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Adam Hensley, Reno Gazette Journal Published 5:26 p.m. PT Jan. 18, 2020 | Updated 7:05 p.m. PT Jan. 18, 2020
SAN DIEGO — Nevada men’s basketball held a two-point lead over San Diego State at halftime, but it didn’t last long — the Aztecs went on to win 68-55.
Nevada struggled to shoot throughout the entire game, making just 28 percent of its field goals. Nevada’s Jalen Harris scored a team-high 19 points and Jazz Johnson added 13.
The Wolfpack fell to 11-8 after the loss, and the Aztecs (19-0) remained the only undefeated team in college basketball.
Here are the top plays from Nevada’s game against San Diego State.
SDSU pulling away with a 3-pointer from Jordan Schakel
Jordan Schakel‘s triple put the Aztecs up by 16 in the second half.
SDSU’s Yanni Wetzell gets the hoop plus the harm
Nice bucket here by Yanni Wetzell. He made his free throw attempt.
Jazz Johnson ties the game at 40 with this 3-pointer
The Aztecs just can’t shake the Wolfpack.
Nevada’s Jazz Johnson Euro-steps on the coast-to-coast layup
Jazz Johnson showed off some moves with this layup.
Jalen Harris drains a deep 3-pointer to give Nevada a four-point lead
Jalen Harris‘ 3-pointer gives Nevada a four-point lead, its largest of the game.
Zane Meeks gives Nevada the lead with a 3-pointer
Back and forth these teams go. Nevada’s Zane Meeks fives the WOlfpack their first lead in nearly 10 minutes.
Trey Pulliam spins, scores on a jumper
SDSU’s Trey Pulliam puts his defender in the spin cycle and hits a jumper in his face.
Great ball movement by the Wolfpack frees up Jalen Harris for this triple
The ball zipped around until it wound up in the hands of Jalen Harris, who canned his 3-pointer.
Nevada’s Jazz Johnson gets fouled, drills his 3-pointer
And-one on the tough 3-pointer by Jazz Johnson.
SDSU leaves K.J. Hymes open for the easy two-handed slam dunk
Nevada’s K.J. Hymes found himself wide open for the easy two points.
Malachi Flynn drills another early San Diego State 3-pointer
San Diego State’s Malachi Flynn pulled up from downtown and hit nothing but net.
Nevada’s early lead grows on San Diego State with this 3-pointer
Jazz Johnson drilled this step-back 3-pointer with ease.
SDSU basketball gets started with a 3-pointer by Matt Mitchell
Matt Mitchell‘s 3-pointer gives the Aztecs their first made field goal of the game.
Jalen Harris scores Nevada’s first points on a 3-pointer
Jalen Harris gets the Wolfpack scoring started with this triple in the game’s first minutes.
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Adam Hensley is a digital producer with the USA Today Network. You can follow him on Twitter @A_Hens83.
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