Nevada wants to extend the series against San Jose St.

Nevada (14-7, 9-5) v San Jose State (5-13, 3-11) Provident Credit Union Events Center, San Jose, California; Saturday, 4 p.m. …

Nevada (14-7, 9-5) v San Jose State (5-13, 3-11)

Provident Credit Union Event Center, San Jose, California; Saturday, 4 p.m. EST

BOTTOM LINE: Nevada is aiming for its fifth conference win in a row against the state of San Jose. Nevada’s last MWC loss came on January 24th to the Wyoming Cowboys 93-88. San Jose State lost 77-55 en route to San Diego on Wednesday.

FAB FRESHMEN: Ralph Agee, Omari Moore and Sebastian Mendoza from San Jose State have together made 37 percent of the team’s standings this season and scored 50 percent of all Spartan points in the last five games.

CREATE VIOLATIONS: Grant Sherfield has scored 62 percent of all field goals in Nevada in the last three games. The second guard has 24 field goals and 26 assists in these games.

FLOOR SPACING: Nevada’s Desmond Cambridge Jr. tried 155 3-pointers and connected 34.8 percent of them. In the last five games, it’s 10 out of 27.

COLD MAGIC: Nevada has abandoned its last four street games, scoring 69.8 points and allowing 74.5 points in these competitions. The state of San Jose has lost its last four home games, averaging 64.5 points while giving up 92.8 points.

DID YOU KNOW THAT: The state of San Jose is rated # 1 on the MWC with an average of 72.1 possessions per game?

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