Pack seeks to skid
Pack plays winner of #6 Boise State (19-12) and #11 San José State (7-23)
Governor's Series points and third place on the line as Nevada hosts intrastate rival UNLV on senior night
Game to air on ESPN3
Fifth place Pack at fourth place Broncos
Student attendance challenge for Metzker Family Fund
Malik Story talks to the media on January 31, 2013.
Devonte Elliott, Deonte Burton and Malik Story talk to the media following the Wolf Pack's win over Boise State.
Malik Story talks to the media on January 7, 2013.
Malik Story talks to the media on December 19, 2012.
Malik Story talks to the media on November 26, 2012.
Senior Night - New Mexico at Nevada
UNLV at Nevada
Wolf Pack make second-half push, but end up succumbing to the Cowboys
Nevada vs. No. 20 New Mexico - AP Photos
Nevada vs. Boise State
Returning senior who has started all 67 games in his Pack career at shooting guard ... Needs 42 points to reach 1,000 in his career and become the 23rd play in school history to reach that plateau ... After dropping 23 pounds between his sophomore and junior seasons, has shed additional pounds in preparation for his senior campaign ... Second on the team averaging 14.1 points per game ... Ranks fifth in career three-pointers made with 170, is eighth in three-point percentage at 40.2 and is fifth with 423 three-pointers attempted ... Made 94 three-pointers a year ago which is the second best season in school history and his 226 attempted tops the list ... Honors his junior year included Lindy's Sports magazine preseason WAC Player of the Year, WAC coaches' preseason second-team, USBWA District VIII first team, NABC District 6 second team and honorable mention All-WAC ... Selected to the Chicago Invitational team ... Earned team's Most Improved Award his junior year ... In the summers of 2010 and 2011 he toured China with Reach USA and teammate Devonte Elliott joined him on the 2011 squad.
2011-12: Started all 35 games at shooting guard ... Honors included Lindy's Sports magazine preseason WAC Player of the Year, WAC coaches' preseason second-team, USBWA District VIII first team, NABC District 6 second team and honorable mention All-WAC ... Earned Pack's Most Improved Award ... Second on the team averaging 14.1 points game which ranked seventh in the WAC ... Ended the year 24th in the country making 41.6 percent of his three-pointers and 2.69 made per game was 37th ... Seventh in three-point percentage and fourth in three-pointers made in the conference ... In WAC only play was 11th in scoring at 14.6 points per game, tied for second in three-pointers made per game (2.9) and was eight in three-point percentage (40.6%) ... Second on the team with 27 double figure scoring games and tied Deonte Burton for second with 10 games of topping the Pack in scoring ... Eight game-highs in points was second to Burton's 11 ... Five 20-point games was third on the team ... Nov. 21-27 WAC Player of the Week after averaging 19.7 points, three rebounds, 1.7 assists, shooting 48.7 percent from the field and 53.8 percent from behind the arc ... Named to the Chicago Invitational team after leading the Pack to a 3-1 mark ... Scored a season-high 28 points in Nevada's 80-78 victory over Longwood (11/22/11) making nine-of-15 fields, seven-of-10 from behind the arc and all three free throws ... The seven three-pointers is a career high ... Stretch of 13 consecutive double figure games ... Received second basketball letter.
2010-11: Started all 32 games and led the Pack in scoring averaging 14.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 32.2 minutes per game ... Was the top scoring sophomore in the WAC ... Seventh in the WAC in scoring at 14.5 points per game ... Third in three-pointers made in the conference with 2.38 per game ... 12th in WAC play averaging 13.7 points per game ... Scored a team season-high 34 points in the first game of the WAC Tournament against Fresno State (3/9/11), making 11-of-14 field goals, all six three-point attempts and 6-of-11 free throws ... 34-point contest was the only 30-point game by a Pack player ... Scored in double figures 25 times, which led the team ... Was the Pack's leading scorer nine times (third on the team) and his four 20-point games tied for third with Olek Czyz ... His 76 three-pointers made in 2010-11 are the fourth best season in school history and 197 attempts are sixth ... Named Feb. 7-13 WAC Player of the Week after scoring 29 points at SJSU (2/12/11) to lead Nevada to a 84-76 overtime victory over the Spartans ... Made 11-of-21 field goals including three, 3-pointers and dished out a career-high six assists at SJSU ... Topped the team with 158 field goals made and 400 attempts ... Earned first basketball letter.
2010-11: Redshirted per NCAA transfer rules.
Prior to Nevada
Spent the 2008-09 season at Indiana University ...Played in 31 games and made three starts for the Hoosiers ... Averaged 5.9 points and 2.2 rebounds ... Had 37 assists and 23 steals ... Shot 37.3 percent from the field (66-of-177), 25.8 percent from three-point land (17-of-66) and 61.1 percent from the free throw line (33 of 54) ... Scored a season-high 14 points twice, nailing a pair of three-point field goals against Gonzaga and connecting on six-of-nine field goal attempts against Minnesota.
A 2008 graduate of Ribet Academy in Los Angeles ... Led Artesia (Calif.) High School to a pair of state championships ... Earned all-state, all-CIF and all-league honors ... Averaged 14.7 points as a junior and 13.0 points as a sophomore at Artesia ... Put up 12.7 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game as a freshman ... In his final two years, helped Artesia to a 66-3 record ... Was coached by Scott Pera at Artesia.
General studies major ... The son of Kenny and Minnette Story of Cerritos, Calif. ... Has two brothers, Kenneth (28) and Deron (24), and one sister, Meka (13) ... Lists playing in his first collegiate game as his most exciting sports moment so far ... Enjoys jet skiing and playing video games ... Full name is Malik Cornell Story.
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