View Poll Results: Arkansas - Pine Bluff GUnit of the Game is ??

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  • Watson

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  • Woolridge

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Thread: GUnit of the Game - Arkansas - Pine Bluff - 11. 09. 19

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    Default GUnit of the Game - Arkansas - Pine Bluff - 11. 09. 19

    STATS: https://gozags.com/sidearmstats/mbba...dual;team=home

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    They had no answer for Petrusev, but I went with Ayayi. Through two games, he has come off the bench to log twenty rebounds and twelve assists against just one turnover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    They had no answer for Petrusev, but I went with Ayayi. Through two games, he has come off the bench to log twenty rebounds and twelve assists against just one turnover.
    Ayayi with 22 minutes had 4 pts, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, and zero turnovers. He was really impressive tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basketballzag View Post
    Ayayi with 22 minutes had 4 pts, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, and zero turnovers. He was really impressive tonight.
    I believe he has 13 rebounds. That is crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by basketballzag View Post
    Ayayi with 22 minutes had 4 pts, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, and zero turnovers. He was really impressive tonight.
    That was his stat line against Alabama State. Tonight was thirteen rebounds, five assists and one turnover. Is he this year’s glue guy?
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    Pet, Pet, Pet, it's time for a Pet Scan. What a game !!
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    Such an even assualt from all sides. They made it look easy. I know it was Ark pine-bluff but they played good not great and won by 50. I'll go with Pet. as my pick but it was total team effort. Joel was impressive, I like like like this team but with Tillie, I Love Love Love this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I believe he has 13 rebounds. That is crazy.
    Such a naturally gifted rebounder too

    Crashes at right time, and takes the the right angle. Nice timing.

    His long arms vacuum in the ball, have a feeling he leads team in rebs numerous times this season.

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    Love them all, yet my favorite players right now are Woolridge & Watson.

    Ayayi a close 3rd.

    Wish woolridge was at full strength, yet even with a gimpy leg, hes been all around terrific presence.

    I'd argue bigger impact than Gilder Jr, who is also playing well as the games progress

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    Voted for Pet but shout out to Joel! What an advancement over last year. Wow! Brock is awesome too. And Timme. And Corey...

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    - petro got my vote, 9 for 10 from the field, tops 13 rebounds by ayayi.

    - goshzagit said it perfectly, ayayi's arms are like a vacuum cleaner. both games it appears that the ball is loose, a scrum is about to break out, and ayayi and the ball pop out headed down the floor on a sprint.

    - hey, a quick rebound with a good percentage from the f.t. line.

    - would like to see gilder come out of the gate stronger, I'm sure it will happen, just 2 games thus far.

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    I went with Ayayi. Balanced contribution. Solid and reliable contribution off the bench. We’re gonna need that going forward

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    Blue collar stat sheet guy, Ayayi got my vote.
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    I thought Timme had a very good game but not on the list. He hustle the entire time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zagbeliever View Post
    Voted for Pet but shout out to Joel! What an advancement over last year. Wow! Brock is awesome too. And Timme. And Corey...
    Brock?
    Are you saying he is a much improved player even though he was not on the floor tonight?

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    Joel "The Vacuum" Ayayi got my vote too.

    Loving all the guards this year. Nine assists from Woolridge with five rebounds and only two turnovers, and he went 4-5 from the field. Wow. Maybe next time I'll check the box score before voting, but Ayayi might have still won with the 13 boards.
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    I voted for Woolridge. Running PG for Few’s system is a lot to learn but he seems to be really comfortable already. Making very nice feeds into the post and knocking down 3’s and scoring in traffic enough to keep the D honest. Great quickness on D too. Woolridge is the highest impact newcomer to date imo.
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    Petrusev. Despite some fine supporting performances, no doubt.

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    I voted for Joel both weeks. I expect starters to have good games. And while I know he played well for France, he has exceeded (my) expectations. He looks like a completely different player this year for GU.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but he appears to be the only true back up guard. It's crucial that he play well.

    Someone mentioned he could be this years glue guy. So far. So good, Joel!

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    Petrusev....I haven't seen a soft touch like that since JP!
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    Uber voted. You may now close the poll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gozagswoohoo View Post
    Petrusev....I haven't seen a soft touch like that since JP!
    Good point woohoo, might be the most deliberate and/or soft touch we have seen since Sabonis or even JP.

    His ability to find the basket off post moves is extraordinary, even by Zag standards.

    He showed off this touch vs Top tier competition last yr too.

    His defense, however, is a major step down compared to last year, or the aforementioned.

    A poor defender at best, his inability to cover the baseline moves or any post position is a work in progress.

    His offense and scoring game for a 6'11" kid is next level good, while his Defense is barely D1 good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goshzagit View Post
    His defense, however, is a major step down compared to last year, or the aforementioned.

    A poor defender at best, his inability to cover the baseline moves or any post position is a work in progress.

    His offense and scoring game for a 6'11" kid is next level good, while his Defense is barely D1 good.
    exactly my thoughts... his offense is amazing, but his defense is disconcerting. As our boy Richard Fox said on the broadcast, he needs to do the work of keeping the other guys out of scoring position early in the possession. Once the catch is made on the block it´s often too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    They had no answer for Petrusev, but I went with Ayayi. Through two games, he has come off the bench to log twenty rebounds and twelve assists against just one turnover.
    Me too
    I think we'll need Ayayi in a few games this season - 'need' as in to win them. He's got an eye for where the ball is going and quick enough to get there before others. Only takes a possession or two in the Zags favor to knock off a challenging foe.
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