By Andy Patton, Locked On Zags: Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs made a clear and definitive statement on Friday morning: they aren’t going anywhere.
Despite losing Drew Timme, Rasir Bolton, and Julian Strawther to the professional ranks and Hunter Sallis, Efton Reid, and Dominick Harris to the transfer portal, the Zags pulled off an extraordinary transfer portal heist by securing commitments from former Creighton point guard Ryan Nembhard and Wyoming center Graham Ike Friday morning.
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Nembhard was thought to be a lock to join Tommy Lloyd at Arizona, but instead he will follow in his brother Andrew's footsteps and transfer to Gonzaga.
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