Gonzaga Basketball: Gonzaga Bulldogs team is an intercollegiate men’s basketball program that representing Gonzaga University located in Spokane, Washington.
Bulldogs teams participate in university competitions organized by the NCAA, except those of rowing that do so in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association. In the NCAA they are part of the West Coast Conference.
In the 1910s and 1920s, Gonzaga aspired to be the “Notre Dame of the West” and acquired the nickname of Fighting Irish. In 1921 he changed to bulldogs. They are also known as Zags.
Men’s basketball has always been Gonzaga’s most successful team. Since 2004, it plays its matches at the McCarthey Athletic Center. After its opening, the Bulldogs maintained a streak of 38 consecutive games winning, the longest in the history of the NCAA, cut in February 2007 by Santa Clara Broncos.
Bulldogs have always been considered a large team. Gonzaga is one of 9 universities that has gained access to the NCAA tournament in the last 9 years, and the only program of his conference to do so.
Notable basketball players who have studied in Gonzaga are John Stockton, Adam Morrison, Dan Dickau, Ronny Turiaf, Kelly Olynyk, Domantas Sabonis, Przemek Karnowski and Rui Hachimura, among others.
Gonzaga Bulldogs had 15 of its players who receive the WCC Player of the Year award and 2 players, Frank Burgess in 1961 with 32.4 points per game. In addition, Adam Morrison in 2006 with 28.1 points per game has led the country in scoring. Find more about NCAA here.
What types of bets can be made in basketball?
The basketball betting markets are very wide and far from being limited to the winner. The absence of a tie as a possibility breaks with the speculation that does stand out in other sports.
The truth is that there are several markets much more interesting and profitable than that of betting on the game. The “Over / Under” is a classic in basketball betting: the goal is to guess if the total points will pass or not a certain line.