Breaking down the UNLV basketball game against Utah at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena:Justin Bibbins has given Utah a true point guard to run Larry Krystkowiak’s system. Bibbins, a graduate transfer from Long Beach State, is a proven scorer along with his ability to make plays. He’s undersized, but not short on talent and explosiveness. Sedrick Barefield is a knockdown shooter from the perimeter and might have a big season now that he won’t have as much ball-handling responsibility.
The No. 15 Musketeers had a Cinderella run in the NCAA tournament last year, and will look to continue their strong start to this season at Orleans Arena on Thursday and Friday. A one-handed dunk by senior guard J.P. Macura with 22 seconds left seemed like the perfect way for No. 15 Xavier to punctuate an 80-70 road win against Wisconsin on Nov. 16.
Unbeatens Utah and UNLV will meet in the MGM Resorts Main Event championship game at approximately 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena. UNLV coach Marvin Menzies likes to compare a college basketball season and sees each game as a different chapter waiting to be penned. Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak prefers to view the season as something more akin to a marathon, with each game representing a part of the race.
Agreed. The ones doing the UNLV-Utah game should probably do every game. First good ones I've seen in awhile. Haven't missed a call until this questionable one on Collette against McCoy https://t.co/76ja3vKFFs
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