Nevada Vs Texas-Arlington: Game Preview, TV & Radio Schedule, Livestream, Odds & More
The Nevada Wolf Pack return to action on Tuesday night as they host the Texas-Arlington Mavericks.
Can Nevada Improve Their Record To 2-1?
WHO: Nevada Wolf Pack (1-1) vs. Texas-Arlington Mavericks (2-0)
WHEN: Tuesday November 12th — 7:00 PM PT
WHERE: Lawlor Events Center, Reno, NV
TV: Mountain West Network
STREAM: Here’s the link to watch the game on the Mountain West Network
RADIO: Radio link for the Nevada Wolf Pack
SERIES RECORD: First Meeting Between Nevada and Texas-Arlington
ODDS: Nevada -6 per VegasInsider.com
The Nevada Wolf Pack return to action on Tuesday night as they take on the Texas-Arlington Mavericks out of the Sun Belt Conference
The Wolf Pack come into this contest against the Mavericks with a 1-1 record after defeating the Loyola Marymount Lions 72-67 on Saturday night. In that contest against the Lions, Nevada point guard Lindsey Drew had another stellar performance.
Drew scored 24 points and tallied nine rebounds and seven assists in the victory over Loyola Marymount. Combine the performance against Loyola Marymount with his performance against Utah in the season opener, Drew is averaging 27.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 7.5 assists.
Because of Drew’s excellent play in the first two games of the season, he was named the Mountain West Player of the Week on Monday. Outside of Drew, the Wolf Pack are getting production from guard Jazz Johnson who is averaging 18.0 points per game and Nisre Zouzoua who is averaging nine points per game this early in the season.
The Wolf Pack take on a Texas-Arlington team that has a 2-0 record with victories of UT-Dallas and Tulsa. The Mavericks leading scorer is senior forward Jabari Narcis as he is averaging 11 points per game this season. Narcis also leads the team in rebounds and blocks as he is averaging 7.5 rebounds per game and two blocks per game for the Mavericks.
Outside of Narcis, the Mavericks are a balanced scoring team as they have seven players averaging between eight and 11 points per game. The Wolf Pack will have a challenge in going up against Narcis and the Mavericks on Tuesday night in Reno.