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    Default Davis or Moser

    now that KO has officially moved on, if given the choice; Who could help us the most?

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    @slipperstillfit 18 Apr

    From what we are hearing it sounds unlikely that Gonzaga will land Tulane's Josh Davis. All aboard the Moser train.
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    Big shoes to fill. And if Moser wants to go someplace where he can be "the man," he'll certainly have the opportunity to earn that title at GU.
    What are you doing, Adam? Do you even know how many people go blind from pizza shrapnel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlark420 View Post
    @slipperstillfit 18 Apr

    From what we are hearing it sounds unlikely that Gonzaga will land Tulane's Josh Davis. All aboard the Moser train.
    and from what I heard, sounds like no US college is going to land him...as he's leaning toward playing overseas next year.

    poor decision at this stage, imo, but to each their own.

    WAY better opportunity/chance at securing a NBA roster spot playing in the US than taking a gamble abroad. Heck, even staying at Tulane is smarter at this juncture.

    Can't believe it, to be honest.

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    surprising choice to go overseas. too bad if true.

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    parrish joins katz and greenie in quaffing the zag kool aid...

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    Ive ask many people why Davis should or wouldn't just go pro . Sounds like he's got the goods to do just that. So why wait??? Anyone?

    Moser doesn't have the numbers to go now but he'd be a big time player if he heals up and works hard. I do think he's a 16-18/ 10 kid.

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    It is hard to take a national journalist seriously who lists stockton as a major asset. No matter how you feel about his play he shouldnt be mentioned in the top 8 important players for next year. Kp, gbj, kd, SD, pk, an, gc. Ok, in the top 8, but only because the others will be redshirts. The roster is thin next year, and it is how the transfers, Sam, and pk perform that will dictate the course of the season. Listing DS is laziness, trading on the national name recognition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    parrish joins katz and greenie in quaffing the zag kool aid...
    Personally, I love their even-handed analysis and objectivity. ; )
    What are you doing, Adam? Do you even know how many people go blind from pizza shrapnel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonwick View Post
    It is hard to take a national journalist seriously who lists stockton as a major asset. No matter how you feel about his play he shouldnt be mentioned in the top 8 important players for next year. Kp, gbj, kd, SD, pk, an, gc. Ok, in the top 8, but only because the others will be redshirts. The roster is thin next year, and it is how the transfers, Sam, and pk perform that will dictate the course of the season. Listing DS is laziness, trading on the national name recognition.
    Amen, Gon. Laziness is very common in sportswriters. 25 wins a very ambitious target for next year, especially post KO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonwick View Post
    It is hard to take a national journalist seriously who lists stockton as a major asset. No matter how you feel about his play he shouldnt be mentioned in the top 8 important players for next year. Kp, gbj, kd, SD, pk, an, gc. Ok, in the top 8, but only because the others will be redshirts. The roster is thin next year, and it is how the transfers, Sam, and pk perform that will dictate the course of the season. Listing DS is laziness, trading on the national name recognition.
    Wow...Did you watch a single game the last few years? Pretty weak post.

    Bet you $1000 DS averages more minutes than 3 of those listed.
    Go Zags!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjm720 View Post
    Wow...Did you watch a single game the last few years? Pretty weak post.

    Bet you $1000 DS averages more minutes than 3 of those listed.
    Not the point. As with Meech and Carter,et al, the guard quality at GU continues to lag. Pangos a keeper, Bell a question mark. Stocks is not a D1 contributor outside of Spokane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Not the point. As with Meech and Carter,et al, the guard quality at GU continues to lag. Pangos a keeper, Bell a question mark. Stocks is not a D1 contributor outside of Spokane.
    The ####ing point is what Coach decides and coach has a man crush on the kid. Oh, he surpises the hell out of everyone because he's better than his size dictates. If that's not clear...
    Go Zags!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjm720 View Post
    The ####ing point is what Coach decides and coach has a man crush on the kid. Oh, he surpises the hell out of everyone because he's better than his size dictates. If that's not clear...
    coach's recruiting has left him w stocks as his 3d guard. make what you will of that......man crush or not, stocks is a better choice in spots than the other guards...again, everything is relative.

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    Always on point: Both. I want Both.

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    Wink lets get greedy

    Abe-I like the way you think! Lets get the kool-aid out and start some final four talk

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    I think it is safe to say that we know what DS brings to the table, and his play will not be the principal factor in whether gu does well next year and certainly shouldn't be one of the first mentions inan article about why gu will be in good shape next year after ko goes. How kd develops (if he does), how gbj performs with more responsibility for scoring, how dower and pk respond to being essentially the only legitimate bigs (barring transfer or mystery big recruit no one knows about...which seems unlikely given pursuit of moser, etc), and how gc and an adapt after transfer are the major stories, the questions that will determine if gu is mediocre or good next year. DS will do what he does, more minutes than some would like, some great passes, some boneheaded turnovers, risks on d that lead to turnovers and breakaways as well as easy buckets for the other team. So long as he isn't inbounding the ball, I can't see him dictating the outcomes of games or the fate of the season. Ok, that was low. But fool me once, fool me twice and all that. I'm not about to be fooled a third time. My principal concern is that big minutes for ds means kd hasn't progressed or won't because he isn't getting minutes.

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    Default Davis or Moser

    Either one.
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    KO was a Halley's comet this year. Sans Kelly GU would have been a top 25, six seed kind of team. Don't see another Halley for a very looooong time. Back to the future for Zags next year.

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    I guess we hope for moser at this point, although i wonder how the team would feel about his desire to be the man, as others have mentioned.

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    So I guess that I have more confidence in the Team and coaches. I do say we will win 25 or more games next year.

    Good luck ZAGS. Go get them.

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    I'll be happy to get either one now that KO has declared - preferably whoever has the most eligibility remaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCZag View Post
    I'll be happy to get either one now that KO has declared - preferably whoever has the most eligibility remaining
    They both only have 1 year left.

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    Just wonder who the coaches and team think would be the best fit. Not necessarily best talent, but best addition to the team?

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