View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - BYU - 01. 18. 2020 ?

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  • Kispert

    26 24.30%
  • Ayayi

    2 1.87%
  • Tillie

    71 66.36%
  • Gilder

    2 1.87%
  • Woolridge

    3 2.80%
  • Timme

    2 1.87%
  • Other. . .(and why )

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Thread: GUnit of the Game - BYU - 01. 18. 2020 ?

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    Default GUnit of the Game - BYU - 01. 18. 2020 ?

    OFFICIAL BOX SCORE: https://gozags.com/documents/2020/1/...NMBB21_Box.pdf

    92 - 69

    Zags now own the longest regular season winning streak in WCC history, at 33 games. They're the first team this season to 20 wins; they've won 20 or more games for 23 consecutive seasons.

    Killian Tillie with a double-double. . .5 Zags in double figures. . .19-25 from the FT line. . .Outrebounded BYU 37 -21. . .56% shooting from the floor.

    Who gets the Blue Ribbon as player of the game on Gonzaga Day 2020 ?


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    Kispert. Taking on the 4 role and really allowing us to extend the lead while playing tough defense and good shot selection all night long

    Woolridge a very close second for shutting down hawes
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    Tillie with 22 and 10.
    Close second for me was Woolridge. 11, 5,6 and great perimeter defense.

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    Tillie was super impressive in that game!

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    Tille... because without him it is a much closer game in the first half
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagNative View Post
    Tillie was super impressive in that game!
    Yes he was. Had to go with him as well. Kispert had a GUnit worthy performance, too.
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    Tillie, he was the difference in this game. HM to Kispert and Woolridge.

    Love the dunk from Gilder, great to see him able to get up for it (considering his previous injury).

    If he and Tilie had been healthy against Michigan the Zags might be 21-0.

    Interesting that Timme was not used as much in the second half and Kispert played the 4....

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    Kispert, his penetration was key


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    I went with Kispert, only bc I expect huge games from Tillie and Kispert did everything right this game, didn't try to do too much, took what they gave him.
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    Tillie.

    He’s a great player, but I look forward to continue watching him play with such joie de vivre. He makes the other guys relax just enough.
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    TILLIE played great tonight.
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    - odd man out, I went with wooly. the layin's he makes are beautiful and extremely difficult, such touch and appreciation of angles. beautiful!
    - I think he is the conductor of this teams engine.
    - he shooting better at the line, might see him above 60%. and he continues to out perform expectations on rebounding.

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    What didn’t Tillie do? He did it all. A wonderful Zag night, against a good and game opponent without its best player, but with a super effort from Hawks, who carried BYU. Provo will not be fun.

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    Tillie did play great and so did Woolridge, but I went with Kispert. Tillie did carry us the first half as he scored 14, but it was Kispert's second half play which help the Zags extend their lead to 25 points. He made 3-3 three's the second half and all 3 were daggers, imo. And yes he was penetrating and also scoring on pull up jumpers. He scored in a variety of ways. I also thought Gilder played a super good game and I loved his dunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZY View Post
    Tillie, he was the difference in this game. HM to Kispert and Woolridge.

    Love the dunk from Gilder, great to see him able to get up for it (considering his previous injury).

    If he and Tilie had been healthy against Michigan the Zags might be 21-0.

    Interesting that Timme was not used as much in the second half and Kispert played the 4....
    Tillie and Kispert were better at keeping the smaller BYU players in front of them. Timme not as nimble defensively, especially when faced with smaller players.
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    Tillie...played great defense, 22 pts, 10 rbs, the best game he has had this season.
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    Tillie set the tone and he played tough. Honorable mention to Kispert. Loved the small lineup in the 2nd half.

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    Voted Tillie but kudos to the whole team! I feel they have really stepped it up the last couple of games.

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    I voted for Corey. His clutch 3's extended the lead and took the wind out of BYU's sails.
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    Tillie. That screen. . .


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    Best I have seen Kispert play. Was very good.
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    Tillie did a little bit of everything. I loved his defense on Haws.
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    Tillie! Just the grin he can get wins it for me

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    I also voted Tillie and thought it was the best job of the year. But in reality this was one that I think should be voted a team honor. Cory and the rest of the guards played great defense and Timme also played a super game.

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    Tillie!!! He is finally realizing his full potential and becoming all I always hoped he would be. So great to watch. The explosiveness of Brandon Clarke last year was truly exciting. Watching Tillie's poise, timing, rhythm, and fluidity this year is just as hypnotic. I can't take my eyes off him when he's on the floor. What a great basketball player. A Zag for the ages.

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