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  • Kispert

    89 86.41%
  • Suggs

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  • Watson

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game: Virginia - 12. 26. 20

    TEAM basketball at its best. What a performance by Kispert, Timme. . .the defense. . .Free Throw shooting. So many good things.

    Who is your BZ Bulldog of today's game ?

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    Timme was great but Kispert was exceptional.

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    Timme 29 points but also 8 rebounds 3 assists. 11-13 from free throw line and big one was getting Huff in foul trouble creating big time issues for Virginia
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    Corey.
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    Yup. Tough decision, but I had to go with Timme.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopaholic View Post
    Timme 29 points but also 8 rebounds 3 assists. 11-13 from free throw line and big one was getting Huff in foul trouble creating big time issues for Virginia

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    Kispert’s shooting is what really separated the Zags early on, and then again created the blowout in the second half. He was automatic tonight. Shoutout to both Timme and Suggs. Suggs did everything but score today while only turning the ball over once.

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    Corey and Timme both deserved it but Timme’s stat on FT rebounds etc made me vote for Drew.

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    They couldn’t guard Timme or Kispert. Can I vote for the badly-shaven dudes in white headbands?

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    Kispert. He wants a natty.... real bad. He is playing out of his mind. Could be sniffing a right outside lottery pick.
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    Timme and Cory were terrific today but Timme was slightly better IMO. Hats off to the headband warriors!
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    Timme was great. Kispert could have beaten Virginia by himself.
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    I’m the ‘other’ vote.

    I’m not a blue ribbon to every participant kind of person. No, never. But today, this was a championship caliber team. Every guy played their role and they all deserve respect.

    Kispert daggers-check.
    Timme’s daggers and boards- check
    Suggs’s assists- check
    Watson a handful of pressure- check
    Ayayi being a ninja weapon- check

    Bench folks offering a handful of restful minutes, a filling the stadium with noise- check.

    Yes, we have a long way to go for this season, but start thinking big Zagville. This is an amazing team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    Timme and Cory were terrific today but Timme was slightly better IMO. Hats off to the headband warriors!
    My vote goes to Nike, as the headband manufacturer. Pass them out to all the guys.................

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    Nembhard was super glue today as Suggs endured tough game

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    - kispert and timmie of course great, went with kispert as he is the one who early on stepped on virginia's throat with his first half 3's

    - yes nembard played well, i'd say within himself, i.e. he took no 3 point shots! but made a couple of 16-18 footers. keep that up please and thank you.

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    Tied school record for most 3s in a game? Yeah. Gotta be Cory

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyZags View Post
    I’m the ‘other’ vote.

    I’m not a blue ribbon to every participant kind of person. No, never. But today, this was a championship caliber team. Every guy played their role and they all deserve respect.

    Kispert daggers-check.
    Timme’s daggers and boards- check
    Suggs’s assists- check
    Watson a handful of pressure- check
    Ayayi being a ninja weapon- check

    Bench folks offering a handful of restful minutes, a filling the stadium with noise- check.

    Yes, we have a long way to go for this season, but start thinking big Zagville. This is an amazing team.
    I also went with other. It was both Kispert AND Timme, with all the support added in.
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    Kispert. I'm really impressed by his ability to score in a multitude of ways, get his teammates playing better, and his stellar defense.

    He was the reason Virginia's defense loosened up allowing Timme to do what he does.

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    Suggs with a workmanlike game. Six assists, seven rebounds and only 1 turnover. He made everyone else better today. He doesn't need to be the star unless he has to.

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    Kispert all the way. He was sooo hot and he knew it. He kept going out further and further on those threes just to challenge and test himself. I had a couple of games like that. Games where you just know you can't miss.

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    Corey had so many open looks. You just knew most of those 3's would be golden. What was Virginia's defense thinking? Oh wait, they weren't.
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    I have to hand it to Suggs for playing within Few’s system despite the fact that he would not pile up gaudy numbers.

    Our game looked a little tight and unbalanced to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Nembhard was super glue today as Suggs endured tough game
    Could not disagree more jazz. Suggs had a great game. For a 5 star presumptive one and done talent to not force the issue on national tv for sake of “getting his” and “simply” dole out 6 assists to go w 7 boards, 4 steals and just 1 turnover makes me only think even more highly of him. Don’t be a points scored queen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    Could not disagree more jazz. Suggs had a great game. For a 5 star presumptive one and done talent to not force the issue on national tv for sake of “getting his” and “simply” dole out 6 assists to go w 7 boards, 4 steals and just 1 turnover makes me only think even more highly of him. Don’t be a points scored queen!
    But for a time he was. That’s the point. Review the tape. Clark was pestering him. In the second half he slipped into a more supporting role and got his points, willing them almost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    Could not disagree more jazz. Suggs had a great game. For a 5 star presumptive one and done talent to not force the issue on national tv for sake of “getting his” and “simply” dole out 6 assists to go w 7 boards, 4 steals and just 1 turnover makes me only think even more highly of him. Don’t be a points scored queen!
    Suggs had the highest +/- on the team at 36.

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