FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) Dorian Green hit six clutch free throws among his season-high 24 points to lead Colorado State over UNLV 66-61 on Saturday night.
Colorado State extends its school-best record for consecutive home wins to 24.
Greg Smith scored 16 points, and Colton Iverson had seven points and 10 rebounds.
The Rams had a 36-34 rebounding edge and have outrebounded every opponent.
Colorado State (15-3, 2-1 Mountain West) led 31-26 at halftime.
UNLV shot 41 percent from the field for the game, while Colorado State shot 38.9 percent.
Anthony Marshall led UNLV (15-4, 2-2) with 15 of his 21 points in the second half. Katin Reinhardt added 11 points, and Khem Birch had seven rebounds. Prize freshman Anthony Bennett was limited to nine points for the Runnin' Rebels, who had their two-game winning streak snapped.
Colorado State has the nation's fourth-longest home streak and last lost at home on Nov. 19, 2011.
The Portland Trail Blazers are setting the bar high for NBA Halloween.
Maurice Harkless made his arrival in style turning a corner dressed as Tyrone Biggums from the American sketch comedy television series "Chapelle's Show."
But it got better. Bosnia native and seven-footer Jusuf Nurkic turned the corner as Beast from Walt Disney's classic romance film Beauty and the Beast.
The bar has been set.
Washington looks for its first win tonight after falling to 0-2 right out of the gate, while Portland aims for a 3-0 start after defeating the Spurs 121-108 Saturday night.
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On June 7 in Las Vegas, Jay Beagle was in a Capitals uniform as they hoisted their first Stanley Cup in franchise history. Three weeks later, the 33-year-old signed a four-year, $12-million contract with the Vancouver Canucks.
The Capitals begin a four-game, Canadian road trip this evening in Vancouver. Beagle did not attend the Capitals ring ceremony at the Palm three weeks ago so the Caps awarded Beagle with his ring today.
Each ring contains 252 diamonds, 35 rubies and one sapphire. Beagle was impressed but isn't sure how much use the ring will get.
“Not sure I’ll wear it again. It’s like wearing my truck.”
Jay Beagle will not be on the ice tonight against his former team. Beagle broke his forearm when he blocked a shot against the Florida Panthers on October 13th. Beagle is expected to be sidelined for another five weeks.
Despite the injury, it has still been a great week for Beagle.
A shiny, new ring AND a baby girl. Not too shabby.
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