliance, and efficiency. In our business, we have to care in order to properly process our applicants.”

Founded in 2003, Fingerprinting Express is a national leader in fingerprint background checks and is a designated Women’s Business Enterprise. Most notably, Fingerprinting Express is one of just a few businesses in the state offering Livescan fingerprinting technology, widely considered the most accurate form of background checks available. Fingerprinting Express has the ability to send Livescan fingerprints electronically to the State of Nevada and to the FBI and to provide its customers with hard fingerprint cards and is an approved vendor for Nevada Boards and Divisions. The FBI Express Criminal History report generates results within 24 hours.

For more information on Fingerprinting Express, visit www.fingerprintingexpress.com or call (800) 919.0227.

Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic Brings High-Quality NCAA Hoops to Orleans Arena Dec. 22-23

 
Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic Brings High-Quality NCAA Hoops to Orleans Arena Dec. 22-23

The Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic, an annual action-packed NCAA basketball tournament, will return to Orleans Arena on Dec. 22-23, bringing teams from University of Nevada, Reno, University of San Francisco, Duquesne University, and University of Southern Illinois, Carbondale.

The University of Nevada, Reno men’s basketball team is coming off a great 2016-17 season as the first school in history to capture the Mountain West regular season and tournament titles. The Mountain West tournament title earned Nevada its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in a decade. The team finished the season 28-7 overall and went 14-4 in conference play. The Wolf Pack returns two junior starters in forward Jordan Caroline and guard Lindsey Drew. Caroline was the Mountain West Tournament MVP and earned the second-team All-Mountain West honors. He averaged 15 points and 9.2 rebounds per game. Senior Elijah Foster along with sophomores Josh Hall and Charlie Tooley are also back this season.

Duquesne University, a charter member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, is in its first season under Keith Dambrot, who was introduced as the program’s 17th head coach in late March of 2017. Dambrot, whose father Sid played for three Top 10 (AP) Duquesne teams in the early 1950’s, spent the past 13 seasons at Akron, where he led the Zips to a 305-139 record (23.5 wins per season), including 10 postseason appearances. At the time of Dambrot’s departure, University of Akron, Duke University, Gonzaga University and Kansas University were the only schools to post 21 or more wins in each of the past 12 seasons. The Dukes return a pair of starters in sophomore guard Mike Lewis II and junior guard Tarin Smith. Lewis, who was a member of the 2017 A-10 All-Rookie Team, led the Dukes with 14.1 points per game scoring average last season. Lewis was also the fourth freshman in school history to lead the team in scoring and was also the top-scoring freshman in the A-10. Smith, a second-year Nebraska transfer, led the Dukes in assists (99) and steals (34) last season.

The University of Southern Illinois men’s basketball team returns three starters from last year’s team that finished 17-16 and tied for third place in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 9-9 league mark. Armon Fletcher, Thik Bol and Sean Lloyd are the top returning scorers. Five more lettermen return, including guard Tyler Smithpeters who started two years ago, but missed all but one game last year due to injury. Transfers Marcus Bartley, Eric McGill and Kavion Pippen are expected to provide an immediate impact on the playing rotation. Head coach Barry Hinson enters his sixth season at the helm of Sothern Illinois with a 79-83 overall record, including a 39-51 record in Missouri Valley Conference games. Having coached 14 years in the Missouri Valley Conference, he is the winningest active coach with 248 overall wins and 134 Missouri Valley Conference victories.

After helping the program to its third 20-win season in the last 30 years, a seasoned – but youthful – squad returns to the hilltop for the second installation in the Kyle Smith era. Charles Minlend and Jordan Ratinho, who combined to make 41 starts during the year, occupied two of the five spots on last year’s West Coast Conference All-Freshmen team. Minlend’s 329 points on the year ranked seventh all-time among University of San Francisco (USF) freshmen and third among first-year players in the league. Ratinho led the team in minutes played, underscoring Smith’s confidence in USF’s underclassmen. Last season’s perimeter shooting was one for the Dons’ record books, with 299 three-pointers made. Lone senior Chase Foster (.400) along with Ratinho (.423) and Minlend (.370) each swished 50 or more attempts from distance in the year. Juniors Matt McCarthy and Nate Renfro led the squad in rebounds per game, and Renfro and Mladen Djordjevic paced USF’s assist efforts.

Each team will play four games – the first two at campus sites and the final two at the Orleans Arena.

The first game of the tournament begins at noon on both days. Two-day ticket packages are available from $50 plus taxes and fees, and can be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000; online at www.orleansarena.com; or in-person at the gift shops inside The Orleans, Suncoast, Gold Coast and Sam’s Town. Tickets may also be purchased the day of the game (depending on availability) at the venue box office.

 

About Orleans Arena
The Orleans Arena, a Boyd Gaming facility located just west of the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the nation’s leading multi-purpose sports and entertainment facilities and the 2014 recipient of the Venue Excellence Award from the International Association of Venue Managers. In addition, the Orleans Arena is one of only a handful of arenas in the United States to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is part of the largest company in Nevada to achieve SHARP Certification for commitments to safe venue operations. According to Venues Today magazine, the Orleans Arena, which hosts more than 200 events each year, consistently ranks in the Top 10 for ticket sales in the United States and internationally among venues of similar size. These events include nationally touring concerts, NCAA basketball conference tournaments, family shows, motorsports and other unique events. For more information, call 702-365-7469 or visit www.OrleansArena.com. Stay connected to the Orleans Arena on Facebook and on Twitter (@orleansarena). The Orleans Arena is a property of Boyd Gaming. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Boyd Gaming is a leading diversified owner and operator of 24 gaming entertainment properties located in Nevada, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Additional news and information on Boyd Gaming can be found at www.boydgaming.com.

WestCare Receives Certification by the State of Nevada to Operate Two Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics

WestCare Receives Certification by the State of Nevada to Operate Two Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics

 

 

WestCare Nevada announced today that it has received certification to operate two Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) in Reno and Las Vegas. The clinics will provide a comprehensive range of person-centered and trauma-informed mental health and substance use disorder services for all ages regardless of their ability to pay.

“To truly uplift the human spirit, we need to provide everyone we serve with a comprehensive system of care that addresses all the barriers to living a healthy life,” said Kathy Paxton, senior vice president of WestCare. “The CCBHC supports that system by increasing access to care through the expansion of clinic hours during evenings and weekends, employing additional dedicated and knowledgeable staff, and partnering with other community agencies to provide a holistic approach to care.”

WestCare Nevada’s CCBHC’s will provide a variety of services, including crisis mental health services (24-hour mobile crisis teams, intervention and crisis stabilization); screenings, assessments and diagnosis; person-centered treatment planning; outpatient services for mental health and substance use disorders; outpatient primary care screening and monitoring; case management; psychiatric rehabilitation; peer and family support and services for veterans. With invaluable technical assistance from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, the entire WestCare Nevada team has worked hard to achieve this important designation.

About WestCare   

A subsidiary of WestCare Foundation, WestCare Nevada was founded in 1973 in Las Vegas with the goal of “uplifting the human spirit.” WestCare Nevada provides a broad spectrum of behavioral health and human services programs for preventing and treating substance use and mental health disorders for all ages; intervening with domestic violence and sexual assault victims; helping veterans and individuals involved in the criminal justice system re-enter communities, ending homelessness as well as providing HIV/AIDS education and Outreach. WestCare continues to grow and expand operations across the United states and into other parts of the world where substance use and mental health disorders impact families and communities.  The organization currently operates services in 19 States, three U.S. unincorporated territories, including Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands (St. Croix) as well as the commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (Saipan) and the Republic of Palau. For more information, visit westcare.com or contact WestCare Nevada’s Communications Director Robert Vickrey at robert.vickrey@westcare.com.

UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Lady Rebels Aiming For Sweep Of In-State Rival Nevada, Reno On Saturday

UNLV LADY REBELS AIMING FOR SWEEP OF IN-STATE RIVAL NEVADA, RENO ON SATURDAY

Lady Rebels would reach 20 wins for the first time since 2011-12 with a victory over the Wolf Pack
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Nevada, Reno
Nevada, Reno

Matchup UNLV (19-8, 10-5 MW) at Nevada, Reno (10-16, 4-11 MW)
Date Saturday, February 25, 2017
Time 4 p.m.
Site Lawlor Events Center (11,536), Reno, Nev.
Video MW Network
Radio KSHP 1400 AM (Wyatt Tomchek)
Audio www.KSHP.com/ and UNLV GameDay App
Stats Gametracker
Twitter @UNLVLadyRebels

Governor’s Series Points At Stake Saturday…

UNLV’s road contest on Saturday at Nevada, Reno is a key contest for several reasons. First, a win would give the Lady Rebels a sweep of the Wolf Pack, and three points in the Governor’s Series for UNLV, the all-sports competition between the two schools sponsored by NV Energy and Barrick Gold. Second, it would give the Lady Rebels their second 20-win season in the past 14 years, and first since 2011-12. And third, it would keep UNLV at least tied for second place, as it comes in at 10-5 in the league standings, along with Wyoming.

Saturday’s game tips off at 4 pm in the Lawlor Events Center, and can be watched on the Mountain West Network at UNLVRebels.com, while the radio broadcast featuring Wyatt Tomchek will be available on KSHP 1400 AM and online as well.

UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Runnin’ Rebels Travel To Reno For Wednesday Night Game

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Matchup UNLV (10-14, 3-8 Mountain West) at Nevada, Reno (18-5, 7-3 Mountain West)
Date Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Time 8 p.m.
Site Lawlor Event Center (11,536), Reno, Nev.
Video CBS Sports Network (John Sadak, Chris Walker)
Radio ESPN Radio 1100 AM/100.9 FM (Jon Sandler, Robert Smith)
Audio UNLV Gameday App & UNLVRebels.com
Stats Gametracker at UNLVRebels.com
Twitter @TheRunninRebels

 

 

RUNNIN’ REBELS TRAVEL TO RENO FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT GAME

8 p.m. contest vs. UNR will be televised on CBS Sports Network

 

The UNLV men’s basketball team will travel to Reno, Nev., to face intrastate rival Nevada, Reno, on Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. at Lawlor Events Center.

The Mountain West game is also a part of the Governor’s Series, presented by NV Energy and Barrick Gold, which is a head-to-head athletic and academic challenge between UNLV and UNR. The winner of the season series in men’s basketball will earn three points toward the final score. UNLV has won each of the first four years of the overall competition.

Wednesday’s contest will be televised by CBS Sports Network and will be the first time the two teams are meeting this season.

UNLV is led in scoring by sophomore guard Jalen Poyser (12.0 ppg), senior forward Tyrell Green (11.5 ppg), junior guard Jovan Mooring (11.5 ppg) and senior forward Christian Jones (10.5 ppg). Jones (6.4 rpg), sophomore guard Kris Clyburn (5.5 rpg) and Green (5.3 rpg) are the team’s leading rebounders, while Mooring (3.7 apg) and Poyser (3.0 apg) lead in assists. Mooring is second in the Mountain West in assists and also second in conference-only games (4.5 apg). Junior forward Dwayne Morgan was leading the team in rebounding (7.3 rpg), but has missed the last 15 games because of injury. It was announced on Jan. 19 that he will miss the rest of the season.

UNR, which is 9-1 at home this season, is coming off a 74-57 loss at Utah State last Wednesday. The Wolf Pack have won two of their last three games and six of their last eight. Senior guard Marcus Marshall leads the MW in scoring (20.3 ppg) and is one of four Wolf Pack players averaging in double figures. Sophomore guard/forward Jordan Caroline (9.2 rpg, 2nd in MW) and sophomore forward Cameron Oliver (8.2 rpg, 5th in MW) are the team’s rebounding leaders, while sophomore guard Lindsay Drew leads in assists (5.2 apg, 1st in MW).

TV announcers for Wednesday’s game are John Sadak and Chris Walker. Jon Sandler and Robert Smith will handle the UNLV radio call, which may be heard live on ESPN Radio 1100 AM/100.9 FM and online (link at UNLVRebels.com).

 

UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Runnin’ Rebels To Face Nevada, Reno Wednesday At 2:30 PM In MW Tournament’s First Round

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MOUNTAIN WEST TOURNAMENT – FIRST ROUND

UNLV men’s basketball to face Nevada, Reno on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Thomas & Mack Center; Will mark first meeting in conference tournament between intrastate rivals, three points in Governor’s Series also on the line

 

The UNLV men’s basketball team is the No. 7 seed in the 2015 Mountain West Men’s Basketball Championship and will play No. 10 seed Nevada, Reno on Wednesday, March 11 at 2:30 p.m. at the Thomas & Mack Center. It will be the second of two first-round games held that day with the winner feeding into the quarterfinals against No. 2 seed San Diego State on Thursday, March 12 at 6 p.m.

The Runnin’ Rebels’ game against the Wolf Pack in the conference tournament will mark the first time the two teams have ever met in such a game and the winner will receive three points in the Governor’s Series, presented by NV Energy, which is a head-to-head athletic and academic challenge between UNLV and UNR. The Runnin’ Rebels have split the season series with UNR this year, losing in Las Vegas (64-62 on Jan. 7) and winning in Reno (67-62 on Jan. 27). UNLV, which has won the Governor’s Series each of the first two years of the competition, trails this year’s contest 10.5-7.5.

UNLV won its regular-season finale on Saturday at San José State, 71-58, with just six scholarship players available as freshman guard Patrick McCaw was out with a concussion. UNLV had previously lost freshman guards Rashad Vaughn and Dantley Walker to knee injuries. McCaw is probable to return vs. UNR on Wednesday, while Vaughn and Walker are doubtful. Junior guard Daquan Cook (knee) has been out all season.

UNLV is 3-4 since Vaughn, the Runnin’ Rebels’ leading scorer, went down to injury. Overall, the Runnin’ Rebels have won seven of its last 12 games. Four of those five losses have been by a combined nine points and prior to the loss at Utah State on Feb. 24, UNLV had lost three of its previous four games by a combined seven points. A total of 10 of the Runnin’ Rebels’ 18 Mountain West games this season were decided by an average of 3.1 points per game (two one-point games, four two-point games, three five-point games and a six-point game). In the other eight games, UNLV is 6-2 with an average margin of victory in those six wins of 15.0 ppg and one of those losses was in overtime (at Boise State).

UNLV, which had to replace all five starters from a year ago, used a rotation for most of this season that included five freshmen, one sophomore and two seniors. Vaughn suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee on Feb. 10 vs. Fresno State. He had led the team in scoring with an average of 17.8 ppg, which ranked second in the Mountain West and second in the country among freshmen. Sophomore forward Christian Wood has 18 double-doubles this year, which ranks sixth in the country, and has averages of 15.2 ppg (5th in MW), a team-high 10.1 rpg (2nd in MW, 17th in the country) and 2.8 bpg (2nd in MW, 15th in the country). Freshman forward Goodluck Okonoboh leads the team in blocks with 2.9 per game (1st in MW, 12th in the country and first among all freshmen). Senior guard Cody Doolin leads the squad and MW with 3.9 apg and has an assist-to-turnover ratio of 3.4, which leads the conference and is fourth nationally. McCaw is fifth in the MW in assists per game (3.4) and third in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.1) during conference-only games.

As a team, the Runnin’ Rebels are third in the nation in blocks per game (6.8), third in total blocks (210), 13th in defensive rebounds per game (26.63) and 37th in field-goal percentage defensive (39.7).

Wednesday’s game will be shown online via the Mountain West Network with Rich Cellini and Marty Fletcher  game calling the action. Jon Sandler and Robert Smith will handle the UNLV radio call, which may be heard live on ESPN Radio 1100 AM/100.9 FM in Las Vegas. All internet links along with live stats will be available at UNLVRebels.com.

GAME #32 – MOUNTAIN WEST TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND

 

Nevada, Reno (9-21, 5-13 Mountain West, No. 10 Seed) 
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UNLV (17-14, 8-10 Mountain West, No. 7 Seed)

DATE:
 Wednesday, March 11, 2015
TIME:
 2:30 p.m.
SITE:
 Thomas & Mack Center (18,500), Las Vegas
TV: Mountain West Network (Rich Cellini, Marty Fletcher)

RADIO: ESPN Radio 1100 AM/100.9 FM (Jon Sandler, Robert Smith)
AUDIO: UNLV Gameday App & UNLVRebels.com

STATS: Gametracker at UNLVRebels.com

TWITTER: @UNLVAthletics

 

UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Governor’s Series Game Against UNR Set For Wednesday At 8 PM At Thomas & Mack

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UNLV BACK HOME TO HOST NEVADA, RENO WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Governor’s Series game set for 8 p.m. at Thomas & Mack Center

After closing out the toughest stretch of schedule in UNLV men’s basketball history, playing three top-15 teams plus a trip to Laramie, Wyo., in a 16-day span, the Runnin’ Rebels will get back to Mountain West play on Wednesday, Jan. 7, against intrastate rival Nevada, Reno, at 8 p.m. at the Thomas & Mack Center. 

 

The game is part of the Governor’s Series, presented by NV Energy, which is a head-to-head athletic and academic challenge between UNLV and UNR. The winner of the season series in men’s basketball will earn three points toward the final score. UNLV, which has won each of the first two years of the competition, trails this year’s contest 7.5-4.5.

 

The Runnin’ Rebels have lost two straight games: their Mountain West opener at Wyoming on New Year’s Eve (76-71) and Sunday at then-No. 13 Kansas (76-61). Prior to the conference opener last week, UNLV had won two straight games and five of six.

 

UNLV’s best win of the non-conference season was over then-No. 3 Arizona on Dec. 23. It was the Runnin’ Rebels’ first victory over a team ranked as high as No. 3 at the Thomas & Mack Center since 1988 when they defeated No. 3 Temple. It was also UNLV’s eighth win over a ranked team in the Dave Rice Era, including the second against a top-5 team (No. 1 North Carolina in 2011) and it snapped Arizona’s 39-game regular-season non-conference win streak. In addition, it moved UNLV’s RPI from 80 to 36. The Runnin’ Rebels currently own a RPI of 43 and have a strength of schedule of No. 9 in the country.

 

UNLV, which had to replace all five starters from a year ago, has used a rotation this season that includes five freshmen, one sophomore and two seniors. Freshman guard Rashad Vaughn leads the team in scoring with an average of 17.3 ppg, which also ranks first in the Mountain West. Sophomore forward Christian Wood has eight double-doubles this year, which ranks 10th in the country, and has averages of 15.4 ppg (second on the team) and team highs of 9.6 rpg (1st in MW, 22nd in the country) and 2.9 bpg (1st in MW, 16th in the country). Freshman forward Goodluck Okonoboh is second on the team in blocks with 2.9 per game (2nd in MW, 17th in the country) and second among all freshmen in the country. Senior guard Cody Doolin leads the squad and MW with 4.8 apg and has an assist-to-turnover ratio of 3.2, which leads the conference and is 17th nationally.

 

As a team, the Runnin’ Rebels are fourth in the nation in blocked shots (7.3 bpg), fourth in defensive rebounds per game (29.14) and 36th in field-goal percentage defense (38.0).

 

Wednesday’s game vs. UNR will be televised on CBS Sports Network with Brent Stover and Bob Wenzel calling the action. Jon Sandler and Robert Smith will handle the UNLV radio call, which may be heard live on ESPN Radio 1100 AM/100.9 FM in Las Vegas. All internet links along with live stats will be available at UNLVRebels.com.


GAME #15


Nevada, Reno (5-8, 1-0 Mountain West) 

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UNLV (9-5, 0-1 Mountain West)

DATE:
 Wednesday, January 7, 2015
TIME:
 8 p.m.
SITE:
 Thomas & Mack Center (18,500), Las Vegas
TV: CBS Sports Network (Brent Stover, Bob Wenzel)

RADIO: ESPN Radio 1100 AM/100.9 FM (Jon Sandler, Robert Smith)
AUDIO: UNLV Gameday App & UNLVRebels.com
TWITTER: @UNLVAthletics

Mastadon Returns to Nevada – On Tour With Gojira and Kverlertak – Supporting Recent Release – Once More Round The Sun

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Starting next week, Mastodon, the globally celebrated hard rock masters are going on tour in support of their new album, Once More Round The Sun. The tour will once again feature the celebrated and previously sold-out lineup with the main support, Gojira and Kverlertak opening each show. 

 

North American Tour(Mastodon / Gojira / Kverlertak):

 

10/15     Boise, ID                                               Revolution Center

10/16     Reno, NV                                              Grand Sierra Theater

10/17     Pomona, CA                                         Fox Theater

10/18     Phoenix, AZ                                          Marquee**

10/20     Austin, TX                                             Stubbs Amphitheater

10/21     Dallas, TX                                             South Side Music Hall

10/22     Kansas City, MO                                  Uptown Theater

10/24     Detroit, MI                                             Fillmore

10/28     Portland, ME                                        State Theater

10/29     Montreal, QC                                        Metropolis

10/30     Providence, RI                                     Lupos

10/31     Long Island, NY                                   Paramount Theater

11/01     Sayreville, NJ                                       Starland

11/02     Stroudsburg, PA                                  Sherman

11/04     Baltimore, MD                                      Ram’s Head Live

11/05     Knoxville, TN                                       The International

11/06     Nashville, TN                                       Marathon Music Works

11/07     Atlanta, GA                                          Tabernacle

 

Released June 24th on Reprise Records, Once More ‘Round The Sun scored Mastodon’s highest US and U.K. chart debuts ever commanding the #1 Rock Album position on Billboards Top Rock Album Chart, Hard Rock Album Chart, Tastemakers Album Chart and Alternative Album Charts simultaneously, while entering #6 Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart. Mastodon achieved the same feat in the U.K. with the #1 Rock Album and Top 10 overall National Album charts.

MASTODON:
Troy Sanders — Bass Guitar / Vocals
Brent Hinds — Guitars / Vocals
Bill Kelliher — Guitars
Brann Dailor — Drums / Vocals

For information, merch and so much more visit: www.mastodonrocks.com
https://www.facebook.com/Mastodon?rf=106241019415015
https://twitter.com/mastodonmusic

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https://twitter.com/GojiraMusic

Joe Duplantier – Guitar, Vocals
Mario Duplantier – Drums
Christian Andreu – Guitar
Jean-Michel Labadie – Bass

Kvelertak

Kvelertak (Kuh-vell-er-tack)
http://kvelertak.com
https://www.facebook.com/Kvelertak
http://twitter.com/kvelertak

Erlend Hjelvik (lead vocal)
Bjarte Lund Rolland (guitar)
Maciek Ofstad (guitar)
Vidar Landa (guitar)
Marvin Nygaard (bass)
Kjetil Gjermundrød (trommer)

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Nevada Walk & 5K for Hemophilia On September 27 In Las Vegas and Reno

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National Hemophilia Foundation

Nevada Walk & 5K for Hemophilia On September 27 In Las Vegas and Reno

For the first time in its history, The Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation will host two Hemophilia Walks on the same day to help raise critical funds and awareness for those Nevadans affected by inherited bleeding and clotting disorders including Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease.

A one mile walk and 5K are scheduled in Las Vegas and Reno on September 27, 2014 with goals to raise at least $50,000 in each city. This will be the first ever Hemophilia Walk held in Reno.

The Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF Nevada), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, will use the funds raised to send children with inherited bleeding disorders to a special medically supervised camp at no cost. Additional funds will also support ongoing programs that include support groups for the newly diagnosed and their families, a youth support group dealing with the challenges of managing their condition, and financial assistance programs to help provide medicine and basic living needs.

“We’re committed to helping those with inherited bleeding disorders and their families no matter where they are in Nevada and these walks are essential to complete that mission” said Kelli Walters, Executive Director of the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation. “It’s exciting to organize our first walk in Reno and to keep the momentum going in Las Vegas where our walk has received incredible support.”

The Las Vegas Hemophilia Walk & 5K begins at 8:30 a.m., on-site registration at 7:30 a.m., at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, 9200 Tule Springs Road, Las Vegas, 89131. Registration is now open at www.hfnv.org or by calling (702) 564-4368.

The Reno Hemophilia Walk & 5K begins at 10:00 a.m., on-site registration at 9:00 a.m., at Virginia Lake Park, 1980 Lakeside Drive, Reno, 89509. Registration is now open at www.hfnv.org or by calling (702) 564-4368.

Both walks are sponsored by the Hemophilia Treatment Center of Nevada which provides diagnosis, treatment, medical referrals and comprehensive clinics to all people with inherited bleeding and clotting disorders in Las Vegas, Reno and throughout the state. It is the only federally recognized hemophilia treatment center in the state.

NHF Nevada was founded in 1990 and helps meet the vast education and support needs of the bleeding disorders community in Nevada. There are approximately 20,000 people living with Hemophilia in the United States. It is an expensive disease where life-long management of Hemophilia places a large financial burden on individuals and families. Additionally, NHF Nevada provides services to those affected by von Willebrand disease, which also prevents from clotting, and clotting disorders such as Thrombophilia, which causes the blood to clot excessively. Every dollar raised at this event will help the bleeding disorder community in Nevada.

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The 2013 Hemophilia Walk & 5K in Las Vegas raised more than $50,000, a record for the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation.  The nonprofit organization provides education, advocacy, and many types of assistance to those with inherited bleeding and clotting disorders such as Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease.The 2014 Hemophilia Walk & 5K will take place on September 27, 2014 in Las Vegas. For the first time the foundation is also holding a walk in Reno on the same day. For additional information, www.hfnv.org.
The 2013 Hemophilia Walk & 5K in Las Vegas raised more than $50,000, a record for the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation. The nonprofit organization provides education, advocacy, and many types of assistance to those with inherited bleeding and clotting disorders such as Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease.The 2014 Hemophilia Walk & 5K will take place on September 27, 2014 in Las Vegas. For the first time the foundation is also holding a walk in Reno on the same day. For additional information, www.hfnv.org.

UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS : Runnin’ Rebels Conclude Regular Season At Nevada, Reno Saturday

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RUNNIN’ REBELS CONCLUDE REGULAR SEASON AT NEVADA, RENO SATURDAY

Governor’s Series game will be played at 7 p.m. on ESPN3

The UNLV men’s basketball team will travel to Reno, Nev., for its regular-season finale on Saturday, March 8 against Nevada, Reno at 7:05 p.m. The game is part of the Governor’s Series, presented by NV Energy, which is a head-to-head athletic and academic challenge between UNLV and UNR. The winner of the season series in men’s basketball will earn three points toward the final score and if there is a season split, each school will be awarded 1.5 points. UNLV currently leads this year’s Governor’s Series 12-6 and won last year’s inaugural series by a final score of 37.5-10.5.

The Runnin’ Rebels are looking to even the season series with UNR as they dropped a 74-71 decision to the Wolf Pack in Las Vegas on Jan. 8. UNLV is alone in third place in the Mountain West at 10-7, while Nevada, Reno is in a tie for fourth with Boise State at 9-8. The winner of the UNLV-UNR game on Saturday will earn the No. 3 seed in next week’s Mountain West Tournament at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. The loser will play in the 4-5 game.

Saturday’s game will be broadcast by ESPN3, which is available online only and via the WatchESPN app, with Trey Bender and Bill Herenda calling the action. Jon Sandler and Robert Smith will handle the radio call, which may be heard on ESPN Radio 1100/98.9 FM. The radio broadcast listen link, along with Gametracker are available at UNLVRebels.com.

The Runnin’ Rebels, who are coming off a 73-64 home loss to No. 10 San Diego State, are fourth in the country in blocked shots per game at 6.6, 10th in rebounding at 40.1 rpg, 14th in the nation in 3-point field-goal defense, limiting their opponents to just 29.5 percent from behind the arc, and 15th in effective field-goal percentage defense at 44.0. Khem Birch is second in the country in blocked shots (3.8 bpg), while Roscoe Smith is fifth in the nation in rebounding (11.0 rpg). Birch has 16 double-doubles on the year (sixth in the country), while Smith has 15 (eighth in the nation). UNLV’s leading scorer is Bryce Dejean-Jones (13.4 ppg).

Smith missed Wednesday’s game vs. SDSU after being diagnosed with a concussion on Sunday and will also miss Saturday’s game at UNR, while Dejean-Jones has been suspended for Saturday’s game for conduct detrimental to the team.

GAME #31

UNLV (19-11, 10-7 Mountain West)

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NEVADA RENO (14-16, 9-8 Mountain West)

DATE: Saturday, March 8, 2014
TIME: 7:05 p.m. PST
SITE: Lawlor Events Center (11,536), Reno, Nev.
TV: ESPN3 (Trey Bender, Bill Herenda)
RADIO: ESPN Radio 1100 AM/98.9 FM (Jon Sandler, Robert Smith)
ONLINE: WatchESPN (video), Radio (audio) & Gametracker at UNLVRebels.com

UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Heartbreaking Loss For Lady Rebels, 64-63 At San Diego State

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HEARTBREAKING LOSS FOR UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL, 64-63 AT SAN DIEGO STATE

Lady Rebels suffer road loss despite season-high 25 points from Mia Bell


Despite an amazing shooting performance from UNLV senior point guard Mia Bell who scored a season-high 25 points including a go-ahead three-pointer with 55 seconds left, the Lady Rebels left Viejas Arena with a heartbreaking loss after four points from San Diego State in the final 28 seconds led to a 64-63 Aztec victory on Tuesday night in Mountain West women’s basketball action. With the win, the Aztecs clinched the sixth spot in next week’s Mountain West Tournament, while the Lady Rebels will be the seventh seed, and will play the #10 seed (either New Mexico or San Jose State), on Monday, March 4 at 4:30 pm in the first round. This year’s tournament is being held at the Thomas & Mack Center on the UNLV campus.

It was a game that featured big runs by each team all game long. San Diego State made five of its first six shots to open up a 10-5 edge. UNLV responded with a 13-2 spurt, the final five points from Bell putting the Lady Rebels ahead 18-12 at the 11:14 mark. UNLV built its largest lead of the game, 26-19 off a three-pointer from Rmanii Haynes, at the 6:58 mark.

In what was one of the keys that decided the game, that basket by Haynes was the last one of the first half for UNLV, who would miss its final six shots while turning the ball over twice. San Diego State took advantage of the drought, reeling off the final 16 points of the half to take a 35-26 lead into the break.

Though UNLV made a few runs in the opening part of the second half, after scoring the first six out of the break it came no closer then six points over the first 10 minutes. After Cierra Warren scored six straight for the Aztecs, it looked like the home team was in control, thanks to a layup and two free throws following a technical foul that made the score 53-40 with 10:56 to play. Bell had different ideas however, as she sandwiched a pair of treys around a banked in three-pointer from Haynes, a 9-0 run in just 1:26 to make it a four-point game.

Bell kept it up from downtown, hitting two more, the second of which completed a 17-2 run that put the Lady Rebels ahead 57-55 at the 6:22 mark. SDSU answered with four straight from Danesha Long, while Danielle Miller added a free throw for UNLV, cutting the SDSU lead to 59-58 at the 4:24 mark. Both teams then clamped down on defense, as the game was scoreless for the next 2:33.

Warren broke the drought by going one-of-two at the line with 1:51 to play, giving the hosts a 60-58 edge. UNLV missed its next shot but forced a turnover, and on the next possession, Bell drained a NBA range trey form the top of the key with 55 seconds to go, putting the Lady Rebels up 61-60. Needing one stop, UNLV forced SDSU late into the shot clock, but Deajanae Scurry would turn the corner from the right side and got to the basket, laying the ball in with 28 seconds to go for a 62-61 lead. UNLV missed a jumper on the other end, and was forced to foul. Khristina Hunter made both free throws at the line with five seconds to go for a 64-61 lead. Following a foul, UNLV inbounded the ball at midcourt with three seconds left, and got a long three-point try from Bell that was just off the mark. Amie Callaway grabbed the rebound and quickly laid it in but then the horn sounded, ending the game at 64-63 in favor of the Aztecs.

In addition to the scoring drought at the end of the first half, the other key in the loss for UNLV was the Aztecs’ free throw shooting. SDSU came into the night second-to-last in the league in free throw percentage at 63.4%, but would make 21-of-27 for 77.8%. UNLV meanwhile was limited to just eight total free throw attempts (5-of-8).

Bell finished the game hitting 9-of-13, including a career-high 6-of-9 from three-point range, for her game-high 25 points. Alana Cearz was the other Lady Rebel in double-figures with 16. UNLV shot 42.9% (24-of-56) for the game, was 10-of-22 from three-point range for 45.5%, and 5-of-8 at the line for 62.5%. The Lady Rebels were outrebounded by a 36-26 margin, leading to a 17-11 edge on second chance points for SDSU. UNLV made up for that by coming up with 10 steals and forcing 19 turnovers, leading to a 26-16 advantage on points off turnovers.

Warren paced the Aztecs with 17 on her Senior Night, while Hunter chipped in 11 and Deidra Smith 10. SDSU shot 40% (20-of-50) for the game, and was 3-of-7 from three-point range for 42.9%.

UNLV closes out the regular season on Friday, March 7, when it hosts Nevada, Reno at 5 pm on Senior Night at Cox Pavilion. That game is also part of the Governor’s Series, an all-sports challenge sponsored by NV Energy.

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UNLV MEN’S GOLF NEWS: Rebels To Tee Up Spring Season In Hawaii

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UNLV MEN’S GOLF TO TEE UP SPRING SEASON IN HAWAII

Rebels will play at John A. Burns Intercollegiate Wednesday through Friday

The UNLV men’s golf team will open its spring season in Hawaii at the 38th Annual John A. Burns Intercollegiate, which will be played Wednesday-Friday, Feb. 19-21, on Kauai’s Wailua Golf Course (par 72, 6,991 yards).

The tournament, which is making a return trip to the Garden Island where it was held in 1978, features a 16-team field with five teams currently ranked in Golfweek’s Top 50: three-time defending champion and No. 2 California, No. 6 Texas A&M, No. 15 New Mexico, No. 28 UNLV and No. 37 BYU.

Also competing are Arizona, Colorado State, Fresno State, UH-Hilo, Long Beach State, Nevada, Reno, Pacific, Saint Mary’s, UTEP and Washington State.

A municipal course located in Lihue, Wailua has played host to three USGA National Public Links Championships and has a top 10 rating by Golf Digest as one of the best courses in the state of Hawaii.

The 54-hole tournament will consist of 18 holes each day. The first and second rounds will begin at 8 a.m. HST, while the final round on Friday will begin with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. HST.

In the lineup for the Rebels this week will be junior Kurt Kitayama, junior Carl Jonson, sophomore AJ McInerney, freshman Taylor Montgomery and freshman Chris Tuulik.

This year marks the third that the Burns has traveled off the island of Oahu.

In last year’s tournament, Cal won going away by 27 strokes at 14-under, while Joel Stalter took medalist honors by eight shots with a 12-under 204 total. As a team, UNLV finished sixth at 25-over. The Rebels’ top returning finisher from last year’s Burns is McInerney, who tied for 17th at 7-over. Johnson is the only other Rebel from last year to return to the Burns this week. He finished tied for 37th at 12-over.

Live scoring of the tournament will be available off a link at UNLVRebels.com, courtesy of Golfstat, and may be accessed by clicking here.

UNLV played in four events during the fall season, recording three top-five finishes, including a victory at the season-opening Carmel Cup. Rebel individuals have turned in six top-10 performances so far this season.

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UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Defense Carries Lady Rebels To 57-49 Win At Nevada, Reno

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DEFENSE LEADS UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TO 57-49 WIN AT NEVADA, RENO

Lady Rebels win seventh straight in the series, earn back-to-back road wins for first time in two years
 


Thanks to its best defensive performance on the season, in which it held Nevada, Reno to 25 points under its season average, the UNLV women’s basketball team claimed its seventh straight win in the series by a 57-49 score on Wednesday night at Lawlor Events Center. UNLV has now won back-to-back road games for the first time since Feb. 25, 2012, and improved to 5-10 overall, 2-1 in Mountain West play. UNR dropped to 6-8, 1-2 in the conference.

The Wolf Pack came in averaging 74.2 ppg, but were held to 19 first half points, while UNLV’s defense forced them into just 33.9% shooting (21-of-62) from the floor. The Lady Rebels turned UNR over 25 times and posting 15 steals on the night.

All of UNLV’s points on the night came from five players, as Alana Cesarz led the way with a game-high 14 points, including an 8-for-8 performance from the line. Danielle Miller posted 13 points and four steals, Mia Bell added 12 points and five rebounds, Aley Rohde just missed a third straight double-double with eight points and a career-high 14 rebounds, and Réjane Vérin scored 10 points off the bench.

“I love how our team is responding right now, they are very focused and we played together tonight,” said UNLV head coach Kathy Olivier. “Danielle is doing a great job of attacking the basket the last few games, while Mia has been making great decisions running the point. Alana was key tonight making all her free throws, while Aley did an outstanding job on defense against their center. We also had several players that understood we needed them to do other things besides just scoring tonight. Rmanii was one of those, she did a great job with her rebounding (six) and her defense (game-high five steals).”

Both teams struggled from the floor in the opening minutes, with UNLV recording its first field goal at the 15:32 mark. UNR held the lead for the first five minutes of the game, until Mia Bell sank a three-pointer for a 7-5 Lady Rebel advantage. Following a basket from Mimi Mungedi that tied the game at 7-7, the Lady Rebs scored six straight, going up 13-7 on a layup from Danielle Miller. Terilyn Moe hit a pair of free throws for UNR to make it a 13-9 game, before Vérin exploded for six quick points in a 73 second span, with her jumper at the 10:04 mark making it a 19-11 edge for the Lady Rebels. UNLV led by as much as 10, 25-15, before the Wolf Pack scored the final four points of the half to make it a 25-19 score going into the break.

UNR had two runs in the second half, the first a 6-0 run over a 1:12 stretch that cut the Lady Rebel edge to 29-27 at the 15:03 mark. The lead remained between two to four points for the next several minutes, until a three-point play from Amber Smith made the game the closest it was since the opening minutes, with UNLV holding onto a one-point edge, 33-32 at the 12:35 mark. The Lady Rebels answered this challenge by scoring the next five points of the game, part of a 11-2 run over the next three minutes. Four different Lady Rebels scored during the run, with a jumper from Miller giving UNLV a 44-34 edge at the 9:29 mark. UNR came no closer then six points the rest of the way, while UNLV’s largest lead was 11, 51-40 off a Vérin jumper with 3:33 to play. Despite the Wolf Pack converting a layup at the buzzer to reach 49 points, it was still the fewest points allowed by UNLV this season, and the first time UNR had failed to reach at least 60 in a game this season.

UNLV would shoot 33.3% (21-of-63) for the game, was 3-of-6 from three-point range, and made 12-of-18 at the line for 66.7%. Nyasha Lesure was the only Wolf Pack player in double-figures with 10 off the bench. Center Mimi Mungedi finished with eight points and 10 rebounds, while Moe added nine.

The Lady Rebels will have the weekend off before returning to action with a pair of home games, beginning with a Wednesday, Jan. 15 contest against New Mexico at 7 pm in the Cox Pavilion.

Final from Thomas And Mack: UNR defeats UNLV Mens Basketball 74-71. Runnin’ Rebels fall to 10-6, 1-2 MW

Nevada, Reno vs UNLV (01/08/14 at Tarkanian Court, Thomas & Mack Center)

Official Basketball Box Score
Nevada, Reno vs UNLV
01/08/14  6:15 PM at Tarkanian Court, Thomas & Mack Center

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VISITORS: Nevada, Reno 8-8, 3-0 MW
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
03 WEST, AJ............ f  5-9    0-0    1-2    6  3  9   4  11  0  1  5  0  20
13 HUFF, Cole.......... f  2-6    2-4    0-0    1  1  2   4   6  2  1  0  0  22
02 EVANS, Jerry, Jr.... g  1-12   0-7    0-0    1  8  9   0   2  2  0  2  1  38
23 PEREZ, Michael...... g  7-12   2-4    2-3    2  5  7   1  18  3  1  0  0  37
24 BURTON, Deonte...... g 12-20   2-4    3-6    0  5  5   2  29  3  0  1  1  32
01 COLEMAN, Marqueze...    0-0    0-0    4-4    1  4  5   3   4  3  2  0  0  18
15 FENNER, D.J.........    1-3    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   4   2  0  0  0  2  13
21 FALL, Ali...........    1-3    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   2   2  0  0  2  0  20
   TEAM................                                             1
   Totals..............   29-65   6-19  10-15  11 27 38  20  74 13  6 10  4 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-33 42.4%   2nd Half: 15-32 46.9%   Game: 44.6%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-9  11.1%   2nd Half:  5-10 50.0%   Game: 31.6%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  5-6  83.3%   2nd Half:  5-9  55.6%   Game: 66.7%    1

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HOME TEAM: UNLV 10-6, 1-2 MW
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
01 SMITH, Roscoe....... f  3-7    0-0    7-9    8  7 15   1  13  2  2  0  0  31
02 BIRCH, Khem......... f  3-10   0-0    6-6    3  4  7   1  12  1  1  2  0  29
03 OLEKAIBE, Kevin..... g  2-6    0-3    2-2    0  4  4   2   6  1  1  0  0  33
13 DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce. g  4-14   1-5    6-7    1  5  6   4  15  1  1  2  0  35
15 SMITH, Kendall...... g  3-11   1-3    1-3    1  0  1   2   8  2  0  0  0  31
05 WOOD, Christian.....    5-7    1-2    0-0    1  4  5   0  11  0  0  2  1  14
10 COOK, Daquan........    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  2  0  0  0   4
11 LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos..    1-2    0-0    0-0    1  1  2   0   2  0  0  0  0   6
33 SMITH, Deville......    1-5    0-2    2-3    1  2  3   1   4  1  2  0  2  17
   TEAM................                         1  2  3
   Totals..............   22-63   3-15  24-30  17 29 46  12  71 10  7  6  3 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-29 41.4%   2nd Half: 10-34 29.4%   Game: 34.9%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-6  16.7%   2nd Half:  2-9  22.2%   Game: 20.0%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half: 11-15 73.3%   2nd Half: 13-15 86.7%   Game: 80.0%    3

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Officials: John Higgins, Kelly Self, Shawn Lehigh
Technical fouls: Nevada, Reno-None. UNLV-None.
Attendance: 13741
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
Nevada, Reno..................   34   40  -   74
UNLV..........................   36   35  -   71

Points in the paint-NV 38,LV 32. Points off turnovers-NV 7,LV 6.
2nd chance points-NV 11,LV 19. Fast break points-NV 4,LV 9.
Bench points-NV 8,LV 17. Score tied-5 times. Lead changed-3 times.
Last FG-NV 2nd-03:37, LV 2nd-00:00.
Largest lead-NV by 14 2nd-03:37, LV by 11 1st-03:43.

Play-by-Play


Play-by-Play
Nevada, Reno vs UNLV
01/08/14  6:15 PM at Tarkanian Court, Thomas & Mack Center

1st PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: UNLV                                 TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: Nevada, Reno
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REBOUND (DEF) by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                19:44              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED LAYUP by SMITH, Kendall                  19:20
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  19:20
GOOD! LAYUP by SMITH, Roscoe [PNT]              19:18   2-0   H 2
BLOCK by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    19:00              MISSED JUMPER by PEREZ, Michael
                                                18:58              REBOUND (OFF) by WEST, AJ
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  18:57              MISSED TIP-IN by WEST, AJ
GOOD! LAYUP by SMITH, Kendall [FB/PNT]          18:52   4-0   H 4
ASSIST by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                   18:52
                                                18:36              TURNOVR by PEREZ, Michael
MISSED JUMPER by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            18:23              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
FOUL by SMITH, Kendall (P1T1)                   18:16   4-1   H 3  GOOD! FT SHOT by BURTON, Deonte
                                                18:16   4-2   H 2  GOOD! FT SHOT by BURTON, Deonte
GOOD! 3 PTR by SMITH, Kendall                   18:05   7-2   H 5
ASSIST by BIRCH, Khem                           18:05
                                                17:48   7-4   H 3  GOOD! DUNK by WEST, AJ [PNT]
                                                17:48              ASSIST by PEREZ, Michael
TURNOVR by SMITH, Roscoe                        17:12
REBOUND (DEF) by BIRCH, Khem                    16:57              MISSED 3 PTR by BURTON, Deonte
MISSED FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce           16:43              FOUL by WEST, AJ (P1T1)
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     16:43
GOOD! FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            16:43   8-4   H 4
REBOUND (DEF) by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                16:32              MISSED 3 PTR by HUFF, Cole
TURNOVR by SMITH, Roscoe                        16:21
                                                16:20              STEAL by BURTON, Deonte
                                                16:06   8-6   H 2  GOOD! LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte [PNT]
MISSED JUMPER by BIRCH, Khem                    15:44
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  15:44
MISSED TIP-IN by SMITH, Roscoe                  15:40              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  15:33              MISSED 3 PTR by HUFF, Cole
MISSED 3 PTR by SMITH, Kendall                  15:21              REBOUND (DEF) by BURTON, Deonte
                                                15:10              MISSED LAYUP by PEREZ, Michael
                                                15:10              REBOUND (OFF) by PEREZ, Michael
                                                15:08   8-8   T 1  GOOD! LAYUP by PEREZ, Michael [PNT]
MISSED LAYUP by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             14:43              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                14:35   8-10  V 2  GOOD! LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte [PNT]
MISSED LAYUP by SMITH, Roscoe                   14:13              REBOUND (DEF) by WEST, AJ
                                                14:05   8-12  V 4  GOOD! LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte [PNT]
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   14:03
SUB IN : SMITH, Deville                         14:03              SUB IN : FENNER, D.J.
SUB OUT: SMITH, Kendall                         14:03              SUB IN : FALL, Ali
                                                14:03              SUB OUT: WEST, AJ
                                                14:03              SUB OUT: EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED JUMPER by BIRCH, Khem                    13:50              REBOUND (DEF) by BURTON, Deonte
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  13:34              MISSED JUMPER by HUFF, Cole
                                                13:09              FOUL by HUFF, Cole (P1T2)
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   13:09
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  13:09   9-12  V 3
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  13:09  10-12  V 2
                                                13:09              SUB IN : COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                13:09              SUB IN : EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                13:09              SUB OUT: HUFF, Cole
                                                13:09              SUB OUT: BURTON, Deonte
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Deville                 12:59              MISSED 3 PTR by PEREZ, Michael
GOOD! LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem [PNT]                12:40  12-12  T 2
ASSIST by SMITH, Roscoe                         12:40
FOUL by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce (P1T2)              12:14  12-13  V 1  GOOD! FT SHOT by COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                12:14  12-14  V 2  GOOD! FT SHOT by COLEMAN, Marqueze
SUB IN : WOOD, Christian                        12:14              SUB IN : WEST, AJ
SUB IN : SMITH, Kendall                         12:14              SUB IN : BURTON, Deonte
SUB OUT: DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    12:14              SUB OUT: PEREZ, Michael
SUB OUT: SMITH, Roscoe                          12:14              SUB OUT: FALL, Ali
TURNOVR by BIRCH, Khem                          12:00
FOUL by BIRCH, Khem (P1T3)                      12:00
                                                11:37              TURNOVR by COLEMAN, Marqueze
STEAL by SMITH, Deville                         11:36
MISSED LAYUP by SMITH, Deville                  11:33              BLOCK by BURTON, Deonte
                                                11:31              REBOUND (DEF) by COLEMAN, Marqueze
REBOUND (DEF) by WOOD, Christian                11:26              MISSED JUMPER by BURTON, Deonte
TIMEOUT media                                   11:24
GOOD! LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem [PNT]                11:03  14-14  T 3
                                                10:39  14-16  V 2  GOOD! JUMPER by FENNER, D.J. [PNT]
MISSED JUMPER by SMITH, Deville                 10:24              BLOCK by WEST, AJ
                                                10:24              REBOUND (DEF) by WEST, AJ
SUB IN : DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    10:24              SUB IN : HUFF, Cole
SUB IN : SMITH, Roscoe                          10:24              SUB OUT: FENNER, D.J.
SUB OUT: OLEKAIBE, Kevin                        10:24
SUB OUT: BIRCH, Khem                            10:24
BLOCK by WOOD, Christian                        10:10              MISSED JUMPER by HUFF, Cole
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  10:08
                                                10:08              FOUL by COLEMAN, Marqueze (P1T3)
                                                10:08              SUB IN : PEREZ, Michael
                                                10:08              SUB IN : FALL, Ali
                                                10:08              SUB OUT: COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                10:08              SUB OUT: WEST, AJ
MISSED 3 PTR by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             09:48
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  09:48
GOOD! LAYUP by WOOD, Christian [PNT]            09:45  16-16  T 4
ASSIST by SMITH, Roscoe                         09:45
REBOUND (DEF) by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            09:23              MISSED LAYUP by FALL, Ali
MISSED FT SHOT by SMITH, Deville                09:13              FOUL by BURTON, Deonte (P1T4)
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     09:13
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Deville                 09:13  17-16  H 1
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Deville                 09:13  18-16  H 2
REBOUND (DEF) by WOOD, Christian                08:55              MISSED JUMPER by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  08:42  19-16  H 3  FOUL by BURTON, Deonte (P2T5)
MISSED FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                 08:42              REBOUND (DEF) by PEREZ, Michael
                                                08:42              SUB IN : COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                08:42              SUB IN : WEST, AJ
                                                08:42              SUB OUT: FALL, Ali
                                                08:42              SUB OUT: BURTON, Deonte
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  08:21              MISSED 3 PTR by PEREZ, Michael
GOOD! JUMPER by SMITH, Kendall [PNT]            08:06  21-16  H 5
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Kendall                 08:04  22-16  H 6  FOUL by COLEMAN, Marqueze (P2T6)
SUB IN : LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos                     08:04
SUB IN : OLEKAIBE, Kevin                        08:04
SUB OUT: WOOD, Christian                        08:04
SUB OUT: SMITH, Kendall                         08:04
                                                07:52              TURNOVR by WEST, AJ
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   07:52
GOOD! JUMPER by SMITH, Deville                  07:40  24-16  H 8
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Deville                 07:18              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED JUMPER by LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos             07:08              BLOCK by WEST, AJ
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Deville                 07:06
TURNOVR by SMITH, Deville                       07:04
                                                07:03              STEAL by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                06:59  24-18  H 6  GOOD! DUNK by WEST, AJ [FB/PNT]
                                                06:59              ASSIST by COLEMAN, Marqueze
GOOD! LAYUP by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce [PNT]        06:28  26-18  H 8
ASSIST by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                       06:28
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         06:10              MISSED LAYUP by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
SUB IN : BIRCH, Khem                            06:08
SUB OUT: LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos                     06:08
MISSED 3 PTR by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             05:59
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  05:59
MISSED 3 PTR by SMITH, Deville                  05:39              REBOUND (DEF) by PEREZ, Michael
                                                05:13              TURNOVR by HUFF, Cole
STEAL by SMITH, Deville                         05:12
GOOD! DUNK by OLEKAIBE, Kevin [FB/PNT]          05:10  28-18  H 10
ASSIST by SMITH, Deville                        05:10
                                                04:49  28-20  H 8  GOOD! DUNK by WEST, AJ [PNT]
                                                04:49              ASSIST by PEREZ, Michael
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  04:23  29-20  H 9  FOUL by HUFF, Cole (P2T7)
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  04:23  30-20  H 10
SUB IN : WOOD, Christian                        04:23              SUB IN : BURTON, Deonte
SUB IN : SMITH, Kendall                         04:23              SUB IN : FENNER, D.J.
SUB OUT: DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    04:23              SUB OUT: COLEMAN, Marqueze
SUB OUT: SMITH, Roscoe                          04:23              SUB OUT: HUFF, Cole
REBOUND (DEF) by BIRCH, Khem                    04:08              MISSED JUMPER by WEST, AJ
MISSED LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem                     03:59              BLOCK by WEST, AJ
                                                03:57              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
FOUL by SMITH, Deville (P1T4)                   03:50
                                                03:50              TIMEOUT MEDIA
                                                03:50  30-21  H 9  GOOD! FT SHOT by WEST, AJ
REBOUND (DEF) by BIRCH, Khem                    03:50              MISSED FT SHOT by WEST, AJ
GOOD! FT SHOT by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                03:43  31-21  H 10 FOUL by FENNER, D.J. (P1T8)
GOOD! FT SHOT by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                03:43  32-21  H 11
                                                03:33  32-23  H 9  GOOD! LAYUP by PEREZ, Michael [PNT]
GOOD! JUMPER by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                 03:16  34-23  H 11
                                                03:00              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                03:00              REBOUND (OFF) by WEST, AJ
                                                02:56              MISSED LAYUP by WEST, AJ
                                                02:56              REBOUND (OFF) by WEST, AJ
                                                02:54  34-25  H 9  GOOD! LAYUP by WEST, AJ [PNT]
MISSED FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                 02:35              FOUL by WEST, AJ (P2T9)
                                                02:35              REBOUND (DEF) by FALL, Ali
SUB IN : SMITH, Roscoe                          02:35              SUB IN : FALL, Ali
SUB OUT: BIRCH, Khem                            02:35              SUB OUT: WEST, AJ
                                                02:21  34-27  H 7  GOOD! JUMPER by BURTON, Deonte
TURNOVR by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                      01:52
                                                01:51              STEAL by FENNER, D.J.
SUB IN : DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    01:50
SUB OUT: SMITH, Kendall                         01:50
                                                01:36  34-30  H 4  GOOD! 3 PTR by BURTON, Deonte
                                                01:36              ASSIST by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED 3 PTR by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                 01:24              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                01:06  34-32  H 2  GOOD! JUMPER by BURTON, Deonte
MISSED LAYUP by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                 00:33
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  00:33
GOOD! TIP-IN by SMITH, Roscoe [PNT]             00:31  36-32  H 4
                                                00:21              TIMEOUT 30sec
SUB IN : SMITH, Kendall                         00:21
SUB OUT: SMITH, Deville                         00:21
                                                00:01  36-34  H 2  GOOD! DUNK by EVANS, Jerry, Jr. [PNT]



                                    UNLV 36, Nevada, Reno 34

          1st period-only      InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties  Leads
          Nevada, Reno           22       7       4       2       4      1     1
          UNLV                   18       4       6       4       6      3     1


2nd PERIOD Play-by-Play (Page 1)
HOME TEAM: UNLV                                 TIME   SCORE  MAR  VISITORS: Nevada, Reno
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                                                19:53  36-36  T 5  GOOD! DUNK by PEREZ, Michael [PNT]
                                                19:53              ASSIST by HUFF, Cole
MISSED JUMPER by SMITH, Kendall                 19:33              REBOUND (DEF) by WEST, AJ
                                                19:22              MISSED LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte
                                                19:22              REBOUND (OFF) by WEST, AJ
                                                19:19  36-38  V 2  GOOD! DUNK by WEST, AJ [PNT]
MISSED LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem                     18:53              REBOUND (DEF) by HUFF, Cole
                                                18:42  36-41  V 5  GOOD! 3 PTR by HUFF, Cole
                                                18:42              ASSIST by BURTON, Deonte
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   18:34
MISSED JUMPER by SMITH, Roscoe                  18:06              REBOUND (DEF) by BURTON, Deonte
                                                17:58              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                17:58              REBOUND (OFF) by HUFF, Cole
                                                17:37  36-43  V 7  GOOD! LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte [PNT]
MISSED JUMPER by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            17:09              REBOUND (DEF) by BURTON, Deonte
REBOUND (DEF) by (TEAM)                         16:56              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED LAYUP by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             16:45              BLOCK by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
REBOUND (OFF) by BIRCH, Khem                    16:43
MISSED JUMPER by BIRCH, Khem                    16:41              BLOCK by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                16:39              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                16:33  36-45  V 9  GOOD! LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte [PNT]
TIMEOUT 30sec                                   16:27
MISSED LAYUP by SMITH, Kendall                  16:20              BLOCK by WEST, AJ
REBOUND (OFF) by BIRCH, Khem                    16:18
GOOD! LAYUP by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce [PNT]        16:10  38-45  V 7
GOOD! FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            16:10  39-45  V 6  FOUL by WEST, AJ (P3T1)
                                                16:10              SUB IN : FALL, Ali
                                                16:10              SUB OUT: WEST, AJ
REBOUND (DEF) by BIRCH, Khem                    15:51              MISSED LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte
MISSED 3 PTR by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             15:42
REBOUND (OFF) by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            15:42
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   15:38
MISSED JUMPER by SMITH, Roscoe                  15:25              BLOCK by FALL, Ali
                                                15:23              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                15:03  39-48  V 9  GOOD! 3 PTR by HUFF, Cole
                                                15:03              ASSIST by PEREZ, Michael
GOOD! 3 PTR by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce              14:27  42-48  V 6
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  14:06              MISSED 3 PTR by BURTON, Deonte
MISSED 3 PTR by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                 13:58              REBOUND (DEF) by PEREZ, Michael
                                                13:32  42-51  V 9  GOOD! 3 PTR by PEREZ, Michael
                                                13:32              ASSIST by BURTON, Deonte
GOOD! FT SHOT by BIRCH, Khem                    13:08  43-51  V 8  FOUL by FALL, Ali (P1T2)
GOOD! FT SHOT by BIRCH, Khem                    13:08  44-51  V 7
SUB IN : WOOD, Christian                        13:08              SUB IN : FENNER, D.J.
SUB OUT: BIRCH, Khem                            13:08              SUB OUT: EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                12:53  44-53  V 9  GOOD! LAYUP by FALL, Ali [PNT]
                                                12:53              ASSIST by HUFF, Cole
                                                12:46              FOUL by FENNER, D.J. (P2T3)
                                                12:46              SUB IN : COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                12:46              SUB OUT: BURTON, Deonte
MISSED JUMPER by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            12:35
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  12:35
GOOD! TIP-IN by SMITH, Roscoe [PNT]             12:33  46-53  V 7
FOUL by OLEKAIBE, Kevin (P1T1)                  12:15  46-54  V 8  GOOD! FT SHOT by PEREZ, Michael
                                                12:15  46-55  V 9  GOOD! FT SHOT by PEREZ, Michael
SUB IN : BIRCH, Khem                            12:15              SUB IN : EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
SUB IN : SMITH, Deville                         12:15              SUB OUT: HUFF, Cole
SUB OUT: OLEKAIBE, Kevin                        12:15
SUB OUT: SMITH, Roscoe                          12:15
TURNOVR by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                  12:02
REBOUND (DEF) by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            11:48              MISSED LAYUP by FALL, Ali
MISSED 3 PTR by WOOD, Christian                 11:41              REBOUND (DEF) by COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                11:24  46-57  V 11 GOOD! JUMPER by PEREZ, Michael
TIMEOUT TEAM                                    11:09
                                                11:09              SUB IN : WEST, AJ
                                                11:09              SUB OUT: FALL, Ali
TURNOVR by SMITH, Deville                       11:00
                                                10:56              STEAL by FENNER, D.J.
BLOCK by BIRCH, Khem                            10:44              MISSED LAYUP by PEREZ, Michael
REBOUND (DEF) by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            10:42
MISSED 3 PTR by SMITH, Deville                  10:37              REBOUND (DEF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                10:16              MISSED JUMPER by FENNER, D.J.
                                                10:16              REBOUND (OFF) by WEST, AJ
BLOCK by WOOD, Christian                        09:52              MISSED JUMPER by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                09:51              REBOUND (OFF) by WEST, AJ
                                                09:49              MISSED LAYUP by WEST, AJ
REBOUND (DEF) by WOOD, Christian                09:47
                                                09:41              FOUL by PEREZ, Michael (P1T4)
TIMEOUT media                                   09:41
GOOD! FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            09:41  47-57  V 10
GOOD! FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            09:41  48-57  V 9
SUB IN : SMITH, Roscoe                          09:41              SUB IN : HUFF, Cole
SUB IN : COOK, Daquan                           09:41              SUB IN : BURTON, Deonte
SUB OUT: WOOD, Christian                        09:41              SUB OUT: EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
SUB OUT: SMITH, Deville                         09:41              SUB OUT: PEREZ, Michael
REBOUND (DEF) by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            09:28              MISSED JUMPER by FENNER, D.J.
                                                09:26              FOUL by FENNER, D.J. (P3T5)
MISSED 3 PTR by SMITH, Kendall                  09:15
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  09:15
MISSED LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem                     09:06              BLOCK by WEST, AJ
REBOUND (OFF) by (TEAM)                         09:06
                                                09:06              SUB IN : EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                09:06              SUB IN : PEREZ, Michael
                                                09:06              SUB OUT: FENNER, D.J.
                                                09:06              SUB OUT: COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                08:59              FOUL by WEST, AJ (P4T6)
                                                08:59              SUB IN : FALL, Ali
                                                08:59              SUB OUT: WEST, AJ
GOOD! JUMPER by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             08:57  50-57  V 7
ASSIST by COOK, Daquan                          08:57
FOUL by SMITH, Roscoe (P1T2)                    08:38  50-58  V 8  GOOD! FT SHOT by BURTON, Deonte
REBOUND (DEF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  08:38              MISSED FT SHOT by BURTON, Deonte
MISSED 3 PTR by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce             08:30
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Roscoe                  08:30
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  08:27  51-58  V 7  FOUL by HUFF, Cole (P3T7)
GOOD! FT SHOT by SMITH, Roscoe                  08:27  52-58  V 6
SUB IN : OLEKAIBE, Kevin                        08:27
SUB OUT: SMITH, Kendall                         08:27
                                                08:12  52-60  V 8  GOOD! LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte [PNT]
GOOD! FT SHOT by BIRCH, Khem                    08:01  53-60  V 7  FOUL by HUFF, Cole (P4T8)
GOOD! FT SHOT by BIRCH, Khem                    08:01  54-60  V 6
SUB IN : LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos                     08:01              SUB IN : FENNER, D.J.
SUB OUT: BIRCH, Khem                            08:01              SUB OUT: HUFF, Cole
REBOUND (DEF) by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                07:45              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED JUMPER by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            07:37              REBOUND (DEF) by PEREZ, Michael
                                                07:09  54-63  V 9  GOOD! 3 PTR by PEREZ, Michael
                                                07:09              ASSIST by BURTON, Deonte
                                                06:56              FOUL by FENNER, D.J. (P4T9)
TIMEOUT MEDIA                                   06:56
GOOD! FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            06:56  55-63  V 8
GOOD! FT SHOT by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            06:56  56-63  V 7
SUB IN : BIRCH, Khem                            06:56              SUB IN : COLEMAN, Marqueze
SUB IN : SMITH, Kendall                         06:56              SUB OUT: FENNER, D.J.
SUB OUT: DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    06:56
SUB OUT: LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos                     06:56
                                                06:45  56-65  V 9  GOOD! DUNK by PEREZ, Michael [PNT]
                                                06:45              ASSIST by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
MISSED JUMPER by COOK, Daquan                   06:20              REBOUND (DEF) by COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                05:51  56-67  V 11 GOOD! JUMPER by BURTON, Deonte
MISSED FT SHOT by SMITH, Kendall                05:41              FOUL by COLEMAN, Marqueze (P3T10)
REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)                     05:41
MISSED FT SHOT by SMITH, Kendall                05:41              REBOUND (DEF) by COLEMAN, Marqueze
SUB IN : DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    05:41
SUB OUT: COOK, Daquan                           05:41
BLOCK by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce                    05:25              MISSED JUMPER by BURTON, Deonte
REBOUND (DEF) by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce            05:24
MISSED LAYUP by SMITH, Kendall                  05:17
REBOUND (OFF) by BIRCH, Khem                    05:17
MISSED LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem                     05:15              REBOUND (DEF) by BURTON, Deonte
                                                05:07  56-69  V 13 GOOD! DUNK by BURTON, Deonte [FB/PNT]
                                                05:07              ASSIST by COLEMAN, Marqueze
GOOD! FT SHOT by BIRCH, Khem                    04:43  57-69  V 12 FOUL by FALL, Ali (P2T11)
GOOD! FT SHOT by BIRCH, Khem                    04:43  58-69  V 11
FOUL by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce (P2T3)              04:22
BLOCK by BIRCH, Khem                            04:05              MISSED LAYUP by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                04:03              REBOUND (OFF) by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                03:54              MISSED DUNK by BURTON, Deonte
                                                03:54              REBOUND (OFF) by PEREZ, Michael
                                                03:48              TIMEOUT 30sec
                                                03:37  58-72  V 14 GOOD! 3 PTR by BURTON, Deonte
                                                03:37              ASSIST by COLEMAN, Marqueze
GOOD! LAYUP by BIRCH, Khem [PNT]                03:23  60-72  V 12
ASSIST by SMITH, Kendall                        03:23
                                                02:45              MISSED 3 PTR by EVANS, Jerry, Jr.
                                                02:45              REBOUND (OFF) by COLEMAN, Marqueze
FOUL by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce (P3T4)              02:27
                                                02:27              TIMEOUT media
SUB IN : LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos                     02:27
SUB OUT: BIRCH, Khem                            02:27
FOUL by DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce (P4T5)              02:00              MISSED FT SHOT by BURTON, Deonte
                                                02:00              REBOUND (OFF) by (DEADBALL)
REBOUND (DEF) by LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos             02:00              MISSED FT SHOT by BURTON, Deonte
SUB IN : WOOD, Christian                        02:00
SUB OUT: SMITH, Roscoe                          02:00
MISSED LAYUP by WOOD, Christian                 01:52
REBOUND (OFF) by LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos             01:52
GOOD! LAYUP by LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos [PNT]         01:50  62-72  V 10
                                                01:10              TURNOVR by (TEAM)
MISSED 3 PTR by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                 00:58              REBOUND (DEF) by PEREZ, Michael
FOUL by OLEKAIBE, Kevin (P2T6)                  00:48
REBOUND (DEF) by OLEKAIBE, Kevin                00:28              MISSED LAYUP by BURTON, Deonte
SUB IN : COOK, Daquan                           00:22
SUB OUT: SMITH, Kendall                         00:22
GOOD! LAYUP by WOOD, Christian [PNT]            00:20  64-72  V 8
ASSIST by SMITH, Kendall                        00:20
                                                00:15              TURNOVR by COLEMAN, Marqueze
STEAL by WOOD, Christian                        00:14
GOOD! LAYUP by WOOD, Christian [FB/PNT]         00:13  66-72  V 6
FOUL by SMITH, Kendall (P2T7)                   00:10              MISSED FT SHOT by PEREZ, Michael
REBOUND (DEF) by WOOD, Christian                00:10
MISSED LAYUP by SMITH, Kendall                  00:10              BLOCK by FALL, Ali
REBOUND (OFF) by SMITH, Kendall                 00:10
MISSED JUMPER by SMITH, Kendall                 00:08
REBOUND (OFF) by WOOD, Christian                00:08
GOOD! TIP-IN by WOOD, Christian [PNT]           00:06  68-72  V 4
FOUL by COOK, Daquan (P1T8)                     00:04  68-73  V 5  GOOD! FT SHOT by COLEMAN, Marqueze
                                                00:04  68-74  V 6  GOOD! FT SHOT by COLEMAN, Marqueze
GOOD! 3 PTR by WOOD, Christian [FB]             00:00  71-74  V 3
ASSIST by COOK, Daquan                          00:00



                                    Nevada, Reno 74, UNLV 71

          2nd period-only      InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties  Leads
          Nevada, Reno           16       0       7       2       4      1     1
          UNLV                   14       2      13       5      11      0     0


Official Basketball Box Score — 1st Half


Official Basketball Box Score -- 1st Half
Nevada, Reno vs UNLV
01/08/14  6:15 PM at Tarkanian Court, Thomas & Mack Center

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VISITORS: Nevada, Reno 8-8, 3-0 MW
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
03 WEST, AJ............ f  4-7    0-0    1-2    3  2  5   2   9  0  1  3  0  14
13 HUFF, Cole.......... f  0-4    0-2    0-0    0  0  0   2   0  0  1  0  0  13
02 EVANS, Jerry, Jr.... g  1-6    0-3    0-0    0  5  5   0   2  1  0  0  1  19
23 PEREZ, Michael...... g  2-6    0-2    0-0    1  2  3   0   4  2  1  0  0  18
24 BURTON, Deonte...... g  6-8    1-2    2-2    0  2  2   2  15  0  0  1  1  15
01 COLEMAN, Marqueze...    0-0    0-0    2-2    0  1  1   2   2  1  1  0  0   7
15 FENNER, D.J.........    1-1    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   2  0  0  0  1   8
21 FALL, Ali...........    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   0   0  0  0  0  0   6
   TEAM................
   Totals..............   14-33   1-9    5-6    4 13 17   9  34  4  4  4  3 100

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-33 42.4%
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-9  11.1%
F Throw % 1st Half:  5-6  83.3%

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HOME TEAM: UNLV 10-6, 1-2 MW
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
01 SMITH, Roscoe....... f  2-4    0-0    5-7    5  5 10   0   9  2  2  0  0  16
02 BIRCH, Khem......... f  2-5    0-0    0-0    0  3  3   1   4  1  1  0  0  13
03 OLEKAIBE, Kevin..... g  2-4    0-1    2-2    0  2  2   0   6  1  1  0  0  17
13 DEJEAN-JONES, Bryce. g  1-5    0-2    1-2    0  1  1   1   3  1  0  1  0  16
15 SMITH, Kendall...... g  3-5    1-2    1-1    0  0  0   1   8  0  0  0  0  13
05 WOOD, Christian.....    1-1    0-0    0-0    0  2  2   0   2  0  0  1  0   9
10 COOK, Daquan........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0   0
11 LOPEZ-SOSA, Carlos..    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0   2
33 SMITH, Deville......    1-4    0-1    2-3    1  2  3   1   4  1  1  0  2  14
   TEAM................                            1  1
   Totals..............   12-29   1-6   11-15   6 16 22   4  36  6  5  2  2 100

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-29 41.4%
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-6  16.7%
F Throw % 1st Half: 11-15 73.3%

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Officials: John Higgins, Kelly Self, Shawn Lehigh
Technical fouls: Nevada, Reno-None. UNLV-None.
Attendance: 13741
Score by Periods                1st
Nevada, Reno..................   34
UNLV..........................   36

Points in the paint-NV 22,LV 18. Points off turnovers-NV 7,LV 4.
2nd chance points-NV 4,LV 6. Fast break points-NV 2,LV 4.
Bench points-NV 4,LV 6. Score tied-4 times. Lead changed-2 times.
Last FG-NV 2nd-03:37, LV 2nd-00:00.
Largest lead-NV by 14 2nd-03:37, LV by 11 1st-03:43.

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UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Lady Rebels Play At In-State Rival Nevada, Reno Wednesday

UNLV

 

UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYS AT NEVADA, RENO IN GOVERNOR’S SERIES CONTEST

Wednesday night is the first contest of the season between the two in-state rivals

The UNLV women’s basketball team looks for a second league win on Wednesday night when it takes on Nevada, Reno on the road at 6:30 pm. The contest is also the first year of the year in the Governor’s Series, presented by NV Energy, an all-sports competition between the two schools. UNLV won the initial series last season, and currently leads this year’s by a 9-3 score.

The Lady Rebels are also looking for their seventh straight win over their rival from the north. Head coach Kathy Olivier, a former UNLV All-American, is a perfect 6-0 against the Wolf Pack, including a season sweep last season in UNR’s first year in the Mountain West.

There will be a live video feed of the game that will be featured on the Mountain West Network at UNLVRebels.com. while the UNLV radio broadcast, featuring the call from Adam Candee, is available on KSHP 1400 AM and also off a link at UNLVRebels.com. Live stats are available as well at the website through Gametracker.

 

GAME 15 – Wednesday, January 8 • 6:30 pm

UNLV (4-10, 1-1 MW)
Head coach: Kathy Olivier (76-95, 6th year)
Leading scorer: Jr./G Danielle Miller (13.5 ppg)

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Nevada, Reno (6-7, 1-1 MW)
Head coach: Jane Albright (78-94, 5th year)
Leading scorer: Sr./G Danika Sharp (13.5 ppg)

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UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS : Runnin’ Rebels Host Nevada, Reno In Governor’s Series Game On Wednesday At 6:15 PM

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RUNNIN’ REBELS HOST NEVADA, RENO WEDNESDAY

Governor’s Series game will tip at 6:15 p.m. at the Thomas & Mack Center

The UNLV men’s basketball team, which had its seven-game win streak snapped on Saturday at home against Air Force (75-68), will host Nevada, Reno, on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 6:15 p.m. at the Thomas & Mack Center. The game is part of the Governor’s Series, presented by NV Energy, which is a head-to-head athletic and academic challenge between UNLV and UNR. The winner of the season series in men’s basketball will earn three points toward the final score. UNLV leads this year’s Governor’s Series 9-3 and won last year’s inaugural series by a final score of 37.5-10.5.

Wednesday’s game vs. the Wolf Pack will be televised on CBS Sports Network with Rich Waltz, Doug Gottlieb and Lauren Gardner calling the action. Jon Sandler and Robert Smith will handle the radio call, which may be heard on ESPN Radio 1100/98.9 FM. A radio broadcast listen link and Gametracker will be available at UNLVRebels.com.

After six straight games at home to open the season, UNLV played two road games during its “Rodeo Road Trip,” losing a close one at then-No. 2 Arizona (63-58) on Dec. 7, then beating Southern Utah on Dec. 14 in Cedar City, which started the seven-game win streak. In the loss to the Wildcats, the Runnin’ Rebels held what is now the nation’s top-ranked team to its second-lowest scoring output of the season and its third-closest game in terms of margin of victory.

Roscoe Smith, who leads the nation in rebounding average with 12.7 rpg, is tied for first in the country in double-doubles with 10. He had just one in two seasons at UConn. Smith grabbed 10 or more rebounds in the first six games of the season (now 12 of 15) with totals of 19, 21 and a career-high 22. Birch, who has seven double-doubles this season, is sixth in the country in blocked shots with 3.8 per contest. He has had double-figure rebounding totals in eight of his 15 games and has blocked at least four shots in a game eight times this season. Dejean-Jones leads the team in scoring with 14.4 ppg (2nd in Mountain West play at 26.0 ppg), while Smith (12.5 ppg, 12.7 rpg) is second on the team in scoring and is averaging a double-double. Birch is just shy of averaging a double-double (11.7 ppg, 9.9 rpg). Senior guard Kevin Olekaibe is the fourth Runnin’ Rebel in double figures at 10.9 ppg.

GAME #16

NEVADA, RENO (7-8, 2-0 Mountain West)

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DATE: Wednesday, January 8, 2014
TIME: 6:15 p.m. PST
SITE: Tarkanian Court, Thomas & Mack Center (18,500), Las Vegas
TV: CBS Sports Network (Rich Waltz, Doug Gottlieb, Lauren Gardner)
RADIO: ESPN Radio 1100 AM/98.9 FM (Jon Sandler, Robert Smith)
ONLINE: Radio (audio) & Gametracker at UNLVRebels.com

UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NEWS: Miller Leads Lady Rebels To 72-65 MW Road Win At Air Force

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LATE CHARGE CARRIES UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TO 72-65 WIN AT AIR FORCE

Danielle Miller scores career-high 24 points in the victory

Trailing by seven points late in the game, UNLV hit Air Force with an 18-3 run and would score 26 points in the final six minutes to claim a 72-65 Mountain West women’s basketball road victory at Air Force on Saturday afternoon from Clune Arena. The Lady Rebels snapped a losing streak to improve to 4-10 overall, 1-1 in league play.

“We did a good job when we got in trouble and fell behind,” said UNLV head coach Kathy Olivier. “We got together and had some good execution and some things went our way. Good things happen when you think positive, and we were able to use that to pull out the road win at the end.”

The Falcons (1-11, 0-2 MW) led by as much as nine points, and were ahead 50-42 at the 9:11 mark of the second half. After UNLV scored four straight to close within four points, Air Force’s Camille Thompson drained a three-pointer to push the edge back to seven, 53-46 with 6:06 on the clock. UNLV then clamped down on defense, not allowing a point for almost a three-minute stretch. Danielle Miller meanwhile led the charge on the offensive side, scoring six straight before Réjane Vérin converted a layup off a great assist through traffic by Mia Bell. Vérin’s basket, coming at the 3:26 mark, gave UNLV a 54-53 advantage, its first lead since late in the first half.

After Air Force went one-of-two at the line on the other end to tie the score, Aley Rohde was the next Lady Rebel to step up. On the next four possessions, she scored off an offensive rebound, blocked a Falcon shot, hit a short jumper off a Miller assist, and then rebounded the next Air Force miss, which lead to a Vérin layup and a 60-54 edge. Air Force drew a foul and made two free throws to close within four. UNLV answered back with four of its own at the line, going up 64-56 at the 1:19 mark. That completed the 18-3 run for UNLV, of which 16 of the 18 points were scored by the trio of Vérin, Rohde and Miller. Air Force did cut the edge to four once, but UNLV closed out the win by going 8-of-8 at the charity stripe in the final minute.

Miller finished the afternoon with a career-high 24 points, and was 12-of-16 at the free throw line, which included making her last 10 attempts. Vérin was next for UNLV with 15 points and seven rebounds, while Bell posted her fifth straight game in double-figures with 12. Rohde notched her second double-double in a row with 11 points and a career-high tying 13 rebounds. UNLV shot just 32.8% (21-of-64) from the floor and was 2-of-11 from three-point range, with both makes coming from Bell. The Lady Rebels made up for their shooting by getting to the line, where they were 28-of-38 for 73.7%. The Lady Rebels also held advantages in both points off turnovers (17-10) thanks to their 14 steals, and in second chance points in 17-7, as they owned a 46-40 edge on the boards, and 17-8 on the offensive side.

“I thought Danielle did a great job today,” said Olivier. “She played aggressive basketball today she’s had a really good few days of practice, is stepping up as a leader. I thought she did a good job of playing good defense while staying in with her fourth foul, and made all her free throws down the stretch. Réjane really stepped up on the boards, Mia had great leadership, while Aley also did a great job rebounding today.

“One of our keys today was to take advantage of our inside presence, and while we didn’t score as much as we wanted in the paint, we were able to draw fouls and get to the line. We had good energy today, and when you have good energy on the road that’s a big advantage.”

The first half was tight for the first few minutes until UNLV used an 8-2 run to open up a 21-14 lead at the 7:46 mark. The lead was still at seven points with under five to go, 27-20, when Camille Thompson scored five straight for the Falcons and Lindsey Lewis added a jumper to tie the game. Following a Miller layup, Thompson completed a four-point play to put Air Force ahead, and they added three more points for a 34-29 edge, before the Lady Rebs scored the last four points of the half to go into halftime trailing 34-33.

In the second half, the Lady Rebels got a jumper from Alana Cesarz, but then went cold from the floor, not getting another basket for a three-minute span. Air Force would push the lead back to seven during that time, and the advantage for the Falcons stayed at five or higher until the final six minutes.

Air Force was led by Thompson with 23 points. Lewis and Charae Medina both added 12 each. The Falcons shot 42.6% (23-of-54) for the game, were 6-of-20 for 30% from behind the arc, and made 13-of-19 at the free throw line for 68.4%.

The Lady Rebels play again on the road in their next game, a Wednesday, Jan. 8 contest at in-state rival Nevada, Reno at 6:30 pm, That game is also part of the Govenor’s Series, the all-sports competition between the two schools sponsored by NV Energy.

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