World news – Updates and highlights: No. 1 Gonzaga leads at Pepperdine at 20


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.

3:51 – Gonzaga 92, Pepperdine 62: The Bulldogs bring in three newbies to watch the final four minutes in Malibu.

Dominick Harris, Julian Strawther and Ben Gregg are all in the square for the Zags. Harris and Gregg were quick to pick up fouls on touch calls. Harris was ordered to detain Pepperdine’s Colbey Ross, and Gregg was whistled for an illegal screen before his classmate Jalen Suggs did a 3-pointer.

6:37 – Gonzaga 85, Pepperdine 58: The Bulldogs build their lead behind you dominant Drew Timme continues.

Andrew Nembhard added 17 points for Gonzaga. Corey Kispert has 16 points and Aaron Cook has 15.

Timme has been in trouble but has the ability to break free. Find the open Ayayi who feels Watson and gives him an easy end. This team is interchangeable.

11:55 – Gonzaga 68, Pepperdine 47: A pair of 3-pointers from Gonzaga guard Andrew Nembhard gives him 12 points and the Bulldogs have their biggest lead in the game.

Pepperdine decided to double Nembhard when the ball hit the post and the Florida transfer paid the Waves with two open 3s to catch and shoot. He also has seven assists.

Colbey Ross has up to 11 points for the waves. The point guard only shoots 4 of 11 and has three fouls.

15:21 – Gonzaga 60, Pepperdine 40: Drew Timme has six points in the first five minutes of the second half and Gonzaga leads with 20.

Gonzaga point guard Jalen Suggs sat on the bench after suffering two fouls in six seconds. The newcomer has four fouls, two points and three rebounds.

Gonzaga 49, Pepperdine 34: The Bulldogs No. 1 have three goalscorers in the double digits as they lead the waves 15 points ahead.

Backup Guard Aaron Cook has 12 points to lead GU. Corey Kispert has 11 points and Drew Timme has 10.

Kessler Edwards leads Pepperdine with nine points. Coleby Ross and Sedrick Altman added eight each.

After a quick start from Ross and the Waves, Gonzaga took a 21-2 lead mid-half and took a 28-18 lead. Cook then scored the Zags’ next eight points to increase the lead to 36-21.

Both point guards, Pepperdines Ross and Gonzagas Jalen Suggs, each recorded two fouls in the half. Ross played 18 minutes while Suggs was capped at eight.

Gonzaga went 5 out of 13 out of 3 in the half, with Kispert making three and Cook connecting two.

Half: GU 49-34. Cook 12 points, Nembhard 6 points and 6 templates. Kispert 11 points, Timme 10. Zags shot 62%, 15-5 lead on points from sales

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

The waves are 70% and have succeeded with eight points in the suit.

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

Pepperdine missed the last five shots, while the Bulldogs connected five of their last six attempts.

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 am

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

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

Cook scored eight Gonzaga points in a row with a pair of 3-pointers and a quick break-in after a theft to give GU a 36-21 advantage. 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.

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