Since opening Mountain West play with one of the worst shooting performances of his career, UNLV senior point guard Oscar Bellfield has started to find his range.
He was on target last season versus Wyoming.
With a matchup looming against the only team to beat them in MWC play this season, the 11th-ranked Runnin' Rebels go for their fifth consecutive victory over Wyoming on Saturday in Laramie.
Bellfield is having a rough shooting year at 39.9 percent, but he had a particularly difficult game as UNLV (21-3, 5-1) began league play with a 69-67 loss at then-No. 22 San Diego State on Jan. 14.
Bellfield missed 11 of 12 shots in that contest - the worst shooting game of his career with more than nine field goal attempts - and finished with four points as the Rebels made 35.3 percent from the floor.
The senior guard scored six points in each of the next two games, but he is averaging 14.7 points and has hit 10 of 22 from 3-point range over his last three. Bellfield had four 3s and 16...