The Express players had some time off and are back to practice. They will be healthy and ready. I've seen film of Bellingham, so now I can say without bias - it'll be a three-peat for Elkhart.
I wasn't the one said they'd win because of the home-court advantage - I'm just sayin' it's probably not the advantage others think it is. May be something for hanging on the entrance to get the fans riled up, though. But isn't that why they have the music going the whole game?Great locker room quote
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I'm not an Express fan, but it's no contest. The Express will win. If the Steelheads were around, then it still wouldn't be a contest. The Steelheads would win. Sigh! The best of the East vs. the best of the West is no contest.
But you should be! It should be an easy switch since the IBL Steelheads have the same colors as the Express - just cheer for the gold/blue. The difference in courtside ticket prices will make up for the gas $ (well, most of it anyways). You just have to learn to drink your Coke plain instead of enhanced.I'm not an Express fan,
"I've seen film of Bellingham, so now I can say without bias - it'll be a three-peat for Elkhart."[/quote]
I followed the game online (Thank you, Bellingham!) but really missed the excitement of being at a game. What was the atmosphere like? Full house? Were the fans active or just sitting on their hands until the end? Strong defense by Bellingham or did Elkhart do themselves in?