View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - Washington - 12. 08. 19 ??

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  • Kispert

    1 0.68%
  • Petrusev

    14 9.59%
  • Woolridge

    32 21.92%
  • Tillie

    82 56.16%
  • Ayayi

    12 8.22%
  • Other ( and why. . .)

    5 3.42%
  • Gilder

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Thread: GUnit of the Game - @ Washington Huskies 12. 08. 19

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    Default GUnit of the Game - @ Washington Huskies 12. 08. 19

    STATS: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=279871

    Happy happy, joy joy.

    Great win in enemy territory. Might be a tough call to decide the Player of the Game. . .

    Who gets your ballot tonight, Zag Nation ?


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    Woolridge!

    Great D, made his shots.. got others involved.

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    Tillie Tillie
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    My G-unit of the game is Roxy Bernstein, for having to put up with blathering Bill for 40 solid minutes.
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    I voted other for ALL.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Filip really worked his ass off~ On to Arizona~

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    Quote Originally Posted by SorenTodd45 View Post
    My G-unit of the game is Roxy Bernstein, for having to put up with blathering Bill for 40 solid minutes.
    I like Bill Walton. I don't care what you guys say.

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    Only 11 turnovers and 79% from the line.

    Great performance for a team against a tough D.

    True team effort. Talent vs athleticism.

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    Tillie but props to Petro, Kispert, Ayayi and Woolridge. Great balance tonight.
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    Five players in double figures scoring, PetrieSev with a double-double, Woolridge shooting 8 for11, lots of good things tonight but I thought Tillie with 16 pts, 5 rbs, 6 assists, 4 steals seemed to come up with a basket, a steal, a rebound an assists every time the Zags needed a big play to stop the Huskies momentum and keep the Zags in the lead.
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    Tillie with HM to Joel & Ryan

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    Tough, tough call. But I give the edge to Woolridge for timely drives, steals and running the team. Really glad he and TILLIE changed spots on the inbound towards the end of the game

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    Woolridge was the anchor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zagamatic View Post
    Tough, tough call. But I give the edge to Woolridge for timely drives, steals and running the team. Really glad he and TILLIE changed spots on the inbound towards the end of the game
    Thank Few for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadonnaBinLaden View Post
    I like Bill Walton. I don't care what you guys say.
    ....exactly how many of those beers have YOU been drinking? Too many, you may have a problem!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadonnaBinLaden View Post
    I like Bill Walton. I don't care what you guys say.
    I’ve admired Bill Walton since forever. Madonna yeah .. I’m with you.
    I don’t care what you guys say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadonnaBinLaden View Post
    I like Bill Walton. I don't care what you guys say.
    I think he does improve with alcohol.
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    Killian brought the experience and calmness when needed, he was the key to attacking the bulldog zone...6 assists.

    I also thought that Woolridge played his best game as a Zag and he was robbed on that last turnover.

    The Zags out rebounded and out defenced (if there is such a word) a very athletic team!

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    Solid game by manning, but went with Tillie. Great influence on the others, made great passes from the top. But how 'bout that Walton character; what a Champion

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    Woolridge had 5 turnovers, so i went with the clutch 3 from Ayayi.
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    Many players contributed to this win and hard to go with just one so I went with "other" ...very encouraged with everything the team did including FT shooting (11-14) ..my only worry is our 3-point shooting (6-21, 28.6%) ...but when it really counted Tillie and Ayayi hit some big three's to seal the deal!!!
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    Ryan Woolridge looked really good out there today so game ball goes to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I think he does improve with alcohol.
    I dont think he stops talking long enough for him to drink alcohol!

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    Petrusev, but great game by the starters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I think he does improve with alcohol.
    And legal recreational substances.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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