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Gonzaga guard Zach Norvell Jr.’s knack for instant offense, particularly in the second half, has prompted some teammates to refer to him as “Microwave.” Norvell has been prone to sizzling second halves, but he mixed in a strong first half in Saturday’s 101-52 rout over Santa Clara at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
So here’s the motion on the floor: trim the number of WCC games each school plays from 18 to 16, and let them schedule two more outside the conference that better fit their needs.
The team reserved seats in the lower section across from the Gonzaga bench for 26 former players and their families in an annual gathering of Gonzaga alumni. The gathering is normally scheduled for a game during the winter break when the students are gone and there are extra seats to fill.
It’s just a mental thing. That’s what Gonzaga guard Corey Kispert keeps telling himself as he continues to recover from his ankle injury he suffered a month ago against Incarnate Word.
On a night when Gonzaga cracked the 100-point mark for a school-record fifth time this season, offense seemed to be last thing on the Zags’ minds.
The word of the day during KHQ’s broadcast of Gonzaga’s easy 101-52 win over visiting Santa Clara on Saturday night? It might have been “frustration” or some variation of it.
The key moment, offensive player of the game and defensive player of the game from Gonzaga’s 101-52 win over Santa Clara on Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017 at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Silas Melson scored 19 points as seven Gonzaga players finished in double figures to lead the 20th-ranked Bulldogs to a 101-52 drubbing of Santa Clara on Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center
Gonzaga’s Corey Kispert is feeling better in both body and mind. The freshman wing is a month removed from spraining his left ankle against Incarnate Word.
Gonzaga has played numerous guard-driven opponents but Santa Clara might lean on its starting trio more than the rest.