Drew Timme: Post game| Ranking| Effect| Speech


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Drew Timme: Post game| Ranking| Effect| Speech

Drew Timme ( born September 9, 2000) is an American college basketball player for the Gonzaga Bulldogs of the West Coast Conference (WCC).

No. 2 – Gonzaga Bulldogs
Position Power forward / Center
League West Coast Conference
Personal information
Born September 9, 2000 (age 21)
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
Listed weight 235 lb (107 kg)
Career information
High school J. J. Pearce
(Richardson, Texas)
College Gonzaga (2019–present)

Post game

Drew Timme: Post game| Ranking| Effect| Speech

1 seed Gonzaga Bulldogs survived Saturday night against No 8 seed Memphis Tigers in a round of 32 game with Final Four intensity. Memphis was one of college basketball’s hottest teams since the lineup changes in late January, and they pushed the Zags to their absolute limits. Gonzaga, 82-78, survived to advance to Sweet 16 at least for the seventh year in a row.

Memphis took a 10-point lead at halftime, but star center Drew Timmey woke up in the second half to guide Gonzaga to victory. Timme scored 21 of his 25 points after halftime, wreaking havoc on Memphis’ internal defense, putting his top players in wrong trouble and then hitting a series of incredible hook shots and floaters in the paint.

Timme was interviewed by CBS after the game and asked what he said about the double-digit deal with the Zags during halftime. His response was a hilarious example of self-censorship.


Drew Timme: Post game| Ranking| Effect| Speech

Timme elevated his game in his second year, moving into an early role as a volume-scoring rim runner with a variety of old-school post moves. Led WCC in scoring and GU with 19.0 points per game and 7.0 boards. Was a breakout star in the NCAA tournament, where he scored a total of 119 points, including 100 in a four-game stretch against UCLA (25), USC (23), Creighton (22) and Oklahoma (career-high 30). Earned the Karl Malone Award for the nation’s top forward, was named to the All-NCAA Tournament First Team and received second-team All-America honors from The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated.
Father Scouting Report: Named to the WCC All-Freshman Team after appearing in 33 games and averaging 9.8 points and 5.4 rebounds. Led the team in shooting 62.1% and was on the WCC All-Tournament team.


As the extended Timme family sat down at a local coffee shop on Saturday afternoon, they had yet to focus their attention on Gonzaga’s difficult match against rising Memphis. With the top-ranked and top-seeded Bulldogs still hours to go in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, their championship hopes were fueled by the mustache-shaping, biceps-flexing, kiss-blowing forward, whom the Timmey family had in their hands. known by the name. (heavily disputed) tic-tac-toe champion.

Drew, the oldest of Megan and Matt’s three children, was at a nearby hotel, in the lounge with his Gonzaga teammates, preparing to play again and continuing his latest run at an sometimes elusive title. Was. The other four members of the family huddled around the cell phone of his younger brother, Walker. On screen, he spied a familiar foe—Boiler, the program that toppled the undefeated Zags in last year’s national championship game. 1 Baylor was trailing against North Carolina. It later lost to the Tar Heels, and when Timms saw this, he didn’t say much. Nodes were exchanged. Maybe a stern smile or two. But now was not the time to celebrate.


Gonzaga fell to the Arkansas Razorbacks at the Bulldogs Sweet 16. Despite being one of the best teams this season, the Bulldogs were handled by the Razorbacks’ powerful defense. It was a brutal end to another season that began with no championship hopes.

At the post-game press conference, Drew Timme tearfully answered a question about his message to the team after the loss.