Nevada Blows Out Bradley
The Pack moved to 7-2 on the season with a 91-69 victory over the Bradley Braves, tying the team’s season high in points scored. Nevada did not give up the lead once during the win.
The Pack moved to 7-2 on the season with a 91-69 victory over the Bradley Braves, tying the team’s season high in points scored.
Nevada did not give up the lead once during the win.
Nevada saw five players score in double figures for the second time this season, also occurring against Iona in Reno.
Lindsey Drew picked up his 10th board with 3:35 to play in the first half. The rebound marked a career high for the sophomore.
Lindsey Drew went to the line with 3:34 left in the game, draining one for his 10th point of the night, marking his first career double-double. Drew ended the night with 14 rebounds, 11 points and eight assists.
The Pack ended the first half shooting 56.7 percent (17-of-30), the best first-half percentage of the season. The Pack ended the game shooting 55.6 percent overall.
Leland King II set a new career high with 12 points on the night.
Jordan Caroline finished the night with a career-high 23 points.
D.J. Fenner went 5-of-6 from beyond the arch, a new career high for the senior. His 21 points are a season high.
Nevada went into the half up 46-26, the second-largest margin heading to the locker room this season.
Nevada held Bradley to just 26 points in the first half, tying the lowest opponent score after 20 minutes this season. The Pack also held Pacific to 26 first-half points.
Drew’s scored a season-high 11 points for the third time this season.
Marcus Marshall scored 12 points to continue the perfect season streak of scoring in double figures.
Cameron Oliver (8) scored below 10 points for the first time this season.
Nevada Press Release