View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: NCAA RD 2 vs. Oklahoma - 03. 22. 21 ?

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  • Kispert

    1 0.82%
  • Suggs

    1 0.82%
  • Ayayi

    1 0.82%
  • Timme

    119 97.54%
  • Nembhard

    0 0%
  • Watson

    0 0%
  • Cook

    0 0%
  • Peaty Scotch

    0 0%
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    Boom! There it is.

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    Lady Zags on ESPN 2 right now.

    (12) Belmont 52 (5) Gonzaga 44 end of 3rd quarter.

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    Timme is SPECIAL.
    Allow myself to introduce....myself...

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    Timme is a smart player, great foot work, mentally tough, a leader, and cool as a cucumber. His swagger rubs off on the others. We are so lucky to have him on the team. Not sure if he’s staying or going next year, so I will appreciate every game!

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    With all due respect to Ammo, Timme rocks a better stache. Ammo was more consistent in having it, but Timme’s stache is as special as his footwork!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Timme!

    Peaty Scotch was a close second.
    +1 on both counts!

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    - once again i ask if you are going to be 'that guy' and give the outlier vote, give your reason why.
    - i mean nobody here is going to jump all over you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzaGAW View Post
    - once again i ask if you are going to be 'that guy' and give the outlier vote, give your reason why.
    - i mean nobody here is going to jump all over you.
    Must be a fan of turnovers.

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    This is the quote that pretty much sums up voting against Timme
    Quote Originally Posted by GonzaGAW View Post
    - once again i ask if you are going to be 'that guy' and give the outlier vote, give your reason why.
    - i mean nobody here is going to jump all over you.
    I mean nothing like giving it to the guy who led the team in turnovers and missed 3 pointers. He did make one of his six attempts. Suggs had a C+/B- game. Timme dropped an A+.

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    No debate Timme was da man, he put on a footwork clinic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malastein View Post
    This is the quote that pretty much sums up voting against Timme

    I mean nothing like giving it to the guy who led the team in turnovers and missed 3 pointers. He did make one of his six attempts. Suggs had a C+/B- game. Timme dropped an A+.
    Generous grader. Still, Nemby was worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Generous grader. Still, Nemby was worse.
    Suggs keyed the first half lead with his defense, but really forced things in the second half.

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    Odd that Watson may have had a better game than Suggs. But glad to see peated scotch was the Joel Ayayi of the alcohol world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tummydoc View Post
    Odd that Watson may have had a better game than Suggs. But glad to see peated scotch was the Joel Ayayi of the alcohol world!
    Damning with faint praise.

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    Looking at the box score, Jalen had a better game than I realized.

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    Watched and listened to a lot of the game on my phone at work. I actually was debating between Suggs and Timme for the Bob Zag award, but after seeing the box score there was obviously no debate.

    Can’t wait to really watch the whole game.
    It's peanut butter jelly time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tummydoc View Post
    Looking at the box score, Jalen had a better game than I realized.
    There have been several people saying that to advance, we will need more than just one player to go off.

    Kispert had 16 on 4-8 from 3. Suggs had 16, but didn't shoot the 3 well, he did draw a lot of fouls. Ayayi was just shy of his own double/double.

    Sometimes I think we are spoiled. Oklahoma DID hold the Zags to only 4 in double figures.
    I'm laughing. Why aren't you?

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    The guy has golden feet.....GREAT GAME!

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    An easy vote this time. Timme. But I can see how Kispert, Suggs, and Ayayi got a vote. I could see how Cook and Watson could have gotten a vote for their really tough D when it was needed. And Nembhard who's a great QB of this team.

    Go Zags!
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Story Link: https://apnews.com/article/nba-south...1f1ff31c8b29a8

    On a team filled with stars, all carrying the expectations of trying to complete the first undefeated championship season in 45 years, Timme could be the key for Gonzaga in making that happen.

    He’s the big guy for the Bulldogs. The one who has to be respected by opponents, but also the player who can sometimes be left to feast at the offensive end because of all the other problems the Zags create.

    Corey Kispert was deservedly a first-team AP All-American selection for Gonzaga. Jalen Suggs is likely to be the highest NBA draft pick of the current crop of Zags.

    But the Bulldogs don’t sit at 28-0, riding a 32-game win streak, if it’s not for the inside presence Timme provides.

    “We’ve talked a lot about kind of feeding off each other and make sure we get each other going on the floor,” Kispert said. “Drew’s put in the time and he’s an ultra, ultra talented player.”

    It was on display against Oklahoma on Monday. With Kispert slowed early due to foul trouble, Timme responded with a career-best game of 30 points and 13 rebounds against the Sooners.

    At times, Timme outwitted Oklahoma’s post defenders. In other moments, he was simply tougher, scoring through contact or being first to a loose ball.

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