View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: LMU @ GU - 02. 06. 2020 ?

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  • Kispert

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  • Petrusev

    4 4.60%
  • Woolridge

    4 4.60%
  • Timme

    57 65.52%
  • Ayayi

    0 0%
  • Gilder, Jr.

    21 24.14%
  • Other. . .(and why )

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Thread: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: LMU @ GU - 02. 06. 2020

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game: LMU @ GU - 02. 06. 2020

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

    Zags were only up by 8 at the half. They steadily put the pressure on the Lions and had a 64 - 42 lead with 10 minutes to play. Final Score: 85 - 67

    Five Zags in double figures, led by Petrusev's 21, including 11-15 from the line. Timme and Gilder chipped in 17 each. Wooly with 12, Corey with 11.

    FT Results: 18-25 (72%) 3PFG: 7 - 20 (35%) Zags FG%: 60% 30 - 50

    Who's your BZ Bulldog of tonight's game ?
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    I'd swap in an option for Gilder in place of one of the 2 Ayayi options

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    We have Ayayi twice. I wish we had two of him on this team.

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    I think one of the Ayayi names was meant to be Gilder, whom I want to vote for.

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    Gilder was great, but I think Timme was a little more important and the edge goes to him.

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    Gilder killed it on D, and on O. He gets my vote.

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    I wanted to give it to Woolridge for the half-court laser to Petrusev for the dunk on the fastbreak, but Timme had a better overall game and had the equally fun block off of the backboard.

    Timme also had the great postgame interview with mention of a halftime Coach Few ass-chewing.

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    The eye test says TIMME and the stats confirm it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exclusivelee View Post
    I'd swap in an option for Gilder in place of one of the 2 Ayayi options
    Quote Originally Posted by ZagaZags View Post
    We have Ayayi twice. I wish we had two of him on this team.
    Quote Originally Posted by rawkmandale View Post
    I think one of the Ayayi names was meant to be Gilder, whom I want to vote for.
    Corrected. . .

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    Timme. Full stat line, good D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPtheBeasta View Post
    Timme also had the great postgame interview with mention of a halftime Coach Few ass-chewing.
    That was hilarious. Can't wait to see a replay of it.

    “Coach really lit into our ass”

    I voted for Timme, but Gilder was also very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    The eye test says TIMME and the stats confirm it.
    Drew is now 2 points shy of averaging 10 points a game. That would make 7 Zags averaging double digits, stupendous.

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    Woolridge continues his consistent high-level play.

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    I agree withTimme, but Gilder is a close second. Atthebeginning of the year I thought this would be a building year for next year. Gilder and Woolridge have made this team a contender this year. Our bigs of Timme, Petrusev and Tillie will put most teams down and then Gilder, Woolridge and Ayayi can play with almost all guards. Next year we will have the offense, but idonot think our guards will be as good as this year. Young and need time to grow

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    I went with Timme also. Playing tough and giving 110%. I love his work ethic.

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    Timme.

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    Timme was in beast mode tonight but very happy with Ryan and Admon too.

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    Timme, back door all day!
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    I vote for Gilder's headband! Did him wonders, apparently. Brings back memories of Erroll Knight.

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    FP was 11-15 from the line, including 9 in a row!!
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    Timme. He and Pretol had similar stat lines, but Drew did most of his work in the paint and added THREE steals. I could have gone with FP, but really felt like Timme was solid as a rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UberZagFan View Post
    Timme, back door all day!
    I see what you did there.

    Timme gets mine. Gilder a close second. It’s fitting that the play of the game was Timme’s authoritative block of the backboard leading to Gilder’s breakaway dunk in traffic.
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    Drew Timme all the way. Even though he is only a freshman, he is now playing like a man amongst boys. Must be the beard.

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    Timme. Maybe not vertically athletic, but displayed some shockingly quick moves last night. 8 rebounds, 3 steals and a block. ONE foul in 35 minutes. Dangerous off the bounce in traffic and willing to do the dirty work.

    Hope he gets his 12 on Saturday.

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    21 points on only 6 shots. Petrusev

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