Dec 3, 18, 03:22 AM #2
Everything looks good with the exception of Caldwell at 10 and Lyon at 12. Lyon beat Caldwell by 11 to open the season. All in all good job again Silo.
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Dec 3, 18, 09:33 AM #3Yea I struggled with whether I should drop Caldwell under Lyon. Caldwell definitely has the talent to be better than what they are, and Lyon played a great game against them. It's the first week, it will all pan out by season's end.
Dec 3, 18, 01:12 PM #4Caldwell County is missing not having Jameer Riley on the inside. They miss his physicality inside.
UHA is better than last year, and that's scary. But they still have lapses where certian players try to "get theirs" when they get a lead, and that leads to lulls.
Hoptown can be a really good team come March. So can Madisonville. They are the two teams most likely to beat UHA in both the regular season and postseason.
Dec 4, 18, 11:22 AM #5
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Hoptown has strong post play and depth, but nothing in the back-court. County has pesky skilled-guards, but not a lot of depth or post players. If Hoptown can find a point guard they can be a really tough out in the post-season.
Webster is always an interesting team. Well coached and Newton always has to do "more with less" per say. With R2 being down this year, I could see them being one of the better teams behind UHA and Madisonville.
Dec 6, 18, 11:16 AM #6