There was a definite Nevada energy shortage Tuesday night at Lawlor Events Center.
"We came out a little lackadaisical," junior guard Malik Story said.
"We didn't come out too ready to play," senior center Dario Hunt added.
"They came out with high energy and we did not," senior forward Olek Czyz said.
In the end, it didn't matter. The Wolf Pack, now 15-3, never trailed over the final 36 minutes and cruised to an 81-69 victory over the Nebraska Omaha Mavericks for its 12th victory in a row.
"In the second half we picked it up," Story said.
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