View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: West Virginia - 12. 02. 2020 ?

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  • Timme

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  • Nembhard

    92 72.44%
  • Ayayi

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game: West Virginia - 12. 02. 2020

    STATS LINK: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/statmonitr/?id=321453

    If you said we would lose Suggs for a big chunk of the game and he wouldn't have more than 4 points, I would have predicted a loss to the Mountaineers.

    Instead others stepped up: Nembhard, Ayayi, Timme, and Kispert, leading the Zags to an 87 -82 win.

    Zags 15-21 from the line, outscored WV 60-30 in the paint, had 25 fast break points, and committed 11 TO's to WV's 15.

    Tonight's BZ Bulldog of the Game is ?

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    Nembhard without a doubt.

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    Ayayi, Kispert and 2nd half Timme we’re very good but this game was won by the relief work of Nembhard.

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    I don’t post often, don’t vote often, but I RUSHED to the site tonight to vote for Andrew Nembhard. What. A. Performance!

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    The case for Ayayi is that he led the Zags in scoring, rebounding, and steals. He made a lot of plays which led the Zags to success when they weren’t playing well otherwise. His cutting benefitted Nembhard as much as anything. The back court in general played quite well, even with a limited Suggs.

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    Andrew is the obvious choice on this one
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandZagFan View Post
    Andrew is the obvious choice on this one
    This

    But shout out to quality minutes by Ballo
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    Since I can't vote for two, Nembhard by a hair but it's a tie with Ayayi. I think Ayayi is underrated.

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    Nembhard

    almost Suggs just for coming back out and that lift to all from his return after the fear

    but what a game from Andrew Nembhard, stepped up when needed, delivered

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malastein View Post
    The case for Ayayi is that he led the Zags in scoring, rebounding, and tied with Suggs on forced turnovers. He made a lot of plays which led the Zags to success when they weren’t playing well otherwise. His cutting benefitted Nembhard as much as anything. The back court in general played quite well, even with a limited Suggs.
    Ayayi had a great game.

    21 points
    7 rebounds
    4 assists
    4 steals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopaholic View Post
    This

    But shout out to quality minutes by Ballo
    Nothing but net at the line from Oumar, when the outcome was in doubt. Well done, young man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Ayayi had a great game.

    21 points
    7 rebounds
    4 assists
    4 steals
    The box score changed a rebound to a steal. Also, he hit 10 of 15. Nembhard was the emotional choice with Suggs going down, but Ayayi was all over the court tonight making plays.

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    I voted for Ayayi, though of course Nembhard was brilliant.

    I was amazed and delighted with Suggs character and grit in returning from his injury as well.


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    nembhard. we lose without him.

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    My emotional reaction while watching the game was Nembhard. Then I looked at the stats and Ayayi had a great all around game scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and my vote goes to Joel.
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    Great game for Nembhard. I had questions about him coming into this game. It was really good to see what he can do. He did look like an All-American.

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    As good as Nembhard was, Ayayi was better IMO. Joel is always clutch in the last ten minutes of the game . Coaching staff made great adjustments at the half.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    As good as Nembhard was, Ayayi was better IMO. Joel is always clutch in the last ten minutes of the game . Coaching staff made great adjustments at the half.
    No doubt. Whatever they said certainly bolstered Timme’s play.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zagsfanforlife View Post
    nembhard. we lose without him.
    - agree, and i might add so far this season, up to the point that suggs got hurt, i was unimpressed with nembhard, in fact disappointed.
    - but after suggs went down, he truly did play marvelously.

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    I wanted to say Ayayi, but without Andrew we'd be down by 15 at points during that game. He really stepped up and knew when to step up when it mattered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krozman View Post
    I wanted to say Ayayi, but without Andrew we'd be down by 15 at points during that game. He really stepped up and knew when to step up when it mattered.
    he scored the most baskets that mattered in crunch time.

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    Nembhard. His stat line was nearly as great as Ayayi’s, and his leadership steadied and righted a team stunned by the painful exit by injured teammate Suggs, the team’s spark plug. Then, Nembhard became their spark plug! With Suggs return, the Zags will be a handful for the winner of Baylor and Illinois, which should exhaust both teams.

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    Too me it was easy call. Nembhard and it wasn’t close. He ran the team like he’d been in the system for three years, not three games.


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    Without Nembhard, we lose this game. He made tough plays during the early part of the second half when this team came back to take the lead. Ayayi made the biggest plays during the closing minutes. I voted for Ayayi, but Nembhard proved his worth in this one.

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    Although I gave my vote to Nembhard, Ayayi made a number of key plays down the stretch.

    Also thought Ballo stepped up tonight and showed his potential.

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