Gonzaga dominated from start to finish, routing Portland 90-51 Wednesday in the West Coast Conference men’s basketball opener for both teams. A full house of 6,000 at the McCarthey Athletic Center witnessed Gonzaga’s easiest win of the season and its most lopsided victory over the Pilots since a 47-point blowout in 1999.
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Gonzaga center Rob Sacre controls a defensive rebound as Thomas van der Mars is blocked out.
Guy Landry Edi of Gonzaga swings from the rim.
Rob Sacre of Gonzaga flushes a dunk against Portland.
Gonzaga center Rob Sacre slams home a dunk against Portland.