Postgame Notes

Nevada Postgame Notes:

- With the 77-63 loss Saturday night at Utah State, Nevada falls to 13-8 overall and 5-3 in Western Athletic Conference play. The loss snapped the Wolf Pack’s three-game overall winning streak and its three-game WAC road winning streak.

- Senior Marcelus Kemp led the team in scoring for the 13th time this season with 16 points. It marked his 31st consecutive game in double figures for scoring and the 83rd of his career.

- Sophomore JaVale McGee added 15 points and 12 rebounds for his team-leading fifth double-double of the season. That also marked the 14th time this season that he has paced the team in rebounding.

- Sophomore Brandon Fields chipped in with 13 points, including 3-of-6 shooting from three-point land, while freshman Armon Johnson had 10.

- The Wolf Pack shot just 39.0 percent from the field (23-59) after making 55.9 percent of its attempts in the previous three games.

- The league leader in field goal percentage allowed at 42.1 percent coming into the game, Nevada allowed Utah State to shoot 54.0 percent from the field (66.7 percent in the first half).

- The team was narrowly outrebounded by a 32-31 advantage, marking the 10th time this season (3-7 record in those games).

- The WAC leader in blocked shots, Nevada matched its season low with just two blocks in the game, while McGee, also the league individual leader in the category, was not credited with a block for just the second time this season.

- The Wolf Pack returns home next week, playing host to San Jose State on Thursday, Feb. 7 and Hawaii on Saturday, Feb. 9.




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