The Nevada Wolf Pack found out just how deep its bench truly is this season on Thursday night.
The Wolf Pack, with starting point guard Deonte Burton playing a career-low 13 minutes, pounded the Portland Pilots 78-60 at Lawlor Events Center for its sixth consecutive victory.
Burton wasn't included the official crowd count of 3,651 but he could have been since he spent the majority of the game on the bench because of foul trouble. The sophomore played just three minutes in the second half and finished the evening with just two points, equaling his career low.
"This game shows …