Nevada's first WAC loss came against Hawaii
two weeks ago, when three Rainbow Warriors came together to negate WAC scoring leader Nick Fazekas' 37-point outburst. The Freak
only had 17 last night, but it took a total team effort to bring down the talented Pack - in a fast-paced game, five Fresno Staters scored in double digits and Nevada received their second league L of the year.
Now, Fresno really wants to win basketball games. Bad. They'd call every recruit in the country every day if they could, but that's wrong.
They'll stay home for the WAC tournament this year for their recruiting violations, but they're doing quite well (9-6, 2-2) with the guys they have, including a former Providence recruit who had a career night against Nevada. The 6'6" New York native keyed a defensive effort, served as the focus of the clicking Bulldog offense, and scored the most points in Save Mart Center history.
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