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Standings 5v5 Draft F22 Thru Week 4

Team Record % Streak GB PF PA DRBS ORBS Assists Blocks Steals 3P% 3PA FT% FTA
The Robel Effect4-01.000W4082.7564.25 30.815.820.57.310.340%9387%46
Geeks & Sneaks3-10.750W2155.5049.75 32.510.510.32.86.333%5864%39
Angels in the Backcourt2-20.500W1262.5064.75 29.314.59.03.36.027%8957%70
PRIMETIME 3.02-20.500L2255.2558.25 32.313.011.32.05.537%10061%31
You Got Tibbs'D2-20.500W1252.5048.25 36.313.311.81.39.329%10149%37
Locks & Keyz1-30.250L1352.2557.75 29.813.07.84.87.531%9046%48
OJ and Friends1-30.250L3357.5069.25 28.015.59.35.36.326%8067%58
Team Tegridy Farms1-30.250L1360.5066.50 26.88.315.53.57.539%8067%52
Tuesday October 11th
TimeHome AwayLoc
6:00 PMYou Got Tibbs'D  vs.Team Tegridy Farms  MLK Jr
7:00 PMOJ and Friends  vs.PRIMETIME 3.0  MLK Jr
8:00 PMAngels in the Backcourt  vs.Locks & Keyz  MLK Jr
9:00 PMThe Robel Effect  vs.Geeks & Sneaks  MLK Jr

Tuesday October 18th
TimeHome AwayLoc
6:00 pmPRIMETIME 3.0  vs.Angels in the Backcourt  MLK Jr
7:00 PMTeam Tegridy Farms  vs.Geeks & Sneaks  MLK Jr
8:00 PMThe Robel Effect  vs.You Got Tibbs'D  MLK Jr
9:00 PMLocks & Keyz  vs.OJ and Friends  MLK Jr

Scores, Box Scores & Write-Ups

Regular Season: Week 4

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Commentary by JAMIL & NATE THE GREAT...

PRIMETIME 3.0 52  You Got Tibbs'D 72

Danzig leads You Got TibbsD to a blowout victory over PRIMETIME

The outcome of this game was a bit unexpected and surprising for me. I did predict a win by You Got Tibbs'D, but the 20-point thrashing on a night where AJ really struggled shooting the ball says a lot about the talent level on this You Got Tibbs'D. 

Getting to the game, Ben Danzig played phenomenally and absolutely dominated every defender they attempted to guard him. He would contribute 28 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals on the night. 

Harry and Tibbs, indicated he would be an absolute steal in this draft and he’s already paying dividends as You Got Tibbs'D achieves their second win of the season against a very good PRIMETIME 3.0 squad.

As previously mentioned, AJ struggled offensively, but his impact defensive (4 steals) and as a facilitator (7 assists) cannot be dismissed. 

Other notable contributors were, Ben Shamah, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 steals continues to make his presence known on both ends of the court in his pursuit of the coveted DPOY award. Jackson Eckenrode, 8 points, 14 rebounds, 1 steal, and 1 block continues to do all of the little things that lead to wins. Can’t forget about my boy X, who has played well all season. He totaled 9 points, 6 rebounds, and 1 steal. 

PRIMETIME 3.0 was led by Kevin Gillooly and Louis Cole with 13 points. They really struggled with David Thompson, not being in attendance, and the lack of a true point guard. Despite having a ton of talent, this team really struggles with overall ball movement and transition defense. 

Nick Keramaris continues to be underutilized. I love the combination of him and Michael Schrader. For this team to be effective, they have to develop a more balanced offense that doesn’t completely rely on three-point shooting.

I have watched Muccio-led teams for the past 4+ seasons and the only thing I’m certain of is they’ll be better as the season progresses. 

Co-Players of the game: 

  • Ben Danzig - One word to describe Ben in this game is “Unstoppable”. 
  • Kevin Gillooly - Played a super efficient game offensively and led his team in scoring. Huge shoutout for staying late and covering my game. I really appreciate you, bro. 

PRIMETIME 3.0
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Amal Mukalel2410100200% 00NA
John Muccio1061321000NA 7229%
Kevin Gillooly1341300000NA 7343%
Kyle Schluns530110000NA 2150%
Louis Cole1340100022100% 8338%
Michael Schrader474100000NA 00NA
Nick Keramaris510600002150% 00NA

You Got Tibbs'D
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
AJ Gotthelf2351740000NA 17529%
Ben Danzig2845420000NA 300%
Ben Shamah14462002150% 100%
Jackson Eckenrode8131211000NA 00NA
James Lindsay323110000NA 11100%
Xavier Abreu95101002150% 300%

The Robel Effect 83  Team Tegridy Farms 70

The Robel Effect avoids Team Tegridy Farms upset attempt

Shitty weather and traffic resulted in Robel Effect playing 4 on 5 for a majority of the first half. To my astonishment, the combination of Patrick, Motha, myself, and the “Splash King” Rich Disola we still managed to hold a slight (14 - 13)  advantage over Team Tegridy Farms before Iyobel and Tes would arrive and check in. 

This matchup can only be described as a game of runs, as the momentum would swing back and forth between teams as the game progressed. Team Tegridy Farms led by Devin Quinlin got out in transition whenever possible and this worked very effectively for them early on. Not only did it lead to easy baskets, but it also lead to transition 3-pointers.

Matty J, Alex B, Devin, and Matty Moffitt were the primary benefactors as they would combine 8 threes on 17 attempts, which is a 47% clip from deep. 

Tes and Iyobel made an immediate impact on both ends of the court. Tes was Tes, scoring in bunches and leading The Robel Effect in easy transitions buckets and being active on defense. 

Iyobel who is continuing to recover from his injury gets better and stronger week by week. I cannot say enough about his grit and defense intensity. I’m really excited to see what he can do come playoff time. 

Chris Jenco (13 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals, and 1 block)  got it going in the second half, after a pretty quiet first half. His team really feeds off his intensity and energy. He continues to be a late-round draft steal Andre and company. 

Isaac's stat line may not jump out at you, but he played a pretty well-rounded game with 6 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists. Despite being his team's primary big man, he does a fantastic job facilitating for his team. 

The “Splash King” Rich Disola would close the game in epic fashion. “Can I cook? Can I get 20?” He would stuff the stat sheet for the 4th consecutive week with 20 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists,  4 steals, and 2 blocks.  He also achieved his 3rd 20+ game through 4 weeks of the season, as he continues to lead the lead in scoring.

Despite a hard-fought effort by Team Tegridy Farms, they would fall short in the upset effort as The Robel Effect would connect on every single free throw attempted to down the stretch and managed to come up with some timely force turnover. 

Co-Players of the game: 

  • The Ref - For tolerating all the bitching and complaining. 
  • Kevin Gillooly - Huge shoutout for staying late and covering our game, dealing with the complaining, and doing a fantastic job. I really appreciate you, bro.
  • Motha - Jeff had 10 points, 12 rebounds, and 3 assists (probably more) and played a fantastic game on both ends of the court. Without Jeff, we do not win this game. He held down the paint defensively and really helped facilitate the offense and kept us under control.

The Robel Effect
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Iyobel Tensae2332010200% 00NA
Jamil Ball32766400171482% 3133%
Jeff Motha1075300022100% 00NA
Patrick Aspell52132002150% 00NA
Rich DiSola2093342022100% 5240%
Tes Woldeselassie1442422000NA 5240%

Team Tegridy Farms
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Alex Biskelonis1150040011100% 5240%
Andre Jones552110011100% 00NA
Chris Jenco1353121011100% 200%
Devin Quinlin155262006467% 4250%
Isaac Van Wert6534010200% 200%
Matt Johnson1040200000NA 5240%
Matt Moffitt1041001000NA 3267%

Locks & Keyz 45  Geeks & Sneaks 59

Tola leads Geeks and Sneaks to easy win

My initial prediction was pretty darn close! “Geeks & Sneaks 60 - 48 in an easy win against the undermanned Locks & Keyz. Remember fellas, the top seeds get to choose their opponents, so the regular season records matter.”

This game was pretty hard on the eyes, but not due to a lack of effort. Both teams played extremely hard, but without Nate Mendes Locks & Keyz just didn’t have enough firepower. 

Jacob Held (19 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 blocks) did his best to pace Locks & Keyz offensively, but they had no answer Tola, Aaron King, and Miguel. 

Tola was in absolute attack mode. Whether it was going around and through defenders, it just didn’t matter, as he was super motivated to do work. 

Aaron, not to be confused with Dylan was fired up and chirping at defenders on his way to 17 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 assists. He continues to have a stellar season on one of the top teams in the league. 

Miguel showed up at halftime, and despite only scoring 7 points 8 rebounds, and 3 assists he was the difference in the game. He continues to be a matchup nightmare for every team in the league. 

Todd Dowrey, Chris Blakeley, and Tim Donnelly's inability to make an impact on the offensive end really contributed to Locks & Keyz's struggles.

Despite the loss, I expect both teams to be major factors in the postseason as neither team has not a shortage in talent.

Co-Players of the Game: 

  • Tola Balogun - Was in attack mode all night and the defense has no answer for him. 
  • Aaron King - Played well on both ends of the court and scored within the offense.

Locks & Keyz
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Chris Blakeley263110000NA 200%
Evan Valcourt035101000NA 100%
Hamin Yoon420001000NA 00NA
Jacob Held194121208563% 300%
Othniel St-Ulme010120000NA 00NA
Tim Donnelly621010000NA 3267%
Todd Dowrey850000000NA 6233%

Geeks & Sneaks
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Aaron King1752210011100% 5360%
Ben Mitchell020000000NA 100%
Dylan Russell561221000NA 4125%
Miguel Monclova744310000NA 3267%
Taiye Balogun1371220000NA 4125%
Tola Balogun179103104375% 400%

Angels in the Backcourt 71  OJ and Friends 66

Angels in the Backcourt out last OJ and Friends as time expires

Angels in the Backcourt 71  OJ and Friends 66

Despite projecting a blowout, OJ and Friends vs Angels in the Backcourt did not disappoint. Angels in the Backcourt led by Dan Schwartz and Mike Garolfalo defensively did not disappoint. It was a back-and-forth affair. 

On a night where the stars (Guzzi, Mike Jones, and Guy Robinson) struggled mightly with their shooting, the spectacular defense was on full display. For OJ and Friends, Ryan collected 5 steals and 1 block, Nate Guzi contributed with 2 steals and 5 blocks, and last but far from least Jorge Morel finished with 2 steals and 4 blocks. 

Angels in the Backcourt defensive standouts were Mike Garolfalo, Kola Olugbade, and Dan Schwartz. Not only did they rebound the shit out of the ball, but the level of physical in which they played eventually wore down OJ and Friends in a super close game. 

Guy Robinson (17 points) and Mike Jones (23 points) struggled mightly going a combined 5 for 21 from beyond the arc, but still managed to score when their team needed it the most.

OJ and Friends really struggled offensively, but rookie Sean Snively and Jore Morel really stepped up for them in a big way. I can’t forget Tommy Big Guns NG 7 points! 

The game would come down to the final minutes, but Guy in true Guy Robinson form hit a clutch free throw after clutch free throw to halt any momentum/comeback attempt by OJ and Friends. 

Co-Players of the Game: 

  • Mike Garolfalo - 17 points, 14 rebounds, and 2 blocks. Super efficient game and played hard the entire time. 
  • Dan Schwartz - His offensive rebounding created numerous second chance opportunities to that led to easy baskets for his teammates.

Angels in the Backcourt
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Chao Quan000011000NA 100%
Dan Schwartz1071111206233% 00NA
Guy Robinson178051005360% 11218%
Kola Olugbade16100202150% 00NA
Mike Garofalo178601205240% 7457%
Mike Jones235130008675% 10330%

OJ and Friends
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Jorge Morel10109324000NA 200%
Nate Guzzi1533525011545% 300%
Ryan Glynn87135102150% 5120%
Scott Glynn853200000NA 5240%
Sean Snively1453100000NA 6233%
Tommy Ng711000000NA 3133%

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Points Per Game
1AJ Gotthelf
You Got Tibbs'D
25.00
2Rich DiSola
The Robel Effect
22.75
3Mike Jones
Angels in the Backcourt
21.75
4Tes Woldeselassie
The Robel Effect
19.75
5Nate Guzzi
OJ and Friends
17.50
6Guy Robinson
Angels in the Backcourt
17.00
7Jacob Held
Locks & Keyz
15.00

Player Rater
1Jamil Ball
The Robel Effect
57.004
2Rich DiSola
The Robel Effect
56.754
3AJ Gotthelf
You Got Tibbs'D
54.333
4Nate Guzzi
OJ and Friends
51.634
5Jacob Held
Locks & Keyz
45.134
6Mike Jones
Angels in the Backcourt
41.754
7Nick Keramaris
PRIMETIME 3.0
40.504
8Devin Quinlin
Team Tegridy Farms
40.004
9Tes Woldeselassie
The Robel Effect
39.754
10Miguel Monclova
Geeks & Sneaks
38.134
10Jackson Eckenrode
You Got Tibbs'D
38.134

Rebounds Per Game
1Nick Keramaris
PRIMETIME 3.0
15.00
2Jacob Held
Locks & Keyz
13.25
3Dan Schwartz
Angels in the Backcourt
12.50
4Jackson Eckenrode
You Got Tibbs'D
12.25
5Abe Gladstone
You Got Tibbs'D
12.00
6Evan Valcourt
Locks & Keyz
11.33
7Miguel Monclova
Geeks & Sneaks
10.75

3s Per Game
1AJ Gotthelf
You Got Tibbs'D
5.3331%
2Tes Woldeselassie
The Robel Effect
4.2546%
3Nate Mendes
Locks & Keyz
3.5044%
4Todd Dowrey
Locks & Keyz
3.0041%
5John Muccio
PRIMETIME 3.0
2.7546%
5Louis Cole
PRIMETIME 3.0
2.7538%
7Mike Jones
Angels in the Backcourt
2.5028%
7Rich DiSola
The Robel Effect
2.5053%
7Matt Johnson
Team Tegridy Farms
2.5036%

Assists Per Game
1Jamil Ball
The Robel Effect
8.00
2Devin Quinlin
Team Tegridy Farms
5.50
3AJ Gotthelf
You Got Tibbs'D
4.33
4Nate Guzzi
OJ and Friends
3.25
4Jeff Motha
The Robel Effect
3.25
4Rich DiSola
The Robel Effect
3.25
4Tes Woldeselassie
The Robel Effect
3.25