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Killian Tillie watches Gonzaga’s domination of San Diego from bench

Gonzaga forward Killian Tillie is looked at on the bench after being injured during the second half the Zags’ 83-64 win over Portland on Monday. Tillie watched Thursday’s home rout of San Diego with the injury. (Steve Dykes / Associated Press)
Gonzaga forward Killian Tillie is looked at on the bench after being injured during the second half the Zags’ 83-64 win over Portland on Monday. Tillie watched Thursday’s home rout of San Diego with the injury. (Steve Dykes / Associated Press)
The Spokesman-Review

Gonzaga freshman forward Killian Tillie watched from the bench with the sprained ankle he suffered against Portland on Monday.

Tillie has been wearing a boot to assist the healing process, but he was limping noticeably as he walked toward the locker room.

“He’s got a pretty good ankle sprain,” Few said. “He’s responding to treatment pretty good. We’ll see what happens.”

Minus Tillie, the Zags went with a three-man frontcourt rotation in the first half with Przemek Karnowski, Johnathan Williams and Zach Collins. The trio combined for 16 points, 14 rebounds and five assists as GU opened up a 37-23 lead.

Rui Hachimura, Jeremy Jones and Ryan Edwards saw time in the second half after the Zags opened up a big lead.

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