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Fresno State Bulldogs (10-11)


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vs. Nevada
W 66-62
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@ SDSU
L 47-58
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@ ColoSt
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A look at player of the year candidates in men's hoops

(AP) -- The college basketball regular season has about six weeks left and AP has a look at player of the year candidates. Like last season, there are a couple of front-runners and a handful of players who could make a run at the award with a strong finish. Here's the way it's shaping up as the season heads toward the final stretch:

Jahlil Okafor, Duke. The list starts with him for a reason. The 6-foot-11 freshman was a preseason All-American and has lived up to expectations, putting up big numbers for one of the nation's best teams. Okafor leads the fourth-ranked Blue Devils with 19.9 points and 9.4 rebounds per game. He's shooting nearly 67 percent from the floor and has a good eye for passing out of double teams, which he sees a lot. He has been a handful at both ends of the floor and arguably the nation's most dominant player.

Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin. Another preseason All-American who has played like one. The 7-foot senior returned to Madison after leading the Badgers to the Final Four last season and has done nothing to hurt his NBA stock after skipping a chance to leave early. Kaminsky leads No. 5 Wisconsin with 17.2 points, 8.2 rebounds per game and is shooting 53 percent, including 40 percent from 3-point range. Put a smaller player on him, Kaminsky will go down in the post. Beef up against him and Kaminsky will take them outside.

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Leaders
Points: M. Harris17.7
Rebounds: M. Harris5.1
Assists: M. Harris3.5
FG%: M. Harris45.6%
FT%: M. Harris76.5%
3P%: P. Watson34.3%
Steals: M. Harris2.1
Blocks: K. Edo1.6
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kentucky20-0
2 Virginia19-0
3 Gonzaga21-1
4 Duke17-3
5 Wisconsin18-2
6 Arizona20-2
7 Villanova18-2
8 Notre Dame20-2
9 Kansas17-3
10 Louisville17-3
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kentucky20-0
2 Virginia19-0
3 Gonzaga21-1
4 Duke17-3
5 Wisconsin18-2
6 Arizona20-2
7 Villanova18-2
8 Notre Dame20-2
9 Louisville17-3
10 Utah16-4
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Mountain West Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Wyoming 6-2 17-4
San Diego State 6-2 16-5
Colorado State 5-3 18-3
Boise State 5-3 15-6
New Mexico 5-3 13-7
Utah State 5-3 12-8
Fresno State 5-3 10-11
UNLV 3-5 12-9
Nevada 2-5 6-13
Air Force 2-7 9-11
San Jose State 0-8 2-18
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 64.9 (241)
Rebounds: 9.8 (250)
Assists: 10.2 (314)
FG%: 42.4% (235)
FT%: 69.7% (144)
3P%: 29.2% (323)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 64.5 (138)
Rebounds: 22.7 (258)
Assists: 11.2 (78)
FG%: 42.2% (153)
FT%: 69.5% (203)
3P%: 33.0% (141)
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