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SWZag
12-21-2016, 07:58 PM
Rui Drive & Dunk (https://twitter.com/ZagMBB/status/811779561633431552/video/1) - Wow

...almost looked like a travel tho, I thought. Maybe not. Either way, pretty impressive, and as I think it was Heister said, "that's an NBA play." I think he's right.

23dpg
12-21-2016, 08:02 PM
Nice! Any other replays of the dunk would be appreciated.

ProVeeZag
12-21-2016, 08:07 PM
Looked like a walk to me (1-2-3). Nice finish tho'.

TexasZagFan
12-21-2016, 08:10 PM
Looked like a walk to me (1-2-3). Nice finish tho'.

In Nashville, he would have been whistled...

DixieZag
12-21-2016, 08:10 PM
Will be such a weapon.

GonzaGAW
12-21-2016, 10:05 PM
Looked like a walk to me (1-2-3). Nice finish tho'.

like dickau said on t.v. "that was an nba move", we all know you get an extra step in that league.

jpn17
12-21-2016, 10:16 PM
like dickau said on t.v. "that was an nba move", we all know you get an extra step in that league.

or 3

zagbeliever
12-21-2016, 11:39 PM
In Nashville, he would have been whistled...

probably get a T lol

maynard g krebs
12-22-2016, 01:45 AM
Looked like a walk to me (1-2-3). Nice finish tho'.

No, he picked up his dribble after the first of the 3 steps shown, then takes the proper step and a half- pick up dribble, land on right foot, one more step w/left and go up

JPtheBeasta
12-22-2016, 05:40 AM
It's pretty impressive to be able to call for the ball at half court, receive the ball somewhere between half court and the 3-point arc, make one dribble, and dunk the basketball.

TexasZagFan
12-22-2016, 06:08 AM
It's pretty impressive to be able to call for the ball at half court, receive the ball somewhere between half court and the 3-point arc, make one dribble, and dunk the basketball.

Rui's so quick, Grayson Allen would whiff on his patented "trip move".

Blackbeard
12-22-2016, 06:09 AM
....and the crowd goes mild.

JPtheBeasta
12-22-2016, 06:53 AM
Rui's so quick, Grayson Allen would whiff on his patented "trip move".

Would he still throw the 80's teen movie villain tantrum?

Robzagnut
12-22-2016, 06:54 AM
It was shown on ESPN last night.

TheGonzagaFactor
12-22-2016, 07:44 AM
He did not travel. It may look like one for the same reason a lot of legit NBA drives look like travels: HE'S SO FAST.

By the rules, that was a good drive and dunk.

Zag_Dad
12-22-2016, 07:47 AM
Rui is gonna be so much fun to watch once he gets extended minutes. That kid is an ATHLETE!

LongIslandZagFan
12-22-2016, 08:29 AM
Watched it a few times... not a travel.

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 08:31 AM
more impressed with his baseline turnaround jumper! anyway, looked like a walk to me.......

LongIslandZagFan
12-22-2016, 08:38 AM
Dribble picked up at FT line... two steps and then elevation. Not a travel.

CDC84
12-22-2016, 08:47 AM
The guys during the broadcast called it a NBA move. While I cannot disagree, it would also be a NBA move to stop him at the rim and at the very least knock him to the ground with a foul. The South Dakota guys provided zero resistance. Of course by that time of the game they were just waiting to get the hell out of there.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 08:48 AM
In all fairness CDC, Rui did about put his elbow in the rim.. not sure Karno would have prevented a dunk on that drive, let alone a South Dakota player.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 08:50 AM
Possible lineup next year to start year?

Perkins, Melson, Rui, JW, Collins
Norvell, Tillie, Alberts, Kispert, Edwards, Wade, Larsen off bench? Assuming NWG goes pro?

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 08:51 AM
Dribble picked up at FT line... two steps and then elevation. Not a travel.

looks like 3 steps to me after picking up the dribble so we disagree

CDC84
12-22-2016, 08:52 AM
In all fairness CDC, Rui did about put his elbow in the rim.. not sure Karno would have prevented a dunk on that drive, let alone a South Dakota player.

You can prevent a dunk on any drive if you foul hard enough or get in the right spot. Obviously, a South Dakota player is not as likely to provide resistance at the rim than a Dwight Howard or your average NBA center can. I'm sure nobody had any interest in being posterized

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 08:54 AM
but still an awesome move!

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 08:55 AM
You can prevent a dunk on any drive if you foul hard enough or get in the right spot. Obviously, a South Dakota player is not as likely to provide resistance at the rim than a Dwight Howard or your average NBA center can. I'm sure nobody had any interest (on South Dakota) in being posterized.

+1

GrizZAG
12-22-2016, 08:59 AM
Can anyone tell if Rui is beginning to learn plays and basics at least of Few's system yet? How about passing skills? Defense? Once he gets all that together it will be magic in motion. Can't wait! Most exciting potential I can remember for a long time.

CDC84
12-22-2016, 09:05 AM
Can anyone tell if Rui is beginning to learn plays and basics at least of Few's system yet? How about passing skills? Defense? Once he gets all that together it will be magic in motion. Can't wait! Most exciting potential I can remember for a long time.

If it ever happens, I just don't think it's going to happen until he gets a better handle on the language....which means not this season. Ideally he would've redshirted, but he really wanted to play this season. It's going to take time, but the coaches knew this going in. As long as he works his tail off and follows the direction of his coaches, he has a very promising future.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 09:08 AM
You can prevent a dunk on any drive if you foul hard enough or get in the right spot. Obviously, a South Dakota player is not as likely to provide resistance at the rim than a Dwight Howard or your average NBA center can. I'm sure nobody had any interest in being posterized

The way it is called in cbb today, its a flagrant foul on a hard foul meeting someone at the rim. Not sure that is in their best interest down 30 already. Agree to disagree

tinfoilzag
12-22-2016, 09:10 AM
Possible lineup next year to start year?

Perkins, Melson, Rui, JW, Collins
Norvell, Tillie, Alberts, Kispert, Edwards, Wade, Larsen off bench? Assuming NWG goes pro?

I wouldn't think Nigel would go pro after just one year at Gonzaga. I'm not sure about his personal life but I don't think he has any drivers that would force him to go oversees for money right away. He would not likely be drafted for the NBA at this point.

Most transfer to Gonzaga to improve their game, their body, and play in the tournament. I don't think he would of sat a year to only play in one post season.

The exception being that he plays so well this year (especially in March) that NBA teams would spend a first round pick on him, then he might go.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 09:11 AM
I wouldn't think Nigel would go pro after just one year at Gonzaga. I'm not sure about his personal life but I don't think he has any drivers that would force him to go oversees for money right away. He would not likely be drafted for the NBA at this point.

Most transfer to Gonzaga to improve their game, their body, and play in the tournament. I don't think he would of sat a year to only play in one post season.

The exception being that he plays so well this year (especially in March) that NBA teams would spend a first round pick on him, then he might go.

Im expecting a final four this year.. and that would propel him. Agree that he is not a first rounder right now.

tinfoilzag
12-22-2016, 09:20 AM
Im expecting a final four this year.. and that would propel him. Agree that he is not a first rounder right now.

I like the optimism. His floater and his range from deep look NBA-ready to me.

MontanaCoyote
12-22-2016, 09:24 AM
but still an awesome move!

Most of you posters are too young to remember Elgin Baylor, either in the NBA (59-72) or at Seattle U. (58) As Sports Illustrated noted years ago, Elgin was THE player that took the game "off the floor and into the air."

Last night, Rui did just that. He can move, float, and hang just like Baylor did.

I think Rui has the potential to be a great player like Baylor. Baylor averaged over 27 PPG in the NBA along with 14 boards a game. He dunked over Russell and Chamberlin. And he was just 6'5" at 225 lbs. Rui has what, 3" on Baylor and he's built along the same lines.

Elgin lasted one year at SU and was drafted #1 by the Lakers. Wishing that we can keep Rui for four, but I'm thinking we'll be very lucky to have him for three.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 09:25 AM
I like the optimism. His floater and his range from deep look NBA-ready to me.

Loving this year, but wont be much dropoff next year..

Imagine NWG (sr), Perk (jr), Melson (sr), Williams (sr) and Collins (lottery pick) with Hachimura (future lottery?), Tillie, Kispert, Wade, Norvell, Alberts, off the bench. Next year should be just as fun. Great time to be a Zags fan. Not to mention SMC loses just rahon and will have a ton of seniors next year.

CDC84
12-22-2016, 09:26 AM
The way it is called in cbb today, its a flagrant foul on a hard foul meeting someone at the rim. Not sure that is in their best interest down 30 already. Agree to disagree

I don't think you are understanding my point. I just think the guys in the booth last night got a little carried away with the dunk....their tone suggested that the move couldn't have been stopped at any level of the game. There was a reason why Rui was able to make that dunk, and it had more to do with the way that South Dakota chose to defend it. And I agree....at that point in the game, a hard foul wouldn't have been a smart move. As I said earlier, the Coyotes just wanted to get the hell out of there.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 09:26 AM
Most of you posters are too young to remember Elgin Baylor, either in the NBA (59-72) or at Seattle U. (58) As Sports Illustrated noted years ago, Elgin was THE player that took the game "off the floor and into the air."

Last night, Rui did just that. He can move, float, and hang just like Baylor did.

I think Rui has the potential to be a great player like Baylor. Baylor averaged over 27 PPG in the NBA along with 14 boards a game. He dunked over Russell and Chamberlin. And he was just 6'5" at 225 lbs. Rui has what, 3" on Baylor and he's built along the same lines.

Elgin lasted one year at SU and was drafted #1 by the Lakers. Wishing that we can keep Rui for four, but I'm thinking we'll be very lucky to have him for three.

Im young so i cant say i saw Elgin, but you make a great point. Rui moves with the effortless grace that you just dont see with every player that comes around. He is special.

cggonzaga
12-22-2016, 09:27 AM
looks like 3 steps to me after picking up the dribble so we disagree

Definitely 3 steps.

CDC84
12-22-2016, 09:29 AM
"Gimme three steps mister, won't you give gimme three steps towards the goal"

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 09:29 AM
I don't think you are understanding my point. I just think the guys in the booth last night got a little carried away with the dunk....their tone suggested that the move couldn't have been stopped at any level of the game. There was a reason why Rui was able to make that dunk, and it had more to do with the way that South Dakota chose to defend it. And I agree....at that point in the game, a hard foul wouldn't have been a smart move.

I am understanding your point and do not agree with it. You stop that dunk, you get a flagrant. This isnt the Bill Lambier days when guys are going up for a tomahawk slam and you close-line him. Could it have been stopped? Sure. Guys with more athleticism, maybe could have been quick enough to step in front of his quick move-- SD didnt have that. Could they have taken him out midair and prevented the dunk-- sure. Flagrant foul.

SWZag
12-22-2016, 09:34 AM
Most of you posters are too young to remember Elgin Baylor, either in the NBA (59-72) or at Seattle U. (58) As Sports Illustrated noted years ago, Elgin was THE player that took the game "off the floor and into the air."

Last night, Rui did just that. He can move, float, and hang just like Baylor did.

I think Rui has the potential to be a great player like Baylor. Baylor averaged over 27 PPG in the NBA along with 14 boards a game. He dunked over Russell and Chamberlin. And he was just 6'5" at 225 lbs. Rui has what, 3" on Baylor and he's built along the same lines.

Elgin lasted one year at SU and was drafted #1 by the Lakers. Wishing that we can keep Rui for four, but I'm thinking we'll be very lucky to have him for three.

That comparison gives me goosebumps. If he's anything close to Elgin, GU has some big things ahead.

zagsfanforlife
12-22-2016, 09:34 AM
Do we think he is done growing? What is he now? 6'7?

GoZags
12-22-2016, 09:56 AM
Do we think he is done growing? What is he now? 6'7?

6' 8 1/2" without shoes

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 09:57 AM
Most of you posters are too young to remember Elgin Baylor, either in the NBA (59-72) or at Seattle U. (58) As Sports Illustrated noted years ago, Elgin was THE player that took the game "off the floor and into the air."

Last night, Rui did just that. He can move, float, and hang just like Baylor did.

I think Rui has the potential to be a great player like Baylor. Baylor averaged over 27 PPG in the NBA along with 14 boards a game. He dunked over Russell and Chamberlin. And he was just 6'5" at 225 lbs. Rui has what, 3" on Baylor and he's built along the same lines.

Elgin lasted one year at SU and was drafted #1 by the Lakers. Wishing that we can keep Rui for four, but I'm thinking we'll be very lucky to have him for three.

guess I'm one of the old posters because I remember Elgin well, David Thompson too...both about 6'5". How about Connie Hawkins? same size as Rui at 6'"8' or so


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp3UXNVqR9E

cggonzaga
12-22-2016, 10:21 AM
guess I'm one of the old posters because I remember Elgin well, David Thompson too...both about 6'5". How about Connie Hawkins? same size as Rui at 6'"8' or so


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp3UXNVqR9E

George Gervin?

23dpg
12-22-2016, 10:27 AM
George Gervin?

Love the Connie Hawkins comparison. Of course Rui has a long way to go to fill those shoes. But they do have similar builds and game. I'm afraid the Gervin one doesn't fit. George was smooth and silky. He never looked for contact. He'd rather snake around his defender and finger roll a shot off the glass.

Also, still looking for a realtime vid of that dunk last night.

ProVeeZag
12-22-2016, 10:51 AM
guess I'm one of the old posters because I remember Elgin well, David Thompson too...both about 6'5". How about Connie Hawkins? same size as Rui at 6'"8' or so


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp3UXNVqR9E

Thanks for the clip on "The Hawk", he was a magician on the court. David Thompson could fill it up, huge scoring machine. But Connie Hawkins had moves from another planet. I like the comparison of Rui's athleticism with Hawkins', but Rui is just taking his baby steps at this point. It will be fun to watch him grow!

GoZags
12-22-2016, 10:51 AM
Also, still looking for a realtime vid of that dunk last night.

http://www.wccsports.com/thew.tv
1:34:00 mark (right after Fr. Hightower gets a little airtime.

Goshzagit
12-22-2016, 10:59 AM
In Nashville, he would have been whistled...

Heck, just for even thinking about it...

ZagMan in Philly
12-22-2016, 11:27 AM
That dunk was Nasty.
Rui is smooth for his size. I also liked the reference to the "Dream" with the soft baseline jumper.
More Rui please.

CDC84
12-22-2016, 11:32 AM
After all these years, I still don't understand why Ira Brown was called for a foul on this dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ3kXHLiSPA

The other famous Ira dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrGQWlxybxQ

And the famous Pargo flush against SMC:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I68naha5mjI

One of Jeremy's better NBA dunks when he was playing for the Grizzlies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk9I6dIZFww

ProVeeZag
12-22-2016, 11:42 AM
Looked like a walk to me (1-2-3). Nice finish tho'.

Watched it again 1-2-3. Rui's foot speed is amazing. Wonder what his time in the 40 yd dash would be?

maynard g krebs
12-22-2016, 01:48 PM
looks like 3 steps to me after picking up the dribble so we disagree

Absolutely not. Grabs the ball w/ both hands between steps 1 and 2, not before step 1.

MDABE80
12-22-2016, 01:54 PM
Well, whatever it was, he's got the whole "look" down. He's gorgeous when he dunks. It's an event to see. lol

JPtheBeasta
12-22-2016, 03:09 PM
After all these years, I still don't understand why Ira Brown was called for a foul on this dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ3kXHLiSPA

The other famous Ira dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrGQWlxybxQ

And the famous Pargo flush against SMC:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I68naha5mjI

One of Jeremy's better NBA dunks when he was playing for the Grizzlies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk9I6dIZFww

That Jeremy dunk off the fast break is my favorite because it just seems to come out of nowhere. Rui's dunk has a little bit of that mojo in it.

Bogozags
12-22-2016, 03:20 PM
To me the dunk that was really impressive was a few games back as he drove the lane on the left side of the rim and then dunked with his right hand as he passed by...if he had gone any higher on that move, his head would most likely have hit the rubber molding on the bottom of the back board...

MontanaCoyote
12-22-2016, 04:03 PM
After all these years, I still don't understand why Ira Brown was called for a foul on this dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ3kXHLiSPA

The other famous Ira dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrGQWlxybxQ

And the famous Pargo flush against SMC:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I68naha5mjI

One of Jeremy's better NBA dunks when he was playing for the Grizzlies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk9I6dIZFww


guess I'm one of the old posters because I remember Elgin well, David Thompson too...both about 6'5". How about Connie Hawkins? same size as Rui at 6'"8' or so


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp3UXNVqR9E

OK! No problem giving Rui Connie "The Hawk" Hawkins type moves. I go with Baylor overall given +6 boards and +10 points a game in NBA career that was 7 seasons longer. Also because Rui's build is much closer to Elgin's than Connie's.
Still Connie is a great story and man, he did have some special talent and some great "I lost my jock" moves!

seacatfan
12-22-2016, 04:18 PM
I thought David Thompson was only 6-3. The rumors from back in the day were that he could grab a quarter off the top of the backboard. Don't know if this is true or not. But the dude definitely had major hops.

Goshzagit
12-22-2016, 04:39 PM
Loving this year, but wont be much dropoff next year..

Imagine NWG (sr), Perk (jr), Melson (sr), Williams (sr) and Collins (lottery pick) with Hachimura (future lottery?), Tillie, Kispert, Wade, Norvell, Alberts, off the bench. Next year should be just as fun. Great time to be a Zags fan. Not to mention SMC loses just rahon and will have a ton of seniors next year.

NWG most likely gone next yr. Has degree in hand. Family involved. Very interested in finding a role in the League and has a great shot. Lower draft pick in stacked class, yet was told even a 2nd rd guarantee is a enough to warrant his interest.

Karno graduates.

Zach Collins will depend on NCAA Tourney success and draft status -- will seek NBA feedback after this season

fedwayzag
12-22-2016, 04:42 PM
I like watching him bring the ball up the court. Very smooth and confident.

TokyoZag
12-22-2016, 04:47 PM
After all these years, I still don't understand why Ira Brown was called for a foul on this dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ3kXHLiSPA

The other famous Ira dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrGQWlxybxQ

And the famous Pargo flush against SMC:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I68naha5mjI

One of Jeremy's better NBA dunks when he was playing for the Grizzlies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk9I6dIZFww

That first Ira video is a blast from the past. My one and only youtube video. And that Pargo Tomahawk is one of my favorite dunks ever.

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 07:06 PM
I thought David Thompson was only 6-3. The rumors from back in the day were that he could grab a quarter off the top of the backboard. Don't know if this is true or not. But the dude definitely had major hops.

yep, he discusses that here and some footage of his 44 inch vertical


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQPVKQIFxVk

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 07:10 PM
Absolutely not. Grabs the ball w/ both hands between steps 1 and 2, not before step 1.

just watched in a few times again. it's cool how reasonable people can watch the same thing and see different things!

CDC84
12-22-2016, 07:10 PM
David Thompson was Michael Jordan's hero growing up. He had him at his hall of fame induction.

Not sure about NWG going pro after this season. It depends, but again, I think some people are underestimating how powerful this draft is going to be. It's going to be one of the deepest ones in NBA history. I hope kids really do their research and make a smart business decision. Just because you have graduated doesn't mean you can't come back for grad school, or get a head start on a second undergraduate degree.

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 07:12 PM
OK! No problem giving Rui Connie "The Hawk" Hawkins type moves. I go with Baylor overall given +6 boards and +10 points a game in NBA career that was 7 seasons longer. Also because Rui's build is much closer to Elgin's than Connie's.
Still Connie is a great story and man, he did have some special talent and some great "I lost my jock" moves!

hey I like the Dream comparison from ZMIPhilly regarding that baseline turnaround

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 07:15 PM
George Gervin?

Wiltjer reminded me of Gervin, all those fresh one handed finishes and driving and slashing off of one foot

bballbeachbum
12-22-2016, 07:47 PM
Thanks for the clip on "The Hawk", he was a magician on the court. David Thompson could fill it up, huge scoring machine. But Connie Hawkins had moves from another planet. I like the comparison of Rui's athleticism with Hawkins', but Rui is just taking his baby steps at this point. It will be fun to watch him grow!

right on man, that's a cool clip. Rui got the crazy athleticism!

ZagMan in Philly
12-22-2016, 07:57 PM
You can prevent a dunk on any drive if you foul hard enough or get in the right spot. Obviously, a South Dakota player is not as likely to provide resistance at the rim than a Dwight Howard or your average NBA center can. I'm sure nobody had any interest in being posterized
Tell that to Wiltjer...

http://www.deepishthoughts.com/devin-booker-posterized-kyle-wiltjer/

maynard g krebs
12-22-2016, 08:08 PM
just watched in a few times again. it's cool how reasonable people can watch the same thing and see different things!

Admittedly hard to tell because the clip starts a bit too late, but looked at it several more times and he grabs the ball with both hands up high AFTER the first step in the video. I'm from the old days when one and a half steps was rigorously enforced, pre David Stern NBA, and constantly have to bite my tongue in pickup games because the kids now travel constantly and nobody calls it unless it's completely ridiculous- drives me nuts.

If they call that a travel on Rui, there must be about 50 travels in every game. Because it looked like a clean move to me, that wouldn't have been called a travel even in the 60's.

MontanaCoyote
12-22-2016, 09:20 PM
After all these years, I still don't understand why Ira Brown was called for a foul on this dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ3kXHLiSPA

The other famous Ira dunk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrGQWlxybxQ

And the famous Pargo flush against SMC:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I68naha5mjI

One of Jeremy's better NBA dunks when he was playing for the Grizzlies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk9I6dIZFww


Admittedly hard to tell because the clip starts a bit too late, but looked at it several more times and he grabs the ball with both hands up high AFTER the first step in the video. I'm from the old days when one and a half steps was rigorously enforced, pre David Stern NBA, and constantly have to bite my tongue in pickup games because the kids now travel constantly and nobody calls it unless it's completely ridiculous- drives me nuts.

If they call that a travel on Rui, there must be about 50 travels in every game. Because it looked like a clean move to me, that wouldn't have been called a travel even in the 60's.

Right On! Sometimes it blows my mind to think of what Baylor, Robertson, West, Hawkins et.al
could do with the palming, traveling, and no touch defense's in today's game. And, hey, they played in sneakers, too, not the super shoes around now.

WallaWallaZag
12-23-2016, 06:00 PM
Watched it again 1-2-3. Rui's foot speed is amazing. Wonder what his time in the 40 yd dash would be?

rui's raw athleticism has really taken off since he's arrived at gonzaga...it's amazing what structured diet and pro-level training can do for a guy who hasn't been exposed to these things in the past. he wasn't this level of athlete when i saw him in japan.

Zagger
12-25-2016, 06:45 AM
Need a better look? (https://twitter.com/ZagMBB/status/811779561633431552/video/1?t=1&cn=ZmxleGlibGVfcmVjcw%3D%3D&refsrc=email&iid=91f52ccf184146298cd695fe55444a2e&uid=765221913614360576&nid=244+272699402)
Sorry if this tweet was already posted ......

Goshzagit
12-25-2016, 11:51 AM
Am I the only one whose heart skips a beat everytime they skim past this thread title?

While casually checking/surfing the men's bball home page, I find myself subconsciously reading this title as "Rui Driving Drunk".

Terrible, I know, yet can't help it.

I swear I panic for just a second everytime I scroll down the forum page.

Whew...

ProVeeZag
12-25-2016, 12:10 PM
Need a better look? (https://twitter.com/ZagMBB/status/811779561633431552/video/1?t=1&cn=ZmxleGlibGVfcmVjcw%3D%3D&refsrc=email&iid=91f52ccf184146298cd695fe55444a2e&uid=765221913614360576&nid=244+272699402)
Sorry if this tweet was already posted ......

Thanks for the Rui vid. Zagger, where do you stand on this call? The 1st time I watched this clip (a few minutes ago), I said, ok-no travel. I'm willing to leave it at that.

GoZags
12-25-2016, 01:40 PM
Thanks for the Rui vid. Zagger, where do you stand on this call? The 1st time I watched this clip (a few minutes ago), I said, ok-no travel. I'm willing to leave it at that.

I didn't hear a whistle.