View Poll Results: Who is your GUnit?

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  • Shem

    2 2.33%
  • Wiltjer

    69 80.23%
  • Pangos

    12 13.95%
  • Sabonis

    2 2.33%
  • Other (who?)

    1 1.16%
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Thread: GUnit of the Game- LMU 2/12/15

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    Default GUnit of the Game- LMU 2/12/15

    Who is your GUnit for tonight in a game that was over at the tip.
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    Wiltjer was 100% consistent. Everyone else seemed to take the brake off a little after we were up 20.
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    Back to back double doubles. He just keeps getting better, very impressive.

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    I vote for the big Oregonian Kyle Wiltjer. He got us off to a fast start, and stayed consistent throughout.
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    Wish that dunk by Nunez went in. Sabonis with a nice dunk. Wiltjer gets my vote. Great game to watch!!!
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    Wiltjer by a landslide. 21 points 10 rebounds (2nd straight double-double for him I believe) 4-7 behind the arc.

    Pangos w/ 8 assists, 9 points w/ three 3's.

    Sabonis ended up w/ 10 and 8, most of his points were late in the game. He's a guy that can really rack up rebounds and buckets in garbage time.

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    I am going with Shem since he had the critical play that blew the game open - he won the opening tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I am going with Shem since he had the critical play that blew the game open - he won the opening tip.
    Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I am going with Shem since he had the critical play that blew the game open - he won the opening tip.
    lol

    Wesley had a couple stretches early on that made me think he was going to heat up for a big game but never quite kept on asserting himself... which is fine in a game like this. Wiltjer looked like he was just on cruise control in a good way.

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    KW is upping his game in a nice steady way, hopefully he peaks during the tournaments. Nice rebounding tonight.
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    Wiltjer for me... He makes it seem so effortless lately to score 20 points - and I'm loving the double-doubles.

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    I went with Wiltjer but it was close for me. I though Pangos was very good tonight. The shooting was just so so (per usual GU standard) and he could have racked up 10 assists oath wise.

    Also, it almost seems like the ft is to close for Wiltjer. His 3 is effortless but it almost seems like he's trying to will it in on the line. His midrange shot is good too but he usually shoots that one on the move or leaning in.

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    Game was over quickly, so I'm going with...

    Robert Sacre.

    Nice to see the big fellow back in Spokane.

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    Wiltjer with a double double, 21 and 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robzagnut View Post
    Game was over quickly, so I'm going with...

    Robert Sacre.

    Nice to see the big fellow back in Spokane.
    My vote goes to that shirt. Only big Rob could possibly pull that off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
    Wiltjer by a landslide. 21 points 10 rebounds (2nd straight double-double for him I believe) 4-7 behind the arc.

    Pangos w/ 8 assists, 9 points w/ three 3's.

    Sabonis ended up w/ 10 and 8, most of his points were late in the game. He's a guy that can really rack up rebounds and buckets in garbage time.
    the whole game was garbage time. Domas had 3 boards, a bucket, and a block in five or six minutes before picking up his second foul and sitting out the rest of the first half.

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    Kyle W.

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    LMU's free throw defense: Zags missed FIFTEEN foul shots. 20-35, 57%, egregious.

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