Oregon vs. UNLV Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Oregon vs. UNLV online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions for when the Ducks and Rebels go head-to-head in the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

    December 3, 2015

    Everything you need to know about the Oregon vs. UNLV online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.

    The UNLV Rebels are back home in Las Vegas, for what’s technically not a home game, to face off against the No. 15 Oregon Ducks in the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

    Oregon is coming into this one having won its first six games, including a 78-73 victory against Fresno State on Monday.

    UNLV on the other hand has lost a game — just one — to UCLA. The Bruins took that one last week 77-75.

    The Ducks have five players averaging double figures while the Rebels will rely mostly on sophomore guard Patrick McCaw, who’s averaging 19 points per game on 53.4 percent shooting.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Oregon vs. UNLV online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

    Oregon vs. UNLV Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information


    We’ve already seen a few upsets happen this season. This won’t be one, but it sure will be close. The Rebels will fight hard on the boards, but the Ducks just have too many scoring options to rely on. Oregon will penetrate the lane and get to the basket — effectively avoiding having to make threes to space the floor. UNLV will hang in it until the end before the Ducks shut the door.

    For the score prediction, check out our Oregon vs. UNLV game preview

    Game Notes

    • With UNLV’s win over then-No. 3 Arizona last season and its victory over then-No. 13/14 Indiana in Maui just before Thanksgiving, Coach Rice has now led UNLV to nine wins over ranked teams in his four-plus years leading the Runnin’ Rebel program, including two wins over top-five teams.
    • This will mark the fifth meeting between UNLV and Oregon in men’s basketball (Ore leads, 3-1).
    • Oregon finished 26-10 overall last season and tied for second in the Pac-12 with a 13-5 mark. The Ducks advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third straight year last season, which marked the first time the program has ever accomplished that feat. After defeating Oklahoma State, Oregon fell to Wisconsin to end its season in its second game of the Big Dance

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