Eric Musselman

Eric Musselman

Friday, 15 February 2019 17:35

"The Muss Buss" - Student Section

From the "Jumbo Jack" chants to the "Sweet Caroline" ballads, the students of University of Nevada make Lawlor Events Center a true home court advantage. Check out this video to see what we mean:

Thursday, 14 February 2019 16:51

Nevada Great Mo Charlo Visits the Pack

Former Wolf Pack star, Mo Charlo visited the Pack last week on their road trip to Colorado State. Charlo played for the Pack from 2004-2006 and was one of the team's stars. 

After arriving in Reno, he quickly made an impact on the program and was named 2005 WAC All-Newcomer Team. The following year he was honored with the awards WAC All-Defensive Team, WAC All-Tournament Team and was named the Wolf Pack's Sixth Man of the Year. 

It is always great to have former players stop by and speak to our current team. It is even better when they have had the success that Mo has had in his career. 

His is still playing professional basketball today, this being his 11th year as a pro. In 2014 he was named to the NBA D-League All-Defensive 1st Team and was a NBA D-League All Star. 

We want to thank Mo for stopping by and giving our team words of encouragement moving forward!

Wednesday, 13 February 2019 04:47

Campus Tour

Our athletes are fortunate to play in the finest facilities, live in luxurious apartments and be on such an amazing campus. Check out our beautiful campus below... This is the beauty of Northern Nevada!


Wednesday, 13 February 2019 03:59

Apartment Tour

Nevada Basketball players live in the luxurious Republic Apartments just a block East of campus and walking distance to any part of campus. Check out "How we Live!"

Tuesday, 12 February 2019 16:38

Pack Leads the Nation in 1,000 Point Scorers

With the win against New Mexico on Saturday, the Pack moved into a unprecedented category in college basketball. The Pack now hold 7 players who have 1,000 career points. 

Those players consist of Caleb Martin, Cody Martin, Jordan Caroline, Tre Thurman, Corey Henson, Jazz Johnson and NIsre Zouzoua. 

This is quite an impressive stat considering that no other team in college basketball has more than three players with 1,000 or more career points. Also, this proves the veteran team that we consist of and the success that everyone has had at Nevada and prior to joining the Wolf Pack. 

Trey Porter is less than 100 points away from joining the 1,000 point club which would put us at 8 players with the career milestone. 

As we focus on winning championships here and raising banners, we still want to honor each of our players individually and we realize that having this many players having scored over 1,000 career points might never be done again for years to come. 

Sunday, 10 February 2019 18:31

Pack Gets Revenge In Win Against New Mexico

The Pack had one thing on their mind going into the game against New Mexico and that was the feeling they were left with after playing New Mexico after losing to New Mexico on January 5th earlier this year. The only loss of the season for the Pack left our guys with a feeling they did not want to have again after a game. 

From the opening tip, our players did everything to make sure the result of this rematch would be much different than the last. Our aggressive defense fueled a high powered offensive as we jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. 

It was a group effort that led to a 91-62 victory in front of nearly 12,000 energetic fans in Lawlor Events Center. It was evident that te fans had the last game agianst New Mexico on their minds as well from the enegry they brought from the start of the game. 

Jazz Johnson finished the game with 13 points and surpassed 1,000 points for his career. We want to congragulate Jazz on the accomplish as we have witness first hand all of the hard work he has put into his game in order to reach this milestone. 

We want to thank our fans for coming out and supporting us in a game that meant a lot to us! 

Saturday, 09 February 2019 16:45

Pack Celebrates Black History Month

In the game today against New Mexico, the Pack will be celebrating Black History Month. 

We take pride in celebrating Black History and trying to honor and continue to the legacies of those who came before us. 

In hopes to have the Nevada community do the same, we wil be giving away Black History Month t-shirts to the first 1,200 students who attend the game. 

As a program, we gave each of our players time to speak in front of the team on what Black History Month means to them. Our players take pride in the month and are excited to honor past and present leaders with their play on the court today. 

We hope to have Lawlor rocking today as we are set to face the only team that has beaten us this season in New Mexico. Go Pack!

Friday, 08 February 2019 16:47

The Pack's Emphasis on Player Development

Since Eric Musselman was named the head coach of the Nevada Wolf Pack in 2015, he knew that player development was what he wanted his program to be known for. Immediately going after transfers, he used their time sitting out to focus on what he knew would bring the program success, player development. 

First, he went after Southern Illinois freshman Jordan Caroline. We are now 4 years later and Jordan Caroline is a household name in college basketball. He went from averaging 9.2 ppg at Southern Illinois to being a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award which recognizes college basketball's best player. He is currently averaging 19.3 ppg and 10 rebounds and has Nevada as the #6 national ranked team in the country. Along side of Caroline sitting out was Missouri State transfer Marcus Marshall. Marshall averaged 19.7 points per game after his sit out year and was named Mountain West Newcomer of the Year and Mountain West All Tournament Team. 

While Caroline and Marshall were finally playing at Nevada, sitting out due to transfer rules were Caleb and Cody Martin, Hallice Cooke and Kendall Stephens. All four of them came from Power 5 conference schools and were focusing on developing their game during the year they had to sit out. The workouts daily with our coaching staff helped mold them into the players that we needed them to be in order to succeed the following year. The success that came was a Sweet 16 appearance that brought Nevada to a national stage. Looking at present time, both Hallice and Kendall are playing professionally overseas and the Martin Twins are known as 2 of the best players in college basketball today.

Cody is a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award which recognizes the games best Point Guard. Caleb, a 1st Team All-American, is up for the John R. Wooden Award as college basketball's best player, the Julius Irving Award as the game's best small forward on the Oscar Robertson Trophy watch list, Lute Olseon Award watch list, Naismith Award watch list and NABC Player of the Year watch list this season. Cody has improved his game drastically from his time at North Carolina State where he averaged just 5.1 points and 1.9 assists per game. At Nevada, he has improved 13 ppg, 5.5 rebounds and 4.9 assists whil shooting 51% from the field. 

Player development is the key component to the success of our program and we will continue to develop players in order for us to succeed while also providing them with the best opportunity to continue to play at the professional level once they are done with their college career. 


Thursday, 07 February 2019 18:38

Historic Night For Caroline in Fort Collins

With the 98-82 win against Colorado State, the Pack improved to 22-1 and Jordan Caroline made history. 

With the most impressive offensive performance in the Mountain West this year, Caroline recorded 40 points and 12 rebounds. This marked his 41st double-double in Mountain West play, which is the most in conference history.

His performance propelled him past Mountain West greats Kawhi Leonard and Andrew Bogut. Both of these players have had outstanding careers in the NBA and are both NBA Champons. 

To have Jordan's name mentioned with the caliber of players such as Leonard and Bogut speaks volume to the type of player that he is. Caroline has established himself as one of the most decorated players in Mountain West history and one of the best players in the country this season. 

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 05:56

Pack Players Honored On Late Season Award Lists

With the success that the Wolf Pack has had this season so far, it has brought individual attention to our players. Three Pack players have been named to late season watch lists for two different awards. 

Jordan Caroline and Caleb Martin have been named to the Wooden Award late season top 20 watch list. The John R. Wooden award is the most recognized individual honor in college hoops. The award winner is viewed as the best player in college basketball by their performance on the court while also being a quality student in the classroom. 

Nevada is one of only four schools that has two representaitives on this list. Tennessee, Duke and Virginia are the other three schools. 

Cody Martin is the other Pack player who is being recognized at this point in the season. The senior point guard has been named a top 10 finalist for the Cousy Award. 

Caleb hs also been honored as a top 10 finalist for the Julius Erving Award. The award honors college basketball's top small forward. 

The Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award has honored the best point guard in college basketball for the past 15 years. 

All three of our senior leaders are well deserving of the individual recognition after leading the Wolf Pack to a 21-1 record and #6 rank in the country. We know that Jordan, Cody and Caleb will continue to push our team every day in order for us to reach our goals at the end of the season. 

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