Related topicsGonzaga’s three transfers make tourney debut in style with victoryGonzaga’s slow start shows on the glass before cleaning up in second halfJohn Blanchette: Zags didn’t exactly shine as guardians of the No. 1 seedGonzaga’s Karnowski draws a crowd insideGonzaga’s 3 point shooting less than stellar against South Dakota StateMathews brothers double up on NCAA tournament winsZags get a big lift from freshman Zach Collins in NCAA winTV Take: Spokane comes together to cheer on the ZagsGonzaga South Dakota State: 3 keys to the Bulldogs’ 66 46 winGonzaga shuts down Jackrabbits, advances to second round of NCAA TournamentThe Missouri transfer spent his NCAA mandated season on the sidelines by lining up day after day in practice against Kyle Wiltjer, Gonzaga’s elite scoring forward with shooting range out to the parking lot who graduated after the 2016 season.Sound familiar? Prior to the game, Gonzaga coaches mentioned Daum as being in the Wiltjer mold a crafty finisher around the rim, a 3 point bomber capable of putting points up in bunches but possessing a better game off the bounce.All certainly true as Daum put up video game numbers night after night this season, including a 51 point outburst and another with 42.Until, that is, Daum encountered Williams, the athletic, 6 foot 9 junior forward who hounded South Dakota State’s star player into a 7 of 16 shooting performance in Gonzaga’s 66 46 first round NCAA tournament win on Thursday.”My redshirt year I had to guard Kyle a lot,” Williams said. “I think that kind of prepared me for Daum.
This ad, made in 1998, shows a worker trying to crack open an egg. He tries everything, including hitting the egg with the hammer to break it open, but in vain. The last shot shows a hen pecking at food which is kept in an old Fevicol container. Perkins and Kispert at nine and eight respectively. Reported that he bumped knees with a Portland player.On the court, its still all Gonzaga as the lead has swelled to near the betting line.Gonzaga also shooting at a 51 percent clip. Zags are looking to hit that clip for the fourth game in a row.