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    Default GUnit of the Game - NCAA Rd 2 - Baylor - 3. 23. 19 ??

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    Zags outrebounded the Bears 39 - 27, held a 54% to 41% advantage from the field, and had 19 assists vs 11 TOs. They were shaky at the FT line (14-21 ) and KC's technical was kind of lame; reminded me of the kind of rah-rah BS Samhan and Dellavedova used to pull. . .

    I have to give an POG honorable mention to Corey Kispert, but is there really any point to taking a vote tonight ?

    In any event, the Zags survive, advance, and have some time to find room for improvement as they prep for Florida State.

    Who is tonight's player of the game ??
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    Good thing we had one guy having the best Zag game ever.

    We're going to need more than one next game.

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    Wow. Clarke is one of three players with at least 35 points and 5 blocks...Shaq and the The Admiral. Wow!

    And setting a new GU Tourney scoring record. Amazing.
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    Clarke obviously but Kispert had an outstanding night. Multiple tipped 50-50 balls that we got. Hitting big threes plus he had a lot of rebounds.

    Few just said Kispert player of the game!

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    Few votes Kispert.

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    You’re correct, there really is no point in taking a poll tonight. The only other name you could have put in the poll would be Kispert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    Few would've voted other. He said to Lisa Byington, "Clarke was great, but Corey was our player of the game tonight". He said it twice in 30 seconds. Few is wrong.
    He can always check in and vote "other". . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    Few would've voted other. He said to Lisa Byington, "Clarke was great, but Corey was our player of the game tonight". He said it twice in 30 seconds. Few is wrong.
    Agree. Brandon did Brandon, and exceptionally well. But Kispert stepped up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    Few would've voted other. He said to Lisa Byington, "Clarke was great, but Corey was our player of the game tonight". He said it twice in 30 seconds. Few is wrong.
    nah. he just means something different than you.

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    Regardless of what happens here on out, that was special to watch. What a performance by Brandon. Corey was crucial to the win, but Clarke’s performance is historic.
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    It's been a long, long time since we had a single player really go OFF. Brandon all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    I have to give an honorable mention to Corey Kispert, but is there really any point to taking a vote tonight ?
    No.

    Headline:

    Clarke defeats Baylor

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    Kispert played one of his best games as a Zag, but so did Clarke! Just a monstrous performance today.

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    Clarke has officially reached legendary Zag status.

    I sincerely believe he is the best player in the team.
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    Clarke for an historic night!!!!!! Kispert deserves some mention too.
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    Kispert deserves recognition also. He played super.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag67 View Post
    Kispert deserves recognition also. He played super.
    I suspect Corey is perfectly happy playing second fiddle to Clarke when he has a performance like that.

    2 pt by Tillie, 6 by Rui and we still win by double digits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ777 View Post
    Few votes Kispert.
    Obviously BC, but might have been CK's best game of the year in the most important game of the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zag67 View Post
    Kispert deserves recognition also. He played super.
    He was phenomenal. Clarke was amazing. Thank God they both showed up tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I suspect Corey is perfectly happy playing second fiddle to Clarke when he has a performance like that.

    2 pt by Tillie, 6 by Rui and we still win by double digits.
    Other than a couple real head scratchers, Josh was a calming presence throughout the game. And a lot of those Clark points came off good feeds in.

    Not saying he was at BC or Corey level, but he played 3rd best game of all the guys.
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    Thank you Brandon Clarke.
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    Few's rotations tonight were masterful. I'm 100% convinced now that he wasn't actively trying to win the St. Mary's game. I think he viewed the potential loss as being good for the team and the conference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickMick View Post
    Clarke has officially reached legendary Zag status.

    I sincerely believe he is the best player in the team.
    He’s been the best player on our team for quite some time now. Rui just has a better following. Only reason Clarke has been “flying under the radar” nationally
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    I'll give Kispert his due, he had a great game. But WOW, just WOOOOWWWW! Clarke was phenomenal. Any time that a 6'8" - 6'9" guy can join the company of THE ADMIRAL & SHAQ......just WOW!

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    LOVE the vote choice!



    Kudos to Kispert!

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