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HEALTH UPDATE: Wyoming entered Saturday's game with four players listed as day to day with injury or illness. Three of those players started and played against UNLV.
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"UNLV is a great team, a physical team," Grabau said. "We just got out physicaled tonight. Tonight they were just stronger and faster and wanted the Nike Air Huarache Jacquard
But UNLV (21 7, 8 5 MW) also played without a key element most of the game. Freshman forward Anthony Bennett played just four minutes due to a shoulder injury.
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The Wyoming men's basketball Nike Air Huarache White And Blue team would have to play its second consecutive game without its starting senior forward, leading scorer and best rebounder.
Cooke went on to score a career high 15 points and grab nine rebounds.
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"He's the key to our team," sophomore Riley Grabau said.
LARAMIE The tone of the evening was established when Leonard Washington walked out in a sweat suit.
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UW coach Larry Shyatt said the difference maker was not Washington; the fact his team didn't play like its usual self was.
Without him, it wasn't even close.
Sophomore guard Larry Nance Jr. (unspecified illness), senior guard Derrious Gilmore (flu like symptoms) and sophomore forward Derek Cooke Jr. (sore back) played lengthy minutes.
But UW, as a team, shot 28.8 percent from the field and made 22.2 percent from 3 point range. The Cowboys were out rebounded 47 25 and out scored in the paint 36 18.
HALL OF FAME: UW announced its 2013 Hall of Fame class during Saturday's game. The inductees are: Carrie Bacon (women's basketball), Josh Davis (men's basketball), Jason Gervais (track and field), Jim House (football), Mike LaHood (football), Kevin McKinney (administrator) and the 1959 football team.
Wyoming failed to replace its star, and the Cowboys lost to UNLV 65 42 at Arena Auditorium on Saturday.
Had Washington, who has a sprained left ankle, been available, the Pokes would have had a battle against a UNLV team tied for third in the Mountain West.
"We know we caught a break," UNLV coach Dave Rice said of Washington's absence. "He's so important to what they do at both ends of the floor."
By the time Derek Cooke Jr., UW's one highlight of the evening, became the first Cowboy to make more than one shot, UNLV led 32 12 with one minute left in the first half.
same passion, energy, enthusiasm, aggressiveness, discipline and unselfishness that we have had up to this point. That was a disappointment."
"I'm the responsible party, when we do or don't play well," said Shyatt, whose team dropped to 18 9 and 4 9 in league play. "I take the full responsibility for our guys playing with less than the energy that they've had the entire year."
SPECIAL GUESTS: Former Wyoming basketball players and NBA retirees Theo Ratliff and Reggie Slater attended UW's game Saturday. They sat in court side seats and received a standing ovation at halftime. Read more about the visit in Monday's Star Tribune.
Things didn't get better in the final 20 minutes.
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