Nevada is 4-3 after defeating Bradley (3-3) 64-59 tonight in the Wolf Pack's final game of the Chicago Invitational Challenge. Nevada went 3-1 in the challenge. The Pack won both home games in the challenge and went 1-1 in the two games played at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Ill.
Nevada third-year head coach David Carter its now 38-35.
Junior guard Malik Story led the Pack in scoring for the third time this season finishing with 20 points against Bradley. It was his second 20-point game of the week, after scoring 28 at home versus Longwood on Tuesday. Story represented Nevada on the all-tournament squad. He averaged 16 points in the four games and 15.5 in the two played at the Sears Centre.
Senior forward Olek Czyz finished with a season-high 18 points. Czyz grabbed a team-high seven rebounds tonight and has led the Pack in rebounding the last three games. He had nine versus Longwood and BYU.
After scoring in double figures the last four games, sophomore guard Jerry Evans, Jr. did not score in tonight's game with Bradley. The Bradley game is the first in which Evans did not score this season.
Nevada has made and attempted more free throws in each game this season than its opponents.
Nevada hosts Washington (4-1) on Friday night at 8 p.m. The game will air on ESPNU