Originally Posted by AzNcHoPsTyKs
Lol, best learn your history. Long beach has made it to the finals every year in the past 4 years, yet we have only won one time. So idk where you got that whole "guaranteed to win" idea. We also had to fight hard in those final games over the past few years as well. Also, I think that anyone who watches our games can realize that we put everything we have into those games.
Either way, it was a good game against fgcu. Lots of blood was boiling between both teams, but they came out on top. Congrats to them. But you better believe that we're going to be coming out swinging next year.
Why don't you zoom out and join me in seeing the larger picture, not focus on the 2013 NCPA.
Roughly 12% of the population of America lives in California. So, statistically, California should only win 12% of the time, or at least have 12% of the teams. But that is not what we used to see.
In cali the paintball was much more competitive, with more competition, you generate a better player. So, you got a situation where your average California paintballer was better than most other paintballers anywhere else in the world.
Now, paintball is beginning to spread out. As pro teams are beginning to emerge from other parts of the country(and the world) to take the victors stand, California is starting to lose its name as the central hub of tournament paintball.
Originally Posted by Texas_pump
it sucks having to wait a month to watch it; and the fact that anyone who really cares about it will already know who won by then, makes me not really care to watch it a whole lot.
I watch it if for nothing else than to see how the best play paintball. I go on paintballaccess all the time to watch and rewatch the pro games to study their breakouts, their snap shooting, how they move, when they move, and what lanes they hold.