View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - Pepperdine - 01. 04. 20

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  • Kispert

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  • Ayayi

    3 3.09%
  • Tillie

    86 88.66%
  • Gilder

    5 5.15%
  • Petrusev

    2 2.06%
  • Timme

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Thread: GUnit of the Game - Pepperdine - 01. 04. 20

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    Default GUnit of the Game - Pepperdine - 01. 04. 20

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    Zags looked sluggish all night. 17 TO's, 5-18 on 3's, and 14 - 21 from the line

    Crowd was lethargic. Pepperdine pushed them to the wall and the Zags managed to escape with a "W," 75 - 70.

    Three wins this week, two in conference, great recruiting commitment yesterday. Good week to be a Zag

    Which player did the most to keep the home court winning streak alive, in your view ?


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    Give it to seemingly the only dude to show up tonight.

    Tillie.

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    Tillie!

    Gilder with his most important performance yet too

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    Tillie, bc he didn't let cold shooting impact that he looked like he wanted the ball and had effort on "O" and last possession on "D.

    But this was a team wake up call. I hope.
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    Me too!

    Quote Originally Posted by StatZag19 View Post
    Give it to seemingly the only dude to show up tonight.

    Tillie.

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    Tillie was clutch in so many ways, providing spark on both ends of the court in a game where Zags seemed to sleepwalk.

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    if there was any doubt that block should have settled the question.

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    Gilder coming off the bench.
    He turned the game with 5 quick points.

    11 points
    5 rbs
    4 steals

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    Tillie - Great block at the end.... Winning ugly!

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    Gilder

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    Tillie with a nice game, offense and defense. Nice block on Pepperdine's last shot.

    Shot out to Gilbert with 11 points off the bench and a big 3 and two foul shots in the last minute. He also had 5 rebounds and 4 steals.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    In a lackadaisical GU performance Tillie and Petrusev stood out but TILLIE gets my vote for "the block"
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    Certainly Tillie. But I also saw two great post moves by Time that needs to be noted. Quick and slick. Love how Tillie can take over and not allow the Zags to lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    In a lackadaisical GU performance Tillie and Petrusev stood out but TILLIE gets my vote for "the block"
    But Petrusev’s defense...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10 Piece Bucket View Post
    Certainly Tillie. But I also saw two great post moves by Time that needs to be noted. Quick and slick. Love how Tillie can take over and not allow the Zags to lose.
    Thing was, he continued to miss some bunnies, but still knew he needed the ball in his hands, determination.

    It was his attitude on a deeply concerning night for most Zags that made me go with him
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    Can I vote "None of the Above"..................

    Seriously, where to start. Horrible defense, way too many TO's, continued awful FT's, at least 10 missed bunnies, 5+ missed WIDE open 3's. No intensity at all, just sleepwalking through the game.

    On the plus side, we won!?!?

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    Without Tillie, we're in big trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StatZag19 View Post
    Give it to seemingly the only dude to show up tonight.

    Tillie.
    That's my vote and my reason too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagsObserver View Post
    But Petrusev’s defense...
    He expects to be a lotto pick, yet someone must show and/or tell him Sabonis & Collins played tough, hard nosed defense as this level, and even they were beasted when they first got to League.

    Think how tough Sabonis played, and his first team tried making him a spot up shooter.

    Point is, Petrusev's defense and inability to finish through contact is a work in progress. Forcing shots or facing players his size or larger is also an issue.

    Hes made a ton of strides between his Freshman and Sophomore seasons, yet could use additional time, development, strength, & refined decision making.

    Hes been a bright spot yet he needs another year,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    Without Tillie, we're in big trouble.
    And to think, IF healthy he likely goes pro last yr.

    Killian could be one of the last Zags to play all 4 yrs, Kispert too, yet it's no longer a goal/expectation of these players anymore...most are on the 2 yr and declare plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog View Post
    Without Tillie, we're in big trouble.
    Like 0-2 in WCC play trouble.................

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    Tillie with the GUnit. Shout out to Gilder who was productive at key times despite limited minutes.

    17 team turnovers is disturbing though.

    Thought this is worth a mention: anyone notice how seldom we have anyone in foul trouble this year? (despite all those charging foul calls tonight).

    I thought the officiating crew had a very uneven performance (being charitable here).
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    Tillie

    Honorable mention - Gilder
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    Tillie is the obvious choice -- but i went with Gilder, he was the spark when we needed it.

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    Tillie, if nothing more than for the block.
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