View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game - USF @ GU - 01. 02. 21 ?

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  • Ayayi

    20 20.62%
  • Timme

    1 1.03%
  • Kispert

    67 69.07%
  • Watson

    1 1.03%
  • Nembhard

    5 5.15%
  • Other ( and why. . .)

    3 3.09%
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Thread: The BZ Bulldog of the Game - USF @ GU - 01. 02. 21

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game - USF @ GU - 01. 02. 21

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    Zags put the pedal down at the end of the first half and they never took their foot off the gas. Ayayi, Timme, Kispert, Watson, and Nembhard played outstanding TEAM basketball. Quiet night from Suggs due to foul trouble but THAT PASS , OMG. . .

    Dons shot 53% in the first half, and at the 3:28 mark, had only made 6 - 25 (24%) from the field in the second half.

    Ayayi (18/10) and Timme (10/11) recorded double-doubles. Watson with 8pts, 4 rebs, 3 Asst. Nembhard: 14 / 3 / 4

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    Kispert.

    Where will his shot to end the first half rank on Espn’s Top 10?

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    Senior Kispert with a bullet.

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    Kispert for sure. He's amazing.

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    Kispert seems to get better each game. Deceptively quick.

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    Voted Kispert, but Ayayi a fairly close second. Both were AMAZING! Also, Watson is such a disruptor!

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    Personally thought it wasnt a very pretty game for the Zags. And yet they win by 23 while emptying the bench w/ 4 minutes left. Not bad. Kispert is POG

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    Kispert. That ending shot of first half changed momentum of game. Honorable mention to Joel. Double double again, plus assists and steals.

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    Went with Kispert, but didn't even realize that Ayayi had that line. Such a quiet, super player.

    Not that the game would have probably been different, but Kispert's three at three end of the half felt like the dagger.

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    I had to go with Drew. He is so good in the open court, two awesome assists, a double double. Great all around game.
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    I went with other. Kispert had another incredible game, but it was such a team effort.

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    I gave Ayayi the edge over Kispert, thought he had a more complete game, but it was close.
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    - kispert gets my vote.

    - end of half, usf could bring themselves to within 4, they travel, kispert hits an insane 3 pointer, zags up by 10............game over, end of discussion.

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    Kispert, in part because Dickau still hates his game.

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    I'm voting for Ayayi, every game, until I see something that makes me vote differently. Quickly headed toward team MVP, and it is due entirely upon his uncanny knack for consistently gaining possession of the basketball, in every conceivable way. The ball FINDS him...... more than any Zag I have ever seen, including Mike Hart. Ayayi robs the ball from the backboard, from out of bounds, from errant passes, from other players, from his own team mates, from everywhere. He is the black hole of basketball ownership and his gravity is inescapable.
    I miss Mike Hart

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    I too voted for Ayayi. 18 points and 10 rebounds, and his 3rd double double in a row. I just love his play. It's been really good to see Ayayi come alive because after the end of last season I felt that he'd be really great this year. He's finally stepped up and is delivering. And he is in constant motion the whole time. He has to really be in good shape. Amazing, and with all he has going he's the most unselfish guy on the team

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    Not gu unit, but Watson played nice D, and his offense was better finishing through contact. Wish his jump shot was like high school, it's regressed. Was his shoulder surgery on his shooting side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickMick View Post
    I'm voting for Ayayi, every game, until I see something that makes me vote differently. Quickly headed toward team MVP, and it is due entirely upon his uncanny knack for consistently gaining possession of the basketball, in every conceivable way. The ball FINDS him...... more than any Zag I have ever seen, including Mike Hart. Ayayi robs the ball from the backboard, from out of bounds, from errant passes, from other players, from his own team mates, from everywhere. He is the black hole of basketball ownership and his gravity is inescapable.
    He is truly fun to watch.You don't teach this,he has it in spades.

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    Kispert gets my nod. He is the engine that runs the team and showed it once again. Ayayi had a nice game though for sure.
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    Joel.

    He’s always looking to what’s needed.
    Parlez-vous français?

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    As an homage to coach McGuire, can we dub Joel “French pastry?”

    http://www.espn.com/classic/s/McGuirisms.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    As an homage to coach McGuire, can we dub Joel “French pastry?”

    http://www.espn.com/classic/s/McGuirisms.html
    He's more of a bouillabaisse, in my opinion. A little of this. A little of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaguarxj View Post
    He's more of a bouillabaisse, in my opinion. A little of this. A little of that.
    Not quite as lyrical, but maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaguarxj View Post
    He's more of a bouillabaisse, in my opinion. A little of this. A little of that.
    Sounds a little fishy to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tummydoc View Post
    Sounds a little fishy to me.
    Yes, I’m more a confection kinda guy.

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