Post-Game Notes: (RV/---) New Mexico 84, Boise State 75
Streaks and trends
*New Mexico defeated Boise State 84-75 in a game that UNM never trailed, and was never tied other than 0-0.
*The win moved the team to 14-4 overall and 5-1 in the Mountain West, good for second place in the league.
*The Lobos improved to 5-0 against Boise State all-time, and the game marked UNM’s seventh 80-point game of the season.
*UNM opened the game on a 17-4 run.
*The Lobos opened up a 17-point first half lead at 32-15 with 3:52 left in the half.
*The closest the game ever got was five at 69-64 with 5:51 to go.
*The game was the fourth game this season in which UNM led from start to finish.
Senior F Cameron Bairstow
*Scored 17 points for his 17th double-figure scoring game this season.
*His scoring average dropped slightly to 20.3 points per game.
*Was nearly perfect from the field, going 7-for-8, and he is now shooting 60% (42-for-70) from the field in conference play.
Senior G Kendall Williams
*Scored 18 points to give him double-figures in all 18 games this season.
*Added nine assists for the second time in three games.
*Now has 548 career assists.
*Played 33 minutes and moved over 3,900 in his career with 3,903.
Junior G Deshawn Delaney
*Had nine rebounds, all defensive, his second-best rebounding game in his career.
Junior G Hugh Greenwood
*Scored a season-high 20 points, including hitting a career-high-tying five three-pointers.
*It was his second-highest scoring game, as he scored 22 as a freshman against Air Force.
*His five threes equaled the five he hit last year against USC.