NWSB Insider and WCC conference blogger Blair Thomas tells us its 2012 West Coast Conference tournament basketball time. What team is going to win its way out of the WCC brackets into the NCAA tournament? Inconsistent play in close games plagued the Bulldogs in their five losses. Can Elias Harris, Kevin Pangos, and Robert Sacre help them win it in Las Vegas?
NWSB Insider and Gonzaga Bulldogs blogger Blair Thomas tells us the five players that make up his all time starting team in the next chapter of our Moments In Time series on northwest sports teams. The players mentioned on this list include Adam Morrison, Ronny Turiaf, Jeff Brown, Frank Burgess, and Matt Santangelo. Apologies to John Stockton, Richie Frahm, Blake Stepp, Dan Dickau, Derek Raivio, and Jeremy Pargo.
NWSB Insider and Gonzaga Bulldogs blogger Blair Thomas tells us the Zappo’s.com West Coast Conference Tournament kicks off February 29th at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Saint Mary’s comes in as the favorite. The ace in the hole is Gonzaga Head Coach Mark Few. Blair has some reasons Gonzaga Will Win the Automatic Big Dance Bid. Led by Kevin Pangos.
Steve Lee our northwest basketball hoops blogger weighs in today with his TOP 5 Canadian basketball players in history to play for the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Kelly Olynyk, Kevin Pangos, Mangisto Arop, Robert Sacre all make the list. The Bulldogs Canadian contingent has been strong thru the years in Spokane.
With hoops fans excited to see a high level of basketball back on the court at Rogers Arena, both teams (The Hawaii Warriors, and the Gonzaga Bulldogs) did little to impress. Tagged as a home coming for the Gonzaga Bulldogs, Kevin Pangos, big man Rob Sacre (North Vancouver) and forward Kelly Olynyk (Kamloops).
Northwest hoops preseason update from Steve Lee. NCAA basketball season is nearly here. The Pac 12 and WCC are well represented by great north west basketball teams. Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, and Gonzaga hope to dance in March. Primed to breakout are Jeffery Taylor, Festus Ezeli, Terrence Ross, Myck Kabongo and Solomon Hill.