View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - Southern Miss - 11. 27. 19 ??

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  • Kispert

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  • Petrusev

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  • Timme

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  • Ayayi

    37 39.36%
  • Gilder

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Thread: GUnit of the Game: Southern Miss - 11. 27. 19

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    Default GUnit of the Game: Southern Miss - 11. 27. 19

    STATS: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=282464

    Down two key players ( Watson, Tillie ) the Zags relied on Kispert, Ayayi, Petrusev, and Timme for an overwhelming victory vs. Southern Miss, 94 - 69
    Tomorrow they face the Oregon - Seton Hall winner at 1:00pm PST

    Which Bad Boy Zag did the most to mow down the Golden Eagles ?

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    Corey all the way. Hopefully he can repeat this awesomeness vs Oregon (if we play them).
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    If Corey had not broken out of his slump with his great performance tonight, I would have given it to Joel. How important to this team is he proving to be? As it was, Corey!

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    Without a healthy Tillie, Corey needs to play like this regularly, so he gets it, even though Joel had a spectacular game.
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    Matthew Lang! Dagger 3! Zags cover -24.5! Thank you good sir.

    Oh, besides him.. Kispert!

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    Ayayi! Double-double, great defense. Terrific game for Kispert.

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    Ayayi: 12 boards - 21 pts - 6 assists.

    Great game by Kispert as well shooting treys.
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    Where was Gilder in the second half? He didn’t play at all

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    Debated between Kispert and Ayayi, Both had great games. Wishing I could vote twice, finally decided on Kispert.
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    I've now seen enough of Ayayi to project that I think he is the best NBA prospect on the team this year. Laugh all you want Jazz but he has that confidence in his game that Clarke had at the same time last year.

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    Timme set the foundation, petrusev was unstoppable, Joel and Cory carries the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SageOfZagville View Post
    Where was Gilder in the second half? He didn’t play at all
    Only saw first 30 seconds of 2nd half, went out limping badly, dragging leg with trainer into lockerroom

    No mention by announcers

    Convinced the weird court had something to do with these injuries

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    Had to go with Ayayi. While CK had a special nite and deserving of it all, I loved Joel's game. 21-12-6, including 3 of 3 from deep; what a game, while at the same time controlling the flow off the offense and great rebounding.

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    Love this team!

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    Kispert, Ayayi close 2nd.
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    - of course it comes down to kispert and ayayi, cant lose with either choice.

    - went with ayayi given his total stat line, rebounds 12, assists 6, and 3 for 3 from 3. wow, wow and wow again.

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    Kispert & Ayayi for sure. After tonight Corey is back over %40 behind the arc. The kid is solid, not sure why he has doubters. Going into tonight he was at %31 behind the arc, not really a nightmare just a little off.

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    I went with Lang. He also tied a career high today!


    Well, not really. I went with Kispert. Much of what he did made Ayayi available.
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    I'm goin with the trainers if they can get 4 starters back for tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocco View Post
    Debated between Kispert and Ayayi, Both had great games. Wishing I could vote twice, finally decided on Kispert.
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    Just got back from the games....watching Ayayi in person was awesome....he is such a ball hawk on rebounds. He has an instinct and quickness that is fun to watch live. Pretty excited with Kispert's game as well. Almost too close to call between the two so I came up with this equation: JA-1=CK
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    Ayayi!! Kispert is easy choice if you’re only evaluating one aspect (offense)... Joel did it on both ends. Really happy to see him progress.

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    I went with CK.

    Guess we'll see what our bench depth is like vs. the Ducks. Can't recall GU having an injury bug like this. . .

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    Joel who battled under both baskets for 32 minutes.

    Kispert’ s shooting was impressive.
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    I went with Joel, though it was close to decide compared to Cory.
    Cory 2 rebounds, Joel 12. Why is that - does the team plan expect Kispert to be the first to race to the other end when a shot goes up, to prevent a fast break?
    Joel is much more reliable across the board than Cory, even tonight when Cory was amazingly hot from the 3, Joel had 21 points compared to Kispert's 28.
    To continue the reliability feature, Joel 7 assists, Cory zero,
    had to go with Ayayi

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