View Poll Results: Who is your BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ Pepperdine ?

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  • Ayayi

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  • Woolridge

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  • Petrusev

    62 64.58%
  • Gilder

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  • Kispert

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Thread: BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ Pepperdine - 2.15.20

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    Default BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ Pepperdine - 2.15.20

    Zags pull away from a determined Pepperdine in the second half.

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    Filip deserves it tonight, he gets my vote.

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    Much says Kispert...but Have to go with Filip (F not PH) for the win.
    It's not funny.

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    Gotta go with Filip, but Corey sure came through in the second half. Good game, fellas. The Waves came to play.

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    Picked other because for some reason Kispert wasnt an option.

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    I had to vote "other," for Corey.

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    I voted “other” for Kispert. Love the way he fills the stat line. And he seemed clutch tonight.

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    Kispert for me. Filip played lights-out, but Kispert showed the leadership and stepped up in the second half to put the game away.

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    Petro for the win Kispert for HM
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    Filip. We needed his 20 in the first half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagNative View Post
    I had to vote "other," for Corey.
    Add him. I’ll add your vote for him.
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    Filip - he was a beast in that first half. But it was great to see Kispert and Ayayi pick it up in the 2nd half.

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    Fillip kept us in it first half, Corey helped us pull away in the second.

    Hon. mention to Ayayi, who returned to the scene, just in time with Tillie out.
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    Petrusev AND Kispert.

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    Went with Filip. He had to carry the first half and adjust to the defensive changes in the second half.
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    Kispert was great but have to go with Petro.

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    Filip kept us in it first half, Corey drove us home. Hard fought win. Backcourt showed up better late than never. Zags gutted it out. Great composure.

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    Kispert is deserving that's for sure, but so is Petrusev. Pet got the heck beat out of him tonight, and took it all in stride and kept scoring. He had 20 points at the half. Kispert was really knocking down 3's tonight and that really helped.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Might change my vote to Petro after reading the post game radio thread noting he’s been sick this week. That’s an amazing showing after coming off the plague.

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    The entire team played great tonight (been saying that a lot lately which is awesome) but it's really neck and neck between Kispert and Petrusev. Gonna go with Kispert for the reason that he played well while being shuffled between 3 different positions tonight. But easily could have gone with Filip too.

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    Petrusev gets my vote with an impressive double-double.
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    Kispert because there would be no win without his 2nd half performance

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    To me the GUnit of the Game means more than points, rebounds and assists, it is the other intangibles also, including sportsmanship, respectfulness to other players and coaches, refs, and the fans. In this I give Kispert a 9 and Filip a 5, purely because the best attitude is to maintain focus on the game, and not be distracted by darn near every call against him, and making faces at the refs after nearly every non call he thought he suffered in last play. My own opinion is this is immature, though outweighed by his other virtues and talents, and he would be better player if his emotional energy was not divided between the refs and the game. J. Macdaniel on the Huskies is another one but his immaturity costs his team points and fouls. Kispert was 2nd in points, but 5 assists is huge I think, and his mature attitude and behavior on the court sets a model of zag play for team mates and world to see. Less points, more leadership, including by example. Time and coaches will solve this for Filip, a wonderful person, and great player. Had to go with Kispert this time.

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    To the Belgrade dude with a shout out to the Edmunds guy.

    Petrusev was a workhorse - Kispert a sniper.

    Kudos to Romar and his Waves. They’re help making the WCC more formidable.

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    Went with Petrusev because... well 27 points. That being said, I could have gone Kispert and been OK with it.
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