Seoul Dynasty vs Los Angeles Valiant
The Valiant have improved leaps and bounds over the last few weeks. There's no denying it. They had a lot to improve on, granted, but the point stands nonetheless. It's rare for bottom-feeders to evolve within such a short period of time; we have to, therefore, give them *some* credit, despite the fact that their improvement hasn't yet resulted in anything of note -- they're still ranked at the very bottom of the standings and that, by the looks of it, isn't going to change any time soon.
Regardless, expectations are low and that means that the Los Angeles Valiant can compete without any pressure whatsoever. They have nothing to lose and that has obviously done "wonders" for their play (relative to where they were at the start of the season). This time around, however, they're scheduled to face one of the best -- if not *the* best -- team in the Eastern region and, needless to say, a shellacking feels all but guaranteed.
They're currently ranked atop with a whopping eight wins and just two losses, along with a stupendously impressive +16 map differential. Seoul are wrecking teams left, right, and center, and there's but a few of them capable of fighting back. The Valiant, unfortunately, do not fit the bill. They *have* made strides overall, but that simply isn't going to be enough against a team as stacked and capable as Seoul. Not even close.