View Poll Results: BZ Bulldog of the Game: GU @ UP - 01. 09. 21 ?

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  • Timme

    2 1.77%
  • Kispert

    0 0%
  • Ayayi

    109 96.46%
  • Suggs

    0 0%
  • Watson

    2 1.77%
  • Nembhard

    0 0%
  • Strawther

    0 0%
  • Ballo

    0 0%
  • Gregg

    0 0%
  • Other ( And Why. . .)

    0 0%
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Thread: BZ Bulldog of the Game: GU @ UP - 01. 09. 21

  1. #26
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    I vote for the "French Army Knife" !!!! He does it all!!!! Rebounds, assists, points...a little disappointed with his steal numbers for this game....with just a little effort he could have had a quad-double!
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    Quote Originally Posted by katman50 View Post
    First time on this board, that I can recall that it has been unanimous. Don't anyone screw it up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    - my vote made it 65 to nothing.
    - mods should side line anyone for 10 days, should they vote otherwise.

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    Joel. Da. Man.
    It's peanut butter jelly time!

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    I will try to explain, that one sequence where Timme blocked the shot, saved the ball from going out of bound, hurried back and made the over the shoulder basket was phenomenal. Joel was outstanding as well. That one sequence by Timme just stuck with me.

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    There will always be a contrarian to ensure this poll is not unanimous

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    Talk about peer pressure, sign of the times I guess.
    Ayayi for me though.
    I remember when Joel first showed up at practice he was 17 I believe. I believe it was Jonathon Williams was going up for an uncontested lay in and Joel came out of nowhere blocked the shot hard knocking Williams to the floor. Williams got up from the floor, not mad and not looking at Joel and just shook his head as if to say ---kids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagMan in Philly View Post
    I will try to explain, that one sequence where Timme blocked the shot, saved the ball from going out of bound, hurried back and made the over the shoulder basket was phenomenal. Joel was outstanding as well. That one sequence by Timme just stuck with me.
    That was the most impressive sequence of the game for sure. Timme also had that great pass setting up Strawther. They both had A+ games, but Ayayi graded out at 99%. Just a special performance by one of the most special Zags of all time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malastein View Post
    That was the most impressive sequence of the game for sure. Timme also had that great pass setting up Strawther. They both had A+ games, but Ayayi graded out at 99%. Just a special performance by one of the most special Zags of all time!
    Indeed. Timme had two blocks on that sequence, then the basket at the other end, after running the floor. Great, memorable sequence. But, Joel had a sequence that lasted the entire time that he was in the game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzaGAW View Post
    - my vote made it 65 to nothing.
    - mods should side line anyone for 10 days, should they vote otherwise.
    Better yet, exile them to a van down by the river, with a diet of water and government cheese.

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    Joel Ayayiiiiiiiiiiii!

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    0 turnovers! 12-13-14-0

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    has to be ayayi,
    'the silent assassin' really fits.
    I think it really helped his confidence to play on those French youth teams and represent his country, where he was super important and got lots of minutes. It may have given him a sense of someday being that way for the zags, after he put in his years. The growth of ayayi and kispert between now and their first day here is heavy drama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravelinZag View Post
    When a team wins huge while shooting 63% FGs and has SEVEN players score double figures, how do you single out one player?
    Yes, I just looked at split box score and noticed the 7 men in double figures. I seem to recall it happening before for GU, but it's gotta be fairly rare. Yet when the team scores 112 .... stuff happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProVeeZag View Post
    Yes, I just looked at split box score and noticed the 7 men in double figures. I seem to recall it happening before for GU, but it's gotta be fairly rare. Yet when the team scores 112 .... stuff happens.
    It ties the record (under coach Few, anyway). Fifth time.

    Here's the breakdown of double-figure scorers during Few's 735 games as head coach:

    #-Count
    0-1
    1-10
    2-69
    3-256
    4-260
    5-110
    6-24
    7-5

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    Quote Originally Posted by NumberCruncher View Post
    It ties the record (under coach Few, anyway). Fifth time.

    Here's the breakdown of double-figure scorers during Few's 735 games as head coach:

    #-Count
    0-1
    1-10
    2-69
    3-256
    4-260
    5-110
    6-24
    7-5
    This is GREAT. Would be really interested to see how these numbers break down for other coaches. Like in conference: Randy Bennett, DAve Rose. And OOC coaches like: K, Self, Cal, Boeheim, Roy W, Miller at AZ, etc. Curious as to if the above breakdown is common or not.

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