The No. 7 ranked San Jose State Aztecs (18-0) will host the Nevada Wolf Pack (11-7) at Viejas Arena Saturday.
The game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET and will be televised on CBS Sports Network. If you don’t have cable or don’t have that channel, you can watch a live stream of the game on your computer, phone, Roku, Fire TV Stick or other streaming device via one of the following cable-free, live-TV streaming services:
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The Wolf Pack are coming off a close 68-67 win over Wyoming, which was a victory they needed after dropping their previous two games against San Jose State and Utah State, respectively. Forward Jalen Harris led the team in scoring against Wyoming with 20 points. Harris leads the team in both scoring and rebounding, averaging 18.4 points and 6.2 boards a game.
Senior Jazz Johnson is second in scoring for the Wolf Pack, netting 17.1 points per contest, while Lindsey Drew is chipping in 12.1 points a game. Nevada is averaging 75.2 points a game on offense, and they are tied with San Diego State for fifth in the Mountain West Conference in scoring.
The undefeated Aztecs are riding one of the hottest streaks in the country right now. They’re coming off a 64-55 win over Fresno State, which put them at 7-0 in conference play so far, and they are the only team in the top 25 to remain undefeated.
San Diego State is led by guard Malachi Flynn, who is averaging 16.6 points per contest. Flynn is one of three Aztec players averaging in double figures. Senior forward Yanni Wetzell is adding 11.9 points a game, and junior forward Matt Mitchell is chipping in 11.1 points. Like Nevada, they’re also scoring 75.2 points a game, but a huge reason San Diego State has been undefeated so far is their defense.
The Aztecs are giving up just 56.9 points a game, which is the fewest in the conference. Their margin of victory so far this year has been 18.3 points, and their balanced attack hasn’t been stopped yet. Nevada has been in the Mountain West Conference for eight years, and they have yet to beat SDSU at Viejas Arena.
These two teams last met in March of 2019, when San Diego State beat Nevada, 65-56, knocking the Wolf Pack out of the playoffs. The Aztecs have won seven of their last 10 against Nevada.
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