Watch Infamous, and the 20 best paintball teams on earth, battle at the next NXL event in Philadelphia, only on GoSports.com, June 21st-23rd!Los Angeles Infamous is a long running, storied franchise, and though they changed their roster quite a bit the past few years, they been solid enough to stay competitive and make Sunday, which they did at the last event in Texas, losing to Heat in the wild card round by four points. They are staying competitive because their roster is still potent and can beat anyone in the league. Unfortunately, at the last event, offensive weapon Nate Schroeder, who just got back from a shoulder Injury, blew his shoulder out again, and will be on the DL indefinitely.Back player Cody Mickowski is playing the best paintball of his career, pulling points back from the brink, winning low body situations, and breaking stalemates. They also just got long time Infamous veteran Kevin “Cali” Rudulph back after taking some time away from the squad, he’s one of their more consistent shots off the break and filters up the field in the chaos to close points. Causing the chaos up the center will be Ryan Rodarte, who has refined his attack the past few seasons and is playing more consistent. Infamous also has a powerful snake side. Thomas Taylor, one of the most legendary snake players in the modern era, who has battled against the best for over 15 years and still has a lot left in the tank. And new pick up from PC Katana, Jerry Caro, is a threat and helps Infamous be harder to scout. Veteran Drew Templeton has lots of experience in pressure situations and handle duties attacking the D-side.We’ll see if they can make Sunday again in Philly and give themselves a chance to win.