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    Here comes the cavalry...!
    Your children have been placed in the custody of...Carl's Jr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballbeachbum View Post
    Few and co. seem to me ready to counter, with Petro moving outside the low block, getting him in pick and roll and hi lo action
    Say it every year, but appreciate your observations.

    I just wouldn't notice, or learn as much BB w/o it.

    I just "watch" and have no idea except shots going in or out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Petro playing so $%&* hard tonight. I nominate that the board never again mentions his pout/walk off last game.
    I'll second that...with a small caveat. Martynas was wide, wide open under the hoop in the first half and Filip didn't get him the ball. May be fodder in the film room.

    Filip is a beast tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Petro playing so $%&* hard tonight. I nominate that the board never again mentions his pout/walk off last game.
    I just said that as well. He is busting his a@@ tonight. Ayayi with a decent stretch, Gilder with a big 3, Woolridge still MIA.

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    This tells me he was disappointed in himself for doing that. Good for him!

    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Petro playing so $%&* hard tonight. I nominate that the board never again mentions his pout/walk off last game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballbeachbum View Post
    spurtability, off the D
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    Ayayi quiet first half then... in the space of 1 minute

    -Beautiful assist on Kispert's 3
    -steal and lay-up
    -Defensive rebound then 3 of his own from long range..

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    Zags need to crush the Waves ....push that lead to 30. Filip is working his a** off.

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    Good show from the Pepperdine fans...must be the first game most of them have attended this year.

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    Romar has doubled the dribbler on the pick and roll, caused some troubles imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballbeachbum View Post
    Romar has doubled the dribbler on the pick and roll, caused some troubles imo
    Probably suggested by Ken Bone.

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    Close to being in the bonus...MAKE FTs down the stretch
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    Nice back cut by Joel
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    How did Ryan make that shot? Wow!

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    Wooly is the best we've ever had coast to coast.

    Meech (who gets a ton of grief) could move the ball up fast, too.

    But not like Wooly
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    Nice to see Ayayi show up. He is making a difference in the second half
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    I have to give it to Ayayi - really stepping it up offensively in this half. Also, couldn't remember a game when Woolridge gave up the ball so much before reaching half court. Am used to him going coast to coast (like he finally did on that last play)...

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    2 in double digits, 2 with 9.

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    Where was the help for Admon?

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    Nice "This is our house" chant by Gonzaga fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Where was the help for Admon?
    Twice he got stuck guarding bigs after a switch. Two fouls on him as a result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Where was the help for Admon?
    Petrusev started then went back out on perimeter
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    10 pts for Timme
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    Boy, really lousy reffing tonight... both ways. Just missing a lot of stuff.
    “When I get a little money I buy books; and if any is left I buy food and clothes.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    10 pts for Timme
    I'm surprised they didn't tee up Drew for hanging on the rim.

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