View Poll Results: Who is your GUnit?

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  • KO

    56 41.18%
  • Harris

    12 8.82%
  • GBJ

    28 20.59%
  • Coach Few

    26 19.12%
  • Someone else (who?)

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

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

    What I love most about this, is that we seemed a little lost on offense, shot 6-30 from three, shot 50% from the FT line....and were STILL able to come out of there with a W.


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    Mike Hart.
    It's peanut butter jelly time!

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    stocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotoriousZ View Post
    Mike Hart.
    Yup

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    I voted GBJ, but as a very solid 'honorable mention' I voted for my mothers heart medication that i stole and ate like Pez for the entire 2nd half.
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    Few!

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    Mike Hart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
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    gotta agree with you DS
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    A couple Hart and a Stocks so far, u guys make sure to vote! Might have our first other 'Someone Else' win.
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    I gave it to Gary Bell for being the only one to hit a 3 consistently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    stocks
    What? Seriously? You?

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    went with KO. Harris had another solid game 11 pts, 9 boards and 4 assists.

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    Hart

    But without Kelly we lose by 12

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    Kelly...would have had a monster game if they could have got the ball to him..
    BYU had a great game plan and executed it about as well as they could have...thank god for Gary's threes..

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    Few.

    He kept them focused when things looked dicey.

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    Bell. KO would have had 35 if it were not for BYUs awesome zone. Seriously best implemented zone I have seen in a long time.


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    Default someone else: Hart and DS

    multiple points when these guys could have got it going, one or the other screwed them up. No defending what they did. No making up for these turnabouts, either.

    They had the ball and some momentum, and then, in a flash, we had the ball and their momentum was stalled. killer.
    Go TEAM Zags !

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    Kelly with Gary Bell a close second. Was really proud of Gary hitting those three's and especially that one right after the halftime. It was so important to come out of the locker room and score. When he hit that 3 pointer I felt pretty good. Kelly was just a man tonight. They beat the tar out of him and he took it all, and then hit that huge shot at the end. I thought Harris played well at the end too. Touch. I think his cut nose really bothered him.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    busted nose and all that riff raff, 10 boards and big plays down the stretch

    what a team

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    Really that zone was only effective because we missed wide open three all night. This thing is an absolute blowout of we sniff our season average

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    I could have gone with Bell, Stockton, and Hart, but KO got the nod by a slim margin.
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    Stocks, Hart and Barham were big despite a lot of missed 3 Pters and Fts between them.
    GBJ was great on the 3ball and on D. Sam provided some needed minutes and offense. KD made a big 3. Kelly was Kelly, but even tougher. KP made a big 3, some big fts and had a big steal, but took too many shots it would seem, and only had 1 assist. Coach Few did well to not get a T when a hit job was put on his AA player.

    Harris grabbed a lot of big boards, played great d and made some big buckets - GUnit.

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    KO, big shots, big block, inbound catch, took a mob hit that Tony Saprano would have loved. STUD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerogame View Post
    KO, big shots, big block, inbound catch, took a mob hit that Tony Saprano would have loved. STUD!
    Can't argue with that reasoning.

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    I'm opting for "other". . .TEAM hung together on a really lousy shooting night, made up for it with hustle plays. . .

    Bruce Pearl suggested the Zags needed a game like this. . .maybe they did. My blood pressure didn't but the rest of the year will be very much like tonight; Zags will get everyone's best (and sometimes cheapest) shot.

    Congratulations to the Gonzaga Bulldogs, SOLE winners of the WCC !!


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