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There will be a few former Zags on rosters, but the Gonzaga-centric Few Good Men will not be involved in The Basketball Tournament this summer.
Few Good Men, the Gonzaga-centric entry in The Basketball Tournament, has added a few great players well known in the Inland Northwest and beyond. Few Good Men bolstered its roster with former Eastern Washington standout Jacob Wiley and ex-Washington State Cougar DaVonte Lacy. They join ex-Zags Matt Bouldin, Steven Gray, Sam Dower Jr., Drew Barham, Casey Calvary, Blake Stepp and Connor Griffin in the $2 million, winner-take-all summer tournament.
Few Good Men, a team featuring several ex-Zags, finished eighth in the West Region fan voting and appears to have reserved a spot in The Basketball Tournament.
Dan Dickau doesn’t play much pickup basketball these days.
Memory lane is bumper-to-bumper with anecdotes and tales when four ex-Zags and former assistant coach Billy Grier recalled their NCAA Tournament memories on and off the court.
They only have a few set plays, they’re rarely able to practice together and some are juggling work schedules.
The magic of McCarthey Athletic Center got lost on the way to Riverfront Park as a team of mostly former Northern Arizona players beat two former Gonzaga players for the Hoopfest men’s elite championship on Sunday.
In the minds of many, it wasn’t supposed to be this entertaining. Or last this long. And it certainly wasn’t supposed to be this close.