View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game: NCAA Rd 3 vs. IOWA - 3. 22. 2015 ?

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  • Wiltjer

    53 43.44%
  • Sabonis

    8 6.56%
  • Pangos

    11 9.02%
  • Bell, Jr.

    0 0%
  • Karnowski

    0 0%
  • Dranginis

    3 2.46%
  • Team Win ! Benihana for Everyone !

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Thread: GUnit of the Game: NCAA Rd 3 vs. IOWA - 3. 22. 2015

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    Default GUnit of the Game: NCAA Rd 3 vs. IOWA - 3. 22. 2015

    The story continues to be written. . .Zags win decisively against the Hawkeyes, advancing to a Sweet 16 Match Up vs. UCLA on Friday night. . .

    Who is your player of the game, Zag fans ?

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    All of them. So sweet.

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    For as few minutes Wiltjer played, he dominated when he was out there. Crazy good.

    PK had more assists than pangos hahah!
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    Voted team. Great job guys!

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    I voted for the team. Whole program was part of this win. And the women win too. Red letter day all around.

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    I gotta actually give this one to the coaches. H3ll of a game plan on short turn around. Well done!

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    Damn I'm happy! Voted Wiltjer, but easily can give it to the whole team.

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    Tough call tonight. Wiltjer got us the lead, Pangos with huge shots to stop any momentum, and Sabonis tough all night in the post. Went with Wiltjer though.

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    This was a full team. When they play like this they are hard to beat.
    Wilter had his moments today, but it was still the whole team.
    And I'm pretty sure that next year Sabonus is going to be my favorite player.

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    His defense was still suspect but i had to vote Wiltjer, he killed them. They had no defense for him!
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    Pangos went 4-7 shooting 3s, which means Pangos attempted 7 threes!. Not to down-play his huge impact, but Wiltjer having a great night is almost pre-requisite to our having a good game. Pangos' drive to win is what is pushing our team. I'm happy to see him looking to score!

    Also, Bell deserves a mention. He was on early, and that really helped. It seems that when Bell is scoring, we are winning.

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    KW. Great 1st half minutes by KD and great 2nd half minutes by EMac. Also Sabs was a close 2nd. This team is a wealth of riches.
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    Barkley said, "If they shoot 60% they can beat anyone." Check that one off!

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    Has to be the team.

    KW getting us way out in front.

    Pangos delivering the 3s and the assists

    Sabonis on the Boards

    KD everywhere.
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    I'd give it to the bench (emac, dranginis, and domas) it felt amazing to me that this team is so deep that when bell, Karno and Wesley are all a little off that those three were able to play so well especially defensively and with energy

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    Call me crazy, but I voted Dranginis.

    Hustles after loose balls, disrupts on defense, rebounds, blocks out, occasionally drives for a floater, and makes beautiful entry passes to the post.

    He has improved so much and still gets lost in the shuffle. He will be huge for this team next season.

    Just love watching that young man play.
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    Niice to see the team option in the poll, because this one was absolutely a team victory. So proud of my Zags!

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    Team. Man I love this team
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    I just have no idea ... So I went with team.


    fwiw ... Pangos' 16 points ties him for 5th all-time in scoring with Matty Santangelo
    So many brackets, so little time.

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    Karno's back to back assists in the first half were gorgeous. The latter to Bell was especially amazing.

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    Went with the Baltic Hammer. He was roaming around the post like a boss.

    Great team effort, but I loved Sabonis' rebounding and slams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickMick View Post
    Call me crazy, but I voted Dranginis.

    Hustles after loose balls, disrupts on defense, rebounds, blocks out, occasionally drives for a floater, and makes beautiful entry passes to the post.

    He has improved so much and still gets lost in the shuffle. He will be huge for this team next season.

    Just love watching that young man play.
    Not crazy at all, He was one of my runners up for about the 6 th time in a row.
    Birddog

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    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
    All mimsy were the borogoves,
    And the mome raths outgrabe.

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