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Defining the Season: Kevin Pangos

This season’s Gonzaga Bulldogs bring back Gary Bell Jr. and Przemek Karnowski from last year’s team, and adds one of the country’s strongest transfer classes in Kyle Wiltjer, Byron Wesley, and Eric McClellan. As a result this squad has arguably received more preseason hype than any of head coach Mark Few’s teams. The key to whether or not they live up to these expectations...
Via The Sports Post
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Gonzaga basketball: Breaking down the minutes

Gonzaga basketball has all the talent that they could fit on their roster this year, but the hard part is figuring out who is going to play and for how long. Mark Few has his work cut out for him, but fans can expect the minutes to be split up similar to how they have been in the past, but with a few new additions. This year could be a very successful one for the Zags if everyone...
Via isportsweb.com
August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Gonzaga basketball: The biggest games of 2014-15

This upcoming season is looking to rock for Gonzaga basketball fans, and for many reasons. The incoming players are great, but what is equally great is the non-conference schedule that head coach Mark Few and his staff have organized. The schedule is tougher than usual which will make or break Gonzaga’s RPI. Out of the four games listed below, three are revenge games. If Gonzaga...
Via isportsweb.com
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

How the west will be “one”: Gonzaga basketball’s incoming talent

This past basketball season was a tough one, which all Gonzaga fans can attest to, we lost Elias Harris, Mike Hart and Kelly Olynyk, had multiple injuries, and a weak non-conference schedule. We did make it to the tournament, and we did win one more game than most sports analysts thought we would, but it wasn’t our greatest year. Next year has the possibility of being our time...
Via isportsweb.com
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Top 5 Gonzaga basketball players of all-time

Dan Dickau(Photo credit: Allen Hubbard)   Honorable mentions: Blake Stepp- After Dickau left, Stepp was the next great Zag guard in line. Stepp averaged 18 points per game his junior season and 14.6 his senior season. Stepp also averaged over 6 assists per game during his junior and senior seasons. Stepp lead the Zags with 25 points in the eventual loss to Arizona 96-95 in double...
Via isportsweb.com
October 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Pangos leads Gonzaga past Saint Mary's

Freshman Kevin Pangos scored 27 points and Gonzaga beat No. 16 Saint Mary's 73-59 on Thursday night to avenge an earlier loss to the West Coast Conference leader. The win kept alive the hopes of Gonzaga (19-4, 9-2) to win its 12th consecutive regular season title, the second-longest streak in Division 1 history after UCLA's 13 straight. But the Zags will need somebody to...
Via AP on Fox
February 10, 2012  |  Discuss
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