Eric Musselman

Eric Musselman

Thursday, 11 February 2016 17:54

Fresno State Preview

Thursday, 11 February 2016 17:43

Nevada Knocks Off Air Force

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 00:01

#PackStats: Air Force Academy Preview

Tomorrow afternoon, we take on an Air Force team at Lawlor that has won two big games in a row against Wyoming and Boise State.
We have identified Air Force's statistical strengths on both sides of the ball that will ultimately be the key to our success on Wednesday night.
The Falcons offense relies heavily on getting to the free throw line. 24% of Air Force points have come from the foul line this season, ranking 51st in the entire NCAA. In recent games, Frank Toohey has really stepped up for the Falcons after a quiet start to the season. The sophomore has played 21 minutes per game with a usage rate of 28% in their two recent wins.
Defense is the strength of Air Force. They do a good job of limiting your number of shot attempts by forcing turnovers and defensive rebounding. They rank in the top five in the Mountain West in both turnover percentage and defensive rebounding percentage - making them the only team in the conference with that distinction.
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 23:53

Team Post Game

Monday, 08 February 2016 18:53

Coach Muss, DJ & Marqueze

Monday, 08 February 2016 18:47

UNLV Montomery ESPN

Friday, 05 February 2016 21:26

Luke Stivrins out vs Colorado State

Senior Forward Luke Stivrins will not play against Colorado State Saturday afternoon, after suffering a right hand fracture during practice.  Stivrins is scheduled to meet with a hand specialist next week for further evaluation. We will know the potential time frame that he will miss at that time.

Stivrins has made great strides this season from beyond the arc.  After entering the 2015-2016 season with one career made three pointer, the senior has netted 7 three balls this season.  Strivrins averages 7 minutes per game.

"We feel bad for this to happen to Luke his senior year. He means so much to our team. He is the ultimate teammate and always puts the team before himself. It would be hard for anyone in college basketball to match his enthusiam for teammates. We hope to have him back sometime before our season ends." - Coach Eric Musselman

Friday, 05 February 2016 00:03

Nevada Basketball in the News

Wednesday, 03 February 2016 17:45

Player Development: Skill Development

Player development is a big part of what we do at Nevada. This is the first of a series of posts that will show some of that growth.

Prior to Nevada's game against San Diego St., Nevada had a guest speaker in the locker room by the name of Kevin Laue.
"The first player missing a limb to play NCAA Division 1 basketball, Kevin overcame the early death of his father, a challenging home environment and a legion of critics to become one of the top high school basketball players in his home state of California while earning a scholarship to join the Manhattan College Jaspers." (Source:
Kevin shared his unique story about overcoming adversity and emphasized the importance of embracing one's role, whatever that may be. 

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