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Nearly five minutes into the Bulldogs’ 82-73 win over San Francisco, Johnathan Williams lost his shoe going up for an offensive rebound before Josh Perkins buried a long 3-pointer to give the Zags an 18-7 lead.
Josh Perkins was humble about his milestone in front of reporters, but breaking 1,000 points is certainly nothing he or any of his teammates could shrug at.
If you want to talk about Gonzaga’s consistency, you won’t get too far with Mark Few. “I wouldn’t say I would use the consistent word to anybody in our program currently,” the Bulldogs coach said to reporters after Gonzaga downed the San Francisco Dons 82-73 on Saturday. “But nice try.”
Ten great minutes. Ten lousy minutes. Twenty edge-of-your seat minutes. No. 15 Gonzaga showed every side of its basketball personality, both good and bad, but found a way to hold off San Francisco 82-73 in front of 6,000 nervous fans Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
The key moment, offensive player of the game and defensive player of the game from Gonzaga’s 82-73 win over San Francisco on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018.
It was just the cozy Kennel confines that mattered for those of watching at home however. It also was the local announcing crew of Greg Heister, Dan Dickau and Richard Fox. Hearing their voices, which have been absent on GU games lately, is the aural equivalent of a home-cooked meal.
The forward tandem of Killian Tillie and Johnathan Williams scored 16 points apiece to lead No. 15 Gonzaga to a 82-73 victory over upset-minded San Francisco on Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
No. 15 Gonzaga showed every side of its basketball personality, both good and bad, but found a way to hold off San Francisco 82-73 in front of 6,000 nervous fans Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.
The Dons’ trio guards were a stern defensive test for the Zags two weeks ago in San Francisco. Nothing’s changed, except junior guard Frankie Ferrari has been in quite the scoring groove.
Corey Kispert was back to being Corey Kispert on Thursday, one of the most promising developments for Gonzaga in a 95-79 road victory over Portland.