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Gonzaga’s Przemek Karnowski shoots over Saint Mary’s Jordan Hunter in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game during the championship of the West Coast Conference tournament, Tuesday, March 7, 2017, in Las Vegas. The Gonzaga’s Bulldogs comprised that cute little team from Spokane, the one that constantly made trouble in the NCAA tournament and constantly had its name mispronounced. The last 18 of those NCAA trips have been under head coach Mark Few. So while the Bulldogs are still from Spokane, they are no longer just troublemakers. For all of Gonzaga’s impressive history, when you examine the Bulldogs’ resume, one thing pops out: They have never reached a Final Four. This is the team that will end the Final Fourless streak and get to college basketball’s ultimate destination. They methodically pounded down South Dakota State in the NCAA opener, then held off a rallying Northwestern team for an emotional second-round victory. So if one thing isn’t going well for us, we can do a different thing and score off that.” And the Zags play defense, too. When the Bulldogs do break through on Saturday and earn a trip to Phoenix for the Final Four, you also have to believe that Few can proclaim this as his best team. There’s probably two or three others that should be in that mix.
(AP Photo/John Locher) SAN JOSE — It’s time for someone to kill Cinderella. (Say it “Gon-Zag-Uh,” not “Gon-Zog-Uh.”) For years, the Bulldogs were the fun pick to bust a bracket and draw pats on the head for good effort. The Bulldogs have been to the Sweet Sixteen the last two seasons. With a 34-1 record, they are a legitimate threat to win the entire NCAA tournament. Have you seen the tangle-bearded 7-foot-1, 300-pound center, Przemek Karnowsky? Therefore, as an unbiased observer from a clinically detached yet traffic-clogged Silicon Valley city, I hereby proclaim the following about the Zags of 2017: This is the year. The Bulldogs–sometimes known as the Zags–merely have to win two games at SAP Center this weekend. The Bulldogs are impressive in their scoring balance, with five players averaging in double figures for the season. “Obviously, every year there’s expectation like that,” Karnowski said Wednesday before the Bulldogs’ practice session. But I think this year we have a lot of weapons that we can use. Ultimately, that’s what Northwestern coach Chris Collins believes will be the Zags’ decisive factor in reaching their Final Four destiny. “They’re good enough to get there, no question about it,” Collins told me after his team’s loss to the Zags. But he wouldn’t do that after his two victories in Salt Lake City. Ultimately, we’re going to have to accomplish that Final Four to kind of put it to rest and all that.” On Saturday, rest will come.
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First, they will have to beat West Virginia on Thursday afternoon in the first game of the Sweet Sixteen doubleheader. They have a one-man energy machine in point guard Nigel Williams-Goss. “Obviously, they’re right there,” Few said when I asked him about it. Do you ever say, ‘You know what, you’re the best kid I’ve got?
But that’s where Collins said the learning experience of reaching the last two Sweet Sixteens–and making it to the Regional Finals two years ago before losing to top-seeded Duke–should pay off for the Zags.
And I think they’re very underrated when it comes to their defense.” Thursday’s opponent, West Virginia, is also a lockdown defensive team and famous for its full-court press.
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