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Nigel Williams-Goss torched San Francisco for a career-high 36 points, 11 rebounds and six assists to carry the fifth-ranked Zags to a 95-80 victory in front of a packed house of 3,814 at War Memorial Gym in San Francisco on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017.
When a player scores a career-high 36 points, all while missing just three shots, grabbing 11 rebounds and handing out six assists, it’s hard to say anything negative. So ESPN’s Adrian Branch didn’t even try.
Nigel Williams-Goss is feeling much better, thank you. That was evident as the junior guard torched San Francisco for a career-high 36 points, 11 rebounds and six assists to carry the fifth-ranked Zags to a 95-80 victory in front of a packed house of 3,814 at War Memorial Gym.
The 36-point explosion by Nigel Williams-Goss commands attention on the stat sheet. Deservedly so. But another column, San Francisco’s 3-point shooting numbers, factored heavily into Gonzaga’s 95-80 WCC victory Thursday.
Nearly two months into the season, San Francisco is 11-4 – its best 15-game start since 2000 – and Kyle Smith is an early candidate for WCC Coach of the Year as No. 5 Gonzaga (14-0) makes its annual visit to the Hilltop on Thursday.
A look back at the men’s basketball series between the Gonzaga Bulldogs and the San Francisco Dons.
The key matchup to watch when Gonzaga visits San Francisco on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2017.