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Find season previews for Gonzaga, Washington State, Eastern, Idaho, Whitworth and NIC/CCS, plus features, predictions and more.

Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

Stuff of legends: Drew Timme already stands with Gonzaga’s greats, with plenty of time to add to his legacy

Drew Timme put up some of quality defensive work when the topic of his legacy at Gonzaga and in college basketball surfaced recently. It isn’t the first time he’s been asked the question. It won’t be the last. He gave a reasoned response, but he’s keenly aware any answer would be incomplete with his senior season about to take flight. It’s like taking a four-page test with only three pages on your desk.

Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

Who’s your ‘Ultimate Zag?’ Panel of ex-players, local celebrities and media personalities tackles the ultimate question

What defines the ‘Ultimate Zag?’ Some may point to the blue collar work ethic that characterized many of Gonzaga’s teams during the Cinderella era. Perhaps it’s a distinct physical feature (looking at you Adam Morrison, Przemek Karnowski and Drew Timme). Others might say someone who elevated the Bulldogs’ program to previously unforeseen heights as a result of their individual brilliance.
Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

College basketball 2022-23: Trio of returning starters leads another deep, talented Gonzaga roster

Nobody was counting the Bulldogs out of the national championship picture when Chet Holmgren and Andrew Nembhard departed for the NBA, but Mark Few’s job got a lot easier – and the job of GU’s opponents that much harder – when Drew Timme, junior wing Julian Strawther and senior guard Rasir Bolton all made decisions to return to school, bolstering GU's roster with three all-conference players who accounted for 41.4 points per game of production in 2021-22.