View Poll Results: Gunit of the Game: Portland - 1. 02. 20

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  • Kispert

    4 5.26%
  • Petrusev

    0 0%
  • Woolridge

    7 9.21%
  • Tillie

    64 84.21%
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Thread: GUnit of the Game: @ Portland - 1. 02. 2020

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    Default GUnit of the Game: @ Portland - 1. 02. 2020

    Down by seven at the half. . .continuing free-throw line woes. . .yet they open the WCC schedule with a win, extending their road winning streak, and defeated a wily and game Portland Pilots squad, by a final score of 85 - 72.

    There are no easy road wins in the WCC, especially when "Zags" are stitched on the front of the visitor's jerseys.

    BOX SCORE: https://gozags.com/sports/mens-baske.../boxscore/7196

    Who is the first player of the game of the new year, fans ?

    ( Sorry for the delay getting the poll up. . .stuff happens )
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    TILLIE! As Killian goes, so go the Zags.

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    Yup. No question. Tillie!

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    Tillie was the calm to the storm.

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    Tillie!! He's baaaaack!!!
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    Without a doubt at all, Tillie. Came out the 2nd half and played the way we need him to play. He gave it his all both on offense and defense. He did play great D.
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    Tillie. Lead by example. Made some terrific plays on both sides of the court.

    Turned around the team himself, along with more controlled tempo/pacing in 2nd half.

    He was still in game with 90 seconds remaining, up 20, and looked like he tweaked his leg/ankle before being pulled. Hope ok. Should have been pulled 2 mins prior.

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    Woolridge. Took only 7 shots and netted 15 points, in addition to solid “d.”

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    According to the stats, Woolridge played 40 minutes. I thought he sat a little bit at one point, but man, you can't rely on anybody to log those kind of minutes every game. That is a bit disturbing.

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    Tillie for sure tonight..............

    Team was great on TO's, awful on FT's tonight. Worst half of the year, rebounded, both literally and figuratively, in the second half.

    Misses from the charity stripe are going to come back and haunt us in March/April. Got to get the team average up to 70%+, guards average up to 80%+.

    Reckless plays on defense from the Pilots in the second half, lucky no injuries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spike_jr View Post
    According to the stats, Woolridge played 40 minutes. I thought he sat a little bit at one point, but man, you can't rely on anybody to log those kind of minutes every game. That is a bit disturbing.
    Maybe even give him a breather when up 20 and a min or two left, but nope

    Gotta be up 35+ for us to put bench in it seems

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    Remember the Wildcats!

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    All the starters had respectable games esp Wooly and Tills. I voted for Tillie!
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    Tillie - Tillie with an HM to Woolridge !

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    Woolridge been a revelation

    Might be my GUnit for the year so far, yet Killian lead the rally cry in 2nd half.

    The team followed Tillie into battle

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    Tillie by a hair over Woolridge.
    Both were great.

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    Tillie. He was just in a different class that 2nd half!
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    Tillie.

    2 for 2 free throws!
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    Killian all the way on this one.
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    I went with Woolridge. Tillie obviously had a tremendous game, but I have become partial to Ryan.

    Shout out also to Joel. Again, he did a little of everything; scoring, assists, rebounds. He just routinely does this and it all seems to be below everyone's radar. His consistency is amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagsObserver View Post
    Woolridge. Took only 7 shots and netted 15 points, in addition to solid “d.”
    Woolridge for me too, tho' Killian had an excellent game. Woolridge pulled down 7 boards as well which surprised me when I scanned the box score. I do question why he played all 40 minutes though, as have several other posters. Hopefully the Pepperdine game will allow him to log something like 30 mins or less.
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