From one of Boti's articles in 2013, for those who want to reminisce...
ALL-TIME FIVE SCORERS
PG - Robert Rose. Could go over, under and through the defence and was so spectacular, teammates often stood back to just watch his wizardry.
SG - Willie Farley. On a roll, Farley was freakish with his Michael Jordan-mimicked turnaround baseline fadeaway jumper, three-point swish or down-the-lane dunk.
SF - Reg Biddings. You cannot hold a league scoring record, lead the scoring and not be included, Sir Reg a quality shooter who believed "defence" meant outscoring your direct opponent.
PF - Mark Davis. History views Pud as a rebounder first (which he was) so it is easy to forget how often he scored putbacks, dunks, jumpshots before developing a three to boot. He averaged more than 27 points per game in 1985 and 1990.
C - Dan Clausen. The 1984 All Star Five selection also is mainly seen as a rebounder but was a quality scorer with putbacks, mid-range, hooks and dunks.
ALL-TIME FIVE BEST NAMES
PG - Julius Hodge
SG - Jo Jo English
SF - Paris McCurdy
PF - Diamon Simpson
C - Orlando Phillips
Bench: Butch Hays, Troy DeVries, Cortez Groves, Dusty Rychart, Leon Trimmingham.
ALL-TIME FIVE BEST IMPORTS
PG - Darnell Mee. Dual championship winner, multiple Best Defensive Player.
SG - Willie Farley. Championship winner, MVP runner-up 2005.
SF - Robert Rose. All Star. Superstar. Could do it all and be played from 1-to-4.
SF/PF - Kevin Brooks. Dual championship winner, championship series MVP 1998.
PF/C - Mark Davis. Club's only league MVP (1987) and the championship series MVP 1986.
ALL-TIME FIVE WORST IMPORTS
1. Scott Christopherson. What the heck was the coaching staff even thinking?
2. Jeff Brown. Big and cumbersome, totally wrong for our league. Cut in-season.
3. Mike Chappell. Previously a great player but came in injured and never fired. Cut.
4. Mark Tyndale. Young man in a strange land, never figured it out. Cut.
5. Brian Devincenzi. Cut after six games, carried an injury, never showed his best.