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Bulldogs will have to defend five Musketeers

Mark Few sees a lot of Gonzaga in Xavier, and vice versa. “They’ve had a great run, just like we have,” Gonzaga’s coach said of the Musketeers, who visit GU …


Blanchette: Zag fans catch glimpse of Carter’s capability

The exhale in Spokane would have registered 13 on the Beaufort Scale if it went that high. In any case, Marquise Carter felt it – heard it – all the …


Gray’s return pinned to treatment

Steven Gray sat in a chair on what would normally be the visiting team’s bench at the McCarthey Athletic Center, watching Gonzaga teammates attempt 3-pointers from nearby seats. He had …


Gray still nursing back

Steven Gray sat in a chair on what would normally be the visiting team’s bench at the McCarthey Athletic Center, watching Gonzaga teammates attempt 3-pointers from nearby seats. He had …


Sacre leads way as Gonzaga outlast Baylor in Dallas

DALLAS – Gonzaga overcame a steady dose of adversity – foul trouble, Steven Gray’s injury, a horn blowing just as Robert Sacre was attempting a free throw in the closing …


Back to heavy lifting for Zags

After a one-game break, the Gonzaga Bulldogs return to their rugged non-conference schedule Saturday, taking on No. 9 Baylor in Dallas.


Gonzaga’s fine and so is Gray in easy victory

On the basketball court, the Gonzaga Bulldogs had fun again. On the scoreboard, the Bulldogs cruised past Lewis-Clark State College 103-61. In the training room, the news was positive as …


GU’s season boils down to 2 themes

Through its first nine games, two topics seem invariably linked to the Gonzaga men’s basketball team: its meat-grinder schedule and 3-point defense. The Bulldogs can’t do anything about the schedule …


Notre Dame holds off Zags

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Gonzaga Bulldogs staged a furious rally in the closing minutes but it wasn’t enough to catch No. 23 Notre Dame, which used Ben Hansbrough’s four …


Blanchette: WSU sends humbled Zags back to drawing board

PULLMAN – On the bright side for the Gonzaga Bulldogs, at least the scoreboard at their arena works. Not that the Zags seem to have much need for it this …


WSU gets chance to show Zags it knows how to close out games

PULLMAN – It was just another friendly game between two schools some 80 miles apart. Game No. 144 in a rivalry that stretches back more than 100 years.


Gonzaga in unfamiliar territory at 4-3, unranked

Unranked and sporting a 4-3 record is unfamiliar territory for the Gonzaga men’s basketball team. The Bulldogs have never been 4-3 in Mark Few’s previous 11 seasons as head coach. …


Zags learning the hard way

Unranked and sporting a 4-3 record is unfamiliar territory for the Gonzaga men’s basketball team. The Bulldogs have never been 4-3 in Mark Few’s previous 11 seasons as head coach. …


Illinois gives Zags repeat lesson on 3-pointers

SEATTLE – It reminded Illinois men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber of a stretch against Michigan State during the 2004-05 season when the Fighting Illini scored on 12 straight possessions. It …


Harris expected to play

Sophomore forward Elias Harris had another MRI on his right Achilles tendon and for the second time in two weeks, it revealed no tear, according to a Gonzaga press release. …


Gonzaga too much for short-handed Eastern

Gonzaga senior guard Steven Gray jumped up and released a 3-point shot with just less than 4 minutes left in the first half, just like he’d done six times previously. …


Play off bench mystery at Gonzaga

Five games into the Gonzaga men’s basketball season, coach Mark Few isn’t sure what he’s going to get when he calls on his bench. “It’s a grab bag from game …


Classic Zags hold off Marquette in tourney’s third-place game

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Welcome back Elias Harris. And Manny Arop. And Gonzaga getting after it on the glass. The 22nd-ranked Bulldogs, fueled by Steven Gray’s 20 points, Harris’s season-high …


No. 4 K-State runs No. 22 GU ragged

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Gonzaga can add another item or two to its growing list of concerns. The Bulldogs, beaten on the boards in a home loss to San Diego …


GU hopes to rebound against No. 3 Wildcats

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Gonzaga left the basketball court last Tuesday beaten on the boards and unsure of sophomore forward Elias Harris’ health. The Bulldogs return to action tonight to …


Kansas State’s Frank is just that – frank

There’s not a lot of coach-speak in Frank Martin’s vocabulary. The Kansas State men’s basketball coach is as blunt with the media as he is with his players. The media …


Zags’ Harris didn’t tear Achilles

Gonzaga received some upbeat news regarding sophomore forward Elias Harris, who left Tuesday night’s game against San Diego State with an Achilles tendon injury. An MRI on Wednesday revealed that …


SDSU’s White too much for Gonzaga

It was pretty much an inside job. San Diego State senior forward Billy White poured in a career-high 30 points and the Aztecs enjoyed a 39-29 rebounding edge, which fueled …


Top 25 Aztecs will be a stern test for Bulldogs

After two tune-ups, the Gonzaga men’s basketball team jumps into the meat of its schedule with a visit from No. 25 San Diego State. The Aztecs, 1-0 after beating Dan …


Goodson progressing

From our trusty news service comes the bulletin that the there is a shortage of qualified exorcists in the Catholic church, which is beginning the active training of same. Amazingly, …


Defense does it

It takes some doing to shoot 60.3 percent from the field, 71.4 percent in the second half, and have most of the post-game conversation center on the defense. Gonzaga’s ‘D’ …


Kent guard Bell leads Gonzaga’s recruiting class

Seattle Rotary AAU basketball coach Daryll Hennings has coached Gary Bell, one of four players to sign letters of intent Wednesday to play for Gonzaga, since Bell was a sixth-grader. …


Gonzaga hopes Harris ready to play in opener

Gonzaga sophomore forward Elias Harris, who has been slowed by a shoulder injury, was expected to participate in practice Tuesday, coach Mark Few said. “He’s going to practice a little, …


Seminar brings big names to Spokane Arena

Based on the lineup, Tuesday’s big Get Motivated event in Spokane is both an endurance test and a full-body immersion into the bracing waters of Lake Fix-Your-Life. The heavily promoted …


No more winters of discontent

First Night Spokane is a hell of a deal, but it could line up acts from Sunset Hill to Stateline and not have the entertainment snap, crackle and pop of …