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Zags hoping to develop more depth

Ex-Gonzaga guard Bryan Alberts battles West Georgia’s Christin Houston for a loose ball in a November game. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
Ex-Gonzaga guard Bryan Alberts battles West Georgia’s Christin Houston for a loose ball in a November game. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

The Zags, who will take a short break for the Christmas holiday after Wednesday’s game, will have nearly a month before the start of spring semester.

“We have a little opportunity right now without having class that we can kind of major in basketball for about a month,” coach Mark Few said. “That top eight (in the rotation) has been good, we’ve been kind of dialed into that. I think I have to do a better job of growing the next two to get it to 10 or so.

“Bryan (Alberts) deserves some time. Jeremy Jones (returning from ankle injury), we have to get a way to get him in and obviously still trying to grow Rui (Hachimura) but man it’s a challenge to get 10, 11 guys into a rotation.”

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