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January 17, 2022
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Maybe a little early for a Thursday night preview, but it’ll give us some time to get the chatter going! After getting far too comfortable with the player search tool and each of your CAC career statistics, it’s time to preview our Week 1 matchups. As King Harry would say… TO THE LINES!

 

6 PM – Bank Shots (8) vs. Smoke or Get Smoked (3)

Banks Shots is a new to #B25v5East and half of their guys have no CAC experience. The other half hasn’t played in 2+ years, but it seems like Josh Torres is their guy. In his last session he posted 17ppg and hit (18) 3’s on 50% shooting. Outside of him, Bank Shots is a bit of a mystery.

SOGS, on the other hand, has been in the league the past few sessions. With key additions of Stahl, Shaffer, Weinstein and Talbot this team has great balance and is poised to make a run for the title. Led by Talbot who shot 74% from 3 last session (and no that’s not a typo, he made 25) they’ve got 3 guys that are career 39% or better shooters from 3 and whole host of rangy defenders to slow down opponents. It may take a few weeks to really mesh, but this is the most experienced group in the league by far (a combined 2,781 games played) and Harry knows how to run a team.

If their name is any indication, Bank Shots will be trading a lot of 2’s for 3’s, so I expect the #3 team in the preseason rankings to cruise.

Smoke or Get Smoked -10.5 over Bank Shots

 

7 PM – Quarter Life Crisis (7) vs. Bet The Over (4)

Second matchup of the night and we already have our second mystery team to try and profile. Only two guys on QLC have any CAC experience (Gardner, Nuredini) and neither have played for 2 years. The rest of their 12-man roster is a mystery. What’s not a mystery is how difficult it’s going to be to find enough minutes for so many guys. Is the 12-man roster a necessity because they’re all out of shape? Are they expecting attendance issues? Wanted to keep the cost down? All of the above? Guess we’ll have to wait and see.  

I’m much more familiar with the second half of this matchup. BTO brings together the cores of Radio Shaq (a B2 regular) and Run ‘N Gun (F21 Draft League Uni runner up) in what expects to be a dark horse candidate for the league title. With CAC veteran Vladi Nechev at the helm, this team will look to push the pace and launch a bunch of 3’s—think rec league version of the 06-07 Suns. How quickly these two groups learn to play together will ultimately define their success, but who doesn’t like to run and gun?

Quarter Life Crisis is matched up against a group of guys who have survived that phase of life, so I expect BTO’s experience to be the difference in this one.

Bet The Over -6.5 over Quarter Life Crisis

 

8 PM – Julius Swerving (2) vs. Furious Rim Ticklers (1)

Oh boy this is juicy. Preseason #1 vs. #2 in the prime-time slot on opening night—doesn’t get any better than this!

Julius Swerving, led by Jim Birrell (21/6/2 and 54% from 3 last season) will look to defend their #B25v5East title, but whether they can do so without their best player is what everyone is here to see. Swerving is the second most experienced team in the league (a combined 1,755 games played) and they’ve got 4 guys that shoot 35% or better from 3, so I like their ability to figure this out on the fly and still be a force to reckon with.

All eyes will be on Furious Rim Ticklers and their shiny new toy, Luka Vlajkovic. This 8-man roster will have no trouble scoring the ball (102 ppg when adding all their most recent season averages), but the trouble may be the fact that there is only one ball. They certainly won’t be putting up 102 ppg, so who’s going to sacrifice shots in such a stat driven league? Should their name be Bet The Over instead? Will Luka be offended that Djordje thinks he’s better looking? So many questions.

Adding (allegedly) the best player in the league to your squad will take a little getting used to, especially when he and Yeakley will be fighting over shots. I think it’ll take a few weeks for this team to figure out roles, so we’re going with the “upset” in Week 1. Here’s your bulletin board material Mr. Yeakley!

Julius Swerving -1.5 over Furious Rim Ticklers

 

9 PM – Cream City (6) vs. Commando (5)

The nightcap pits Cream City vs. Commando in a matchup of teams ranked in the middle of the pack. Cream City is new to this league and led by a stud scorer, Alex Clemens (25/4/3 and 60% from 3 last time he laced them up). Five of their guys have CAC experience with 4 of them playing in Corporate A league. And since Tibbs shamed them for only having 6 rostered guys they’ve added two more, making me think attendance/stamina will be less of an issue.

Commando, on the other hand, is returning the majority of their roster and seems to be a pretty balanced bunch. Led by Maalouf, four of their guys average double figures and team hype man Pranam Chatterjee connected on 43% of his 3’s (22m) last season. Will that be enough to keep pace with the Corporate A guys and Clemens? Is Corporate A much better than B2? Sorry, I’m new here.

Clemens is the best player in this game and I don’t see anyone on Commando being able to slow him down. It’ll be tightly contested, but Cream City ends opening night with the W.

Cream City -3.5 over Commando

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Great preview! I’m looking forward to your coverage this season. Also, I promise to pass to the new guy, Drew.

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Good preview, I might even stay and watch the third game. It will be an interesting game, Luka is a monster and I don’t think they have anyone who can cover him.

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Thank you to those of you who came over and introduced yourself! If you were met with a lukewarm reception, it was either because I was mid-game trying to track all your stats or I was rushing around in-between games getting mentally prepared to track your stats. Week 1 was a blur, but a successful blur as we kicked off what looks to be a promising season.

One quick note before I start recapping the games —do yourselves a favor and put in some work at the FT line. You guys were abysmal last night! 28 – 69 (41%) WOOF. Hopefully that’s just Week 1 jitters and adjusting to a new gym.

 

Bank Shots Get Smoked as SOGS rolls in the opener.

What an easy start to my scorekeeper debut as this game craaaawled out of the gates, which in fairness, is to be expected given the lack of warm up time for any of these games. Once things got going, Pollock masterfully controlled this one as Smoke or Get Smoked beat Bank Shots 66-39 in their season opener.

Puzacke started the scoring with a bucket or two inside for Bank Shots but they cooled off after that and SOGS wasn’t on the board until Weinstein connected on a foul line jumper 5 mins into the action. It was looking like the first team to 25 was going to win the game (which technically ended up being the case, but not what I meant).

With Harry imploring his team from the sideline, SOGS finally picked up the pace and the game changed in a hurry. I vaguely recall an old Roy Williams quote explaining is philosophy for running an up-tempo offense: the more possessions there are in a game, the more likely it is that the better team will come out on top—and that’s exactly what happened here. With Pollock driving this offense, these guys took off. He’s the most important player on this team and if he’s playing with that kind of tempo this team will challenge for the East title. Weinstein got it going during the run that took the roof off this game and Calvin came on strong in the second half to close it, dominating the boards and scoring on coast-to-coast drives which are becoming a signature move of his. The ball moved well, with 5 different players registering at least 1 assist, capped off with a beautiful dime from Harry at the top of the key to a cutting Pollock.

Delaney was a bright spot for bank shots, doing a little bit of everything, and Torres had a nice drive when he finally got to the game (6PM can be a tough time slot). Their team moved the ball a lot but I didn’t like where the possessions ended up. They don’t really seem to know where to go to offensively and this feels very much like a group of guys still figuring out how to play with one another. Puzacke had a couple nice finishes inside and o-boards early when the game was close, but SOGS talent just wore them down and by halftime it was 30-12. I had Torres as a player to watch for this team, but there were stretches when I forgot he was even on the floor. They need him to get more involved. Hopefully Tassinari or Fazio can provide some offense when they join the team, because BS needs to find a way to manufacture some more points.

 

PLAY OF THE GAME:

I hate giving this to Harry, but he dropped that ball right in Pollock’s lap off the back cut for a lay-in that put an exclamation point on the game. Practicing what he preaches.

DND

SOGS: Talbot, Tseytlin

BS: Tassinari, Fazio.

 

66-39 FINAL

 

PLAYER GRADES

SOGS

Calvin (A-) minus bc he was quiet in the first, but came on strong in the second half doing a little bit of everything and lead the team in scoring.

Pollock (A) The engine of this team. He’ll be on triple double watch all season.

Joel (NA) got hurt early and either wasn’t on the court much late or wasn’t a factor bc he was hurt. Hope you’re healed up for next week!

Sydorko (B) Nice vision for a big and made his presence felt throughout the game.

Weinstein (B+) I love Mike’s game, just wish he was a little more aggressive on offense—but that could be Harry’s doing. Need to unlock Mike. He should be the rip Hamilton for this team.

Ghost (C+) Struggled a bit fitting in on a team where he’s less of a focal point on offense, but it’s only Week 1

Harry (B-) I’m going to grade Harry more as a coach this season, bc let’s be honest, that’s what he is at this point. His guys started slow but really turned it on and took care of business and cruised in a game they’re supposed to win. He also had a nice dime to Pollock. Minus bc Weinstein should shoot more.

 

Bank Shots

Puzacke (B-) was active on the glass and lead the team in scoring, but I need better shooting at the line

Banker (C-) 6 rebounds is solid, but all on the defensive end. Would love some o-boards to give your team more looks on O

Carroll (C) Led team in assists and moved the ball well. Made the only 3 he took.

Ferdenzi (C+) Made a mark in a few different statistical categories and hit a 3

Delaney (B+) Was the closest thing to “the guy” out there on the court for BS, doing a little bit of everything to and leading the team in rebounding.

Pesanelli (D) get me an O-board or something.

Torres (C-) showed some flashes, but need more of everything from him for this team to have success.

Passios (D) same as Pesanelli

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Julius Swerving loses control as FRT storms back late.

 The premiere matchup of the night lived up to its billing. Intensity, tension, big shots, momentum swings… it had every bit of a high school rivalry game feel to it (and no, that’s not a knock, our rivalry games in HS were wild). Luka and the Furious Rim Ticklers completed the come-from-behind thriller with a 65-54 victory against the Julius Swerving.

Ray Kluender came out firing with 3 first half triples and his running mate Will Otto was attacking the cup early as JS was in control from the start. I was really impressed with Otto in the first half. He has a scoring guard mindset and knew when and where to pick his spots while he and Kluender took turns lighting up the scoreboard. On the other side of the ball, FRT looked a little disjointed as they tried to fit Luka into their group. There was tentative play and missed connections as they kept it close but could never string enough plays together to go on a run. Luka started slow (maybe bc this is a brand-new team for him) and he sat longer than I expected to start the second half. I was beginning to wonder if all the hype I’ve heard about this guy was just that—hype.

After reading that you may think JS had a commanding leading heading into halftime, but it was only 34 – 33 in their favor which should make any Swerving fans in here a little uneasy.

Fast forward to the 8:17 mark of the second half and you can turn that first half script on its head. The game was tied at 52 before Luka would spark a 13-2 run that set the final score. (Dumb luck by me to write the score down at 8:17 remaining, but that worked out nicely). It was almost as if Luka flipped the proverbial “switch,” as the game neared winning time. As his aggression rose so did the energy of the rest of FRT as the ball started zipping around the horn and guys connected from deep.

The stat line doesn’t show it (maybe I missed a few things, sorry first night on the job) but I made a note that I was impressed with the way Yancy Brown played in this game too. That guy was in the middle of almost every big play. Not to be outdone, Yeakley, DeBari, and Phillips all connected from downtown in the second half as the basket started to widen and this team flashed some of their league-challenging potential.

As you can imagine, the last 8 minutes of the game were a different story for JS as they went cold and only scored 2 points the rest of the way. Ray had trouble connecting from downtown in the second half (partly due to the increased attention on him) and Otto was losing the post up game to DeBari’s solid defense. No mouse in the house here! Monchaz did his best to keep his team in it and got to the rim a few times in the second while Mike Powers led JS on the glass giving them 4 second chance opportunities. But in the end it just wasn’t enough.

 

PLAY OF THE GAME:

Hard to remember one specific play, but Luka had a number of defensive rebounds, turned one-man fast break like a young 2009 Lamar Odom. This guy is going to be a problem for this league when he plays like that.

DND

FRT: Johnson

JS: Baker, Popko, Birrell

 

65-54 FINAL

 

PLAYER GRADES

Julius Swerving

Kluender (B+) his team’s only threat from downtown had a strong first half but faded late and struggled at the line

Mochnacz (B-) solid 2nd half but missed too many 3’s

Otto (B) another strong first half, but his second half post-up iso’s seemed to knock this offense out of it’s flow

Kluender (C) good work on the glass, but the lack of scoring hurts

Yablonski – (C) pretty much the same as here as Ed

Powers – (B) loved the energy and 4 o-boards is solid, just need to put a few more of those back up for layups

 

Furious Rim Ticklers

Luka (A-) minus bc I need better work at the stripe. Triple-double watch for him this season too.

Yeakley (B+) A solid 3-6 from downtown and took good shots the whole game

DeBari  (B) Not a great shooting night but kept the team treading water until they made their run

Djordje (C+) Solid job in limited minutes but missed what would’ve been the play of the game on a dish from his brother. Fits in nicely with this squad.

Phillips (B) docked a grade bc his jersey didn’t have a number, but he hit two 3’s and played within himself.

Yancy  (A) in the middle of everything, Draymond Green type game

Myatt (C) solid in limited mins, kicked the ball out of bounds two times in a row on defense and let out a yell. That was fun.

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Weinstein (B+) I love Mike’s game, just wish he was a little more aggressive on offense—but that could be Harry’s doing. Need to unlock Mike. He should be the rip Hamilton for this team.

We don’t need any John Harding aggression on this team. Weinstein will get his, like he always does on my teams. 

PLAY OF THE GAME:

I hate giving this to Harry, but he dropped that ball right in Pollock’s lap off the back cut for a lay-in that put an exclamation point on the game. Practicing what he preaches.

I won’t lie, I was 50-50 on whether the pass would get to him or land 20 feet out of bounds when I threw it. 

On the other side of the ball, FRT looked a little disjointed as they tried to fit Luka into their group. There was tentative play and missed connections as they kept it close but could never string enough plays together to go on a run. Luka started slow (maybe bc this is a brand-new team for him) and he sat longer than I expected to start the second half. I was beginning to wonder if all the hype I’ve heard about this guy was just that—hype.

Luka, is legit, but this is going to be a whole new team for him than playing on his bothers where every shot on offense belonged to him. Drew, will do his best to keep him involved all game though. 

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City Gets Creamed

Despite the final, the nightcap was one of the most entertaining games of the evening. Maalouf and Commando out rebounded Cream City 60-32 en route to a 64-48 victory in the final game of Week 1.

Clemens was cooking early, and Cream City opened up an 8-2 lead to begin the game. He dazzled throughout the first half hitting three 3s and losing guys on euro-steps and step backs alike. He was the lone star on the court for either team until the captain of Commando, Ralph Maalouf, checked into the game for the first time. (I don’t understand how multiple people are showing up late for a 9 o’clock game, but we’ll chalk it up to an unfamiliar parking situation and give everyone a free pass) Once Maalouf entered the action the tide started to shift in favor of his squad. He did it all for his team, leading them rebounding, steals, blocks, assists and pitching in 14 points. And man oh mannnnn was he a PROBLEM on the glass. He had 13 offensive rebounds! Don’t get me wrong, he’s a big dude, but it’s not like he’s 6’8” with a 7’ wingspan. He was just outworking everyone on CC. Very embarrassing on their part. Behind Maalouf’s relentlessness, Commando closed the gap and only trailed 29-31 at the half.

After 9 mins of back and forth we fast forward to the 11:16 mark of the second half where Commando has gained a 43-39 lead. Buckets have been harder to come by for Clemens and nobody outside of Begen even scored more than 5 points. Begen would connect on three 3s of his own to finish with 11pts but it was slim pickings after him. I liked the aggressive attacks I saw out of Shah, and Charlton and Gupte had moments, but not enough shots were falling to stem the avalanche that was about to wash over them. Over the next 2 mins and 36 seconds Commando would go on a 10-3 run and grab—I don’t know—a dozen offensive rebounds? Docosta finally connected from deep, Brusch came alive inside and Heinrich put the league on notice as another high energy, tough SOB to have to deal with on this team. Other than Maalouf I never saw someone play so hard until the final buzzer like I witnessed with Heinrich. Conditioning and effort seemed to be the difference as Commando completed their comeback and held on to win.

64 – 48 FINAL

 

PLAY OF THE GAME:

There was quite a selection to choose from here. Like I said earlier, Clemens dazzled and Young had a nice buzzer beating layup to close the half, but the POTG has got to go to Troy Dacosta. Late in the first half, he’s leading the break and only has one man to beat when he leaves the floor from just inside the foul line. Now, from the scorer’s table it looked at first like he just lost his place on the court and was going to be stuck in no-man’s land—too far out for a layup but already in the layup motion so a short jumper is off the table. Maybe he throws it off glass to himself like TMac did? Nope, Troy shoots a SOFT scoop layup that gets part of the iron and backboard before falling through. Nice.

 

DND

Commando: Ignacio

Cream City: Chen, Smith

 

PLAYER GRADES

Commando

Maalouf (A) no plus bc he showed up late, but his energy changed the game and he was unstoppable on the boards

Dacosta (B) nice overall game, but 3’s weren’t falling

Heinrich (A+) standout performer of the night, aside from maybe Luka

Brusch (B+) awesome second half and was a big part of the onslaught that flipped the game. Forgettable first is why we’re in the Bs

Chatterjee (C) not the best shooting night, but cashed in the last bucket of the game to avoid an 0-fer. Needs to hit a few more from outside if this team wants to hang with the big dogs.

Gibson (C+) Good on the glass, but showed up late and then wore the same number as Young which was confusing for a few minutes

Milan (B-) played within himself and is the 5th (?) big guy on a team that’s built for the early 2000s

Young (B) bucket at end of half brought his team within two and made good decisions on the court

 

Cream City

I’m going to pull a King Harry trick and dock everyone on this team a full letter grade for getting so badly outrebounded. Rebounding is an effort thing people! Giving up 31 offensive rebounds is egregious.

Clemens (B-) Man’s got a bag. Going to be one of the more fun players to watch in the league and scores the ball so effortlessly. May need to be more aggressive for this team to win.

Gupte (D+) Great size and feel for the game, but needs to be more assertive.

Charlton (C) Love the effort on the defensive end of the floor, but needs to help more on the glass

Bendetson (D+) Similar to Charlton here, solid play, just need more in a game like this

Shah (C+) The only other man in attack mode and led the team with assists, shot just wasn’t falling

Begen (C+) had some timely 3’s and led the team in rebounding

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Great write up, John! Perhaps the Bank Shots offense was so out of sorts because of SOGS stifling D? Just throwing out ideas

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Liam near triple double pushes team through

The second game of the season was between “Bet the Over” and Quarter Life Crisis. Bet the Over, was missing Vladi and Devine for this game. I don’t know who Quarter Life Crisis was missing, but let’s hope it was someone great, for their sake. TO THE ACTION!

Known Harry guy, Liam Corrigan was all over the court in the first half of this one. He was feeding his teammates with dime after dime and dominating on the boards. Bet the Over is a small team, so they’re going to need everyone to contribute on the boards. This was a good opening match-up for them, because Quarter Life Crisis (QLC, was they’ll be known as from now on) isn’t a big team either. They also did a poor job of scouting this team, because they left Matty Johnson open a lot in the first half and he splashed four 3-pointers, leading his team with 14 first half points. 

On the other side of things, QLC was having a lot of trouble scoring. Henry, did his best to move the ball, leading the team with 3 first half assists, but boy was it slim pickings for these guys. Klaudio, led his team with 6 first half points, which isn’t great. I don’t know much about these guys, so it’s hard to comment on what they could fix and who should be the ones to fix it. They record 5 first half steals, so there’s that! 

BTO went into the half up 37-17 and my main focus was whether Liam would be able to get a triple-double. BACK TO THE ACTION!

John “Rec League Iverson” Harding would join the party finally, leading his team with 9 second half points as his team’s offense was stopped a big halt in this half. QLC, finally picked up on the fact that Johnson was a shooter and started to close out better on him. Liam, despite his good passing, was having an off shooting night. He went 0 for 4 from three and BTO got little help from their supporting cast. Obviously, they will look a lot better with Devine and Vladi, but so will the competition. 

Much to my surprise QLC, started to mount a bit of a comeback in this game. My guy Henry, started to assert himself offensively, scoring 9 second half points to go along with first half assists. Andrew Burke, started to catch fire a bit from deep, going 2 for 6 from 3 in the second half and Klaudio equaled his first half total in points. These guys kept bringing the fight and you have to give them credit on the defensive end of the floor as well. They did a great job limiting BTO from 3 in the second half and holding them to 22 second half points is a hell of an effort.

Despite the good effort by QLC, they just dug themselves too big of a hole to get out. They got the game to 7 a couple of times, maybe even 5 once, but that was about it. BTO took it down 59-50.

I’m going to do a team outlook, because I don’t know how to grade people I’ve never seen before

QLC: I liked the fight from these guys in the second half. They didn’t give up and they tried really hard to make a game of it. The problem for them, much like opponent, is things are going to get harder from here on out. I hope they have someone who can get buckets stashed on their roster.

BTO: Bet the Over looks just like a good 5v5 or B-Draft team. However, this isn’t B-Draft or any kind of Draft league. Things are about to get a lot tougher for this team, starting next week. Vladi/Devine are good players, but as Devine found out last Wednesday, team leagues are a different breed. Their season starts next week against Swerving. 

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BTO went into the half up 37-17 and my main focus was whether Liam would be able to get a triple-double. BACK TO THE ACTION!

John “Rec League Iverson” Harding 

BTO: Bet the Over looks just like a good 5v5 or B-Draft team. However, this isn’t B-Draft or any kind of Draft league. Things are about to get a lot tougher for this team, starting next week. Vladi/Devine are good players, but as Devine found out last Wednesday, team leagues are a different breed. Their season starts next week against Swerving.   

Give us a little heads up from the scorer’s table that the triple-dub is within reach next time!

Harry’s like the rec league Shaq (Celtics version of course) just bestowing nicknames to people left and right… or just me? Either way I love it. THE ANSWER.

We’ll certainly know what were made of the next two weeks. Schedulers did us no favors with Swerving and FRT in Weeks 2 and 3…

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