PORTLAND, Ore. -- Nemanja Mitrovic scored 22 points and Portland held off a late rally by Nevada for a 66-62 victory on Monday night.
The Pilots (11-3) won their fourth straight despite shooting just 37 percent from the field, Portland's worst shooting performance at home this season.
Dario Hunt finished with 21 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Wolf Pack (3-10), who hit only 38.3 percent of their shots.
Portland appeared to have the game under control after Mitrovic canned a short jumper to make it 54-42 with 4:27 remaining, but Nevada scored seven unanswered points to trim the deficit to five. The Wolf Pack pulled to within two twice in the final 37 seconds but couldn't get any closer.