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  • Ummm....Pangos?

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  • Sacre

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Thread: - - - GUnit of the Game - - - (WashSt)

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    Default - - - GUnit of the Game - - - (WashSt)

    Holy moly...

    Just giving a few random thoughts here, but wow, this teamnhas some BIG things in store with this young and amazing core of players we have....

    Pangs is so ridiculous already. His court presence and leadershipnis amazing. You would think he was running this team for 2-3 years now! His confidence is just spectacular. One thing that stood out to me, was while Pangos was tearing it up, and Stockton was sitting the bench (for about 25 consecutive minutes at this point), Pangos hit his 9th three, and Stockton was screaming and jumping up and down. There was no animosity toward the guy that was taking all his clock. This team has some incredible chemistry....and that could make us very, VERY dangerous.



    Wow wow wow...so much to be excited about!!
    Allow myself to introduce....myself...

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    KP. Good night
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    Default Who is your GUnit?

    That was slightly closer than I would have hoped.
    Allow myself to introduce....myself...

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    Pangos, but Sacre almost stole it.

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    No question about this one, but can't forget 15/11 for Rob, 14/11 for Elias and 14 from Bell! Huge games for lots of guys but the night belonged to Kevin.

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    Kitz- You may have guessed, but I did NOT mean to post it that early!! Haha
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    Sacre saved the game.

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    Had to temporarily delete your first thread, Woohoo. Premature GUnit almost cost us the game.
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    Bobby saved it.. But wouldn't be a discussion without Pangos.
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    The most incredible game in GU history for a first start by a freshman. Incredible absolutely incredible. Poise and leadership to go with a killer instinct.

    Pangos was simply awesome baby!!!

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    Tough call, but I vote Sacre. he was HUGE down the stretch, we don't win without his clutch defense and foul shooting.
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    Holy cow! I was amazed by our freshmen... this is going to be crazy year!

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    Pangos, Sacre, Gary Bell, Hart all had their moments -- good & bad -- mostly all good, which equates to the WIN!

    That's all that matters = the "W".

    GUnit...gotta go with Pangos (30pts, 7 assists). Not just a good game, yet one of the best performances by a Zag PG in years.
    “You’ve got to hit the Zag standard.”

    And if it happens, those rites of Autumn become the rites of Spring.

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    Major props to Sacre, but Pangos is without a doubt my choice tonight. Was very happy with GBJ too.

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    Default Young uns lit it up in the first half and

    RS and EH came on at the end to finish. Great game.

    Scary, too. WSU made a valiant effort to catch up. And they damn near did.

    But the night belongs to Pangos. Great break out night.
    Last edited by gamagin; 11-15-2011 at 12:06 AM.
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    KP. Look forward to lots more of that.
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    Pangos easily.

    of course, Rob saved our butts down the strech and Bell was terrific on both ends of the floor.

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    Yesterday


    One can make a stand and then see how it holds up against the test of time.
    Credibility is the reward for passing the test.

    For me, one game isn't long enough to be considered a test. Thirteen years definitely is a qualifier though. I agree with the notion that perimeter defense has not withstood the test of time.

    Go ahead and state what you honestly feel. We will see how it holds up.

    I have stated my position. I believe the strength of this team, this season, will be in the newcomers. We shall see what happens.

    My vote is Pangos
    I miss Mike Hart

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    I have to vote for such a debut from Pangos.
    Sacre was the anchor in the 2nd half.
    Good to see GBJ working so hard on defense and contributing so much to the offense.
    Love our Frosh. Love this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    Tough call, but I vote Sacre. he was HUGE down the stretch, we don't win without his clutch defense and foul shooting.
    you're right, but 33 points by a freshman while tying a school record for made 3's? that had to have some impact on the game right? 7 assists?

    aaah, who cares. good days ahead in zagville. just playin with ya birddog.

    my vote's to pangos, with a nod to sacre for getting the kids calm at the end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    Had to temporarily delete your first thread, Woohoo. Premature GUnit almost cost us the game.


    Premature....yes yes....I have issues with prematurity.

    Thanks for saving the game and deleting it quickly. If you were about 90 seconds later, zags lose, and I become the first MOD ever to be banned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northsidezagfan View Post
    No question about this one, but can't forget 15/11 for Rob, 14/11 for Elias and 14 from Bell! Huge games for lots of guys but the night belonged to Kevin.
    My thoughts exactly! If someone told me Kevin would score 33 pts as a frosh, i don't think I would have believed it. But what I just witnessed in his second college game was nothing short of spectacular!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2wiceright View Post
    My thoughts exactly! If someone told me Kevin would score 33 pts as a frosh, i don't think I would have believed it.
    Add in his 6 assists and he accounted for 45+pts tonight .
    “You’ve got to hit the Zag standard.”

    And if it happens, those rites of Autumn become the rites of Spring.

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    We're not in this game for Sacre to save without Pangos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    Had to temporarily delete your first thread, Woohoo. Premature GUnit almost cost us the game.
    Spits coffee over monitor. . .casts vote for Steve Nash, Jr.
    Last edited by RenoZag; 11-15-2011 at 06:32 AM.


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