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    Heytvelt

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    Double Double Josh for the win!
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    I'll give it to Josh for the double double as well. All I've ever wanted from Josh was to stay in the paint, tonight it actually seemed like he looked comfortable down there.
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    Josh.

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    Josh,

    Matt,

    Big Willy..way to rock it Foster. We need you.
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    Josh. Great job all over the court.

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    have to go with josh - he was an animal on the boards (not this board)

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    Josh
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    Matt & Josh were the dynamic duo, but I want to give a game ball to "Big Will" who gave us 13 good & useful minutes. The big kid deserves a pat on the back.
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    Josh was awesome on both ends.
    Matt carried us offensively from when we were struggling to close that 49-44 score to the end. He needs to make those two free throws at the end.

    Three Stars:
    1. Heytvelt
    2. Bouldin
    3. Pargo

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    josh
    good offensively, on the glass, and shut down hamsam

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    Josh all the way.
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    Josh with HM to Matt and "Big" Will.
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    Josh.

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    Heytvelt (sam)hands down
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    Josh = GUnit,

    Great team win in a tough environment.

    Go!! Zags!!!

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    Looking very good. Even though he runs flat footed

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    I'm picking Josh, but for a different reason then what has been mentioned.

    Sometime in the first half, Daye picked up a cheap foul. It was one of those he should've, could've, would've prevented in retrospect. I could see on Daye's face the welling emotion. The head wagging, shoulder shrugging bouts of frustration was about to spew from him....until...

    Josh slid over a slapped his shoulder, made eye-contact with Daye and gave him a reassuring, but stern head nod. It was almost to say "Hey we discussed this. You're okay and we are going to fight together. Shake it off" Daye was emotionally level throughout the game and JH's influence seemed to be the trick.

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    josh wouldve been matt if he hit those free throws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyZags View Post
    I'm picking Josh, but for a different reason then what has been mentioned.

    Sometime in the first half, Daye picked up a cheap foul. It was one of those he should've, could've, would've prevented in retrospect. I could see on Daye's face the welling emotion. The head wagging, shoulder shrugging bouts of frustration was about to spew from him....until...

    Josh slid over a slapped his shoulder, made eye-contact with Daye and gave him a reassuring, but stern head nod. It was almost to say "Hey we discussed this. You're okay and we are going to fight together. Shake it off" Daye was emotionally level throughout the game and JH's influence seemed to be the trick.

    Did not see, so thanks for pointing it out. This is awesome.


    Gotta go with Josh also, but for a different reason then anyone has said. Josh really was focused last night. From the beginning of the game to the very end. If everyone had Josh's focus last night every game we would be hard to beat. Here's to Josh remaining focused the rest of the year. He could help go deep in the dance.

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    always team, and many rang the bell

    but Josh was called on particularly in this one I think, and he responded, delivered

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    Bouldin shot the ball well but I have to vote for Heytvelt. He played great for 40 minutes; he stayed aggressive the whole game. If only he could have played like that with any consistency throughout his career.

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    Josh...if we get that level of intensity and maturity from here on out...look out!

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    That was pretty much the Josh I have been waiting for all season - pretty good on the boards, lots of varied offense, very solid D in the post. Josh, no question.

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    The Tally for this edition of the GUnit of the Game:

    Josh - 58 Votes
    Matt - 7 Votes
    Will - 1 Vote
    Jeremy - 1 Vote

    Congrats to Josh for his 7th GUnit selection of the year !


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