View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - Texas Southern ??

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  • Gilder, Jr.

    0 0%
  • Petrusev

    2 2.38%
  • Woolridge

    0 0%
  • Tillie

    1 1.19%
  • Kispert

    8 9.52%
  • Timme

    3 3.57%
  • Ayayi

    70 83.33%
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Thread: GUnit of the Game - Texas Southern - 12. 04. 19

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    Default GUnit of the Game - Texas Southern - 12. 04. 19

    STATS LINK: https://gozags.com/sidearmstats/mbball/media

    Zags took care of business against another SWAC cupcake, 101 - 62, improving their record to 9 - 1, extending their home court winning streak to 28.

    Tonight's Player of the Game was. . .?
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    The obvious nitpicking nits to pick:

    56% free throw shooting (could we hope for a couple games above 70% this year? If not, we're gonna lose some close ones on missed FTs)

    And Gilder looking not fully healthy or explosive, going 1-6 from 3 with all his misses being short.

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    Joel's first start of many to come....

    With a double double he's my GUnit today

    Brings that athletic edge and fluidity to the game.

    It's a pleasure to watch him develop as a Zag.

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    Joel for the win! 7 players in double figures.
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    Ayayi. Great stat line, double-double, hustle that sparked the team. Zags had a super team effort: 9 scored, 7 in double figures, recovered offensive rhythm. Defense and boards improved after a slow start. Poor three throw shooting continued, and will cost them a game eventually. No excuse; just does not seem important to several players.

    Continued recovery from injuries will be vital over next three games. Win three, they’re back; two wins okay; one or zero, the ride will be rough and NCAA seeding uncertain. Still a work in progress. When do they get to full strength? Where is Ballo? Hang on.

    Go Zags!
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    - joel is the runaway pick.

    - kudos for few in starting him.........maybe gilder had a knee thing, but I like the start.

    - nit picks......gilder's shot needs to return, and petrusev is weighing the f.t. percentage down more than anyone, and last year he shot very well.

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    TravelinZag: "When do they get to full strength? Where is Ballo? "

    Wow traveling, you been in the antartic?? Ballo is an academic red shirt. He can bang on Timme and Petrusev in practice but you won't see him till next year.

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    I voted for Kispert. I liked how he played tonight, scoring in other ways than by making 3's. I agree that Ayayi played really well too.

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    Joel.
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    Ayayi stuffed the stat sheet. Kudos also to Kispert for a solid all-around game. Timme also had a productive game in terms of pts, rebs, and assists. 7 guys in double figures is a good thing!!
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    Loved the fast pace transition game. Still see bad defensive lapses and while Wooly had a decent game he plays out of control too often. Love his needed high energy though. Joel is reliable and solid, Kispert hot and cold, Petro with nice moves, Gilder more involved, Tillie great as usual, Timme a fighter. All good but not sure of our readiness for the gauntlet coming up. IF shots are dropping and FT’s improve it will help.
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