Gonzaga Bulldogs: Can They Rise To The Top (And Stay There)?

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Updated: December 26, 2019
Previous ranking : 5 This week: vs. Brown (Saturday) We've spotlighted Joey Baker in this space before, but he has now become a consistent member of Duke's rotation and is providing much-needed outside shooting for the Blue Devils. He has played at least 17 minutes in four straight games and has scored double figures in three of the four. Against Wofford last week, Baker scored 22 points and made five 3-pointers -- which makes him Duke's most prolific 3-point shooter on the season, with 16 made shots from behind the arc. Considering Baker played single-digit minutes in three of the first seven games of the season and didn't make a 3 until Duke's third game, that's an impressive stretch for the sophomore wing. Previous ranking : 6 This week : no games Scott Drew's team has only one game in the 20-day period between Dec. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZQnGLe3PSuVMeKAMrEVj357GV7bhJ9vHTFFVNvJ_IlBAAz9q.2RP57WwGuff1OP_O3FAIaYFBOIfdkpM70ugJv_g1sa0Qq4Iw5YdZSuFlI424tmB0Ppq_tBBID4Gs4pd2Qibj3h6srS.vtqUlB.h0MuG.msgh_6OBM-In what many people singled out as a key non-conference matchup before the season, North Carolina's trip to Gonzaga lost quite a bit of buzz when Tar Heel freshman Cole Anthony went down with a long-term knee injury. And so Gonzaga — No. 2 this week in the Associated Press Poll — largely took care of business, keeping the visiting Tar Heels at arm's length and pushing the lead to 20-plus points before cruising to a 94-81 victory. For the 'Zags, it was business as usual and another nice win to add to last weekend's topping of Arizona. But for the Tar Heels, who entered the game as 14-point underdogs, according to Westgate LV Superbook, it was another loss in a season where the 'L' column is starting to add up. Not a single North Carolina starter made a 3-pointer in the game, and while the Tar Heels' outside shooting seemed serviceable (7-for-19, 36. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZRFYKIjPIVQd59_42ZgGf5dts2KZ5JNZxxRJMblUEglBEjrZTzj86YS.2KgFp49HZKIS3rtY2fhorp8bSwK3GlbDIrq9q8z1uDO4Qw1FUf.su5dEQClDgpsIFBAdEWriBxQPsd3S4XIcyz9jRDBdsr0heonO5fatcIUsUaUgcYIhnQiKdjg.EObIt was, all things considered, just a terrific day of sports on Saturday, whether you are a football or basketball fan. Here is everything you need to know to get yourself caught up on today’s college basketball action. 1. INJURIES HAVE TAKEN A TOLL ON KANSAS … Kansas watched as starting guard Marcus Garrett had to be helped off the floor with an injured right ankle on Saturday afternoon. He did not return to the game in the second half. “He’s our toughest kid. Read More...
 

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