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Jalen Suggs sat down for a post-game zoom media session wearing a freshly cut net around her neck

“Coach (Mark) Few gave it to me,” Suggs said. “I thought he would give it to me for a second and he said, ‘No, you keep it’ I didn’t mean to wear it so I did just thrown it on my neck””

The Zags cut the net to celebrate after securing a spot in the Final Four with an easy 85-66 win over USC. Suggs played a key role in Gonzaga’s recent double-digit win

The freshman point guard flirted with a triple-double with his best game of the tournament. He accumulated 18 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists. Suggs made a total of a pair of 3s and 7 of 11 strokes
He had strayed a little from his game, made 14 turnovers and taken 10 of 28 shots while averaging 8.77 points in Gonzaga’s first three tournament victories. He wrote one to longtime friend Paige Bueckers, the standout newcomer to UConn Assistance in getting back into shape at

Suggs texted and FaceTimed Bueckers after scoring 28 points to help the Huskies survive Baylor 69-67 Monday night. Suggs said he was pacing and “extremely nervous” when he saw him watched the huskies hold on

“She said some things that really helped me,” said Suggs, who grew up near Bueckers, Minnesota. “I was struggling to get my foot in these tournament games”When she saw how she went out and played great like her and then talked, of course she said some words that somehow lifted me up. It got me going

Suggs had a great first half with 13 points, six boards, and five assists to get USC into a 49-30 hole. He was one of several defenders who took turns against Trojans point guard Tahj Eaddy, who scored 11 points in 4-of-13

Suggs called his decision to come to Gonzaga “the best decision I have ever made. He said he wanted to play for a winning program that would bring that success to the NCAA tournament, but he also wanted the family piece” / P>

“I didn’t want to come and be another piece of the puzzle just so they could use me for those six, seven months, make a profit and somehow send me to the next part of my journey,” he said these people started recruiting me, they were straight and up front. They treated me honestly, like I was one of them, like I was part of their family from day one ”

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