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Franchise B Week 6 - Previews, Lines, Contender Analysis
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bkoller297 said
All stats are up. Writeups for the three games I covered will likely go up tomorrow. Much thanks to Ian Cundall for covering my game, and also volunteering to do a writeup as well.

Quick summary:

– Mean Machine led by as many as 7 in the second half, but BBB pulled away behind their pair of Mikes. Bonus entertainment was Cawley getting upset at Coburn for apparently undercutting him, which resulted in some shoving and harsh words.

– Fightin’ Nimrods let most of the game, and ended up with a semi-comfortable win. Cundall balled out, while Cavano and Kerk were apparently having a contest for who could have the highest combination of rebounds and missed shots. 

– Buck Nasties pulled away from Scarface Killahs in the second half. Kahana had a great game, and Buck Nasties’ team play was much improved, especially on defense.

– In a game missing a ton of key players on both sides, Vandelay had a pretty easy win over SheffBoyerD. Sheffield saw Kerk go 2/13 from 3 earlier in the night, and though “I can one-up him”, so he went 2/14 from 3.

Fun fact: there were three 20/20 stat lines last night (me, Alemann, Etheridge. Cavano also had 22 rebounds, but only 9 points)  

I hate you guys Dustin. I hope we play again, so I can win by a 100.

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It was a great game played by Koller, and I think we need to check Tommy for rockets in his shoes kid was really flying around last night much respect. 

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It was a great game played by Koller, and I think we need to check Tommy for rockets in his shoes kid was really flying around last night much respect.   

Remember when you played defense?

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haha Effort will always be there but crafty players sometimes get the best of me , Ill be ready for next time 

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Fightin Nimrods 65  Magic City 56

Hopp on the Cundall Train

Yeah, I took the title pun directly from Hopp’s SDL team name. Idgaf, it’s a good pun, and relevant because Hopp and Cundall were excellent in this game. Cundall has been low-key beasting in an under-the-radar way this season, so hopefully putting the spotlight on him doesn’t change anything.

People might notice that there are some unusually high rebounding numbers in this one, and for good reason: both teams came out of the gate at a frenetic pace in this one, but chucking up bricks all over the place. I honestly might have missed some rebounds, because the pace of missed shots was truly staggering. The Nimrods got out to an early lead behind some buckets from the aforementioned Hopp and Cundall. Nimrods were running with just 4 in this one (no Gans or Ed Antosz), so they would need a strong showing from all 4 players, which they mostly got. Magic City stayed in the game thanks to some surprising contributions from Joel Francois and Joe Breda. Not known for their scoring, they got it going early as Breda nailed a pair of 3’s and Joel got to the bucket 3 times to combine for all of Magic City’s first 12 points. 

The Nimrods stayed ahead though, as they continued to work the ball around, resulting in nice looks for Hopp and Cundall, who were taking advantage. Captain Chris Cavano was beasting on the boards, but having some issues actually putting the ball in the hoop. He was joined by his counterpart Kerk, who was also grabbing all the boards, but missing (almost) all his shots. At the half, these two had combined for 7 points and 22 boards, but Cavano had a little more support, and the Nimrods took a 34-25 lead at the half. 

Perhaps the most offensive part of the first half was Harry Demakes on the balcony singing Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You.” The song choice, manner of performance, and lyrical selection all left something to be desired. Distracting, disturbing, and downright disconcerting.

Back down on the court, Cundall opened up the second half absolutely on fire. He had racked up a very respectable 10 first-half points, but came out and immediately scored his team’s first 9 points. Magic City actually got some offense going at this point, but they weren’t able to close the gap because every bucket of theirs was matched by Cundall. For an approximation of his performance, please see this video: 

Hopp nailed a triple to make it 46-33, and it looked like this one was locked up, but Magic City came back with an 8-0 run to cut the deficit to 5 and make things kind of interesting, including Kerk finally hitting a 3. The Nimrods responded with a 6-0 run of their own though to push the lead back up to double digits, and that was that. Magic City didn’t play all that badly, but some poor shooting and lack of defensive communication were enough to sink them. Jeff Hammil hit a couple 3’s late in the second half to keep the lead around 10, and the Nimrods secured a nice win. 

Player Grades

Fightin’ Nimrods

Cavano: (B) – This is about as good a grade as I can give him considering his offensive performance. He missed a ton of shots inside and outside, and was visibly frustrated by it. But, he absolutely owned the glass, and was extremely active on defense, leading to 5 blocks and 2 steals. Overall positive contribution.

Hopp: (A-) – He was their primary creator on offense, and made some tough shots down the stretch when they seemed a little stagnant. Pretty good defense too, and an overall very nice game.

Cundall: (A) – Great game from Ian in basically every department. 20-10 double-double on efficient shooting, and passed the ball well to the tune of 5 assists. What more can you ask for?

Hammil: (A-) – Great game from Jeff as well. Hit most of his open shots, and was aggressive on the boards too.

Magic City

Booth: (B-) – 18/6/3 is a decent line, and he did some good work in the second half to keep his team within striking distance. I do think he was the one defending Hopp most of the game though, and Hopp got the better of him. 2/9 from 3 is also kinda rough.

Kerk: (C) – His 19 rebounds were excellent, and keep his grade from going too low, but his shot was just not there today. 2/13 from deep is pretty bad. 

Joel: (B-) – Joel was active as usual, and did what he could, stuffing the stat sheet reasonably well. His defense was not quite as on-point as he’s capable of though.

Breda: (A-) – Joe was averaging around 5 points per game (both season and career) before this one, and came in to drop 17 on reasonably good efficiency, with pretty good all-around play. Only reason he doesn’t get the full A is because there some possessions where he made some defensive gambles that didn’t pay off and put him out of position.

Amir: (C) – No deep triples from Amir in this one 🙁  He did have a a nice steal though.

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Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Chris Cavano 9 16 6 3 2 5 0 2 2 100% 6 1 17%
Christian Hopp 23 4 2 5 2 0 0 2 1 50% 11 4 36%
Ian Cundall 21 7 4 5 0 0 0 1 0 0% 6 3 50%
Jeff Hamill 12 11 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 NA 5 2 40%
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Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Amir Learner 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 NA 4 0 0%
Cody Booth 18 6 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 0% 9 2 22%
Greg Kerkorian 8 16 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 NA 13 2 15%
Joe Breda 17 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 NA 6 3 50%
Joel Francois 12 7 5 4 1 1 0 2 2 100% 0 0 NA
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Mean Machine 57  Big Baller Brand 69

Alliteration game: Big Baller Brand beats Mean Machine (feat. Cawley-Coburn combative conflict)

The story coming into this one was that long-time Thursday BDraft fixture Noah Spaulding had been sneakily added to Mean Machine, as youngster Justin Smith apparently suffered a knee injury that will keep him out of the season. Some might question the legitimacy of this fill-in arrangement; while there is general precedence, most previous examples have not taken place past the halfway point of the season, and you can debate as to whether or not Justin is better than Noah.

Noah did have a moment of honesty and clarity though, when he pointed out that in the long run, his addition to a 1-4 Mean Machine squad is unlikely to make any huge difference. With this swap, Mean Machine loses athleticism and defense, but gains significantly more offensive polish, including some much needed outside shooting. So how did the debut of this adjusted team go? For a while, pretty well. Mean machine jumped out to an early lead behind buckets from Ben MacDonald and Nate Carlucci. The Ben Mac vs. Cawley matchup was a good one, and Ben had some success when he was able to build up momentum and barrel towards the hoop. He was definitely in attack mode from the beginning, as evidenced by one particularly amusing moment when Rubin called for the ball, Ben looked directly at him, then ignored him and did his own thing. 

Mean Machine had a couple nice plays in the first half, including Tom Coburn viciously crossing over Jeff Arinella but then missing a semi-contested layup. Rubin didn’t miss his chance though, when he roasted Harry on a drive a couple plays later. I’m pretty sure Harry was stumbling in the wrong direction for at least two or three steps on that one. We’ll have to wait for the video to verify how bad it was. That Rubin bucket made it 27-19, but BBB clawed back into it, mostly behind Cawley and Etheridge, both of whom were attacking the bucket (and Etheridge doing his usual cleaning up his own misses for putbacks). Harry also made up for his earlier defensive mishap by running the floor admirably on a fast break, and getting rewarded with a pass from Cawley for a nice bucket. At the half, it was 32-30 Mean Machine; Ben Mac led all scorers with 17, while Etheridge and Cawley had 15 and 11, respectively.

Mean Machine briefly built the lead back up to 7 before BBB came clawing back once again. Etheridge was attacking the boards on both ends, and frequently going coast to coast, while Cawley and Jet got going a little as well. Those three propelled BBB to the lead in the middle of the second half, and Mean Machine kind of fell apart after that. Their offense stagnated, and BBB was able to turn their defense into quick offense. 

With BBB close to putting the game away late, tempers flared when Cawley felt Coburn undercut him on a layup attempt, and took serious offense to that. Cawley immediately turned and gave him a hard shove, and got in his face before people separated them. I know Tom was not trying to do anything intentionally, but I also know he plays somewhat recklessly, and Cawley felt it crossed the line into dangerous play territory on this one. It ended without much more activity on that front, apart from some pointedly aggressive box-outs from Coburn against Cawley. There was some brief fouling, but BBB hit their free throws and MM never really had a chance to steal it back.

Player Grades

Big Baller Brand

Etheridge: (A) – A 20/20 performance almost always deserves an A, and Etheridge played very well. Lots of his o-boards were off his own misses, but it still counts, and he turned them into buckets.

Cawley: (B+) – Had a little bit of a tough time getting going and seemed frustrated at times, but kept on working hard and ended up with a solid game. Gets bumped down from an A- to B+ because MacDonald got a few too many buckets on him driving to the hoop.

Jet: (B) – After a pretty mediocre first half, came alive in the second to help his team pull away. C for the first half, A for the second half. 

Harry: (B) – Apart from gettin roasted by Rubin, a respectably solid game for Harry. 

Mean Machine

Ben MacDonald: (B+) – Ended up with a pretty good stat line, and was his team’s main offense. Downsides are that he took a lot of shots, and only scored 9 in the second half, when his team was struggling. 

Rubin: (B-) – Had some good offensive rebounds and a couple impressive blocks, plus that drive on Harry. Overall though, his team needed him to create a little more offense for them.

Coburn: (C) – Played with great energy as usual, but didn’t translate to results in this game. He wasn’t scoring much or creating for others, and his man on defense (Jet) had big plays down the stretch.

Nate: (B) – Had a nice start to the game, then was a little quiet after that. Got matched up against Etheridge and bullied down low, which wasn’t good, but also just a bad matchup for Nate.

Noah: (C+) – He had 6 points on 2/7 shooting from deep. He also had 10 rebounds (2 offensive) and 3 blocks. Rebounding and blocks were great, but MM will need more from him on offense (his overall looks were limited, but 2/7 from deep is still pretty blech).

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Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Ben MacDonald 26 6 2 2 3 0 0 3 1 33% 6 1 17%
Jeff Rubin 8 3 4 1 1 2 0 1 0 0% 2 0 0%
Nathan Carlucci 12 3 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0% 6 2 33%
Tom Coburn 5 4 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0% 2 1 50%
Big Baller Brand
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Harry Demakes 6 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 NA 0 0 NA
Jeff Arinella 16 1 1 2 3 0 0 8 4 50% 5 2 40%
Mike Cawley 23 8 3 3 2 2 0 8 6 75% 1 1 100%
Mike Etheridge 24 16 6 2 1 0 0 4 2 50% 0 0 NA
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I’m pretty sure Harry was stumbling in the wrong direction for at least two or three steps on that one.

 

More like daring him to drive left, which he did for the first time in 6 seasons.

Jet (B): After a pretty mediocre first half (where he was assaulted every play), came alive in the second to help his team pull away. C for the first half, A for the second half. 

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SheffBoyerD 49  Vandelay Industries 64

Vandelay pulls away in matchup missing basically everyone

This game was missing a ton of people on either side; so many, in fact that the people missing would form a title-winning team if you put them all together. For proof: starting lineup of Rosiello, Boyer, Park, and Joel Shaffer, with Frongi as your 5th man. It seems like SBD took the worse of the absences, although they did get Dustin to fill in.

I thought Vandelay might struggle to generate offense with Eric out, but they got out to an extremely quick start, looking sharper and quicker than SBD.  They jumped out to early leads of 7-0, 13-2, and 23-6 thanks to good all-around play. Alemann was doing good work inside on both ends, including two consecutive nice blocks on Petros on the same possession.  Petros did save some face by rejecting Alemann on the other end a few minutes later, so at least he’s got that. Aaron King got going as well, and rattled off 10 points in a very short amount of time with some strong takes to the hoop. Alex Sherman-Ash realized that he was getting left behind in this scoring fest, so he got in on the action with a beautiful post spin and reverse layup that garnered an impressive “ooohhh” from the entire balcony crowd (me and Homa).

For SBD, their outside shooting was ice cold, particularly Gordon Sheffield. He mentioned he had gotten in late the previous night from a West coast flight, so maybe that was it, but he was really off with his shot all game long. Luckily though, Dustin started getting into a rhythm to keep them in the game. He had a pretty unremarkable performance in his own game immediately prior, but maybe he just needed 40 minutes to get warmed up because he was getting to the hoop almost at will in this one. Dustin did have one low point in the first half, which was when Danny Lang got up and blocked Dustin’s shot so hard that it was basically a volleyball spike. Dustin ended up with 18 first half points, with Petros chipping in the team’s other 9 points, as SBD closed it to a 34-27 halftime deficit to give themselves a chance. 

This hope of a close game was dashed pretty quickly though when Vandelay came out with a quick 12-0 run after halftime. Alemann hit Aaron King for a 3 pointer to make it a 43-27 game, and it was pretty obvious to me and Homa that this one was over. As a side note, Homa is an excellent viewing partner up in the balcony – enthusiastic and fairly chatty. After what seemed like the millionth missed SBD 3-pointer, Homa said, “oh, just stop…” I informed him that SBD was now 0/17 from 3, and he responded, “Oh wow. That is…unfortunate.” Yes indeed Homa, it was quite unfortunate. SBD finally scored their first second half points after 6 minutes, and a couple minutes later, Gordon finally hit a 3 to break that terrible drought. 

Petros hurt himself with just under 10 minutes to go in the game, and Homa came down from the balcony to save the day, since SBD had no subs. He acquitted himself admirably, grabbing a rebound and avoiding mistakes in the 3 minutes he played until Petros came back in. The lead was hanging around 15 or so, and ASA hit a 3 to make it 58-39 to put the punctuation mark on this victory for Vandelay. A few minutes later and this one was all over.

Player Grades

Vandelay Industries

Alemann: (A) – 20/20 game with 4 blocks, plus a few assists and a couple steals. Can’t ask for more than that. 

ASA: (A-) – Pretty good all around game. Would’ve been a full A if he hit his free throws and 3’s better.

King: (A-) – Nice game for Aaron, who struck a good balance between being aggressive but not forcing shots. 

Lang: (B) – Not a big statistical game for Lang,  but I think the stats underplay how active he was out there. Rarely made mistakes, and seemed to be all over the place

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Dustin: (A-) – As a fill-in, Dustin had 27 points, 12 rebounds (1 offensive) and a steal. He shot 1/4 from 3 and 2/3 from the FT line. Pretty damn good overall, and even better after playing most of the game immediately prior to this one.

Petros: (B) – I’m giving him a little bit of a pass for his lack of production in the second half since he got injured halfway through, then still seemed to be hurting when he came back in. 

Gordon: (C-) – Rough night for Sheff – he made 4 shots, on probably 20-25 attempts. He was coming off a 29 point game though, and his team needed him to score, so I won’t be too harsh. He also did a very good job on the boards and passing, so that saves his grade a bit. 

EJ: (C) – EJ had 0 points in 40 minutes, which is pretty tough. No midrange jumpers or funky scoop layups for him in  this one. He did have 3 good blocks though!

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Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Erik Johnson 0 6 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 NA 4 0 0%
Gordon Sheffield 10 12 1 5 1 1 0 0 0 NA 14 2 14%
Mark Petros 12 5 2 1 1 1 0 3 2 67% 4 0 0%
Vandelay Industries
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Aaron King 17 6 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 NA 3 1 33%
Alex Alemann 22 16 5 3 2 4 0 5 3 60% 6 1 17%
Alex Sherman-Ash 17 5 1 2 1 1 0 3 1 33% 7 2 29%
Dan Lang 8 7 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 NA 0 0 NA
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Thanks to Ian for covering this game last week and doing a writeup!

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Buck Nasties 81  Scarface Killahs 69

Buck Nasties get their shit together

With Frongi off gallivanting around Europe, Ian Cundall here filling in for the marquee matchup between the 1-4 Buck Nasties and 2-3 Scarface Killahs. Both teams needed a win, but in the end Buck Nasties came away with a well-deserved 81-69 victory. It was Scarface Killahs, however, who came out of the gate quick with Chaz setting the tone early at his usual frantic pace. After five minutes they had a 14-10 lead and the lead swelled after Amul knocked down back-to-back threes. Kahana was the only source of offense for Buck Nasties and more or less singlehandedly kept them in the game for the first fifteen minutes. Scarfaces’ ball movement was working and Barto and McGur were doing work down low. As the half went on, however, the threes stopped falling which was a preview of things to come in the second half. Late in the half, Buck Nasties would make a run led by Jacques, who was 3/3 from three. After a Kahana three and a pair of Koller free throws the score would end up 40-37 Scarface at the half. Kahana led Buck Nasties with 19/3/2 and Chaz led Scarface with 10/4/4. Both Barto and Amul chipped in nine points as well in the first half for a balanced Scarface squad. 

In the second half, Koller decided enough was enough and that he needed to assert himself after a relatively quiet first half. Buck Nasties took their first lead on a Koller bucket and then the game was back and forth for the next ten minutes. Scarface found themselves in the lead 56-52 with ten minutes left, but they got cold and Scarface went on a 10-2 run to pull ahead including a huge Kahana three to give Buck Nasties a four point lead. With four minutes left it was still a four-point game, 64-60 Buck Nasties. Scarface couldn’t by a shot at this point with Chaz and Saganario ice cold from three which allowed Buck Nasties to pull away, especially with Kahana and Koller money from the line. Chaz hit a three in garbage time to bring the final score to 81-69, but prior to that Scarface had outscored Buck Nasties 17-6 over the last four minutes.

Player Grades

Buck Nasties

Koller: (A) – In a tough matchup against Barto and McGirr, Koller put up 24/21/4 with 3 blocks and 7/9 from the line which is an easy A. After the first half wouldn’t have guessed Koller would end up putting up a line like that though as he had a very pedestrian 7/3/2 line at the half.

Kahana: (A) – Tom had it going this week leading the Buck Nasties with 38 points and 6 assists and icing the game with 8/8 free throws down the stretch.

Jacques: (B+) – Came out hot from three and contributed a solid all around game with 13/4/6 and 4 steals. Could have been better, but missed a few easy layups.

Tams: (B-) – Solid all around game in a tough matchup given Scarfaces’ size. 6/7 with 2 assists and put in some good work down low.

Homa: (C+) – Didn’t get a ton of minutes, but was active when in and grabbed a pair of rebounds.

Scarface Killahs

Chas: (A-) – 20/5/5 and was the leader of the Scarface offense. Had some trouble from three in the second half and struggled to guard Tom which brings the overall grade down 

Barto: (B+) – Tough matchup with Koller, but still put up 19 points and grabbed 8 boards. Mid-range game was on, but maybe could have been a bit more physical in the second half when Koller dominated the glass.

Amul: (B) – Helped Scarface jump out to the lead with a few threes and played solid defense. Was quiet in the second half, however, as Buck Nasties pulled away.

Dustin: (B-) – Solid offensive performance, but struggled defensively when guarding Kahana and missed some easy shots.

McGirr: (B-) – 6 points and 9 rebounds (nice), but otherwise a pretty quiet game. With Barto on the court also those two take up a lot of space down low and things can get congested.

Andrew: (C) – Some days you just don’t have it and this was the case for Andrew as he was 2/9 from three. Better days ahead.

Buck Nasties
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Ben Koller 24 15 6 4 0 3 0 9 7 78% 1 1 100%
Christian Tams 6 4 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 NA 2 0 0%
Homa Ducasse 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NA 1 0 0%
Jacques Penicaud 13 2 2 6 4 0 0 0 0 NA 5 3 60%
Tom Kahana 38 2 2 6 1 0 0 8 8 100% 10 4 40%
Scarface Killahs
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Amul Bhatia 11 3 2 3 3 1 0 0 0 NA 7 3 43%
Andrew Sanginario 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NA 9 2 22%
Andy Bartholemew 19 7 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 100% 2 0 0%
Chas Belliveau 20 2 3 5 1 0 0 2 2 100% 11 4 36%
Dustin Williams 7 4 2 1 2 0 0 2 1 50% 2 0 0%
Pat McGirr 6 6 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 0% 2 0 0%
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