Nevada 104, Cal State Stanislaus 75
RENO, Nev. (AP)—JaVale McGee scored 18 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked four shots Monday to lead the Nevada Wolf Pack past the Cal State Stanislaus Warriors 104-75.
Nevada, now 8-5 after its sixth victory in its last seven games, also had 19 points each from Demarshay Johnson and Marcelus Kemp and 14 from Brandon Fields.
Duane Jones led Stanislaus, now 2-7, with 19 points. Richard Maraker added 14 in just 11 minutes.
Nevada, which opens Western Athletic Conference play Saturday against Utah State, has won 30 of its last 32 home games. Stanislaus has lost four in a row.
The Wolf Pack went over the 100-point mark on a Johnson dunk with two minutes to play. It was the first 100-point game for Nevada since a 101-76 home victory over Rice in January 2005.
Nevada went into halftime with a 56-35 lead after jumping ahead with a 10-0 run three minutes into the game.
Stanislaus pulled within one on a 3-pointer by Jones with 14:22 to go in the first half but saw that gap stretch to 20 just 12 minutes later.