NEVADA (9-6, 1-2 MW) AT AIR FORCE (10-5, 1-1)
When: Today, 11 a.m.
Where: Clune Arena, Colorado Springs, Colo.
TV-Radio: None/94.5 FM
Coaches: Eric Musselman, 1st year, 9-6; Dave Pilipovich, 4th season, 56-60
Last meeting: Air Force 75-70 on Feb. 25, 2015
Probable starters (points, rebounds per game): NEVADA: F — Cameron Oliver (10.7, 6.9), Elijah Foster (2.4, 2.6); G - Marqueze Coleman (18.3, 4.1), Lindsey Drew (5.2, 4.1), D.J. Fenner (12.3, 4.9). AIR FORCE: F — Kyle Broekhuis (5.1, 3.4) and Hayden Graham (15.2, 7.5); C - Zach Moer (9.5, 4.4); G - Zach Kocur (9.3, 5.0), Trevor Lyons (14.8, 4.1)
NOTES: Coleman has scored 22 or more points in each of Nevada’s first three conference games. He is fourth in conference scoring at 18.7 and first in overall scoring at 23.7 ... The Pack has three players over 80 percent at the line — Eric Cooper Jr. 92 percent, Coleman 80 and Fenner 82.6 ...Drew is now third in steal in conference play at 1.8 per game ... Over his last five games, Fenner is shooting 43 percent from 3-point range ... Oliver leads the Mountain West with 2.5 blocks per game... Nevada is 1-6 in true road games, its only win coming at UOP back on Nov. 21 ... Air Force has used seven different lineups in 15 games. This group is 5-2 ... Air Force is shooting 43.5 from the floor. Air Force is 6-2 when it outshoots opponents. The Falcons have shot better than 50 percent four times this season, and they have won all four of those games ... The Falcons have won six straight times in games decided by seven points or less ... The Falcons are 8-1 at home this season ... The Falcons have played with the lead for all but 11-minutes 40-seconds over the last three home games ... Graham has 12 double-figure scoring games... Air Force is coming off a 64-52 loss to Wyoming, the same team that Nevada beat in its conference opener