A New Angle on Vegas

Google Maps continues to amaze us with its 3-D representations of cities around the world, and now it has added 45-degree satellite imagery for Las Vegas and about two dozen other cities, including San Diego, Honolulu, Rome and Amsterdam. The 45-degree imagery for Las Vegas doesn’t cover all parts of the Valley, but does stretch from downtown to the south end of the Strip, and also includes McCarran International Airport and UNLV.

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Stanback gets back on track as Rebels roll

Stanback gets back on track as Rebels roll

Despite a couple of poor offensive outings in UNLV’s last two games, Chace Stanback should still be a top priority on all opposing teams’ scouting reports. That was evident Monday night at the Thomas & Mack Center. Facing a 2-3 zone, Stanback looked comfortable in scoring a career-high 29 points in the Rebels’ 81-63 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. Stanback’s scoring outburst, which included eight 3-pointers on nine attempts, came after he totaled just seven points in UNLV’s previous two games.