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    Thumbs up --GUnit of The Game-- (OK ST)

    Since WooHoo isn't on the board tonight, let's get the tally started !

    Who's your pick ?


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    Ya know, I gotsta say IRA! WOW, what hustle, heart, and just determination. I think we found that toughness we were looking for. Not huge numbers, but the guy after a hard fall in the first came back, and really brought some needed toughness for us. Gotta love it!!

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    I know it is going to be popular to pick Ira because he gave us a great lift off the bench but I think Micah really deserves it he had a great game. 17 points and 13 rebounds outstanding!!

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    Micah Downs!!!Good to start and good to finish; and a Double-Double, 17 points-13 rebounds
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    Micah! 17 pts, 2-4 three point, 13 rebounds and, to separate him from the rest of the team 5-6 from the line.
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    Micah, hands Down. Pun intended

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    Default best basketball player on the team

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    Default Pargo

    Bouldin and Downs were the best overall, and Ira Brown provided the huge spark off the bench, but Pargo took over when the Zags needed a floor general to close things out.

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    Micah, he kept us in it when Heytvelt and Daye had "off nights".

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    Yup. Micah. He looked great out there tonight.

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    Ira is one easy pick - he really did change the game while he was in, really anchoring the team when he was in, just playing smart and within himself.

    However, I might have to go with Micah - he did a lot of great things out there, was fairly solid on D, didn't take dumb 3s and got a double-double.

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    Downs

    But man, did Ira! bring a spark off the bench in the 2nd half tonight. Great job!!!
    GO ZAGS!!!

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    Micah

    Good all around. Playing with confidence

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    Congrats to Ira for being named the player of the game. Just awesome energy the 2nd half when the game really was in doubt. He shut them down on defense as the guy he was guarding was killing Austin, stole the ball twice, rebounded and scored 6 huge points. He can really catch ball and score on plays that Kuso just couldn't deliver. Ira was able to do what Sacre could not. And I've said, I love the energy he brings to the court. I think he just needs to drop the acrobatic crowd pleasing dunks from his game.

    Micah with an outstanding game. I believe he had a double double. I thought he played a very good all-around game. I am enjoying his Senior leadership.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    IRA! he changed the game, period.
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    Ira.

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    Although Ira played to more of his potential, I'm going with Downs. 17 and 13 is pretty tough to deny.
    It's F4 or bust.

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    Ira Brown. Numbers aside -- he sparked the second half run that won the Zags the game.

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    Default Matty

    Bouldin

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    Ira. I've mentioned this before, but he is a really good perimeter defender. He contains the dribble drive well, he gets his hands in passing lanes, and he's just about the best guy on the team on close outs.

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    Downs.

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    downs and bouldin got my vote

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    Micah. Ira disqualified himself by getting stuffed by the rim.

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    Default Ira

    Micah had a great game. A great game. No denying it. But Ira was THE pivot point. No denying that either.

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