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ZagNative
12-12-2009, 09:22 AM
I have a hard time finding news of Keven Pangos, so it was good to see the 2011 (or is it 2012?) point guard hasn't lost his touch, with 24, 36, and 24 point games in the Holiday Classic - Eastern Commerce (http://hooptowngtaforums.forumotion.com/senior-discussions-f1/holiday-classic-eastern-commerce-t4497.htm).

BobZag
12-12-2009, 09:42 AM
Some outstanding guards to be had out there. I'm sure Few & Staff are well aware of these guys. Pangos is a proven baller.

ZagNative
12-12-2009, 10:18 AM
Some outstanding guards to be had out there. I'm sure Few & Staff are well aware of these guys. Pangos is a proven baller.Ah, yes! So many great players, so little time. Reminds ZN of her courtship days! Can't imagine how much more difficult it would have been if she had been choosing a point guard instead of a husband!

OZZY
12-13-2009, 04:11 PM
Kevin ended up on the All-star team, his team losing in the consolation final by 19. Pangos should be admired for his loyalty, while most Toronto area players are fleeing down south to play he is staying with his high school team, even though he doesn't have a great deal of talent around him. Like KO, Kevin has had the benefit of a father who has coached basketball at a high level (York University).

http://www.yorku.ca/sprtyork/interuniversity_sport/teams/basketball_w/coaching_staff.htm

If the Zags lose out on Bell Jr., Kevin would certainly be a great addition and one who would fit their style and work ethic.

BobZag
12-13-2009, 04:16 PM
Kevin ended up on the All-star team, his team losing in the consolation final by 19. Pangos should be admired for his loyalty, while most Toronto area players are fleeing down south to play he is staying with his high school team, even though he doesn't have a great deal of talent around him. Like KO, Kevin has had the benefit of a father who has coached basketball at a high level (York University).

http://www.yorku.ca/sprtyork/interuniversity_sport/teams/basketball_w/coaching_staff.htm

If the Zags lose out on Bell Jr., Kevin would certainly be a great addition and one who would fit their style and work ethic.

I totally agree. I heard he'll graduate in 2011 then either go to a prep school or redshirt at a D1 school like Gonzaga and be a frosh in 2012. At least, that's the last I heard.