Posted by Cool Guy on February 24, 2017 at 22:51:33:
In Reply to: Re: Macabuhay posted by POS on February 24, 2017 at 22:09:15:
: : : : : Julia Macabuhay is the best point guard in the San Gabriel Valley ! She is averaging 30 pts a game in the playoffs, and carrying an average team on her back ! She is coming off ACL suregery and shes better than ever ask Flintridge Prep !! She is dDivision 3A player of the year !!! Take that to the bank.
: : : : Thanks Dad!!! Your the best!!!
: : : Probably shouldn't insult people if you don't know this difference between your and you're* ^
: : : On a brighter side, Macabuhay is a dominate guard. She has good handles, great court vision, and a intense competitiveness to her. I've watched her play since she was in 7th grade and even then, she was a dominate player sometimes playing against girls 2 or 3 grades older. I wonder how she would stack up against other dominate guards?
: : will she win MVP of her league?
: LOL!! So a guard that plays on a team that no one pays attention to is having a good year. But there are no stats to compare her to other guards just someone saying that she is averaging 30 points a game. Seems fishy. She did have 37 points against Flintridge Prep. Good for her, even an average player can have a great game or get hot. Plus, an average player would look great against horrible competition. Just look at who La Salle has played this season. "She has good handles and great court vision," so would anybody that plays a bunch of JV teams disguised varsity teams. La Salle has 9 losses to average teams or dare I say below average teams. That should answer your question on how she would do against other dominate guards or better teams. Just face it, she is a Division 2 guard at best and nothing to be raving about, unless you are her parents or her coach.
Is this what you do with your free time? Come online and talk smack about a 16 year old? Lets face the pure hard facts, basketball is not what it used to be. So this type of "average" guard could be picked up to a low division one school or even maybe a higher division one school. I've seen kids with lesser talent go to big time colleges. Another note, you put her on any of the top teams in Orange County and surround her with other players, there is no doubt in my mind that she succeeds and elevates teams to a whole other level. Bottom line, don't talk smack about things you clearly have no idea about.
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