View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - Eastern Washington - 12. 21. 19 ?

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  • Gilder, Jr.

    46 48.94%
  • Petrusev

    42 44.68%
  • Woolridge

    2 2.13%
  • Ayayi

    3 3.19%
  • Kispert

    0 0%
  • Timme

    1 1.06%
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Thread: GUnit of the Game - Eastern Washington - 12. 21. 19 ?

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    Default GUnit of the Game - Eastern Washington - 12. 21. 19 ?

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    Zags clipped the Eagles' wings by a final score of 112 - 77, and advance their record to 13 - 1.

    They've made a case for a spot at the top of the polls; we'll see how that shakes out on Monday morning.

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    have to go gilder on this one. Very nice game he played today.
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    What a game!!! Honestly we did exactly what we needed to and flat dominated. Gilder is my GUnit, but it could go easily to Filip as well he had a great game as well. Eastern will most likely win the Big Sky they are not a bad team and we made them look well below average. Good team win!

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    Petro gets my nod with an HM to Admon.
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    Gilder and Woolridge had great games but Petrusev was quietly efficient and he got my vote.
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    Wooly was 5-17, btw. Joel 5-13.

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    Filip is doing so much, I'm surpised he s this good. Every game he does well and is consistent. His points were good but his rebounding is very good with room for improvement. Adner finally broke through. Good to see. Filip got my vote.

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    Voted for Pet, but my personal G-unit is the coaching staff for keeping the team focused. So many distractions this time of year, but it didn't affect our game one bit.

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    - in live time, I just broke the Pet-Gilder vote, went with Pet.
    - both had good games, just think Pet sent a physical message along with his points and rebounds.

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    Went with Petrusev today, outstanding performance. I like that Filip is getting to the charity stripe so often in recent games and knocking down a higher percentage of them (71% today). Also is getting stronger with the ball down low ... still has room to improve in this phase, but expect that he will.

    Gilder had a very productive day against EWU, scoring 22 pts in 22 minutes of PT. He's becoming the player I thought he would be. Our guard situation is starting to look very solid.
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    Gilder for the win.
    My posts indicate that I don't seem to follow college basketball all that closely.

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    Gilder

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    Gilder. Admon played extremely well offensively and had a great number of great plays defensively.

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    In a game with a lot of contributions and no need for clutch/game-winning performances, I had to go with Petrusev and his 3 steals and the 360 degree escape-dribble spin-move in open court.

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    Gilder came off the bench and killed it. Got my vote.

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    Petrilder!

    64 points by halftime. I expected EWU to be better on D.
    Both Filip & Admond played well. I voted for Gilder as he’s really playing smart ball. Petrusev’s becoming Mr. Dependable. Zags are becoming daunting.

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    I picked Petrusev because I enjoyed watching his play so much. He does so much and is fun to watch.
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    Gilder

    I really like seeing players draining threes. Gilder has found his shooting touch finally. He has really made this team even stronger. It's hard for me to imagine a player coming in off the bench and scoring 22 points. Wow!!! Just amazing.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Gilder coming off the bench with 22 gets my vote...

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