The Missouri Tigers cruised to a 90-64 win over UNLV at the Hearnes Center Sunday. Jason Conley did a little of everything, finishing with 17 points, eight points, seven assists and five steals. After a painfully slow start to the season, Conley is starting to break out of his shell, averaging 13.6 points per game in the last three contests. Arthur Johnson led the team with 23 points and was one of four Tigers with eight rebounds. Thomas Gardner set a career mark with 20 points. Rickey Paulding had 12 points and nine of the Tigers season-high 25 assists. Mizzou shot just under 51 percent from the field Sunday, while holding the Runnin’ Rebels to 38 percent shooting. Missouri has back-to-back wins for the first time since beating Coppin State and Indiana on December 2 and December 6. They improved to 11-10 on the season.