View Poll Results: Who is your GUnit?

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  • Dower

    94 79.66%
  • Karnowski

    11 9.32%
  • GBJ

    0 0%
  • Pangos

    1 0.85%
  • Stockton

    0 0%
  • Dranginis

    12 10.17%
  • Someone else (who?)

    0 0%
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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaZagFan View Post
    I thought KD did a great Mike Hart impersonation tonight .....
    Dower gets the MVP.
    Dranginis gets the Mike Hart award.
    Karnowski get the Red Cross award for the blood donation.
    Let's go Brandon!!!

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    Sam was awesome

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    Sam- Gunit...awesome game! Shem with his hard nose play and playing smarter every game gets a runner up along with Kyle.

    Keep winning Zags... Just one at a time. Nice to be able to drop two games (on the road) God forbid another injury or round of the flu and still be soley in first place. Even better if we just keep separating ourselves from the rest!!!!!
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    I actually gave it to Shem as we would have needed a whole lot more points if he hadn't policed the middle so well. I hope everyone appreciates what the big man is doing on defense and not just the obvious blocks.

    SD very close second!
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    SD with a POY type game. It will be Haws but SD should be in the convo.

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    Sam Dower. He's the man. Incredible shooting. 12-13 from the line.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wnczagfan View Post
    Only 38.8% from the field, and 18.8% from three, though! Yikes! Did anyone else think Pangos looked sick or something? Kind of red in the face and overly sweating. Or maybe he was just in pain.
    I got the impression that Pangos took a good shot to that foot early on and was never quite the same. No replay from this Bay Area homer crew so couldn't see what happened. (When the games are in Spokane, do the visiting teams get the Heister crew on their TVs?). Probably another thread but not impressed with either the w.tv crews or these other local crews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdAZagFan View Post
    I got the impression that Pangos took a good shot to that foot early on and was never quite the same. No replay from this Bay Area homer crew so couldn't see what happened. (When the games are in Spokane, do the visiting teams get the Heister crew on their TVs?). Probably another thread but not impressed with either the w.tv crews or these other local crews.
    According to Zags beat writer Jim Meehan, Pangos sprained his ankle on that play; Karnowski thought KP stepped on his foot and rolled it. Pangos is still in the ranks of the walking wounded.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    According to Zags beat writer Jim Meehan, Pangos sprained his ankle on that play; Karnowski thought KP stepped on his foot and rolled it. Pangos is still in the ranks of the walking wounded.
    Friendly fire is killing Gonzaga. This would be more fun if we inflicted this damage to the other team.
    Let's go Brandon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    According to Zags beat writer Jim Meehan, Pangos sprained his ankle on that play; Karnowski thought KP stepped on his foot and rolled it. Pangos is still in the ranks of the walking wounded.
    Correct....but Meehan added Kevin "re-aggravated" the Turf-Toe injury on Friday as well. Walking wounded for him is an understatement!
    "Blake Stepp had a reputation for saying little. That's probably because he had to clench his teeth and wince so much, playing through the pain."
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    Sam. He was only trying to show Rex he could actually start on his team. I found it rather interesting that Sam was asked to shoot the Rex technical free throws -- one more in the side of Rex.

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