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    Default ----GUnit of The Game--- (USD)

    Hey cool, I am actually around to start my own GUnit thread again, haha.
    Quick note, I saw a couple flashes of the old intensity we loved so much in Heytvelt...this would be a GREAT time to start seeing him in his old form.


    MY GUnit--- No contest! PENDO. He is on fire, and not only that, but he pulled down some HUGE boards and had 1 huge play on D where he got a block and saved it to Kuso, that was big. he is doing it on both ends. Great, great game for Pendo.

    I am going to create a new energy drink, and call it "Pendo Juice".
    Allow myself to introduce....myself...

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    i'll take kuso for the blocks and the free throws at the end.
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    Have to agree, Pendo.
    Kuso didn't really put up big numbers, but he has to get an honorable mention too.

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    Pendo it is. 50% from the field, 2-3 from 3pt land, 5 rebounds, a killer block.

    Bouldin was huge, too. He and Pargo are working that backdoor cut with some killer results. He got hammered on that last one and still put the reverse in.
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    Man that was ugly but I'll take it. This is a tough G-Unit, but I think I'll go with Bouldin. That 3 down the stretch won it for us IMO. Also, hit the FT to clinch it. Also thought Kuso played well down the stretch and had some big rebounds and great blocks.
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    I'll go with Pendo, but thought many other GU players did well.....San Diego's defense was great, and they hit big shots in crunch time.

    Good TEAM win.

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    Pendo Pendo with a side of Pendo!!!!
    11 cheers for binary!

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    Bouldin for his key plays down the stretch. The 3 pointer and the baseline cut and reverse lay up were bigtime plays.

    Pendo would have gotten it from me if not for those key plays by Mattie.

    Honorable mention to Heytvelt. He is really starting to come around to playing the (less athletic) hand he has been dealt this year and is gaining a lot of court savvy. I especially liked the dribble drive assist to Pendo for 3 in the 2nd half.

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    Gotta go with the rooster, PENDO. Those two passes he made falling down were almost enough. Good to see josh play as tough as he did tonight. Raspberries to the refs, they were horrible. BTW our refs aren't just WCC refs they do MAC, WAC, Big West, PAC10 etc. Libby is universally despised. Next time you get on a chat with Gottlieb, ask him about Libby.

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    Kuso was the guy who lit my fire tonight.

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    PENDO

    you have to give recognition to the entire team, they played a tough gritty game against a determined USD team
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    I'm gonna go cheap and take Co Players of the Game in Pendo and Kuso. Kuso with so much hustle, kid absolutely showed up tonight and played his heart out. He did a great court presence play on that 7 pass drill to get Downs the ball for three. He would usually force it but he passed it to Matty. Pendo with so many "rub a little dirt on it" plays, I got a bloody nose just for him. He was getting roughed up like crazy but just kept playing his guts out. BTW how many Gonzaga off-balance passes were conducted tonight? Heytvelt played like a monster. Keep coming back and hustling Josh. We are here for you.

    Play of the Season: That back-door cut from Pargo to Bouldin for the under-over layup was high on the difficulty rating but looked smooth as butter.
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    pendo

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    Default Matt

    Going with Matt for reasons stated above. I'd give an Honorable Mention to USD's tough defense but I would get raspberryed off the board. I thought they played very gritty D tonight.

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    Kuso for the block that sealed the game. Another night for the Seniors!!!
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    Pendo. The senior is leading by example and has really picked it up on the final stretch of conference play. He made some truly remarkable plays in this game.
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    Default Pendo, Pendo, Pendo

    Pendo, with recognition of great efforts by Kuso and Bouldin.

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    Bouldin

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    I am going with PENDO!

    He's really stepping up at the end of the season (as a team captain should) and leading by example...showing our young players that you ALWAYS have to give 110%!

    **Likewise, our other captain, Pargo continues to lead/control the team like a champion.
    ZAGS RULE!!!

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    It was definitely Pendo... he was clutch.

    I'll give a close second to the water boy from USD. He obviously wasn't getting enough water to Bill Grier who constantly had white dried spit in the corners of his mouth from yelling the whole game. Coach Grier, it is OK to get a drink to wet the whistle occasionally during the game.

    Honorable mention to Kuso... That over the back foul on him near the end of the game was complete BS
    GO ZAGS

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    Pendo.
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    I am going co-players Kuso and Pendo. Kuso played some great D and Pendo just did all of the things that we just kind of expect him to do.

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    KUSO!!!!!

    He had the fire in his belly last night.
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    Bouldin for reaching down deep and gutting out a couple of baskets when we really needed them. I think playing more point has thrown him off of late, but in crunch time when we needed someone to step up, Bouldin stepped up and hit a 3 (his only of the night, I think) and then got that tough reverse and made it look like a lay-up.

    Kuso and Pendo are both HMs for fantastic performances.

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    PENDO.

    I'm guilty of not believing in Pendo and have said we are a better when he is not on the court. Well, last night Pendo did a little of EVERYTHING, really impressed me with his overall game (never impressed by his effort, it's always the same, 100&#37. I stand corrected. Great game Pendo.

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