Pete Kada- The Revolution are in first place , and the primary reason is Pete Kada. This guy is an offensive threat any time he steps on the court. Kada is leading his team in points at 22ppg, and providing energy night in and night out. His activity on the court drives defenders crazy. Kada has the ability to shoot long range 3's, drive to the basket or just beat everybody down the court on a fast break.
George Vlahos- Last year's MVP is having another fantastic season leading his team in scoring once again with over 23ppg. Vlahos has also stepped up his rebounding in absence of his center. George has always been a great rebounder but this year he's taken it to another level. Vlahos is one of the toughest players in the league to defend, and the toughest to contain. Leading the Wolfpack to another high seed, Vlahos deserves MVP recognition.
Pete Kathopoulis- As if we didn't know what Pete Kathopoulis is capable of , he goes and drops 50 in a game where his team had only 4 players, leading them to victory. The first time in 10 years that's been done! Pete Kathopoulis is the most talented and skilled player in the league. A late season injury has hurt Danny's Boys but not before Kathopoulis made a statement for the MVP trophy. Leading the league in scoring at 29ppg, it looks like he'll be taking home another scoring title as well.
Evan Tsiklidis - Evan is having one of the best rookie seasons in PGBL history, behind George Vlahos and Pete Kathopoulis. Averaging over 25ppg , Evan has led PAS Giannina to their best season yet as they fight for playoff seeding. Thanks to Tsiklidis , PAS is a threat every night. He's hit several clutch shots this year to lead his team to victory. He's extremely valuable to his team thus deserving MVP consideration.
Bill Zonios- A former MVP, Bill Zonios seems to find himself on this list every year. His consistency offensively and leadership is vital to the Kings' success. Zonios has stepped up in absence of his injured point guard, Niki Veronis, and propelled the Kings to one of the top seeds once again. Averaging 20ppg, Bill is still getting it done on a regular basis, especially in the clutch, With another game winning play this season.
Alex Veronis - Watching his cousin and teammate break his leg must have given Alex some extra motivation. Veronis is having his best PGBL season so far, averaging just shy of 20ppg. Alex is an all around player, providing a scoring option, rebounder and solid defender for the Kings. Did anyone see his offensive explosion earlier this season? Alex poured in 46 points for the Kings and let the league know he's serious.
Jim Armenakis- Arguably the best center in PGBL history, Armenakis is on this list because of what he provides for Danny's Boys. A low post threat, shot blocking, rebounding and the occasional 3 pointer! Jim is a former league MVP and will be a main option for Danny's Boys going into the playoffs. Armenakis will look to fill the void with Kathopoulis being out, taking his 20ppg into the postseason with an aggressive mindset.
Lou Karapanagiotides- The Wolfpack wheels don't turn without this guy. One of the best point guards in PGBL history, Lou is the epitome of a winner. Lou keeps the teams offense stable , while providing leadership in the huddle. He can dazzle the crowd with a pass or quiet the competition with a mid range jump shot. Last year he was instrumental to the Wolfpack's championship run. And this year will be no different.
Nick Kafkalas- Averaging just shy of 17ppg, Nick is leading his team in scoring as Boardwalk Empire jostles for playoff seeding. Kafkalas left his role on Danny's Boys after last season to build his on 'Empire'. With a solid core around him, Kafkalas and company are headed for the post season. Shooting and rebounding have been his strengths this season.