Rio Grande Valley
Walker Russell, Jr.
* indicates rookie (some didn't have bio's so I'm not 100%, but I researched what I could) NEED 2.
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1) Kevin Lyde- 610- C
2) Kibwe Trim- 610- C
3) Rod Benson- 610- PF
4) Armein Kirkland- 68- Rookie- SF
5) Carlos Powell- 67- SF
6) David Palmer- 67- SF
7) Dontell Jefferson- 64- SG
8) Blake Ahearn- 62- Rookie- SG
9) David Bell- 61- PG
10) Maurice Baker- 61- PG
'01-'02 CBA Champions
'03-'04 CBA Champions
'06-'07 D-League Champions
We're coming for you Iowa!
My projected final Toros roster (already posted in another thread) reads like this:
Justin Bowen- 6'7" 210
Anthony Fuqua- 6'11" 225
Eric Dawson- 6'9" 235
Daryl Dorsey- 6'0" 170
Carldell Johnson- 5'10" 180
Keith Langford- 6'4" 215
Kenton Paulino- 6'1" 185
Kevin Pittsnogle- 6'11" 240
Brad Stricker- 6'11" 280
Marcus Williams-6'7" 205
The Toros have traditionally kept all the players they allocated; that's the main reason I kept Paulino (from UT) on the roster. I think Dawson would have made the team either way as the team could really use his athleticism and shot blocking whenever Mahinmi is called back up to San Antonio.
I think Stricker will be on the bubble as the most waivable guy if someone more attractive becomes available in the player pool.
With Kaniel Dickens and Eddie Gill, along with Terrence Crawford and Elton Brown leading the team, the 14ers are going to be unstoppable. Unless those 4 players receive NBA call-ups (very likely that some will), expect to see Colorado in the championship game again.
I'd say I like who the Wizards have right now. I still hope Renaldo Major will be able to return. Too bad Darius Rice went overseas. He was sooooooo close to the NBA!
Idaho ought to be good with Randy Livingston leading them again, along with Coach Gates. As for the other teams, I really haven't gotten a chance to really look through them. I've really only been paying attention to the former CBA teams. I hope it's another good season!
Idaho ought to be good with Randy Livingston leading them again, along with Coach Gates. As for the other teams, I really haven't gotten a chance to really look through them. I've really only been paying attention to the former CBA teams. I hope it's another good season![/quote]
IMO LA, Colorado and Idaho clearly have the three best teams.
LA has Chase, Green, Whaley and Banks; plus most likely the best big in the league McCoy. I'm also interested in Evan Burns one of the top five players in his Sr. H.S. class that ran into acd. problems and only played one year at SD State.
Dude could be a sleeper that finds his way to the league in a year or so.