Spring 22 5v5 Week 2 Power Rankings and Player Awards | CAC League Discussion | Discussion
March 9, 2020
Week # 1 Players of the Week
- Kevin Devine – 7 Points, 10 Rebounds, 9 Assists, and 3 Steals
- Jorge Morel – 9 Points, 9 Rebounds, and 3 steals
- Alex Clemens – 29 points, 7 Rebounds, 4 Assists, and 2 Steals
- Matty Johnson – 23 Points, 9 Rebounds, 2 Assists, and 2 Steals
Week # 2 Players of the Week
- Jorge Morel – 15 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, and 4 blocks
- Xavier Abreu – 24 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals
- Garrett Tousey – 15 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists, and 1 steal
- Marquis Victor – 47 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 steals
Spring 22 5v5 Week 2 Power Rankings
- Spray’N’Pray – Fully staffed, they are the deepest team in the league. The addition of Raphael Martin cemented that. Not to mention they have the best player to ever participate in this league Marquis Victor. They will be # 1 until proven otherwise.
- Run’N’Gun – I may be slightly biased, but this isn’t false confidence. We beat 2 of the top 5 teams in this league and we have yet to be fully staffed. We move the ball well and most importantly we like each other.
- Championship Bound – They lead the league in victory margin with an average of 36 points, but I’m still not a believer. I don’t question whether they’re good, because that’s obvious. But how good are they? Blowing out ‘Just Gimme A Big’ without Olski and defeating ‘Primetime’ isn’t enough to move them beyond 3. But you can’t question the talent assembled! Kevin Devine-led squads always win!
- Mustard Gas – Alex Clemens is the best shooter in the league and Impossible to stop. This team is super dangerous offensively and has the potential to be strong defensively. Despite receiving their first loss of the season, I have no doubt they are still a championship contender barring injury.
- Tommy Points! – They are one of the deeper teams in the league and epically dismantled the Ronin Tigers. Nevertheless, the absence of Peter made this win a lot less impressive. I know this team is stacked with potential, but can they play at this level against the more talented teams? We’ll find out in week 3 when they match up with Mustard Gas.
- Ronin Tigers – Tola and Peter give this undersized Ronin Tigers squad a dangerous 1+2 punch, but lack an offensive identity which creates a ton of dysfunction. This is a very guard-heavy team that might benefit from playing at a faster pace. The one thing I will say, is these fellas do not lack effort. The chemistry will come.
- Just Gimme A Big – This team is primarily here due to Guy’s struggles. For this team to become a contender, Guy is going to have to get this offense functioning more efficiently. One thing I enjoy most about Guy’s game is his ability to create easy shots for others, but that has not happened this session. Their offense has been predicated on isolation ball which will not lead to many victories. Olski presence will help, but in a deeper league, they will need more ball movement and better defense.
- Primetime – Like all Muccio-led squads, defensively this team is going to be tough as nails defensively, but the goal of the game is to outscore your opponents. STAT has apparently been drinking from the fountain of youth and looks better than ever, but he’ll need someone else to step up from a scoring perspective if this team is going to be a contender. Muccio, Kevin, and Kenny are capable but can they do it consistently?
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