What We Learned from the Pittsburgh Summer League

Posted by Paul Sievers on July-25-2009 Add Comments

There has been some debate over the importance of the summer league and how much the players actually benefit from it. The fact that nobody from WVU played this year certainly hurts the credibility and probably means we should take the success of the Panthers with even more of a grain of salt this year.

However, the league has done wonders for the local basketball scene. The more Pittsburgh develops into a city that cares about basketball 12 months out of the year, the more attractive the program will to recruits.

Also, there is definitely something to be said for having these guys playing together and developing chemistry in a formalized setting. Who knows how beneficial the summer league is, but it certainly isn't...

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