Martin produced 16 points (7-11 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four assists and a steal across 39 minutes in Tuesday's 72-71 win over Boise State.
Martin hadn't converted a 3-point shot in over a month, but he certainly made this one count, as it lifted Nevada into the win column in another close game. After dropping their first game to New Mexico, the team has demonstrated an ability to get things going in the first half of many games, but against Boise State, the opposite was true. The WolfPack saw their nine-point lead at the half get whittled away. Martin and his brother Caleb are still top producers for Nevada, but the team needs more consistency if it hopes to compete like a Top 10 team.