CAC Basketball

SPRING 2022: 5v5 Draft League Champs: Spray’N’Pray

SprayNPray pull off an improbable victory after a highly disappointing regular season
Championship Bound 50 Spray’N’Pray 67

 

Admittedly, I thought this game was Championship Bound game to lose. The odds were stacked against Matty and company, but Matty’s confidence never wavered. 

Championship Bound got off to a hot start, per usual. It’s been their calling card all season! Led by a super impressive defense by Kevin Devine, they were able to develop an early 7-point cushion halfway through the first half (18-11).

X was in his bag! Leading all scorers with 9-points in the first half. He paced Championship Bound offensively, as their regular season leading scorer Nick Rossetti struggled to find his touch. 

With Kevin going all out to slow down Marquis, the Championship Bound offense was extremely stagnant and unproductive offensively, allowing SprayNPray to stay within reach. 

I openly questioned SprayNPrays gameplan and Matty in the most polite and confident way possible told me to go pound sand (lol). Scott shooting the ball every time he touched it was a part of their game plan. 

The 10-0 run they would go on to end the half was evidence of his brilliance and was orchestrated by none other than Scott Glynn. 

Scott would go into the half as SpayNPrays leading scorer and they took a commanding 8-point (27-19) lead, which they would not relinquish despite Championship Bounds’ effort. 

Once the second half started, they continued to increase their lead with three-ball after three-ball. 

Matty scored 9 points in the second half, connecting on 3 baskets from downtown. Matty would go on to finish the game with 11-points. 

Tim would finish the game as SprayNPrays leading scorer with 18-points, all but 4 were scored in the second half. 

Scott who kick-started the SprayNPray offense finished with 16 points and 4 baskets from deep. Super impressive game, Scott! 

Nick Keramaris played his ass off! Literally grabbing every rebound in sight and rejecting a ridiculous number of shots. In my opinion, he will go down as the steal of the draft. I don’t think he’ll slip in the draft next season that’s for sure. 

Statistically, this was Marquis’ worst game of the season. However, the boxscore is not indicative of his gameplay. Yes, he struggled from deep, but his ability to draw double and triple teams and create wide-open opportunities for his team made a huge difference for the SprayNPray offense. 

The dagger/back breaker would come on Malssssss dagger from long-distance and the rest is history! 

Fantastic win boys! Heck of season and we couldn’t have crowned a better group of guys champions! 

Way to go fellas! Looking forward to seeing you all again next season. 

Standings 5v5 Draft S22 Thru Week
PTeamRecord%StreakGBPFPA
 Run'N'Gun9-01.000W9070.5651.78
 Championship Bound7-20.778W3266.8954.89
 Tommy Points!6-30.667L1358.1155.11
 Spray'N'Pray4-50.444L1566.6764.33
 Just Gimme A Big4-50.444W1553.1162.33
 Primetime3-60.333L3647.1166.38
 Mustard Gas2-70.222L3759.5665.33
 Ronin Tigers1-80.111W1855.8858.89
Points Per Game
1Marquis Victor
Spray'N'Pray
29.30
2Alex Clemens
Mustard Gas
26.88
3Nick Rossetti
Championship Bound
23.58
4Brendan Olski
Just Gimme A Big
21.75
5Peter Giannikopoulos
Ronin Tigers
20.50
6Guy Robinson
Just Gimme A Big
18.75
7Nate Guzzi
Tommy Points!
18.55
Player Rater
1Marquis Victor
Spray'N'Pray
59.5510
2Peter Giannikopoulos
Ronin Tigers
53.676
3Nick Rossetti
Championship Bound
53.0012
4Brendan Olski
Just Gimme A Big
52.508
5Xavier Holland
Primetime
50.758
6Nate Guzzi
Tommy Points!
50.0011
7Alex Clemens
Mustard Gas
45.698
8Guy Robinson
Just Gimme A Big
44.198
9Kevin Devine
Championship Bound
44.1010
10Robel Ghebremichael
Championship Bound
40.8211
Rebounds Per Game
1Jackson Cote
Just Gimme A Big
15.14
2Xavier Holland
Primetime
14.75
3Robel Ghebremichael
Championship Bound
14.36
4Brendan Olski
Just Gimme A Big
13.75
4Nick Keramaris
Spray'N'Pray
13.75
6Peter Giannikopoulos
Ronin Tigers
12.33
7Garrett Tousey
Tommy Points!
11.38
3s Per Game
1Alex Clemens
Mustard Gas
4.5049%
2Marquis Victor
Spray'N'Pray
4.0040%
3Nick Rossetti
Championship Bound
3.0043%
4Tim Donnelly
Spray'N'Pray
2.8845%
5Matt Johnson
Spray'N'Pray
2.7337%
6Alex Biskelonis
Mustard Gas
2.3337%
7Kevin Gillooly
Primetime
2.1134%
Assists Per Game
1Jamil Ball
Run'N'Gun
4.82
2Kevin Devine
Championship Bound
4.60
3Marquis Victor
Spray'N'Pray
4.40
4Andre Jones
Just Gimme A Big
3.90
5Tim Donnelly
Spray'N'Pray
3.75
6Guy Robinson
Just Gimme A Big
3.63
7Nick Rossetti
Championship Bound
3.50
Championship Bound
PlayerPTSDRBORBASTSTLBlkTURNFTAFTMFTP3P3PM3PP
Chao Quan000000000NA00NA
Jeff Motha711411003133%00NA
Kendall Loh010000000NA00NA
Kevin Devine1062500022100%9222%
Nick Rossetti2019151005240%14429%
Robel Ghebremichael2630040200%00NA
Sterling Truitt024000000NA00NA
Xavier Abreu1185400000NA4125%
Spray'N'Pray
PlayerPTSDRBORBASTSTLBlkTURNFTAFTMFTP3P3PM3PP
Frank Malsbenden380200000NA11100%
Marquis Victor131147210200%9111%
Matt Johnson1180410000NA5360%
Nick Keramaris4135114000NA00NA
Patrick Aspell222001000NA00NA
Scott Glynn1642020000NA9444%
Tim Donnelly182131004125%8338%

Commentary by JAMIL & Christian/Evan …

 

Championship Bound 50  Spray’N’Pray 67

SprayNPray pull off an improbable victory after a highly disappointing regular season

Admittedly, I thought this game was Championship Bound game to lose. The odds were stacked against Matty and company, but Matty’s confidence never wavered. 

Championship Bound got off to a hot start, per usual. It’s been their calling card all season! Led by a super impressive defense by Kevin Devine, they were able to develop an early 7-point cushion halfway through the first half (18-11).

X was in his bag! Leading all scorers with 9-points in the first half. He paced Championship Bound offensively, as their regular season leading scorer Nick Rossetti struggled to find his touch. 

With Kevin going all out to slow down Marquis, the Championship Bound offense was extremely stagnant and unproductive offensively, allowing SprayNPray to stay within reach. 

I openly questioned SprayNPrays gameplan and Matty in the most polite and confident way possible told me to go pound sand (lol). Scott shooting the ball every time he touched it was a part of their game plan. 

The 10-0 run they would go on to end the half was evidence of his brilliance and was orchestrated by none other than Scott Glynn. 

Scott would go into the half as SpayNPrays leading scorer and they took a commanding 8-point (27-19) lead, which they would not relinquish despite Championship Bounds’ effort. 

Once the second half started, they continued to increase their lead with three-ball after three-ball. 

Matty scored 9 points in the second half, connecting on 3 baskets from downtown. Matty would go on to finish the game with 11-points. 

Tim would finish the game as SprayNPrays leading scorer with 18-points, all but 4 were scored in the second half. 

Scott who kick-started the SprayNPray offense finished with 16 points and 4 baskets from deep. Super impressive game, Scott! 

Nick Keramaris played his ass off! Literally grabbing every rebound in sight and rejecting a ridiculous number of shots. In my opinion, he will go down as the steal of the draft. I don’t think he’ll slip in the draft next season that’s for sure. 

Statistically, this was Marquis’ worst game of the season. However, the boxscore is not indicative of his gameplay. Yes, he struggled from deep, but his ability to draw double and triple teams and create wide-open opportunities for his team made a huge difference for the SprayNPray offense. 

The dagger/back breaker would come on Malssssss dagger from long-distance and the rest is history! 

Fantastic win boys! Heck of season and we couldn’t have crowned a better group of guys champions! 

Way to go fellas! Looking forward to seeing you all again next season.