UNLV Rebels Basketball Ticket Information
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UNLV Final Four Tickets & Seating Info
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UNLV Rebels Mens Basketball Tickets Information
Smith to Make Runnin' Rebels Debut
All of the college basketball world is aware of the player that UNLV lost when forward Anthony Bennett was selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft following his stellar freshman campaign, but less are familiar with the player who the team will add in the coming year. After taking a mandatory redshirt season following his transfer from UConn, Roscoe Smith is ready to emerge from the shadows and establish himself as the next Runnin’ Rebels star. Two years ago, Smith was a starter for the Huskies when the team won an NCAA title, but played fewer than 20 minutes per game. For the 2013-14 campaign, Smith will be responsible for leading the UNLV offense alongside Bryce Dejean-Jones, as well as Khem Birch, who will have the chance to compete in his first full season after becoming eligible midway through last year.
The Rebels also will benefit from the arrival of a recruiting class that Rivals.com ranks as one of the top 30 in the country. The class is headlined by power forward Christian Wood, who, although not yet possessing Bennett’s raw strength, has a polished enough skill set to help replace some of the lost production.