Fullerton 37 40 77
Nevada 32 48 80
Date of game: 11/16/2012

Recap: Nevada vs. Cal State Fullerton

Reno, NV (Sports Network) - Deonte Burton scored the go-ahead three-point play with 14 seconds remaining to help the Nevada Wolf Pack to an 80-77 victory over the Cal State Fullerton Titans as part of the World Vision Classic at the Lawlor Events Center.

Burton scored a team-high 19 points for Nevada (1-1). Kevin Panzer finished with 18 points while Cole Huff contributed 11 points and nine rebounds off the bench.

The Titans (0-2) were led by Kwame Vaughn, who netted a game-high 20 points. Sammy Yeager added 19 points and seven rebounds while D.J. Seely and Alex Harried submitted 13 and 12 point performances, respectively.

Fullerton connected on 50 percent of its field goal attempts in the first half, including 5-of-12 from the three point arc, to take a 37-32 lead into the intermission. Nevada also shot 50 percent from the floor, but converted just 3-of-11 on its three-point attempts.

After trailing by 10 points early in the second half, the Wolf Pack used a 16-5 run to take their first lead of the contest. The teams traded leads for the rest of the half. Fullerton led 77-75 with just 33 seconds to play when Burton absorbed a foul while putting in a layup. He drained the ensuing free throw to put Nevada up 78-77. After a missed layup by Seely, Burton added two more free throws with one second remaining to seal the victory.

The Wolf Pack outscored the Titans in the paint, 32-22.

Game Notes

NASCAR News
Smith replaces Larson for Martinsville race

Regan Smith substituted for Kyle Larson in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet in Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway after Larson was sidelined due to additional medical tests following his fainting spell on Saturday.

Extra Points: Snyder and the Beltway radio wars

If contradiction was an Olympic sport, Chip Kelly would certainly be medal-worthy judging by his performance at the NFL's owners meeting but the Eagles coach might have to settle for silver because Daniel Snyder's critics will take the gold every time.

2015 PREVIEW NL EAST: It's the Nationals and everybody else

There isn't much after that. The Miami Marlins are loaded up for a playoff push -- likely through a wild card spot -- and the New York Mets are up-and- coming but still raw. The Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies, former powerhouses of the division, are going through rebuilds and won't contend anytime soon.

Stay Connected with WDEF News 12
 
Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.