Breakdown of Nevada men’s basketball game at Air Force
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