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Thread: GAME THREAD: Loyola-Marymount @ZAGS - 1/17/19

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Perkins with a no-look turnover. . .
    haha
    LMU quick as s__t out there, quick hands, anticipation
    I see why they have found some success this year

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    Yes! Won 2 of my bets!

    LMU Under 28 at the half and Gonzaga -13.5 at the half!

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    I am not sure if it is "great" defense on our part, pretty good, though. And to limit them to 22 in a half is awfully good, lots of TOs by our D

    Daniels just so straight up dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raise the zag View Post
    Tillie's feel is off the charts. On both sides.

    Yes he gets reach in fouls but almost always in right position, pass, play, etc.
    his best half back from injury yet. his D is not off the charts tho, have to disagree, though in some matchups he dominates. he's good and improving definitely and look forward to seeing him in the tough matchups coming through

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballbeachbum View Post
    Zags shifting into a gear LMU doesn't appear to have

    CK with a block on the perimeter
    LMU will break down in the second half. They're playing hard, but they don't have the Zags' depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    LMU will break down in the second half. They're playing hard, but they don't have the Zags' depth.
    I think you're right man. we'll see

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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    I am not sure if it is "great" defense on our part, pretty good, though. And to limit them to 22 in a half is awfully good, lots of TOs by our D

    Daniels just so straight up dude.
    Yep, a few blown assignments, but the Zags are really focused and playing hard on defense. I have no doubt that the Zags are the best defensive team in the WCC. Our conference foes are going to have trouble scoring on us.

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    Wow, neither team got into the bonus this half. Not sure I've seen that before.
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    Looks to me if Kispert spends more time driving hard and at the line, less time at the 3, he'll be a huge asset offensively.

    And playing well on one end almost always makes one better on the other.
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    I love how Josh is always chasing around the curl screens to Top of perimeter. His hustle is great yet could minimize chasing with a bit more anticipation

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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    Looks to me if Kispert spends more time driving hard and at the line, less time at the 3, he'll be a huge asset offensively.

    And playing well on one end almost always makes one better on the other.
    He is a team leader in 3 point shooting percentage which then creates drive options
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    Certain posters must hate that Kispert is looking so good tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kong-Kool-Aid View Post
    Certain posters must hate that Kispert is looking so good tonight.
    LOL

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    Kind of careless with the ball tonight...

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    Snax with the dime. . .


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    Zags come out 2nd half with Zach running the point on multiple possessions

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    Great ally-oops.

    Hard foul on Tillie... if he got that dunk the roof would have blown off the place.

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    44-24 with 17 to go against not a terrible team. Take that every night.
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    Few with quick hook on rui being lazy
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    Dunlap has to be thrilled they made it to the first TV timeout in the second half. I thought he should have called one around the 17:30 mark.


    They don't have the horses to slow the Zags down. Tillie & Crandall add killer depth to the rotation.

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    Shout out to the WCC...even down 20 I like how hard this LMU teams plays, and thinking about how USF hung with us as long as they did. Few's critique taken seriously? Lot of teams raising their game
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    Put in Petrusev.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtzaga View Post
    Put in Petrusev.
    And there we go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gueastcoast View Post
    Shout out to the WCC...even down 20 I like how hard this LMU teams plays, and thinking about how USF hung with us as long as they did. Few's critique taken seriously? Lot of teams raising their game
    Noticed, too. Can't tell the score from intensity of play.

    Clarke might be our best shot blocker ever.

    Even Heister is better tonight, easier with two man team.
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