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Gonzaga Bulldogs have teamed up on BYU’s Elijah Bryant

BYU's Elijah Bryant passes while defended by Saint Mary's Jock Landale during the first half of a West Coast Conference tournament NCAA college basketball game, Monday, March 5, 2018, in Las Vegas. (Isaac Brekken / AP)
BYU's Elijah Bryant passes while defended by Saint Mary's Jock Landale during the first half of a West Coast Conference tournament NCAA college basketball game, Monday, March 5, 2018, in Las Vegas. (Isaac Brekken / AP)

LAS VEGAS – BYU’s Elijah Bryant has had mixed results against the Zags in two previous matchups this season.

The 6-foot-5 wing struggled throughout a 68-60 loss in Spokane, making just 1 of 11 shots and scoring four points. He had a hot stretch in the first half in Provo – scoring 13 points in nine minutes – but struggled in the closing half. He didn’t have a field goal in the closing 20 minutes and finished with 16 points on 5-of-17 shooting.

Gonzaga has had success with a tag-team approach on Bryant, who logs heavy minutes. Zach Norvell Jr., Corey Kispert and Jeremy Jones took turns defending Bryant in the first meeting. The Zags usually have a wing, Norvell or Kispert, on Bryant, but 6-8 Rui Hachimura is a potential option.

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