The Ramon Sessions Basketball Performance Center has been opened for use for the Nevada men’s basketball team. Ramon Sessions (‘04- ‘07), now of the New York Knicks, donated one million dollars in order for the project to be fully funded.

The gym has one full-length court and two non-regulation size courts the run perpendicular to the main court, totaling six baskets. The main court has the same artwork and design of the game court in the Lawlor Events Center. The gym boasts of a state of the art sound system and three L.E.D. scoreboards.

The practice facility will be used as a supplementary facility for the teams during the season and more heavily used during the office season. Basketball student-athletes and coaches will have 24-hour access to the facility for the flexibility to workout anytime.

"We cannot thank Ramon Sessions enough for his generous donation to help fund our new practice facility and all of the others that helped in the funding, planning, and construction. Having a new state-of-the-art facility our players can use 24/7 and improve their game is big time for our Nevada basketball program," Musselman said. "Not only does it help our current players, but it is also a huge statement in recruiting and shows that our administration is dedicated to our vision of the future of Nevada Basketball. The fact that the facility is named after one of our most decorated Nevada Basketball players is a reminder to every current and future players if they commit themselves to excellence, they can leave Nevada and do pretty special things just like Ramon."

Friday, 08 December 2017 00:34

Nevada Unveils Anthracite Grey Uniforms

An anthracite grey colored uniform will be another new color for the Pack. The anthracite grey is a very dark grey that will be lettered in white with a navy trim and “Pack” in script font with “Nevada” in script on the back.

Wednesday, 06 December 2017 08:25

Highlights: Nevada 76 at Texas Tech 82


The AP Polls were released this morning and that list contains Nevada for the first time since the 2006-07 season. The Wolf Pack have put together their best start in school history thus far going undefeated through eight games. The previous best start was 7-0 back in 2006-07 season. Prior to the 2006-07 season, the Wolf Pack had a 14-0 start before they were a Division I program. Nevada has risen into the top 25 in the Coaches Poll coming in at No. 24.

Nevada's undefeated start is highlighted by wins over Rhode Island and Davidson and four true road wins. The Wolf Pack has three players that average double digits led by Caleb Martin who is averaging 19 points per game followed by Jordan Caroline with 18.4 and Cody Martin who averages 14.1 points per game.  

Nevada has two big matchups this week as they travel to Lubbock, TX to take on the No. 24 Texas Tech on Tuesday and then will play TCU on Friday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. 



Thursday, 30 November 2017 18:31

Highlights: Nevada 98, Illinois State 68

Saturday, 25 November 2017 10:10

Highlights: Nevada 67, Hawai'i 54

Thursday, 23 November 2017 08:46

Highlights: Nevada 81, Davidson 68

Sunday, 19 November 2017 18:40

Highlights: Nevada 89 at Pacific 74

Thursday, 16 November 2017 07:06

Highlights: Nevada 93 at Santa Clara 63

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 09:05

Highlights: Nevada 88, Rhode Island 81

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