View Poll Results: Who is your GUnit?

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  • Kelly O (Captain Perfecto)

    94 68.61%
  • Elias Harris (Captain Consistent)

    41 29.93%
  • Someone else (Captain Morgan)

    2 1.46%
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    Four perfect shooting nights for Gonzaga. KO, Hart, Stockton and Edi.

    But Kelly had zero, I repeat ZERO FOULS!
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    While Harris also had a monster game, the reason it was so clear to me to choose Olynyk, was the fact that he had FIVE assists, was PERFECT shooting, and if you noticed it, the zags basically ran their offense THROUGH him in the 2nd half. It seemed every play was to get it to him at the elbow, and he created and opened up so much from there.

    FANTASTIC game by Harris as well though.
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    Tough for E not to get it after a great night, but you can't beat perfect. KO gets it, hands down.
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    Smile Kelly was perfect...but

    Harris was one hair better...his defense on Davies

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    Even though it seemed like BYU was only able to battle back when Harris was on the bench, it's hard to deny perfection. KO tonight for sure.

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    Default My vote:



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    Harris scored through contact (sometimes called, sometimes not) and was superb vs. Davies defensively. Also, his rebounding appeared to be tougher grabs.

    KO's perfect game was amazing, but BYU let him take quite a few open shots.

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    TKO for sheer numbers, Harris for hustle and still impressive numbers. This is a rare game that needs two votes.


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    Went with Harris for his defense on Davies. In the first half Davies did not know whether he was coming or going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekrub View Post
    Harris scored through contact (sometimes called, sometimes not) and was superb vs. Davies defensively. Also, his rebounding appeared to be tougher grabs.

    KO's perfect game was amazing, but BYU let him take quite a few open shots.
    You are correct, sir. I want to change my vote to Harris.

    But I can't.

    And yet all is well. Go Zags!
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    i really hope E is not getting overlooked by everyone, including scouts, but perfection is perfection...

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    It was close as E and Kelly were a force, but perfect games are rare, so I gave it to Kelly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bartruff1 View Post
    Harris was one hair better...his defense on Davies
    Nice to see someone else appreciates good defense. I give it to Elias because I believe he played the best game and was most valuable. His defense on Davies was just outstanding tonight. You must give him credit for outplaying their best post player be a long ways. He was also a beast on the boards. I thought it was our best game this year. And I figured it might be. Nice to see them so fired up after the loss Saturday to Butler.

    Kuddos go out to Bell for his outstanding job on Haws.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Both deserve it, really scary performance from themat least to the opposition.

    I voted for Elias, since he was a bit stronger in the first half for me, and he draws more fouls at that time to which i believe helped them to dominate a bit too.

    But both of them are a good pick, and 26 points without a miss also deserve a honoration.

    Since it is so easy math, both shot combined 85% from the field!!! Thats happen when you are the worse shooter with 70+%

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    Toughest choice ever for G-Unit! Since I could only pick one I went with Kelly, unbelievable perfect line along with 5 assists- WOW!

    After reading others who voted for Harris, almost makes me want to change my vote with him playing awesome D on Davies, and being so aggresive on the boards. Real toss up but great performances!!!

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    Elias. He got the team rocking, kept up with the physical play, and just destroyed BYU's front line. KO was spectacular with his shooting and solid in his D, but Elias took BYU's physicality and shoved it down their throats.

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    kelly may have been perfect...but i thought harris actually played better. super aggressive yet always in control...he attacked every chance he got and was playing like a beast on both ends, which is rare for him.

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    I think Kelly, Elias,and coach Few all deserve it The reason I say the coach is the changes he made on attacking the zone in the second half. When our guards were being doubled all over and having trouble with ball movement, he brought Kelly out and had him as one of the ball handlers. After this, our offense seemed to begin working better. Having a 7 foot ball handler allows him to see over and pass to the open area.

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    KO -- can't argue with perfection. One miss however, and it was E

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    they both deserve it of course, perhaps a slight edge to E because of his D last night which was as good as I've seen from him. His intensity early helped set the tone.

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    Default Love your analogy, Jazz

    E rolled about a 285 & still got beat!
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    Kelly Harris! or was it Elias Olynyk?

    Both, Irish says both!
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    when I saw the fireworks going off
    I thought GU had budgeted the money to have a firework display after every home win from now on

    hey that would be a crowd pleaser

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