World news – Updates and Highlights: # 1 Gonzaga leads at Pepperdine


Follow us here as the Gonzaga Bulldogs # 1 (16-0, 7-0 WCC) play the Pepperdine Waves (7-7, 3-2) at Firestone Fieldhouse in Malibu, California tonight. The game is scheduled for 5 p.m. PST. You can watch it on ESPN.

3:27 – Gonzaga 43, Pepperdine 28: Aaron Cook has 12 points for the Bulldogs after a prolific run of possessions.

Cook scored eight Gonzaga points in a row with a couple 3-pointer and a quick break-in after a theft to give GU a 36-21 lead. The backup guard is 5-of-6 shooting.

Corey Kispert added 11 points for the Zags. It’s 3 out of 5 from the 3-point range.

Not a super exciting highlight, but newbie, sophomore, and even junior Corey Kispert don’t. Senior Kispert makes this simple crossover step back 3 look easy.

7:46 – Gonzaga 28, Pepperdine 18: Corey Kispert has eight points and the Bulldogs have fought back from an early 9-point deficit and are leading by 10 points.

11:33 – Pepperdine 16, Gonzaga 15: An 8-0 run in the last four minutes brings the Zags back in 1.

Pepperdine has missed the last five shots, while the Bulldogs missed five of their last six Attempts to connect.

Zags back within one, 16-15, after a couple of FGs from Watson, Suggs, Steal and Dive, and Ayayi Layup. GU in the 8-0 run. Waves didn’t hit in 4:08.

15:41 – Pepperdine 15, Gonzaga 7: Wave guard Colbey Ross has six points, which gives him 2,000 for his career, and Pepperdine sees little resistance from Gonzaga’s defense.

The waves shoot 70% and have succeeded with eight points in the color.

No. 1 Gonzaga tries to get a better grip on Pepperdine
The Waves appear to be playing their best basketball when they face the high-ranking Zags on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Firestone Fieldhouse in Malibu. | Continue reading « 

Gonzaga-Pepperdine Keys Matchup: Keep an eye on the Kessler Edwards-Corey Kispert matchup
Colbey Ross remains Pepperdine’s driving force with 16.5 points and 7.4 assists per game in his senior season, but pal Kessler Edwards gives the Waves a strong one-two. | Continue reading « 

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