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Jelan Kendrick

  • Podcast

    Podcast: Jelan Kendrick Talks Coaching Staff, Current Rebels

    Former Rebel Jelan Kendrick discusses the current team.

  • Rebels Report Card

    Jelan Kendrick Comes Through with Strong Second Half

    By Mike Grimala

    With another season of UNLV basketball in the books, we’re going through the Rebels’ roster and assigning grades for each player based on their performance in 2014-15. Today we’re tackling senior swingman Jelan Kendrick, a stout defender who heated up from long range in the second half. REBELS REPORT CARD Player: Jelan Kendrick Position: Guard/Forward […]

  • Analysis

    Rebels’ Best, Worst Lineups for 2014-15

    By Mike Grimala

    The Rebels played 32 games this season, but even if you watched all 1,295 minutes (including three overtime periods), you’d probably still have a hard time identifying UNLV’s most effective lineup. Now that the season is over, we can put together a more complete picture of which lineups were most effective for the Rebels this […]

  • Analysis

    Poor Screening Big Problem for Offense in 2014-15

    By Mike Grimala

    UNLV did not feature a great offensive attack this season, and there were several reasons why the Rebels underperformed on that end of the floor. But as we head into the offseason, I’d like to spotlight a seemingly small part of the game that contributed greatly to the team’s scoring troubles. For the 2014-15 season, […]

  • News

    Rebels’ Season Ends With Third Loss to San Diego State

    By Mike Grimala

    San Diego State had a blueprint for beating UNLV this season, and the Aztecs stuck to it on Thursday night, outlasting Dave Rice’s crew 67-64 to knock UNLV out of the Mountain West tournament and effectively end the Rebels’ season. For the second straight year, UNLV went 0-3 against San Diego State, with the Aztecs […]

  • Analysis

    Can the Rebels Go Small Against SDSU?

    By Mike Grimala

    San Diego State is noted for its physical brand of basketball. Year-in and year-out, the Aztecs play stifling defense, rebound the ball, and maybe most importantly, wear down opponents with a consistently bruising style. Conventional wisdom says you combat that style of play by diving into the muck, by muscling up, by being bigger and […]

  • News

    Rebels’ Season On the Line Against San Diego State

    By Mike Grimala

    If the Rebels want their season to continue beyond Thursday, they’ll have to do something they haven’t done in a long time—beat San Diego State. UNLV has lost five straight matchups to San Diego State, their opponent in Thursday’s Mountain West tournament quarterfinals, with the last win in the series coming on Feb. 16 of […]

  • News

    Jordan Cornish Provides Long-Distance Spark

    By Danny Webster

    With UNLV in need of a spark offensively, Jordan Cornish came to the rescue. Cornish’s 13 points and three 3-pointers won’t overshadow Chris Wood’s 28-point performance in UNLV’s 67-46 first-round win over Nevada-Reno, but it was the timing of his shots that mattered. The Rebels were down 12-11 with 12:17 remaining in the first half. […]

  • News

    Chris Wood Carries Rebels to First-Round Win

    By Mike Grimala

    UNLV didn’t play its best game on Wednesday, but Chris Wood sure did. And that was enough for the Rebels, who beat Nevada-Reno and advanced to Thursday’s Mountain West quarterfinals on the strength of Wood’s 28 points and seven rebounds. The Rebels’ defense did most of the work in the first half, holding UNR to […]

  • News

    Jelan Kendrick Leads Efficient Offense Past San Jose State

    By Mike Grimala

    Considering the circumstances, UNLV’s choppy, start-and-stop 71-58 win at San Jose State probably looked as good as a 35-point blowout victory to Dave Rice. Due to an unreal streak of injuries, the Rebels traveled to San Jose with just six available scholarship players for the regular-season finale, but that proved to be enough against a […]

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