Commentary by ROACH...
Bropocolypse 49 Hot Rim Action 29
The Ole B2 East
Playoffs in the B2 east and there was some classic stuff going on including a pig pile under the rim where thankfully no one was hurt with a combined 900-pound mass of humanity falling all over itself in the paint.
Chris Gudas stepback 3 swish?!! Surprising result. Ney loves it, as HRA only trails 13-12 early in the game and 24-18 at half.
But no subs and a general lack of scoring threats led to it getting out of hand before too long. Kimball and-1 made it 40-22 with about 6 minutes left and pretty much sealed the deal.
Bus Drivers 61 Cobert Parish 45
Bus Drives Coast Second Half
Another group of veterans in action in the second game of the night, and Bus Drivers were working together to build a lead. It was 27-18 with everyone on their roster scoring, and 31-20 at the half.
In the second half BD opened with a 14-0 run that took a full 11 minutes before CP finally scored. Yeah it’s the playoffs so you really shouldn’t have Andrew M. sitting for extended periods of time, that’s pretty much why it got out of hand.
That and sharpshooting from Marq, bigtime rebounding from Bo and Wass, while Rodier and especially LeMarbe were throwing dimes all over as everyone racked up an assist by the time it was 46-24. Bus Drivers coasted from there despite a small comeback bid.
Jedi Jumpshots 65 Pippen Aint Easy 49
Beatin Pippen Aint Easy
This was the most evenly matched game of the night. Pippen opened on a 7-0 run but then Charlie talked a little shit and before you know it Jedi went on a 24-4 run to take control.
Duval and Charlie would respond with three triples between them to make it a one-possession game again, and Woody hit a 3 (that was fouled on too) to make it 28-26 by halftime.
In the second half Mike caught fire for Jedi with 8 straight points I think. Sam added a key triple while Eric was everywhere turning second chances into points with a few timely dimes.
Parlor Sports 68 Boom Goes the Dynamite 45
Get There 15 Mins Early....Especially In Playoffs
So Corey’s squad, which was the best Sunday night team in terms of attendance last season, couldn’t show up on time for a freaking playoff game?
They’re lucky we didn’t just walk out of the gym at 9 p.m. when they didn’t have 5 players ready, but the game started and it was close throughout the first half.
Everyone on Parlor dropped an assist in the first half with Rylan nailing a three at the buzzer to make it 34-27. In the second half it started raining threes from the unlikeliest of shooters (Joel?) and Ernie was cold blooded with two triples to pretty much seal it by giving Parlor a 58-37 lead.