View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ Santa Clara - 1. 30. 20

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  • Kispert

    1 1.14%
  • Petrusev

    84 95.45%
  • Woolridge

    1 1.14%
  • Timme

    1 1.14%
  • Ayayi

    0 0%
  • Gilder, Jr.

    0 0%
  • Other. . .(and why )

    1 1.14%
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Thread: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ Santa Clara - 1. 30. 20

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ Santa Clara - 1. 30. 20

    STATS LINK: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=282611

    Zags survive the loss of Tillie to register a hard fought road win over a game Santa Clara squad, 87 - 72

    Petrusev was a beast inside and fished with 31 pts (career high) and 9 boards

    The Zags outrebounded the Broncos 43 - 32 and converted 16 -22 free throws. Zags had 62 points in the paint.

    Wooly with 13 / 5 /6. Ayayi 7 / 8 / 5. Gilder 11 / 6 / 1, Timme 11/5

    Who's tonight's BZ Bulldog of the Game ?
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    Petrusev. No brainer.

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    Went with Petrusev of course, but shout out to Arlauskas for coming in cold off the bench and providing a big spark with some really big plays for the couple minutes he was in there.

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    Petro -- has there ever been a game where one candidate was MORE deserving?
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    Fili for sure, just took over after Killian went down.

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    Petro, he was high octane tonight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpn17 View Post
    Went with Petrusev of course, but shout out to Arlauskas for coming in cold off the bench and providing a big spark with some really big plays for the couple minutes he was in there.
    Exactly. Petrol is the player of the game, but when Marty scored that easy 2, I almost wet myself. Go Marty !

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLOZag View Post
    Petro -- has there ever been a game where one candidate was MORE deserving?
    Yes. (but it's obviously Petrusev today)


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    Petrusev obviously, but let's not overlook the fact that he stayed out of foul trouble which is why he scored a career high tonight.

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    Petrusev clearly, but Ryan had a good night and deserves honorable mention.

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    Petrol for sure, but my heart wanted to go with Timme. (4 offensive rebounds)

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    Petrusev under protest. Most selfish play I have seen from a Zag in about 14 years when he didn’t outlet to Ayayi on the fast break.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rennis View Post
    Petrusev under protest. Most selfish play I have seen from a Zag in about 14 years when he didn’t outlet to Ayayi on the fast break.


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    Thank you. Agree 1000%

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    On a night when we couldn't hit a thing from 3, and Tillie went down, amazing to have one of our best inside games I remember.

    Petro obviously.
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    I went with Petrusev, as he was definitely unstoppable and had his best game ever. However, I also got to give a shout out to Woolridge who played a very good game at the point. He did a lot out there and made big plays.

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    Petrusev gets my vote. Thought the TEAM showed poise in the aftermath of Killian's injury and responded well when the Broncos made their push in the second half.

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