Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012 | 3 p.m.
The week of January 4
Brewer vs. Keefer
Las Vegas Sun reporters Ray Brewer and
Case Keefer attempt to pick
the winning team from prep contests
across the Las Vegas area.
Canyon Springs isn't playing like a team with several first-year varsity players.
Canyon Springs 80, Desert Pines 74
Desert Pines might just win the Northeast Division this year.
Desert Pines 80, Canyon Springs 72
Eldorado has more depth, easily prevails in the Northeast's most significant rivalry game.
Eldorado 79, Las Vegas 60
As long as the Wildcats control their recurring problem with turnovers, they are talented enough to beat anyone.
Las Vegas 72, Eldorado 70
Undefeated in league play, Silverado is gaining more confidence for the home stretch of the season.
Silverado 69, Basic 52
Already picked against Brewer twice on Wednesday's games, so might as well make it a clean trifecta.
Basic 61, Silverado 56
The backcourt combination of Matlock and Winder is one of the state's best.
Palo Verde 83, Cimarron 71
Palo Verde should run circles around most teams in its division.
Palo Verde 72, Cimarron 55
Durango players still jet-lagged from holiday tournament in Minnesota.
Spring Valley 62, Durango 56
If the Trailblazers shoot well, they'll be tough to beat.
Durango 69, Spring Valley 67
Legacy will prevail in what should be one of the more evenly-matched games of the week.
Legacy 59, Arbor View 56
Watch out for Legacy's Zach Lane as the season goes on.
Legacy 65, Arbor View 50
Don't expect Coronado to be challenged in this one.
Coronado 84, Green Valley 69
The rough schedule Coronado has played so far this season will benefit the Cougars by the end of the season.
Coronado 77, Green Valley 66
Unlike football, Wolves won't get pushed around by the Patriots.
Basic 61, Liberty 53
Red, white and blue. Red, white and blue.
Liberty 59, Basic 57
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