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Bragg has standout game against Wyoming

Brandon Ortega
January 20, 2019 05:55 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- Carlton Bragg delivered on expectations Saturday against Wyoming.

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The high-touted Lobo transfer has been up-and-down since becoming eligible in December.

Against Wyoming, Bragg had a team-high 16 points, five rebounds, three blocks and two steals.

Coach Paul Weir said he liked the way the team got Bragg into the flow on offense.

Bragg said snapping the team's three-game losing streak was huge. 

"We all needed it, Bragg said. "It was a team win. We need everyone to pull this off that's what we needed and we just got to keep this energy the same energy to keep going into the next game."

The Lobos will look to get revenge on UNLV when the team's play Tuesday.

The Rebels beat the Lobos by 11 on Jan. 8. 

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