OK, guess who said it Posted on June 15, 2020 at 11:42:45 AM by Tiger
Since we're talking about Mace:
"I for one applaud the signing of some local, American talent for the early games. The talent level in these games are such that Hoey and Mace fit in nicely, and they will be competitive. Mace is one of the most entertaining and fun players to watch on the whole program...no one throws the forehand straight over the top and it is exciting to see him wind up and let fly...Hoey, too, will let it rip and in the early games, it will liven up the otherwise boring and mediocre play. Good luck fellas. The real problem is the quality of the late games. Pedrouzo is one who got away. So did Urquidi. So did Lander and Sorozabal retired. Zabala is just about retired. Lasa retired. Like it or not, agree with me or not, there are NO American front court stars that can compete in the late games. Roger could, Bucci tried to, and Gilbert was the best of the lot. Unless there's someone I'm forgetting, we have to gut it out, try to stay positive, stop bickering, and hope for a miracle."