View Poll Results: Who's your GUnit?

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  • Perkins

    3 2.65%
  • Draino

    11 9.73%
  • Sabonis

    86 76.11%
  • Wiltjer

    4 3.54%
  • McClellan

    5 4.42%
  • Somone else (who?)

    4 3.54%
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Thread: - - -GUnit of the Game- - - (@ USF)--- 1. 02. 2016

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    Thumbs up - - -GUnit of the Game- - - (@ USF)--- 1. 02. 2016

    Big time finish. Gutsy performance for our guys.

    The first 35 minutes....not so awesome. But still, had a number of guys step up. Which one gets your nod for GUnit of the game tonight?


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    Not over yet. I trust you woohoo....��

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    DS for sure. But I voted Emac because he hit the FTs when it mattered.

    Shout out to KD for his D and the big 3 and a couple of key FTs
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    Stats Link:

    http://espn.go.com/ncb/boxscore?gameId=400830213

    Sabonis was the player of the game but THE TEAM showed great heart and they never quit.
    Last edited by RenoZag; 01-02-2016 at 11:17 PM.


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    Dranginis got my vote just for rebounding those missed free throws. Those plays saved the game.

    Sabonis was okay, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Stats Link:

    http://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=109557

    Sabonis was the player of the game but THE TEAM showed great heart and they never quit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    Dranginis got my vote just for rebounding those missed free throws. Those plays saved the game.

    Sabonis was okay, too.
    Yeah KD did a lot of good for the team tonight. The absolute hustle plays this board loves.

    Sabs was a beast and he runs away with this GuB.
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    Domas but what a team win. backcourt really stepped up down the stretch to a man

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    I voted for Josh and realize I may be the only one but my perception was that it was Josh's energy that actually triggered the comeback in the second half. That said, several players did amazing things tonight to help with the comeback win.

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    Ditto what Reno and MCMM said....HUGE HUGE HUGE plays from multiple guys tonight. Great team win, and Draino had some absolutely massive rebounds. When single possessions matter, for Draino to fly in and snag offensive rebounds like that, it's such a big play.

    Anybody notice the amount of times McClellan laid out on the floor to try and get a loose ball? He had one of the biggest steals (technically was a jump ball turnover that brought the ball back to the zags) at a crucial point in the game. It was such a big play. Love the hustle he showed.

    Big time team win.
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    Going with Draino... In that comeback he helped drive it with D and on the boards.
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    Duh
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    Domas for the WIN!!! Wiltjer and Perkins had good stat lines too and most emphatically, despite the crap they got over on the live game thread, EMac and Dranginis had great stats too. Melson, Alberts and Edwards were almost no-shows stat wise, and that needs to change.
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    Sabonis. GOAT!!!

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    Default Few and the coaches

    Hey, being down 16 in the 2nd half, we did not throw in the towel. You have to give Few and the coaches some credit for keeping them focused down the stretch.

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    Perkins and Dranginis did what mattered for guys not expected to be in the NBA. Perkins gave us the fire and Dranginis, for as much as he flat out pisses me off most times, the kid can offensively rebound at such key times its amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    Dranginis got my vote just for rebounding those missed free throws. Those plays saved the game.

    Sabonis was okay, too.
    Plus it was Kyle's steal at about eight and a half minutes left that started the dogs run to win the game. At that point they were down 74 - 58.

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    No quit in the Zags! Voted for Sabonis. He was great. Couldn't have made it without Perkins and Witjer though. And how about McClellan's FTs when we needed most!!! Go ZAGS!

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    Any vote for someone other than Wiltjer or Sabonis requires an explanation. EMac played terribly. A few free throws at the end does not change this.

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    I voted for the team.
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    Refuse to lose! Great comeback and team win to build upon. Sabonis -- player of game. How many times have the Zags had two players with double-doubles and 30 points?

    The neoZags continue! Believe, desire and win! Go Zags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravelinZag View Post
    Refuse to lose! Great comeback and team win to build upon. Sabonis -- player of game. How many times have the Zags had two players with double-doubles and 30 points?

    The neoZags continue! Believe, desire and win! Go Zags!
    Those two combined for 65 points and 25 boards on two bad ankles.

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    Draino. 8 points with huge 3 8 rebounds 2 assists 2 steals 2 blocks and many many hustle plays
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    I gave it to Sabonis but barely. Wiltjer too. I thought that Sabonis carried us in the beginning of the game and was very consisistent. Wiltjer had a bad start (which is unusual) but came on late. I saw some raw emotional from him finally, and I loved it....and of course we get that passion from Sabonis most of the game, but he was in his great form late in the game. Beautiful. Those two guys really were fun to watch tonight.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Sabonis - what a warrior!

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