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2014 Gonzaga Men's Basketball Players

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  • No. 0 Silas Melson

    No. 0 Silas Melson

    Thursday, November 13 2014 9:19 PM EST2014-11-14 02:19:04 GMT
    Silas Melson is a big part of Gonzaga's future plans and has the power to electrify the crowd as he did by winning the dunk contest at GU's Midnight Madness.More >>
    Silas Melson is a big part of Gonzaga's future plans and has the power to electrify the crowd as he did by winning the dunk contest at GU's Midnight Madness.
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  • No. 2 Angel Nunez

    No. 2 Angel Nunez

    Tuesday, December 2 2014 7:31 PM EST2014-12-03 00:31:38 GMT
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    Angel Nunez returns for what might possibly be his senior season playing for Mark Few. With the appeal pending the NCAA ruled that Nunez would be a senior this year after he transferred to Gonzaga from Louisville and began playing half way through last season after sitting out the first semester due to NCAA transfer rules.More >>
    Angel Nunez returns for what might possibly be his senior season playing for Mark Few. With the appeal pending the NCAA ruled that Nunez would be a senior this year after he transferred to Gonzaga from Louisville and began playing half way through last season after sitting out the first semester due to NCAA transfer rules.More >>
  • No. 3 Kyle Dranginis

    No. 3 Kyle Dranginis

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    Kyle Dranginis chose Gonzaga after having a storied high school career at Skyview High School where he was the two-time Idaho Gatorade Player of the Year and two-time Idaho State Player of the Year. On Mark Few's team Dranginis has settled into his key role off of the bench where he has made an impact both offensively and defensively for the Zags over the past two seasons.More >>
    Kyle Dranginis chose Gonzaga after having a storied high school career at Skyview High School where he was the two-time Idaho Gatorade Player of the Year and two-time Idaho State Player of the Year. On Mark Few's team Dranginis has settled into his key role off of the bench where he has made an impact both offensively and defensively for the Zags over the past two seasons.
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  • No. 4 Kevin Pangos

    No. 4 Kevin Pangos

    Friday, November 21 2014 6:47 PM EST2014-11-21 23:47:51 GMT
    Kevin Pangos walked onto the court at The Kennel and became an immediate star in his freshman season and his leadership has continued into his final season at Gonzaga with one of the most talented teams Mark Few has ever coached.More >>
    Kevin Pangos walked onto the court at The Kennel and became an immediate star in his freshman season and his leadership has continued into his final season at Gonzaga with one of the most talented teams Mark Few has ever coached. More >>
  • No. 5 Gary Bell Jr.

    No. 5 Gary Bell Jr.

    Friday, November 21 2014 7:14 PM EST2014-11-22 00:14:57 GMT
    Gary Bell Jr. has been an important cog in the Gonzaga machine since he came on as a freshman from Kent, Wash. in 2011. Now Bell's role has expanded to leader as the senior guard spearheads another season with his backcourt co-host Kevin Pangos.More >>
    Gary Bell Jr. has been an important cog in the Gonzaga machine since he came on as a freshman from Kent, Wash. in 2011. Now Bell's role has expanded to leader as the senior guard spearheads another season with his backcourt co-host Kevin Pangos.More >>
  • No. 10 Bryan Alberts

    No. 10 Bryan Alberts

    Thursday, November 13 2014 8:54 PM EST2014-11-14 01:54:36 GMT
    Bryan Alberts enters Gonzaga for his freshman season after spending his prep career at Village Christian High School in Northridge, Calif., choosing the Zags over offers from schools including Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford, Tulane, Washington, and Wisconsin.More >>
    Bryan Alberts enters Gonzaga for his freshman season after spending his prep career at Village Christian High School in Northridge, Calif., choosing the Zags over offers from schools including Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford, Tulane, Washington, and Wisconsin. More >>
  • No. 11 Domantas Sabonis

    No. 11 Domantas Sabonis

    Thursday, November 13 2014 11:59 PM EST2014-11-14 04:59:10 GMT
    The son of former NBA Hall of Fame big man Arvydas Sabonis, Domantas comes to Gonzaga with professional basketball experience already under his belt after most recently playing for Unicaja Malaga in the Spanish ACB (the top level of professional basketball in Spain).More >>
    The son of former NBA Hall of Fame big man Arvydas Sabonis, Domantas comes to Gonzaga with professional basketball experience already under his belt after most recently playing for Unicaja Malaga in the Spanish ACB (the top level of professional basketball in Spain).
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  • No. 13 Josh Perkins

    No. 13 Josh Perkins

    Thursday, November 13 2014 11:15 PM EST2014-11-14 04:15:40 GMT
    After attending one of the best prep basketball programs in his senior year of high school, Huntington Prep (Huntington, W.V.), Josh Perkins joins the Zags backcourt as one of the highest-rated recruits to ever join the Zags.More >>
    After attending one of the best prep basketball programs in his senior year of high school, Huntington Prep (Huntington, W.V.), Josh Perkins joins the Zags backcourt as one of the highest-rated recruits to ever join the Zags.
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  • No. 21 Eric McClellan

    No. 21 Eric McClellan

    Much like Angel Nunez did last season, Eric McClellan will be able to join the Gonzaga team on the court after sitting out the first semester--basically the first half of the season--due to NCAA rules after transferring from Vanderbilt. The Zags will be the third team McClellan has played for in as many years even though the redshirt junior has had success on the court.More >>
    Much like Angel Nunez did last season, Eric McClellan will be able to join the Gonzaga team on the court after sitting out the first semester--basically the first half of the season--due to NCAA rules after transferring from Vanderbilt. The Zags will be the third team McClellan has played for in as many years even though the redshirt junior has had success on the court.More >>
  • No. 22 Byron Wesley

    No. 22 Byron Wesley

    It's not every day a team can get another team's top scorer via transfer, but when Gonzaga landed Byron Wesley after he graduated early from Southern California that's exactly what happened. Wesley has turned his experience playing for the Trojans into being an immediate impact on the court for Mark Few.More >>
    It's not every day a team can get another team's top scorer via transfer, but when Gonzaga landed Byron Wesley after he graduated early from Southern California that's exactly what happened. Wesley has turned his experience playing for the Trojans into being an immediate impact on the court for Mark Few. More >>
  • No. 24 Przemek Karnowski

    No. 24 Przemek Karnowski

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    Gonzaga big man Przemek Karnowski was a prominent star in his youth years in the European basketball circuit and has continued his success with the Bulldogs, entering his second season as the starting center. Karnowski was named to the All-West Coast Conference Freshman team while playing 34 games in his first season with the Zags in 2012-13.More >>
    Gonzaga big man Przemek Karnowski was a prominent star in his youth years in the European basketball circuit and has continued his success with the Bulldogs, entering his second season as the starting center. Karnowski was named to the All-West Coast Conference Freshman team while playing 34 games in his first season with the Zags in 2012-13.
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  • No. 33 Kyle Wiltjer

    No. 33 Kyle Wiltjer

    When Gonzaga got a second chance at nabbing Kyle Wiltjer to joint its men's basketball team there was no second guessing involved. The 6-foot-10 sharpshooting forward decided to transfer from Kentucky after his sophomore season and a National Championship under his belt and every Gonzaga fan is thankful he did.More >>
    When Gonzaga got a second chance at nabbing Kyle Wiltjer to joint its men's basketball team there was no second guessing involved. The 6-foot-10 sharpshooting forward decided to transfer from Kentucky after his sophomore season and a National Championship under his belt and every Gonzaga fan is thankful he did.
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