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Tashira Rucson's Off-Season Observations-Predictions - FurSports-net

Postby JWolfman » October 18th, 2017, 8:52 am

FBA OFF-SEASON OBSERVATIONS
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Alaska Arctics
Signings/Additions - Mark Gerena Jr, Kelsey Norath, Josh Severt (Rookie), Amy Weise (Rookie)

This might be a very rough season for the Arctics. Cliff Matthiews deserved the MVP award from last season, but even a top-tier talent like him cannot bring a championship to the frigid north without good support, and unfortunately the Arctics might be lacking with that here. Devon Kellendyne may be past his prime, and frankly the team losing Ambrose Slade to retirement will definitely be felt. However, this is a young team overall, and has potential to grow. This is a team in the middle of rebuilding, and there will be growing pains.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Albany Alphas
Signings/Additions - Mathiyazhagan Balasubramaniam, Emil O'Rourke, Gilbert Exen, Timur Tomilin, Stefan Kikovic, Niran Panichkul (rookie)

Just let me be brutal here, okay? The Alphas did not do a good job in the off-season. Panichkul is a good signing, that much is good, but then the Free Agency period happened and... silence. Albany only made one signing offer of any decent note, and that was toward their star player, Rodger Umaechi. They literally placed all the eggs in the husky basket, and made no real improvements for the rest of the roster. Losing Umaechi in the always-risky Free Agency gamble is not something to just shrug off; this was a huge blow to the team that will have ripple effects for the rest of the players. As a result, the team signed up Exen, whom might be past his prime, Kikovic, whom is past his prime, O'Rourke, whom impressed in the D-League but not as much in the FBA, and signed back Tomilin, an average player with only a few moments of shining as above-average. Now Albany has a starting core of Redmane, Pratt, Balasubramaniam, Kivar, and either Panichkul or Frestrikial/Tomilin. Also, the entire team except for the rookie... yes, the ENTIRE TEAM EXCEPT FOR THE ROOKIE will be free agents after the end of this season. Rebuilding is a huge gamble, and when management has already gotten their sights to next season and not this season, that doesn't speak a good message to the players already in this team. I'm certain the team will look forward to next season, as this season doesn't look good.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Arizona Whips
Signings/Additions - Kamakani Iona, Jeremy Goodnight (rookie), Serhan Tevelogu, Morgan McCarthy, JC Golde (rookie), Blanc Mange, Brad Pullman, Logan Greene, Ezra Rhys Blackwell (rookie), Sakarias Elkholm (rookie), Todd Stewart (rookie)

The Whips made some huge shifting this off-season, and was one of the busiest teams in the entire league. Five rookies will make their debut with the Whips, and some old faces will don the Whips jerseys for the first time. I have a good feeling that the Whips will finally not only reach the playoffs but go far on it. However, Mange's leadership will be put to the test as many of these players never played with each other before as a team, and frankly the team will miss Lance Wildfyre's presence (and weight) on the court. When they traded him off, they received Shou Masaru in return, which is an okay trade by itself, but then Masaru was traded to the Wildcards and now the team has no real fitting prospect to fill Wildfyre's shoes. Iona doesn't cut it, at all. This team may actually struggle this season due to the inexperience, but Mange and McCarthy are good leaders and this team has strong potential as long as management give the team time and opportunity to grow.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #5-8 seed

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Baltimore Spirits
Signings/Additions - Lindsey Morrison, Rodger Umaechi, Erik Toivonen, Rytis Konstanblackas, Mahmud Zarif, Joao-Miguel Tavares (rookie), Lucy Cousland (rookie)

The Spirits managed to bring in three decent talents via Free Agency and trade this season. Lindsey Morrison can shine as a starter PG in a team that is a bit overcrowded with guards. Toivonen's trade to Baltimore was a major shock early in the off-season, and he can be an excellent pair on the post with Hartnett. Then there's Rodger Umaechi. Good grief, why did it take you so damn long to make a decision? Right to the last minute too! Like... the day of the Spirits' first preseason game!! I'm pretty sure the Spirits management already knew he was going to be signing with them before the announcement but geez, man. While their core of starters seem strong, once again it is the bench to be concerned about. Remember what I said earlier about the team overcrowded with guards? You have Victor Vos and Joey Cox, certainly, but their ages could be an issue and their roles might be diminished in favor of younger teammates. Kortni Whitelatch is an average support for Umaechi, so more reliance might rest onto the rookie Tavares. Cousland can be a good bench PG, but I heard rumors that she may be a Public Relations nightmare. Hey, I'm a feminist and lesbian, and here I am worrying about Cousland's potential mouth getting her into trouble. Li'Arci is decent support as SG but may be drowned out in the sea of Baltimore guards.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #5-8 seed

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Bangor Tides
Signings/Additions - Lance Wildfyre, Leon Delmont (Rookie), Randulf Mackenbach, Cassidy Whitelatch, Gary Elsinore (Rookie), Kalsang Namcaki

Alright, let's just get this part over with: The signing of Lance Wildfyre did shake the league and it happened right during the beginning of the Draft, as if it was purposely timed to cause the biggest impact. But now as the shock died down, was trading off Shou Masaru, Blanc Mange, and Logan Greene worth it? Maybe. That is only a maybe. Shou Masaru is an underappreciated PG that still has potential to be a Top Ten or even Five player in the role, while Blanc Mange still has good years left in his career. The Tides took a huge gamble in acquiring Wildfyre, and it can be a boon or bust for them. Then later on in the Draft, they traded off Benjamin Durby, which I believe to be a mistake and a benefit for the Dakota Bikers. Cassidy Whitelatch is not a great alternative for Durby, and I have a feeling Durby's presence will be missed as the season progresses. However, the Tides are still a strong team with strong rookies such as Leon Delmont, and Raoul Kidane can still dominate the post. Their bench however may hamper them.

PREDICTION - Playoff-Bound as #5-8 seed

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Biloxi Voodoo
Signings/Additions - Brandon Dreyvus, Derek Kim, Sterling Bengtzing, Xavier Knutten, Scott Parsons, Henrick Fischer (Rookie), Mustafa Sokolovic (Rookie), Kaspar Kuusik (Rookie)

The Voodoo missed the playoffs last season and their management had done a terrific job of rebuilding in the off-season. Their first major steal happened soon after the Draft when Derek Kim made the decision to sign with the team, and will likely take the PG starting spot from Andrius Vikasaitis. Then Sterling Bengtzing signed up with the team amid much hype, and finally veteran Xavier Knutten signed with the team late, surprisingly overlooked by the rest of the league during the Free Agency. Lee Evans may still continue to lead the team, and the team now has a solid core of starters (with Kim, Bengtzing, Evans and Feckle as the stand-outs) and an above-average bench to support them. This team is now more than just a playoff-contending team, this is a championship-contending team.

PREDICTION - Playoff-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Dakota Bikers
Signings/Additions - Benjamin Durby, Jonathan Lawyer, Dylan Redfield, Samantha Canuteson, Roni Fulton, Allen Bannarasee Nantakam (rookie), Thorne Tanner (rookie), Jaylen Rose (rookie), Matthew Silvius

After a shockingly horrible season, the Bikers limped into the off-season with a new outlook to the future. Amid some great signings at the Draft, they brought in Durby, whom can fill in the PF or C role very nicely and might be the trigger that lured Dylan Redfield back into the team from Free Agency. Lawyer and Silvius are a great fit as starting guards, with Fulton and Nantakam having a good chance to support them from the bench. Questions still remain however on their bench and reserves. Shields Jr, Hayes, and Poulletier are average but aren't stand-outs, and Canuteson may struggle as bench support for Durby and may need Mika Mishima to help from the bench. Overall however, the Bikers management made smart choices after such a rough season, and they might be going back to the days when they were competitive. Losing Ryan Malone is a blow, but not dramatically so. Considering Redfield had been given the role as Captain, things would've imploded if Malone came back to them.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Edmonton Totems
Signings/Additions - Francois Martineau, Leroy Wyatt, Lenny Hicks, Connor Caracal, Koichi Ishikawa (rookie), Pierre Caro (rookie), Yu Huali (rookie)

Okay so you lost a training camp game against a FBA D-League team, Edmonton. Shake it off, there's brighter days ahead of you. Receiving Martineau will give the team a very nice backup for Kasa Yalenchka (or even perhaps take her starting spot). You have Luukas Hirvonen as the star of the team, Beau Dapremont as a rising star, and Siegfried Romanoren is still decent on the post. The Totems' starting core is solid, but once again, the bench may be a bit shaky. Perhaps too shaky to prevent them from a championship title. Wyatt and Rucks already gel together very well, but will that feeling last once the season drags on and they have to compete for good spots, with Caracal and Huali and Baxter Buckley also trying to vie for those same spots? Romanoren has no solid support for him once he goes to rest on the bench, and so I feel this team will have problems on the post this season. This is a solid team but still has glaring holes to fix.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #5-8 seed

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Hawaii Kahunas
Signings/Additions - Antonio Garza, Hokulani Keoloha (rookie), Charles Dofri (rookie)

Hawaii made few moves during the off-season, and quite frankly they didn't really need to be busy. They seem content with what players they already have, even if they didn't reach the Finals last season. Since the roster has remained largely consistent, there is a high chance that their results for this season will be largely consistent. Scoonie Barrett will remain a top-tier talent, Julian Cross-Kiraly and Zack Tate will remain excellent contributers on their positions, and their bench will remain average at best. This is a team that seemed to play it safe this off-season, and as a result, they might end their season safely in the middle, or mired in the bottom top-half of the Western Conference in a close-but-no-cigar situation. If they manage to reach the top, it's not because they got better but rather because the rest of the conference got worse.

PREDICTION: Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Huntsville Mayors
Signings/Additions - Wendy Brown, Carol Quinones, Morgan Winther, Jerome Swimmer, Kyle McLeod, Harrison York, Natasha Rous (Rookie), Rashid Kobore (Rookie), Mark Kanter III

The glory days of the Mayors with Healey Davis is long gone, and sadly I believe the Mayors will not regain that glory anytime soon, not with the bench this team has. Losing Wendy Brown would've been a huge blow to the team, so it was a huge relief for her to return to them, even though many people expected this to happen thanks to her relationship with D'Angelo MacQuilkin. They got a strong draftee signing with Rashid Kibore, Jim McCormick can still surprise the league, and Emina Ferhatovic is a rising talent on the post, but that is pretty much where the good things with the team ends. Harrison York is still a decent talent to work with, but there are too many questions surrounding the bench as a whole. Jerome Swimmer shone brightly in the D-League, but the FBA puts in more pressure on the players, and Swimmer doesn't have a stellar FBA record. Kyle McLeod and Sharon Sawchuk are also D-League-talent question marks, and I'm not sure why they signed up Morgan Winther. Ryan Ottley does shine time to time, but his inconsistency could be an issue. D'Angelo MacQuilkin is a top-tier player, but he can't bring the team to glory with such a questionable and shaky foundation underneath him.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #5-8 seed

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Las Vegas Wildcards
Signings/Additions - Lucien Ngoy (rookie), Ryan Malone, Cho Song-Hwa, Shou Masaru, Misha Maxwell

Losing Li Ho Fook is not something any team, most especially the Wildcards, would take lightly. But good news! The Whips traded and signed Shou Masaru to the Wildcards, and while he's not as good as Fook, he can hold his own as a starting PG. And the Wildcards brought back Maxwell, that's a relief... then Ryan Malone, nice to see you back in the FBA from the rumored brink of retirement, and oh wait, he wants a starting role too? There's only one spot for a starting role of Shooting Guard, and that had been Maxwell's mantle for several years now. If Malone takes the starting SG role, will Maxwell have to be in the PG role which might be unfitting for her? If she takes that role, where would that leave Masaru? Well enough about the guards, at least Lee Baraquin will continue to be solid on the post and now has decent backup in the form of Cho Song-Hwa. Wayne Kirkpatrick and Fenruss Brylee will be great together as Forwards but while Godfrey Zindendel can still be the 'GOAT', his age is already a dampening factor. Also, the team has seven canines once Juniper Hill (yet another guard!!) signs her contract which had no competition in Free Agency. To quote the great Oliver Hardy: "Well this is another nice mess you gotten me into!"

PREDICTION - Playoff-Bound as #5-8 seed... if they dodge the Underwood issue

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Lorain Firestorm
Signings/Additions - Agundio Salvatore Atti-Morales, Aracely Sanchez (rookie), Edwin Griega, Ella Blessing (rookie), Thor Einar Lind (rookie)

Atti-Morales returning to the Firestorm was the biggest prize Lorain accomplished in this off-season, but otherwise their roster movements are quiet and lackluster. Their three rookies are untested and Sanchez will have big feet to fill for the departing Aishia Melbourne. Edwin Griega and Danica Magnano can continue to grow as decent forwards, but the rest of their bench will hamper their goals of reaching the playoffs. This is a team that still has gaps to fill: their only pure Center is a rookie, and the rest of the team are either guards, small forwards, or swingfurs. Even if by some miracle by Agundio's God that they make it to the playoffs, their fire might easily be snuffed out due to lack of good depth. They need serious help on the post.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Montana Howlers
Signings/Additions - Christian Ashbury, Freddy Varnagy (rookie), Francis Laurent (rookie), Valery Smolov (rookie), Josh Green, Wescot Yobia, Regulus Lowenthal

What did the Howlers do after reaching the FBA Finals last season? Well not a whole lot, really. Wescot Yobia is a seasoned veteran but only an average replacement for the departing Sterling Bengzting, and the only other vital options are rookies. So in other words, Bengzting's lack of presence will be felt in this team due to the management failing to find a suitable replacement. Thankfully most of the starters are around, with Ren Inoue, Kresta Renstill, and Brax Trenor remaining as strong threats to the rest of the league. The bench, with strong contributors such as Regulus Lowenthal, LaShawn Grandon, Christian Ashbury and Doug Dawson, will be above-average in comparison to the bench players of the rest of the East, so once again they might go far in the playoffs. But will it be enough for a return trip to the Finals? Maybe.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Pittsburgh Keystones
Signings/Additions - Erik Kijani, Waylon Stone, Elisa Lawless, Margo Warrior (rookie), Carlos Reyes (rookie)

The Keystones didn't really take multiple steps back since last season, but unfortunately they haven't really stepped forward a whole lot despite their choices on the Draft. While their starting core is above-average, no player seriously stands out except for perhaps Shirley Takamoto and Erik Kijani. Their equine-heavy post players might provide some much-needed defense and rebounding offense, but the team is overcrowded with guards and their forwards lack stand-out power players. If their rookies turn out to be disappointments, this team will continue to be stuck in the cesspool of mediocrity.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #5-8 seed
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Plymouth Taproots
Signings/Additions - Theodore Rockwell, Jacobus van Orischot (rookie), Bellissa Saltellare (rookie), Bailey Brisbane, Romney Abplanalp, Rex Kearsarge, Chrys Brachy, Simon Lee, Cassandra Cassiano, Tay Delgado (rookie)

Plymouth, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that Tay Delgado can shine as your new PG if he's given enough time on the court. You traded away Rookie of the Year Erik Tiovonen in return for Theodore Rockwell, but hey, Rockwell was the Spirits' best scorer last season, so maybe the trade wouldn't be as lopsided as some may say. The bad news is everything else. Plymouth management had one of the biggest budgets to play with this off-season, and what did it bring them? A few veterans past their prime or never-weres, FBA D-League material players, and a few young players that failed to impress last season. If Rex Kearsarge was the best signing this Free Agency for Plymouth, then the team is in serious trouble. Again. Rocky Caracal does not deserve to end his career in the mud stuck in the bottom of the barrel. As of this writing, Plymouth is the only team without a preseason game, which is like going into battle without knowing if your brand new rifle will jam or not.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Queens Pride
Signings/Additions - Micah Davenport, Rosalind Baumhauer, Melaine Thompson (rookie), Kiva Lovewell (rookie), Hedvin Eklund, Daisuke Tenno (rookie), Aurora Goldshine

While Zoie Wilds had stood out on her own in trying to fill the retired Valencia Zeraus' shoes, there remains an issue of depth to support Wilds, Davenport, and Tevela, whom are perhaps the three best players in the team. Acquiring Goldshine from the Spirits is a welcome opportunity, but Forward and Post depth could be an issue. Elkhund and Chomske aren't standouts, and Hockner was mired in the FBA D-League for years before given the rare chance for FBA play. While the team is strong enough to contend for the playoffs, the controversy of Adam Tevela refusing to keep his pants on may be a bad distraction for the team for the entire season. Thompson and Lovewell could be surprising, but question marks still surround them.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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San Jose Thrust
Signings/Additions - Darion Baptiste (rookie), Maha Al-Sahrawi (rookie)

Things remain largely unchanged for the Thrust since the previous season, with one glaring exception being the departure of Jonathan Lawyer. Therefore this team might reach the playoffs if they can utilize the gap Lawyer created when he left, probably using Vastenhout or perhaps even rookie Maha Al-Sahrawi. However their struggles will remain the same as last season's, due to the similarities of the roster. Would this finally be the year Barnaby Jazz earn a championship ring? Sadly, unless they can figure out and fix last season's problems, this won't be the year.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #5-8 seed

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Santa Ana Spectrums
Signings/Additions - Michael Porter, Beulah Rollinghouse, LV McDyess, Hector Hart, Vendela Malmqvist (rookie), Gloria McFang (rookie), Killian Belmonte Aquino (rookie)

The Spectrums brought back McDyess, which came to the surprise of no one, and they lured in Beulah Rollinghouse, whom is surprisingly a very decent supporting contributor from the bench. Hector Hart is a growing talent and Michael Porter can bring in some nice perimeter offense although his age can be a factor. The core of starters (Anggun, Jin-Sung, Kosciusko, McDyess, Vaughan) is going to need improvement from the bench and thankfully Spectrums management has done so with these new additions. With their archrivals Alaska weakened and San Jose along with Hawaii largely unchanged from last season, this might be the year Santa Ana will reign the Pacific Rim once again.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Seattle Summit
Signings/Additions - Chris Johnson (rookie), Treshaun Carnell, Niko McNamara, Javi Triano (rookie)

As yet another one of the teams that didn't make much movement during the off-season, the Seattle Summit has largely gone unchanged since the previous season. One of my coworkers here at FurSports often joked that they should rebrand the team as the Seattle Turners, but that is rather unfair. Jeri Naranjo is still a dependable starter as their point guard, Daniel Quvianuq is still a dangerous threat on the post, and they still have decent bench players such as Evan Marshall and Kinny DeMarcus, and players that are determined to improve such as Cloricia Teixeira. However I get this sinking feeling in my heart that this team will struggle again this season. Jake Turner may yet again be a strong runner for the MVP title, but he can only do so much. Quvianuq's knees can still be a bad issue, McNamara might continue his inconsistency, and Margaret Walters is showing her age. While this team might take a playoff spot, unfortunately I'm going to say that they will shock the league and miss the post season. Prove me wrong, Seattle.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Tallahassee Typhoons
Signings/Additions - Sarah Lancaster, Vladimir Andreiovich Zhidkov, Whitney Hawkins, Eldred Darragh, Phryne Harred (rookie), Clarity Immers (rookie)

The Dawg Pack is dead. The Typhoons' championship was well-deserved, but it was stained by all the attraction surrounding the controversy of Klaus Korber's infamous last shot of the Finals and the injury that eventually led to his retirement. With Korber gone, the Typhoons had to find someone that can take over his spot... but who to choose? Can't be a top-five PG like Derek Kim, who immediately trashed the championship team even as Korber was being sent to the hospital via ambulance. Instead, they signed Sarah Lancaster, a proven leader and court general but not someone that can lead a team to a championship run. She couldn't when she was with the Tucson Demons, not with the Galveston Sand Dollars, not with the Hawaii Kahunas, not with the Biloxi Voodoo and most definitely not with the Plymouth Taproots. She has the intelligence and respect as a player to be the President of the FBAPA, which came as a definite irony. Do you know what was her first duty as President as? To investigate Coach Hildegard Tetreault and an incident involving her accused of striking then-Typhoon Brad Pullman in practice. Now she has to work under Tetreault's notorious regime. Have fun.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Tennessee Moonshiners
Signings/Additions - Tryce Peter Malark, Eli Schuck, Takeru Ishijima, Meril Providence, Jonas McMillian, Sonoma Blevins (rookie), Bobby-Rae Brine, Marshall Anderson-Rhodes, Darius Cole

The Moonshiners needed to bring back Malark. He has the potential to be the top star for the team (if Eli Schuck or Hank Sawyer can give that title to him), and be a top-ten forward in the entire league. Schuck came back to the team which surprised absolutely no one, and they added two sophomores Ishijima and Anderson-Rhodes. They reached the playoffs last season as the #3 seed, and I can't see any big reasons on why they wouldn't be able to enter the playoffs as the same seed. It just depends on how they can react to the rest of the evolving league's rosters. I wonder how lonely Providence must be as the league's last remaining taur.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Texas Lone Stars
Signings/Additions - Tejay Aamoth, Roland Buckley (rookie), Vic Andrews (rookie), San Ling, Ricardo Ortega, Aragon Fisher, Lucas Berger-Kane (rookie), Hudson Dielbach (rookie)

The Lone Stars has finally placed Marcus Knight firmly in the SG position now that they signed up Aragon Fisher, and that will be a marked improvement for them. The Lone Stars however continue to have serious problems with Forwards and Centers. While Ahti Nereus is an above average Center, his support only consists of a rookie and a career FBA D-Leaguer. That's not a good foundation for Nereus to stand on, and then we have the Forwards, or rather their depth. This is another team with too many guards, and Samuel Panigoyan Jr along with Andi Sekforde will not shine from the bench to support Lachs and Kurosaki. Berger-Kane might shine if given enough court time however. The Western Conference is just too tough for the Lone Stars to punch a ticket into the post season this time around.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs

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Williamsburg Minutemen
Signings/Additions - Marcella Oliviera, Eleanor Rigby, Djamba Kabeya (rookie), Todd Hu, Donell Macon, Damien Nathaniel

Well at least it would be finally unfair to call them the Williamsburg Minutewomen, with the ratio being around half and half in the gender spectrum. The team still have their core of starters (La Tierra, Davis, Fiora, Mack, and McCloud), and a decent bench of Marley, Hu, and even Oliviera. While there are question marks around the reserves, they don't appear on the court often enough to impact their game seriously, but the team has to remain healthy for the most part. Crystal Davis is gaining a reputation for injury, and she needs to stay healthy to have a consistent gameplay this season. This is still a very strong team however, and may even battle the Spirits for the top of the Central Division.

PREDICTION - Playoffs-Bound as #1-4 seed

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Winnipeg Voyageurs
Signings/Additions - Aisha Melbourne, Pimwadee Tansiri, Mary Wooten, Gauge Williams (rookie), Mary Kathryn O'Hara (rookie), Mike Timmids

Winnipeg finally overcame their playoff demons (Santa Ana Spectrums) last season, but that was their only highlight before the off-season, which to put it mildly, was very rough. Derek Kim had left, stating his disappointment with the direction the team had for him, and to fill in that huge hole he created will be either Mike Timmids or the rookie Mary Kathryn O'Hara. Those two may be talented, but they will still not be able to see out of that PG hole. Adding Melbourne will finally give Xavier Saffiren, an average Center at best, some relief, but her age may be a strong factor. Yves Carbonneau and Kevin Malka may be strong starters, but the bench supporting them have too many question marks and weaknesses for the entire team to be able to go far in the season. The Western Conference is simply too tough.

PREDICTION - Miss Playoffs
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Re: Tashira Rucson's Off-Season Observations-Predictions - FurSports-net

Postby JTigerclaw » October 18th, 2017, 8:36 pm

Great write-up! I thoroughly enjoyed reading it! ^^
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