View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - Santa Clara - 1. 16. 2020 ?

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  • Kispert

    3 3.95%
  • Petrusev

    3 3.95%
  • Ayayi

    29 38.16%
  • Gilder, Jr.

    33 43.42%
  • Timme

    7 9.21%
  • Tillie

    0 0%
  • Woolridge

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  • Other. . .(and why)

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Thread: GUnit of the Game - Santa Clara - 1. 16. 2020

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    Default GUnit of the Game - Santa Clara - 1. 16. 2020

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

    Zags now tied with Pepperdine for the longest regular season win streak (32) in WCC history. Congratulations !

    Noteworthy Free Throw Performances: Kispert 5-5; Gilder, Jr. 8-8; Petrusev 6-8. Team was 28 - 32 (87%) from the charity stripe tonight.

    The Broncos didn't live up to their W-L record and the Zags pounded them with the final score: 104 -54

    Who was the standout Gonzaga performer in your view ?


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    Ayayi of course

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    Gilder did it for me tonight.

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    Admon Gilder of course.

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    Gary Bell Jr., or whoever on the coaching staff who coached the FT's this week.............28/32, 87.5%.

    That is now the bar. Anything below 85% as a team is now unacceptable. Actually, 75% as a team is really good, 87.5% is off the charts.

    Go ZAGS

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    Went with Kispert tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagNative View Post
    Gilder did it for me tonight.
    Same.

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    Gilder, scored 18 on 6 shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdmiller7 View Post
    Gilder, scored 18 on 6 shots.
    Also 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals and no turnovers...

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    I voted other, for the RockStar energy drink I was drinking. But seriously, this was a team win. We smacked Santa Clara around like the red-headed stepchild that they are. I know they are a good team. But they are no match for the mighty Zags.
    WE HAVE A GOAL -- WE HAVE A MISSION -- SPOKANE, STAPLES, ATLANTA

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    Haven't voted yet but want to give Drew Timme a shout out for back-to-back double-doubles

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    Gary Bell Jr., or whoever on the coaching staff who coached the FT's this week.............28/32, 87.5%.
    I just realized this, that is huge. If we can keep this up, I have no fear from Stanford or SDSU; two teams who we will possibly face in the Dance come March Madness time.
    WE HAVE A GOAL -- WE HAVE A MISSION -- SPOKANE, STAPLES, ATLANTA

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    I voted for Gilder. Loved his steals and 3 point shooting. AND I can't forget his foul shooting 8-8.

    Go Zags!!!
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    I went with Gilder while Ayayi and Timme were runners up with excellent performances of their own.
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    Gilder. Full stat line, perfect from the line and field, great D with zero fouls and zero turnovers — a nearly perfect game! Lots of other standout performers, including Timme’s double-double while closing in on averaging double figure scoring, and Ayayi’s perpetual spark.

    Now, keep the magic, swamp BYU, and hush the doubters!

    Super team win.

    Go Zags!!! Refuse to lose!!!

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    Timme, the only player for a double double tonight

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    Definitely Gilder was the man tonight. Not that others that have been mentioned did well, but we are now seeing what
    a healthy Admon Gilder can bring. Eighteen very efficient points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists, no TO's and perfect
    from the line. He has the quickness and strength to get to the rim and score against any team. Santa Clara did have
    some size and muscle down low and he still did a great job of penetrating.

    With Watson down, I think Gilder will be the key for a deep run in March. His defense was fantastic last night and he
    is stroking those 3's now. I know that there are other Zags that can create on the dribble and get to the rim, but
    Gilder gave us a glimpse of how good he can be doing that. Not only does he have good height at the guard spot but
    he has some serious muscle. This guy is built.

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    Timme, that's 3 GUnits in a row from me
    his D is making an impact and kind of changed the game last night early on and then in the 2nd half for sure, even in the blowout

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    Gilder ... I liked this guy from day #1, but lately he has really stepped it up. Gotta compliment Drew Timme also on his double-double; Timme has a lot of game and smarts for a freshman.
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