View Poll Results: Who is your GUnit?

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  • Pangos

    74 78.72%
  • GBJ

    10 10.64%
  • Karnowski

    0 0%
  • Dower

    3 3.19%
  • Barham

    6 6.38%
  • Someone else (who?)

    1 1.06%
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Thread: - - -GUnit of the Game - - - (Oakland)

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

    Who ya got??
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    Really hard call... especially when theres no poll!


    ETA: oh there it is

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    PANG PANG

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    http://scores.espn.go.com/ncb/boxscore?gameId=400506796

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    My vote's for Mr. Pangos

    21 Pts, 3 Rebs, 3 Stls, 3 Asst, 1 Turnover, One Knee to the head. . .


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    I voted GB but tough call between his game and Pangos. It is so nice to see Gary healthy and agressive. He had the perfect mix of shooting and slashing, he is very tough to guard when he plays like this.

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    Gotta be KP. Early season woes lifting and now himself.
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    I voted for Bell. Three dribble drive scores in the second half (I think).

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    Pangos kept us in the game almost every time and made very few errors. Only 1 turn over and NO fouls committed.
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    Pangos because it was nice to see him break out.

    But love to see GB take it to the basket like he did in hs. A long time coming. Actually would like to see a few more of KP's shots going to GB.

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    Anybody else's heart SINK when they said 'Oh, and Pangos is down on the floor!' ?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maynard g krebs View Post
    Pangos because it was nice to see him break out.

    But love to see GB take it to the basket like he did in hs. A long time coming. Actually would like to see a few more of KP's shots going to GB.
    I thought the exact same thing. They both play so well and have nearly identical skills - Kevin maybe better floaters, Gary a little stronger and higher up. Regardless - there is zero reason that Gary has to be deferring to anyone this year and when KP isn't really feeling it, he needs to find Gary.

    They looked like a formidable back court duo that will give any team problems this year. Good thing they played well tonight b/c Oakland was pretty hot and well coached.
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    I detract that to add that Bell and Pangos should be co-GUnits of this game

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    Going with Bell for D and then some points.

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    I thought we played very pedestrian tonight. Oakland's defense was not that strong but it seemed to stall us a lot. Hope to see improvement in offensive end Thursday against wa state. Also we did not have good defense inside. Lots of problems to be fixed.
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    Pangos. Glad to see him hitting from beyond the arc. Bell had a very good game too,as did Sam, PK somewhat better but still fouling alot. His defense was horrible.

    Also Drew Barham played quite well.
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    I was pretty happy with Barham but I think he was successful because he was playing "out of position" as more wing than forward. When he was under the basket he got stalled out and rebounded over a few times. His maturity is the only thing that makes it possible to put him in as a forward.

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    I thought it was a very well played game....about what I would hope/expect to see for the rest of the year...good passing...shooting...few turnovers....excellent free throws ... plenty of assists....balanced scoring... Coleman will have better games and Karno will improve some...but I really enjoyed the game.... Oakland played very well with a lot of poise and determination...Kevin got my vote, but Gary was very close.

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    G-Unit to Kevin Pangos. He seemed to finally "will" his 3's in when the team most needed the bolstering. Him and Bell as mentioned would be co G-Units if we had such a thing! Saw a lot of good things and contributions from a variety of players tonight. Loved the low turnovers in this type of grinder and especially they were 3 free-throws short of 100%!!! I also love to see Shem steadily improve and get more comfortable out there and against tougher teams each outing. WSU will be a good test for him and the team...

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    Gotta go with KP, but it was nice to see Bell driving and scoring.

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    KP for consistency in this game that we need down the stretch.

    GBJ played very well.

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    Pangos for sure in this one...Looking at his stats line, three assists? Somebody please define what an assist is because he created more than three baskets for team-mates...Good second half by the team after Oakland tried to take the air out of the ball....Need 24 or 30 second shot clock

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    Bell. Loved it. Pangos too.
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