Game to air on ESPN3
The Wolf Pack were led by Deonte Burton with 23 points and Cole Huff with 21.
Game to air on ROOT Sports
Deonte Burton scored 18 points and Jerry Evans, Jr. had 16 points.
Pack coaches wearing sneakers Wednesday in support of cancer awareness
KEMP'S GAME: A versatile player with quickness to get to the basket...A very good shooter who can get on a roll...Returns to the court after sitting out the 2004-05 season with a torn ACL.
2004-05 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Missed the entire season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, which he suffered in August of 2004.
2003-04 SEASON (FRESHMAN): Played in all 34 games... Averaged 4.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...Added 28 assists and 10 steals...Scored a career-high 15 points against top-ranked Connecticut in the second round of the Preseason National Invitation Tournament...Drained a career-best four three-pointers on five attempts against the Huskies...Reached double-figure scoring in five games... Finished fourth on the team with 21 three-pointers and ranked fourth in three-point field-goal percentage (.344)...Scored 10 points in his first game in the Silver and Blue against Vermont in the first round of the Preseason NIT...Finished with a team-high 13 points against San Jose State in the Western Athletic Conference opener.
2002-03 SEASON (REDSHIRT): Used his redshirt year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Garfield High School in Seattle, Wash....Earned three varsity letters as a guard on the basketball team...Named first-team All-King County...Averaged 18.0 points per game...Team won the 2001 King County Championship...Named the MVP of the Nugget/Rail City Classic played in Reno, Nevada... Played for Wayne Floyd, a high school teammate of former Nevada head coach Trent Johnson's at Franklin High School in the Seattle area.
PERSONAL: Majoring in General Studies...Born May 18, 1984...Son of Darryl Kemp and Latricia Ballard...Enjoys fishing and playing video games in his spare time.