In recent seasons, the Greendale boys basketball team has certainly been entertaining, and the Panthers put on another show in 2015-16.
Greendale once again used a high-powered, up-tempo offense to fashion a 14-9 overall record, and the attack was paced by senior forward David Pulizos and senior guard Nate Thomson.
Pulizos averaged 21.7 points, exploding for a career-high 45 points in a rollicking 121-80 triumph over New Berlin West in the regular-season finale. He also became the school's all-time leading scorer, passing Jordan Perez in the West game and finishing with 1,387 points.
Pulizos made first-team all-state for Division 2 from the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association.
Thomson tallied 17.6 points and 4.1 assists per contest, also connecting on 69 shots from 3-point range, from which he hit 45 percent.
He racked up a career-high 40 points in that West game and was first-team all-Woodland Conference West Division.
Junior forward Clay Kujawa was another scoring option, totaling 12 points per game and helping Pulizos on the boards.
Pulizos, Thomson and forward Tanner Maurer are the only three seniors, and Greendale will build around Kujawa, sophomore guard Vlado Zrnic (7.4 average) and junior forward Tommy Kujawa, who missed the entire season with an injury.