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Standings Franchise B League S22 Thru Week 2

Team Record % Streak GB PF PA DRBS ORBS Assists Blocks Steals 3P% 3PA FT% FTA
CAVANO2-01.000W2075.0071.00 24.05.53.51.54.560%3560%30
Junior Varsity Seniors1-01.000W1172.0062.00 7.52.05.50.52.563%16100%1
TENNEY1-01.000W11101.0069.00 17.05.010.54.53.048%3180%5
Franchise Broke1-10.500W1166.0064.00 21.511.510.51.010.013%2479%14
XAVIER1-10.500L1160.0066.50 27.58.57.04.07.044%1841%22
Kraft & Friends0-20.000L2273.5075.00 30.07.011.01.05.568%3177%13
No Heroes Among Us0-20.000L2263.5082.50 28.513.06.52.05.039%2878%23
Wednesday May 18th
TimeHome AwayLoc
6:15 PMKraft & Friends  vs.TENNEY  MLK Jr
7:05 PMCAVANO  vs.Franchise Broke  MLK Jr
7:55 PMJunior Varsity Seniors  vs.No Heroes Among Us  MLK Jr

Wednesday May 25th
TimeHome AwayLoc
6:15 PMXAVIER  vs.Junior Varsity Seniors  MLK Jr
7:05 PMKraft & Friends  vs.No Heroes Among Us  MLK Jr
7:55 PMCAVANO  vs.TENNEY  MLK Jr

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No Heroes Among Us 69  TENNEY 101

Andre Jones strikes back

TENNEY destruction of No Heroes Among Us has Robel questioning whether or not he got Tibbs’d. 

Believe it or not, No Heroes Among Us dominated this game in the early minutes. Led by the physicality of Motha (12 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, and 1 steal). Motha was bullying the smaller TENNEY squad and getting easy baskets in the post. 

Aidan O’Kennedy paced No Heroes Among Us from the guard position, with aggressive drives to the baskets and hard-fought basket. Fast forward 5 minutes, Motha departs the game with No Heroes Among Us leading by 6 and it all goes downhill from there. 

Brian Civale started heating up from 3. It was actually quite impressive, hand or no hand this dude was stroking it. When NHAU overly contested on the three he drove to the basket for easy layups. 

Next was Tenney (18 points, 23 rebounds, 10 assists, 1 steal, and 2 blocks), I can’t make this sh$t up. This dude, who carries himself like John Wick (doesn’t smile) is snatching every single board and playing with a level of intensity that only Kevin Garnett could appreciate. This dude was a one-man fast break all night and created a pace that was unobtainable by his opponents. 

John, not yet. I’ll touch upon your 44 points in a moment. 

Sticking to the theme, who’s idea was it to have Chris Stull guard Jeff Etienne? I have questions, what constitutes cruel and unusual punishment? Jeff was literally, not figuratively  tossing people around in the post. He went on to score 12 points, collect 4 rebounds, got 2 steals, and 2 blocks. 

As the lead grew, the frustration and agitation became much more evident on the NHAU sidelines. The gameplay also got more physical, I guess if you can’t beat them, then beat them right? No, hacking is never the answer. 

Aidan and Dan did their best to keep the game within reaching distance, but unfortunately, there were no heroes among them. 

Tenney’s squad didn’t need a hero, but John obliged anyway to the tune of 44 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, and 1 steal. You know you’re on one when you’re hitting fadeaway three. Brian may have got the show started, but John was sure as hell going to finish it, showing no mercy down the stretch. 

Andre had a very well-rounded game per usual, 4 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 steals. After losing to a Robel-led squad by 46 on Tuesday, there’s no sweeter revenge than getting payback on Wednesday as TENNEY went on to win by 32 points. 

Tenney’s team definitely looks dangerous, but even up 32 they barely smiled. Someone should teach these guys how to have fun and don’t give me that shit winning is fun. 

Great games fellas! I’m not looking forward to playing you. 

No Heroes Among Us
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Aidan O’Kennedy255522004375% 4250%
Chris Stull360020000NA 3133%
Daniel Lerner1572000000NA 3133%
Jeff Motha1235212022100% 5240%
JJ Kazlauskas451200022100% 00NA
Robel Ghebremichael106530102150% 4125%

TENNEY
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Andre Jones442621000NA 00NA
Brian Civale2310004000NA 10550%
Casey Tenney1819410120100% 10440%
Jeff Etienne1240122000NA 00NA
John Harding4464410044100% 11655%

Franchise Broke 70  XAVIER 56

Xavier truly missed Liam & Joe. Franchise Pulls out the victory.

 

Franchise: Jamil & Gregg both make a deadly combo with great versatility making an impact both offensively & defensively.

Headliners:

Jamil: Was an absolute threat from the defensive end with 11 steals. He caused Xavier an absolute migraine. His facilitating was great as well with 11 assists & darn near perfect from the free-throw line 4-4. His final stat line was 12 points, 11 steals, 10 assists & 6 rebounds.

Gregg D: Looked like he used to play point guard at one point. He was a terror creating plays for his teammates. Coming away with 8 assists. Greg had 12 points, 8 rebounds & 2 steals.

Nick: Was a force inside especially in the second half. He seemed to struggle in the beginning but a large reason for his surgency was due to the play making of both Jamil & Gregg. They both contributed to Nicks 22 points in which 14 of those points were attributed to the pair setting Nick up. Nick walked away with 22 points, 10 rebounds, block & steal.

Craig: With his usual contribution of 16 points, 8 rebounds & 2 steals.

Ben: Needs to shoot more he has a very good pull up. 8 points, 2 rebounds.

 

Xavier: Sorely missed both Liam & Joe. They clearly needed their two main ball handlers and it showed.

Headliners:

James: Was an absolute force as usual but unfortunately it wasn’t enough for team Xavier. 26 points, 13 rebounds, 2 steals & block. Looking like Kevin Love pre-CAVS.

Xavier: Struggled without Joe & Liam as he tried to play the point forward role. However, his ball distribution was crucial in dishing out 5 assists he still had 3 turnovers which were caused by the terror that Jamil was causing him. Xavier stat line 13 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, block & steal.

Sean: 7 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, steal & block.

Kendall: 3 points, 2 steals, block & assists

Franchise Broke
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Ben Stephenson802100000NA 00NA
Craig Baranowski1681120000NA 200%
Gregg Dennis128382012150% 4125%
Jamil Ball124110110044100% 9222%
Nick Lynch2273011000NA 200%

XAVIER
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
James Mulvehill26103021111100% 4125%
Kendall Loh310121000NA 2150%
Sean Fiin732201100NA 3133%
Xavier Holland1310352135360% 200%

Kraft & Friends 84  CAVANO 86

The “HoF!” was just too much.

Cavano: Almost looked like they were going to give this game away, but Hof sealed the deal. Ice in his veins.

Headliners:

Hof: Was the star of this game with his 43 points, 6 rebounds & block. He was an absolute menace. Out there screaming and yelling at refs & opponents like a mad man. He obviously wanted all the smoke and he backed it up especially in the closing minutes.

Ben: Looked great this game but his teammate Hof looked even greater. He played exceptionally well. Looks like he might have to take a back seat in MVP votes if Hof keeps his play up. 19 points, 13 rebounds & assists.

Chris: The Scottie Pippen of this team was game as usual with 20 rebounds, 15 points, 3 assists, steal & block. He’s the absolute perfect wingman.

Andrew: This crafty veteran came through with 9 points & assists.

 

Kraft & Friends: Pulled right back up in the second half with Joshua Kraft scoring 7 of his 8 made three pointers in the second half. Unfortunately, The “HoF!” was just too much.

Headliners:

Greg Talbot: Was the true leader of this game despite being the second leading scorer. His complete ball distribution of 8 assists along with his 20 points shows that he is a walking bucket along with keeping his team involved in the game constantly.

Joshua: Was on absolute fire in the second half after struggling in the first half. The “Hof!” I believe was getting to him mentally with his constant yelling & chirping at the ref about Josh over aggressive defense which caused him to get into foul trouble early in the game. He struggled with only 5 points in the first half and went 1 for 3 from three-point range. In the second half he absolutely exploded from beyond the arc with 7 made threes which put his team right back into the ball game. I think the switch on defense really helped for him in the second half. He came away 28 points, 5 rebounds & assists.

Kevin: 18 points, 6 rebounds, steal, block & assists were an absolute must. He really played big this game.

Greg K: Came up big with 11 points going 3 for 3 beyond the arc. His 9 rebounds & 6 assists were a pleasant surprise for his team.

Chris Q: Was big on the boards but not big enough to keep C. Cavano from getting his. Chris Q came up with 10 rebounds & 6 points

Kraft & Friends
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Chris Quinn673100000NA 00NA
Greg Kerkorian1145610000NA 33100%
Greg Talbot2060810022100% 5480%
Joshua Kraft2850100000NA 13862%
Kevin Devine1970121033100% 00NA

CAVANO
Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
Andrew Roberts90110004375% 3267%
Ben MacDonald1912110005240% 11100%
Chris Cavano151733110200% 2150%
Ryan Hof434100107686% 13969%

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Points Per Game
1John Harding
TENNEY
44.00
2Ryan Hof
CAVANO
43.00
3Aidan O’Kennedy
No Heroes Among Us
27.00
4Ben MacDonald
CAVANO
26.00
5Vladi Nechev
Junior Varsity Seniors
24.00
6Greg Talbot
Kraft & Friends
23.50
7Brian Civale
TENNEY
23.00

Player Rater
1Casey Tenney
TENNEY
88.501
2John Harding
TENNEY
73.001
3Gregg Dennis
Franchise Broke
55.501
4Xavier Holland
XAVIER
53.002
5Ryan Hof
CAVANO
52.501
6Jamil Ball
Franchise Broke
51.252
7Aidan O’Kennedy
No Heroes Among Us
49.752
8Ben MacDonald
CAVANO
49.002
9Chris Cavano
CAVANO
47.752
10James Mulvehill
XAVIER
46.752

Rebounds Per Game
1Casey Tenney
TENNEY
23.00
2Chris Cavano
CAVANO
15.50
3Xavier Holland
XAVIER
14.00
4James Mulvehill
XAVIER
12.50
5Gregg Dennis
Franchise Broke
11.00
5Robel Ghebremichael
No Heroes Among Us
11.00
7Stephen Piasta
Franchise Broke
10.00
7Greg Kerkorian
Kraft & Friends
10.00
7John Harding
TENNEY
10.00
7Craig Baranowski
Franchise Broke
10.00
7Nick Lynch
Franchise Broke
10.00
7Ben MacDonald
CAVANO
10.00

3s Per Game
1Ryan Hof
CAVANO
9.0069%
2Joshua Kraft
Kraft & Friends
6.5059%
3John Harding
TENNEY
6.0055%
4Vladi Nechev
Junior Varsity Seniors
5.0071%
4Brian Civale
TENNEY
5.0050%
6Casey Tenney
TENNEY
4.0040%
7Tom Kahana
Junior Varsity Seniors
3.0060%

Assists Per Game
1Casey Tenney
TENNEY
10.00
2Gregg Dennis
Franchise Broke
8.00
3Andre Jones
TENNEY
6.00
4Jamil Ball
Franchise Broke
5.50
5Vladi Nechev
Junior Varsity Seniors
5.00
5Harry Demakes
Junior Varsity Seniors
5.00
7Greg Talbot
Kraft & Friends
4.00
7Greg Kerkorian
Kraft & Friends
4.00
7John Harding
TENNEY
4.00
7Xavier Holland
XAVIER
4.00