Nevada played PCM on Tuesday, and picked up their second win in their last five games. Coach Hinson was very happy with Nevada’s performance in Monroe
Coach Hinson said that Nevada executed at both ends of the floor very even while being in a tough environment to play in at PCM. He also said that it was their most complete game yet this season.
Nevada’s constant pressure on defense created a lot of turnovers and made PCM uncomfortable on offense. Trent Stahl and Om’Unique Wilkerson played well, both racking up over 15 points.
Some things that Hinson would like to work on more in practice is consistency on both ends of the floor. Hinson wants to make sure that they stay hungry in practice
Hampton-Dumont is up next for Nevada, and they would like to win that game so they can get back to a .500 record.
Article by Hudson Vermilliion