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    Pargo. He was a great leader and his unselfishness is really good to see. And I'm not just talking about the 10 assists. He is a floor leader and knows who to give the ball to in what situations. It doesn't show up in the box score, but Pargo is the undisputed leader of this team.

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    Pargo and Meech already play so fluidly together its hard to differentiate them out there. If they were one singular entity they'd have the GUNIT in a runaway. Loved the fast break back-and-back between them.
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    Pargo.

    2nd Bouldin..They boxed and 1 on him

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    Sorenson,for hitting 2 3's to get me free Wendys

    Actually ,I would say Daye good numbers and good hustle.Didn't seem like he is 100%,should be even better when he does get to that point.

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    If I have to give it to someone then I'm going with Josh, but Pargo is a very close second based on his leadership in the second half. But Josh played great around the basket and did the things we need to have him do this year in order to be successful.
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    josh
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    Daye
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    1. Daye
    2. Pargo
    3. JH
    Go Zags!!! Just Foo'in around.

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    Default Josh

    Great to see the big guy back at 100% ! Bodes well for the season.

    I'm really impressed by Meech. Doesn't play like a freshman.

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    JH
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    1. Voltron's head
    2. Voltron's hand
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    Bouldin - under control, good decisions, very steady. Then Josh, then Pargo, then Daye. Very impressed with Meech. Way to go Sorenson!

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    Josh. The first of many.
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    I initially was going to go with daye, but I like the way josh controlled the paint on defense. I would have liked to see the team work the ball inside to him more, but it is good to see him playing healthy

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    It was nice to see Jeremy in the "assist first" mentality. He played VERY unselfish and you could clearly see him pass up drive opportunities to get the ball to his teammates. The ball just didn't drop despite good looks.

    Good to see Josh being aggressive...and I though Bouldin looked a bit quicker....he had a few takeaways. Austin ended up with some nice numbers and should improve as he gets caught up. Ira,Downs, Demetri, all showed nice hustle. I give some credit to MSUB for their hustle.

    With the exception of the last 5 minutes of the first half and a bit off on our shot...it was a good start to the season. On to Idaho!

    Gunit....Pargo

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    Default Josh

    JH

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    I haven't really participated in these because it forces me to judge but I will this year.. on our way till...well, I'll reveal that in April.

    Tonight it's Austin, his work on the boards reminds me of Rub and Kdaleb, relentless, unforgiving, and omnipresent.

    Very honorable mention goes to a second place Josh and a mature Jeremy.
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    Gotta go for Austin's double double - we need those boards. Josh as a very close second though!

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    Pargo...10 assists 0 turnovers. Enough said.
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    I got to go with Austin as well. Tough to beat a double-double. I didn't like his foul problems....he needs to play smarter. This is a problem for him too. Close second is Josh. 8 boards and imo 4 blocked shots. Meech a close 3rd for his defense on their very good shooter in the 2nd half, held him to 5 pts.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Sorenson!!!!!! His smile says it all! I loved the second 3 that bounced straight up and out and came back down and IN!!!!!!! That was priceless!

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    Josh gets my vote

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    Default Sorenson

    Career high? Are you kidding me folks? This is a great opportunity to KUDO (I just made a verb out of that) a man who means so much to this team and has for years. Sorenson Smile Time

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    Josh. Steady does it.

    Well done, Andrew and Austin!
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    Daye.

    I'm going with the rebounding leader because this and turnovers is what is going to win games when we only shoot 40% in a half.
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