View Poll Results: Who's your GUnit?

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  • Dower

    2 1.40%
  • Pangos

    21 14.69%
  • Karno

    110 76.92%
  • GBJ

    6 4.20%
  • Stocks

    3 2.10%
  • Someone else(who?)

    1 0.70%
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Thread: - - -GUnit of the Game- - - (West Virginia)

  1. #51
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    Karno...dominated both ends tonight. Big time performance.
    Go Zags!!!

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    Was going to vote for Kevin for the three late clutch 3's to put us comfortably ahead (he willed them in!), but Shem really deserves it with his huge DD, and 7-8 Ft's to boot! If he could have simply dunked about 4 lay-ins, he would have pushed 30 on the scoreboard. His 13 rebounds and 19 points were what kept us in long enough for Kevin to do his thing! Also props for Stocks for turning the entire momentum around with that steal and free throws right when I thought the game was about to get out of hand (to say nothing of his usual 8 assists). G-unit goes to Shem (but I could add Stocks and Pangos too!). Nice hard fought true road win...

    GO ZAGS!!!
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    +1 It was a one two punch tonight.
    Let's go Brandon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    I can't vote, we need co-units for this one. Shem and Pangos.
    +1 It was a one two punch tonight.
    Let's go Brandon!!!

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    Shem, for FT shooting alone.

    1 foul in 32 minutes ain't bad either.
    But we don't play nobody.

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    Shem for going till 2:07 in the second to record his first foul of the game. What an improvement.
    For 7 of 8 free throw shooting. What an improvement.
    For a double double. A fine performance.

    When the performances where so close in quality Shem's marked improvement tips the scale his way.
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    I thought Bell had a hell of a game. He got to some rebounds that looked like they were going to end up in WVU's hands. He hit some key shots in both halfs of the game. PK and KP were great too. You really can't go wrong with any of them imo.
    Bring back the OCC

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    Quote Originally Posted by northsidezagfan View Post
    Pangos had a great 10 minutes but Karno was great all game. Went to his right hand twice and played great d all game.
    And he made both right-handed shots, while looking so smooth I had to do a double-take and asked myself "was that really his right hand?"

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    Winning has many fathers; losing is an orphan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagMan in Philly View Post
    Love the determination of Pangos when game is on the line. He is the man.
    PK is a mountain, Stocks is poised, Bell hit some big shots too.

    I can't pick...great team win.
    Great team win, everybody helped and Shem put the Nasty in this one. But I was able to vote and I went with Pang Pang Pang! Talk about taking over a game, that was big time from Kevin.
    It's peanut butter jelly time!

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    Karno was terrific, but KP is like our knight in shining armor coming to the rescue. He was nails at games end. Clutch, clutch, clutch -- becoming a trend that I really like.

    KP is the "Rescue Ranger"

    Go Zags - Storm Seattle and take down S. Alabama.
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    This was Shem-nasty's "JP Batista v Oklahoma State" moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Winning has many fathers; losing is an orphan.
    You're quite the philosophizer, aren't you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    You're quite the philosophizer, aren't you!

    Naa, just call me aphoristic.

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    That box score says that Bell had one heck of a game. Cant say as I recall "seeing" it happen though. His personality as a high level ball player is really intriguing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maynard g krebs View Post
    Karno by a mile. Coming out party. Then Bell; 15 on 6 shots; 9 boards a career high? Third place to Pangos hitting them late and hanging in there on what had been a bad night till then.

    Without Karno/Bell's games, Pangos' late shots would have been in garbage time.
    Agree 100%.

    Question..........How does the team get GBJ to assert himself more??? A couple of times in the second half, when the offense was stagnant, he just took over, drove to the rim and scored. Plus, his shooting percentage is incredible, he needs at least 10 shots a game, including a half dozen or plays run to get him open, similar to the plays run for KP.

    Great team win, gutsy win in the road.

    Go ZAGS

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