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TCU (9 - 0) vs. NEVADA (8 - 1)
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Friday, 12/8/2017 1:00 AM
HALL OF FAME CLASSIC - Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA
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TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-0+35-46-387.743.752.7%37.071.632.144.6%27.8
Road Games2-0+11-11-179.040.548.7%
Last 5 Games5-0+33-24-
TCU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)87.743.731-5952.7%9-2241.7%16-2271.0%37920158144
vs opponents surrendering723425-5843.4%7-2233.7%14-2070.0%35913196164
Team Stats (Road Games)79.040.529-5948.7%5-1634.4%15-2268.9%421415234176
Stats Against (All Games)71.632.126-5944.6%8-2532.1%11-1671.4%28617197152
vs opponents averaging78.136.228-6046.0%9-2436.9%14-2070.5%36916197133
Stats Against (Road Games)73.034.521-5539.1%6-2526.0%23-3175.8%2969217102

NEVADA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-1+67-16-384.039.249.0%36.968.829.241.4%35.2
Road Games4-1+33-13-
Last 5 Games4-1+23-12-379.636.248.9%35.467.430.241.6%34.6
NEVADA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)84.039.228-5849.0%10-2442.7%17-2374.6%37718197124
vs opponents surrendering7032.524-5642.5%7-2234.2%15-2268.9%35813205153
Team Stats (Road Games)80.238.027-6045.5%12-2744.4%14-1972.2%39816205124
Stats Against (All Games)68.829.225-6041.4%7-2131.6%12-1961.7%351013195142
vs opponents averaging76.336.827-5945.9%8-2236.2%15-2171.0%35916207133
Stats Against (Road Games)67.628.025-6141.1%5-1727.7%13-2259.1%381110175123
Average power rating of opponents played: TCU 76.9,  NEVADA 76.9
TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/13/2017TENNESSEE TECH100-63W-21.5W147O35-5662.5%371425-6141.0%2717
11/15/2017S DAKOTA76-71W-17.5L156U27-5846.6%381628-6145.9%2613
11/24/2017*NEW MEXICO69-67W-15L167U28-5947.5%461623-6734.3%359
11/25/2017*ST BONAVENTURE89-79W-8.5W143O30-6050.0%381820-4346.5%2311
12/18/2017TEXAS SOUTHERN              
12/22/2017WM & MARY              

NEVADA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/13/2017RHODE ISLAND88-81W-2.5W154O24-4355.8%321431-7044.3%3414
11/15/2017@ SANTA CLARA93-63W-4.5W146.5O36-6654.5%461123-5939.0%299
11/18/2017@ PACIFIC89-74W-12W153.5O27-6740.3%431028-6642.4%4210
11/24/2017@ HAWAII67-54W-11.5W154.5U22-5044.0%351120-5238.5%3617
11/29/2017ILLINOIS ST98-68W-14W149O35-6256.5%421624-5642.9%2420
12/2/2017@ UC-IRVINE76-65W-11T147.5U26-5745.6%32528-6543.1%4512
12/5/2017@ TEXAS TECH76-82L5.5L149O25-5942.4%382126-6241.9%3812
12/19/2017CAL DAVIS              
12/22/2017*S ILLINOIS              
12/23/2017*SAN FRANCISCO              
12/27/2017@ FRESNO ST              
12/30/2017NEW MEXICO              
TCU: Last season: 24-15, NIT champions.
Who's gone: G Brandon Parrish, F Karviar Shepherd, F Chris Washburn, G Michael Williams.
Who's back: All five starters: F Vladimir Brodziansky, a preseason all-Big 12 pick after averaging team-high 14.1 points with 5.7 rebounds last season; PG Jaylen Fisher (9.9 points, 4.0 assists); F JD Miller; G Alex Robinson; F Kenrich Williams (11.4 points, 9.7 rebounds), who missed the 2016-17 opener before returning to the court after more than 600 days away from competition because of injuries.
Who's new: F Ahmed Hamdy, a graduate transfer from VCU, who is eligible to play immediately; Australian forwards Lat Mayen and Kouat Noi; G RJ Nembhard; JUCO transfer G Shawn Olden, a former top freshman at Pepperdine; C Kevin Samuel.
The Skinny: Dixon had an immediate impact at his alma mater after leaving Pittsburgh to return to Fort Worth. The Frogs won more than 20 games for the first time since 2004-05, and the NIT title. With all five starters back and some experienced newcomers, TCU is already getting noticed in the Big 12 -- coaches picked them third in the preseason poll. They could make their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1998.
No. 20 TCU looks to stay unbeaten vs. No. 22 Nevada

LOS ANGELES -- Friday's nightcap in the 2017 Basketball Hall of Fame Classic tripleheader at Staples Center features a pair of Top 25 teams in No. 20 TCU and No. 22 Nevada that are somewhat new to the poll scene.

TCU (9-0) joined the Top 25 on Nov. 27, the program's first ranking since having a cup of coffee in the poll in December 2014. The Horned Frogs' current No. 20 standing is TCU's best since reaching No. 21 in 1999.

"Coach (Jamie Dixon) really stresses that nobody can do it alone. It's a whole team thing, and we've just been able to come together as a group and string some wins together," TCU's Desmond Bane said.

TCU has won more than just a few games; its 9-0 start extends the program's winning streak to 14, after it concluded the 2016-17 campaign with five straight victories to win the National Invitational Tournament.

The Horned Frogs' most recent win -- a 94-83 defeat of nearby rival SMU on Dec. 5 -- started this important week for TCU off with a bang.

"It was a big win for us," Bane said. "I know Kenrich (Williams) really wanted this one; he never beat SMU before in his career...It was good to see us defend, get stops when we needed to, and score."

Scoring has not been much of a problem for TCU early in the season, which ranks 12th nationally in adjusted offensive efficiency per KenPom.com metrics. Five Horned Frogs also average in double-figures scoring.

Williams' 27 points led the Horned Frogs past SMU, a milestone win for TCU seniors such as himself. It marked another step in the progress of this program under second-year coach Dixon.

"It's huge for our program, even after I graduate," Williams said in the postgame press conference. "

Nevada (8-1) has enjoyed a similar resurgence under its own second-year coach, Eric Musselman. The Wolf Pack won the Mountain West Conference for the first time a season ago, reaching the program's first NCAA Tournament since 2007.

The 2006-07 season also marked the last time Nevada played a Top 25 team while also ranked. It also occurred in the regular season in the 2005-06 campaign.

The Wolf Pack may need a win Friday to remain in the poll, coming off an 82-76 loss in overtime Dec. 5 at Texas Tech.

"The difference in the game was free throws attempted," Musselman told the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. "We're not an overly physical team, and I think Texas Tech's a really physical team, does a great job."

Texas Tech shot 38 foul shots to Nevada's 17. The Wolf Pack missed just three, but one came from Jordan Caroline in the waning minutes, which would have put Nevada ahead by three points in regulation.

Caroline, one of Nevada's leading scorers at 17 points per game, managed just six at Texas Tech. The Wolf Pack does, however, feature a multifaceted offensive attack. Brothers Caleb and Cody Martin are averaging 20 and 15 points per game, respectively.

Transfer Kendall Stephens is averaging 9.7 points per game. He is a familiar face for Bane, who said he got to know the former Purdue guard on recruiting trips.

Last Updated: 12/10/2018 3:36:32 AM EST

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