Posted by Fan on May 16, 2019 at 17:54:23:
In Reply to: Re: Pacific League posted by Follower on May 13, 2019 at 09:51:25:
: : How will the Pacific League be next season? Seems to be a competitive league each year with the top 4 or 5 teams...
: Always one of the most competitive leagues filled with second tier type teams. All are well coached and the games are competitive. The league champion rarely goes undefeated and usually has at least two losses.
: Pasadena should be the favorite. They have almost everyone back including the league's leading scorer. Solid point guard and bigs. This should be their year.
: Burroughs has its top two players back but they lose a lot of guards, including both PGs. They should still be one of the favorites again, like always.
: CV graduates 3 or 4 starters. They will be down this year, but every year since their championship season, they are supposed to be down and they always compete for the league title. They will be interesting to watch this summer.
: Arcadia also graduates almost everyone, including their Big Three. They still have a great guard and big post player. They will be rebuilding though.
: Glendale has all of their big post players back. They have a 5'10 small forward, 6'0 Center and another 6'4 Center... but they lose all, or most, of their guards. If they can develop some ball handlers, they will be in the hunt with their size.
: Burbank is in full rebuild mode. There is size in the program.
: Muir should be considerably better. They have a great post player who is only a sophomore. They will also be the favorite to win their CIF division if they make the playoffs.
: Hoover is just terrible and it just doesn't seem that they care all that much.
The Pasadena guard is perhaps the most dynamic scorer in the league. Burroughs 6’ forward is the most complete player, arguably the best player in the league. CV will always be tough, Coach Perez seems to find a way. Acadia is another tough team although they did graduate a lot. Muir I think will surprise a few teams because they do have a few long athletes. Glendale and Burbank will struggle but still be competitive. Hoover will be Hoover.
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