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Former Gonzaga standout Kevin Pangos is among eight players on Zenit, a pro team based in St. Petersburg, Russia, to test positive for COVID-19.
The former Gonzaga great has agreed to a one-year contract with BC Zenit, based in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Kyle Wiltjer heated up late and Kevin Pangos never got untracked as Canada closed the FIBA World Cup with an 82-76 loss to Germany.
Canada entered its name in the FIBA World Cup record book Saturday with the help of a couple of former Gonzaga standouts.
Team USA’s dominant performance made for a tough outing for former Gonzaga standout Rui Hachimura and his Japanese teammates Thurdsay at the FIBA World Cup in China.
Gonzaga’s international success in recruiting has been on display at the FIBA World Cup in China, including one matchup Tuesday involving three former Zag teammates.
A knee injury has ended former Gonzaga standout Kelly Olynyk’s stint with the Canadian national team.
Brandon Clarke, Kelly Olynyk, Kevin Pangos and Kyle Wiltjer are among the 29 players invited to the early August training camp in Toronto.
Gonzaga’s latest international recruit, Martynas Arlauskas, adds to the program’s already impressive 2019 class. Arlauskas, a 6-foot-7, 195-pound small forward from Lithuania, is the Zags’ third 2019 commitment, joining Gonzaga Prep forward Anton Watson and Kittitas guard Brock Ravet.
Former Gonzaga teammates Kelly Olynyk and Kevin Pangos played key roles as Canada defeated Brazil 85-77 on Thursday in a FIBA World Cup Americas qualifier at Place Bell in Quebec.
Former Gonzaga guard Kevin Pangos is on the move and his paycheck is on the rise.
Former Gonzaga point guard Kevin Pangos and his Zalgiris teammates are trying to add a few more chapters to their historic season.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has emerged as one of the best floor generals in the NBA. He’s the franchise player, and there’s certainly no other point guard who will supplant him in Washington anytime soon. But that hasn’t discouraged former Gonzaga standout Kevin Pangos from taking his best shot at earning an invite to Washington, D.C. when training camp opens in September.
In the spring of 2000 – still at the beginning of things, in the modest scope of Millenial Zag – Matt Santangelo, Richie Frahm, Mike Nilson and Ryan Floyd departed the Gonzaga basketball program in the greatest exodus of backcourt achievement in Inland Northwest college basketball history.
The football rivalry between the University of Idaho and Boise State University has laid dormant since 2010. Now, the men’s basketball rivalry, which has been played between the two schools since 1971, could follow the same path. It’s been confirmed to the Spokesman-Review that Idaho and Boise State will not meet in a nonconference game this season. It was first reported by the Idaho Statesman.
Friday: Kevin Pangos won the 3-point shooting contest last night. (I know, I know. Gonzaga fans everywhere on hearing the news Pangos had 23, 23 and 22 points in his three rounds vs. other men are wishing he could have hit one or two of those against Duke.) That’s cool, but that’s not the best part of the story. Portland’s Cassandra Brown won the women’s division of the State Farm College Slam event at Butler’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse. That means the two best outside shooters in their respective genders came from the WCC.
Gonzaga’s Kevin Pangos wowed the capacity crowd at Hinkle Fieldhouse on his way to victory in the 2015 State Farm College Slam Three-Point Championship on Thursday evening in Indianapolis. The Zags senior scored 23 points in each of the first two rounds and knocked down 22 in the final round against Butler’s Alex Barlow and UConn’s Ryan Boatright.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski stopped Kevin Pangos in the handshake line for an extended verbal pat on the back.
HOUSTON – Gonzaga senior wing Byron Wesley lives with a Bruin and loves her unconditionally. “My mom actually went to UCLA so we always had that little bit of a rivalry in the house,” Wesley said. “When I went to USC we had that rivalry the past three years so it’ll be a lot of fun.”
SEATTLE – Kevin Pangos had just scored 15 of his 18 points in the second half to help Gonzaga hold off North Dakota State on Friday, but the initial line of postgame questioning had nothing to do with his performance. Pangos fielded several questions from a reporter on the growing numbers of Canadians on NCAA rosters. It’s a scene that has played out several times in Pangos’ career when Gonzaga plays on the road or in the NCAA tournament. The Zags have gone north of the border for numerous recruits, including Pangos, Kelly Olynyk, Robert Sacre, Manny Arop and Bol Kong. Kyle Wiltjer, whose father Greg played for Canada in the 1984 Olympics, holds dual citizenship.