View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game: Sweet 16 vs. UCLA - 3.27.15

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Thread: GUnit of the Game: Sweet 16 vs. UCLA - 3.27.15

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    Default GUnit of the Game: Sweet 16 vs. UCLA - 3.27.15

    As Jackie Gleason used to say:

    HOW SWEET IT IS !!!

    Who gets your handstand as player of the game versus the Bruins ??


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    Karno

    what a team!

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    Don't see the poll, but Karno is the easy pick for me. After UCLA closed to within 1 early in the 2nd half, Shem took over and completely dominated inside. Way to go big guy!

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    Shem with the no look behind the back interior bounce pass.
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    Several come in second, but Karno is far and away POG. Great game!
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    Karnowski. Played a super game.

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    As my wife said. King Kong Karno!
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    Mount Karnowski for the filthy, FILTHY passes.
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    Big Shem!

    I can't believe that this happened yet. Sitting here in awe and wonder.

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    Karno the Magnificent!

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    Wow!!! Karno was the best player on the court. Amazing passes to Sabonis.

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    PK!!!

    He became Zags go to guy when they needed him most. Bodes very very well for future
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    The Karnovore chewed 'em up and spit 'em out.
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    "The best player below the rim I've seen in a long time": Raftery

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    Good game by PK. We didn't play well, but UCLA was straight up not good. One of the worst rebounding teams I've ever seen.

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    Playing with fire. Great synergy with Domas.

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    Karnowski dominated this game, the Bruins had no answer. When the Zags guards couldn't hit from the outside and Wiltjer wasn't having his best game, he (and Sabonis as well) got it done. I love this team.

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    - am the 41st vote, all 41 for karnowski

    - I think of all the games this year, this is the one and only that you can really expect the outcome to be 100% (throwing out a couple of crack ### votes)

    - karnowski, way to go, a game you will never forget, nor will it be forgotten in zag lore

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    Karnowski earned himself a spot in Zag lore tonight with that game. Magnificent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Good game by PK. We didn't play well, but UCLA was straight up not good. One of the worst rebounding teams I've ever seen.
    I would make a distinction. Zags didn't SHOOT well from the perimeter, but otherwise played a solid game. UCLA's shooting woes mirrored GU's. Since neither team could hit anything form outside, that cancelled each other out and was a non factor. GU was clearly better in other aspects of the game.

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    Karnopolis. You can't stop him, you can only hope to contain him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
    I would make a distinction. Zags didn't SHOOT well from the perimeter, but otherwise played a solid game. UCLA's shooting woes mirrored GU's. Since neither team could hit anything form outside, that cancelled each other out and was a non factor. GU was clearly better in other aspects of the game.
    I agree with you. They played a great game all around, the shooting was the poor part.

    And I voted Karno, just dominant.

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    Shemmick freakin karnowski. One win away from the dream!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Good game by PK. We didn't play well, but UCLA was straight up not good. One of the worst rebounding teams I've ever seen.
    This is just off the top of my head, but didn't UCLA outrebound us at their place?

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