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Xavier Thames Headlines Mountain West Awards

Xavier Thames of San Diego State has been named Mountain West Player of the Year.

Thames was joined on the All-Conference First Team by Cameron Bairstow, Deonte Burton, Larry Nance Jr. and Kendall Williams.

On the Second Team are Daniel Bejarano, Khem Birch, Anthony Drmic, Tyler Johnson and Ryan Watkins.

Birch was also named Defensive Player of the Year.

Freshman of the Year honors went to Paul Watson of Fresno State.

Via RealGM Staff Report

Jamal Aytes Transfers From UNLV

Jamal Aytes has decided to transfer from UNLV.

"I have enjoyed my time at UNLV, but transferring gives me a better opportunity for playing time sooner in my career," Aytes said.

Aytes has appeared in four of UNLV's seven games this season, scoring a total of 11 points (2.8 ppg) with three rebounds (0.8 rpg). He has averaged 9.3 minutes played per game.

"We thank Jamal for his contributions and wish him the best in the future," Rice said.

Aytes was a late addition to the Runnin' Rebel program, signing with UNLV late in the summer. 

Via RealGM Staff Report

Kansas, UNLV Agree To Home-And-Home Starting In 2014

Kansas and UNLV have agreed to a home-and-home starting in the 14-15 season.

The Rebels will visit Allen Fieldhouse first with the Jayhawks returning the favor the next season.

“We are very excited to start this series with Kansas,” UNLV head coach Dave Rice said. “Kansas has one of the most successful, storied programs in college basketball history.

Via Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV Receives Commitment From Jamal Aytes

UNLV received a verbal commitment from Jamal Aytes, a 6-foot-6, 225-pound power forward who is a top-70 prospect at his position.

Aytes chose the Rebels over Gonzaga, Arizona, West Virginia and BYU.

Via Ray Brewer/Las Vegas Sun

Katin Reinhardt Transferring From UNLV To USC

Katin Reinhardt has decided to transfer from UNLV to USC.

Reinhardt left UNLV due to his desire to play point guard.

Reinhardt originally committed to USC in 2010, but changed his mind last May.

Andy Enfield will use Reinhardt in his uptempo offense beginning in the 14-15 season after he sits out one year.

Via Yannis Koutroupis/HoopsWorld

Mike Moser Transfers To Oregon

Mike Moser has decided to transfer to Oregon.

Moser also considered Gonzaga and Washington.

Moser can play immediately for the Ducks since he graduated from UNLV.

Via Adam Zagoria/ZagsBlog

Anthony Bennett Out Four Months With Torn Rotator Cuff

Anthony Bennett will miss four months due to shoulder surgery.

Bennett tore the rotator cuff in his left shoulder.

Bennett complained of pain in his left shoulder in February, but it wasn't deemed serious.

Bennett's draft status as a probable top-10 pick isn't likely be impacted.

“You always would prefer a guy is healthy, works out for you and can play in summer league," one GM told ESPN. "However, I don't think in this case that it will really matter. We got a good feel for his game. He's one of the most NBA-ready prospects in the draft. I wouldn't blink taking him in the top five as long as the surgery is successful."

Via Taylor Bern/Las Vegas Sun

List Of 77 Early Entry Candidates For 2013 NBA Draft

The 2013 NBA Draft has 77 early entry candidates, with 46 players from United States' colleges and 31 internatinoal players.

Players have the right to withdraw no later than June 17 ahead of the June 27 draft in Brooklyn.

College Players
Steven Adams, Pitt
C.J. Aiken, St. Joseph's
Anthony Bennett, UNLV
Vander Blue, Marquette,
Lorenzo Brown, N.C. State
Reggie Bullock, North Carolina
Trey Burke, Michigan
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia
Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse
Adrien Coleman, Bethune-Cookman
Allen Crabbe, Cal
Deweyne Dedmon, USC
Gorgui Dieng, Louisville
Jamaal Franklin, San Diego State
Archie Goodwin, Kentucky
Tim Hardaway Jr., Michigan
Grant Jerrett, Arizona
Christian Kabongo, New Mexico State
Myck Kabongo, Texas
Shane Larkin, Miami
Ricky Ledo, Providence
Alex Len, Maryland
C.J. Leslie, N.C. State
Nurideen Lindsey, Rider
Amath M'Baye, Oklahoma
Ray McCallum, Detroit
Ben McLemore, Kansas
Tony Mitchell, North Texas
Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA
Nerlens Noel, Kentucky
Victor Oladipo, Indiana
Kelly Olynyk, Gonzaga
Norvel Pelle, Los Angeles College Prep
Otto Porter Jr., Georgetown
Marshawn Powell, Arkansas
Phil Pressey, Missouri
Andre Robertson, Colorado
Joshua Simmons, Spartanburg Methodist (JC)
Trevis Simpson, UNC-Greensboro
Tony Snell, New Mexico
Tahj Tate, Delaware State
John Taylor, Fresno Pacific
Adonis Thompson, Memphis
Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State
B.J. Young, Arkansas
Cody Zeller, Indiana

International Players
Alejandro Abrines, Barcelona 
Giannis Adetokunbo, Filathlitikos
Francois Affia Ambadiang, Geoplin Slovan
Nemanja Besovic, Partizan
Bogdan Bogdanovic, Partizan
Matias Bortolin, Arkadia,
Linos Chrysikopoulos, PAOK
Laszlo Dobos, Zaragoza
Dorde Drenovac, Biancoblu
Viktor Gaddefors, Oknoplast Bologna
Rudy Gobert, Cholet
Mouhammadou Jaiteh, Boulogne
Livio Jean-Charles, ASVEL
Sergey Karasev, Triumph
Louis Laveyrie, Paris-Levallois
Raul Neto, Lagun Aro GBC
Philipp Neumann, Brose Baskets
Lucas Riva Nogueira, Estudiantes
Alexandre Paranhos, Flamengo
Artem Pustovyi, Khimik
Bogdan Radosavljevic, Bayern Munich
Marko Ramljak, Zadar
Dario Saric, Cibona
Dennis Schroder, New York Phantoms
Strahinja Stojacic, Smederevo
Walter Tavares, Gran Canaria
Daniel Theis, Ratiopharm
Janis Timma, Ventspils
Marko Todorovic, Barcelona
Axel Toupane, Strasbourg
Adin Vrabac, Spars Sarajevo 

Via RealGM Staff Report
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