Pullman Greyhounds focus on details for upcoming playoffs

Pullman Greyhounds focus on details for upcoming playoffs »Play Video
The Greyhounds head into playoffs with a 6-3 overall record.
PULLMAN, WA - Playoffs in the GNL kick off Friday with number one seeded Pullman hosting Prosser.

Before the season Pullman was picked to finish last. Fast forward ten weeks, Pullman is at the top. The Greyhounds head into playoffs with a 6-3 overall record wile Prosser sits at 9-1. Greyhound Head Coach Dan Lucier said much of the teams success is attributed chemistry and the kids desire to force people to eat some crow.

"It kind of got us excited to play hard and to prove everybody wrong," said Lucier. "So it's kind of nice this time of the year to be sittin' in that number one spot rather than the seventh spot. It's just a real good feeling of accomplishment, you know, as a unit."

Lucier said that even though they are the number one seed they still have things they need to work on. This week in practice the focus has been on little details and making sure the team is ready to play hard all 48.