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    Default Geno Crandall #10 in top 10 plays of season by ESPN

    ESPN game day show just gave us the top 10 plays of the season and Geno Crandall play vs BYU got #10 of the season. Good for Geno

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    Which play? The behind the back pass to Jeremy?

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    I’m assuming the cross over where who’s it fell down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cscz28 View Post
    I’m assuming the cross over where who’s it fell down.
    Nick Emery

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    Didn't see the list, but Clarke's block on Pons in the Tennessee game was pretty spectacular, IMO.
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    Yeah it was the cross over with the finish at rim by Crandall. Yes I do agree Clark’s block shot vs Tennessee was unreal.

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    Good for Geno!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdaleb View Post
    Which play? The behind the back pass to Jeremy?


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    I definitely enjoyed the play, but I’m not sure it’s even a top 10 for GU this season.

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    Emery pretty clearly got tripped up by his own teammate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzagabasketball View Post
    I definitely enjoyed the play, but I’m not sure it’s even a top 10 for GU this season.
    I agree with you, I think for me off the top of my head my fave play was norvelles absurd reverse layin vs duke in Maui, I think he even finished with his off hand. Clarke’s block vs Tennessee was up there near the top of list and Clarke’s dunk on putback vs FSU also. But shoot geno got the love from ESPN on the biggest night of the season for college hoops so much respect to him

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    You mean to tell me it wasn't 10 Zion plays?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaZagFan View Post
    You mean to tell me it wasn't 10 Zion plays?!?
    haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzagabasketball View Post
    I definitely enjoyed the play, but I’m not sure it’s even a top 10 for GU this season.
    Agree with this. Perkin's scoop off the floor pass behind him to Rui I think? That was amazing..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaZagFan View Post
    You mean to tell me it wasn't 10 Zion plays?!?
    Zion had the top 9 plays.

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    The most incredible play I saw all season was BC's putback dunk vs FSU. Might be one of the most incredible things I've seen in college basketball, period. He jumped two-footed from outside of the restricted area, contorted his body around a sizeable FSU player and threw down the putback with his body spinning around. The amount of force necessary to generate that type of movement along so many different planes is incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alum08 View Post
    The most incredible play I saw all season was BC's putback dunk vs FSU. Might be one of the most incredible things I've seen in college basketball, period. He jumped two-footed from outside of the restricted area, contorted his body around a sizeable FSU player and threw down the putback with his body spinning around. The amount of force necessary to generate that type of movement along so many different planes is incredible.
    Well said! It was unreal

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    Just watching the GU be Duke game on DVR. Maybe best sequence of the season was early in game Zion driving to his right and Clarke swatting his attempt ferociously against backboard and then sprinting down court as Norvell missed a contested layin and Clarke caught it in air off the rim and rammed it home. So great

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