Spring 2012: B Draft League Champs: Kung Fu Pandas

    KFP advances
    Wet Inside 58 Kung Fu Pandas 64

    Ok, guys. I’m sorry. I don’t have the stat sheet. I’m thinking I brought it to the front desk after your game Wednesday night, and our cleaning staff threw it out. If it is not still at our front desk, it’s in the trash. I feel terrible, I really do. I’ll have to do a write up from memory.

    Coming into the game, Mike Joachin had a lot of hype surrounding him. Joachin has decided to defect to the B Draft West next season, and many are speculating where he will go in the draft. I’ve heard as high as pick #3, and as low as pick #21. That’s quite the gap. With an epic performance against Kung Fu Pandas, it would have a really catapulted him into the Top 10. With an epic performance and and a win without Mendes or JR, he could maybe go Top 5. Let’s get to the game.

    Rubin and Jake came out firing for the Pandas, and after they hit back to back to threes to make it 16-7, they were in a cruise control the rest of the game. Over the course of the season, the Pandas have gelled like no other team in the East, and Wednesday night showed it. Rubin is the clear cut leader of the team, directing traffic on offense and defense. Jake is the (freakishly) athletic wing player capable of knocking down an occasional 3, while playing superb D. (Think Avery Bradley.) Rich Harris has really developed into a low post presence, who is capable of dropping 20+ points a night, which I’m pretty sure he did Wednesday. Zach is the anchor down low, who has a nice little jump shot, as well as the ability to grab rebounds left and right. They all are built like oxes, and are all agile enough to hang with faster players. Ok, I’ll stop gushing over KFP’s chances at winning next Thursday.

    At halftime, the Pandas had to have been up by about 8-10 points. I know off the top of my head Joachin had 17 1st half points, which was the only thing keeping Wet Inside in the game. For the majority of the second half, the Pandas kept getting shots from Rubin and Jake, while Rich was there as well working the ball into the low post. The Pandas had tried to limit Joachin, and let Craig and Mayersohn beat them. The strategy worked, and with little time left, it was 56-43. All of a sudden though, Wet Inside made a last effort run. With a minute left, they had cut the lead down to 2, with a 15-4 run. Joachin and Carver had caught fire, but Rubin and his squad hung on. WI wasted too much time trying to foul, and they couldn’t get over the hump. KFP is going to the unification game.

    I wish I had more to say, but I can’t remember how the game went down, just have an idea of players stats. I will try as hard as possible to put close-to-accurate stats, but like I said before, I’m sorry for losing the sheet.

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    Wet Inside 58  Kung Fu Pandas 64

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    Ok, guys. I’m sorry. I don’t have the stat sheet. I’m thinking I brought it to the front desk after your game Wednesday night, and our cleaning staff threw it out. If it is not still at our front desk, it’s in the trash. I feel terrible, I really do. I’ll have to do a write up from memory.

    Coming into the game, Mike Joachin had a lot of hype surrounding him. Joachin has decided to defect to the B Draft West next season, and many are speculating where he will go in the draft. I’ve heard as high as pick #3, and as low as pick #21. That’s quite the gap. With an epic performance against Kung Fu Pandas, it would have a really catapulted him into the Top 10. With an epic performance and and a win without Mendes or JR, he could maybe go Top 5. Let’s get to the game.

    Rubin and Jake came out firing for the Pandas, and after they hit back to back to threes to make it 16-7, they were in a cruise control the rest of the game. Over the course of the season, the Pandas have gelled like no other team in the East, and Wednesday night showed it. Rubin is the clear cut leader of the team, directing traffic on offense and defense. Jake is the (freakishly) athletic wing player capable of knocking down an occasional 3, while playing superb D. (Think Avery Bradley.) Rich Harris has really developed into a low post presence, who is capable of dropping 20+ points a night, which I’m pretty sure he did Wednesday. Zach is the anchor down low, who has a nice little jump shot, as well as the ability to grab rebounds left and right. They all are built like oxes, and are all agile enough to hang with faster players. Ok, I’ll stop gushing over KFP’s chances at winning next Thursday.

    At halftime, the Pandas had to have been up by about 8-10 points. I know off the top of my head Joachin had 17 1st half points, which was the only thing keeping Wet Inside in the game. For the majority of the second half, the Pandas kept getting shots from Rubin and Jake, while Rich was there as well working the ball into the low post. The Pandas had tried to limit Joachin, and let Craig and Mayersohn beat them. The strategy worked, and with little time left, it was 56-43. All of a sudden though, Wet Inside made a last effort run. With a minute left, they had cut the lead down to 2, with a 15-4 run. Joachin and Carver had caught fire, but Rubin and his squad hung on. WI wasted too much time trying to foul, and they couldn’t get over the hump. KFP is going to the unification game.

    I wish I had more to say, but I can’t remember how the game went down, just have an idea of players stats. I will try as hard as possible to put close-to-accurate stats, but like I said before, I’m sorry for losing the sheet.

Standings B Draft East S12 Thru Week 15
PTeamRecord%StreakGBPFPA
1Wet Inside8-20.800L2063.9261.42
2Potent Potables6-30.667W1266.5060.20
3Kung Fu Pandas5-40.556W2360.7355.18
4Large Wooden Badgers2-70.222W2655.4465.22
5Steve Wojciechowski2-70.222L4656.0062.60
Points Per Game
1Ali Torshizi
Potent Potables
22.44
2Nate Mendes
Wet Inside
22.20
3Cheese
Large Wooden Badgers
20.67
4Ian Rubiano
Potent Potables
19.50
5Mike Joachin
Wet Inside
19.18
6Jeff Rubin
Kung Fu Pandas
18.22
7Matt Morgan
Potent Potables
18.00

Player Rater
1Jordan Helter
Steve Wojciechowski
55.638
2Matt Morgan
Potent Potables
52.888
3Mike Joachin
Wet Inside
52.7711
4Jeff Rubin
Kung Fu Pandas
49.069
5Ian Rubiano
Potent Potables
48.068
6Ali Torshizi
Potent Potables
47.949
7Cheese
Large Wooden Badgers
47.509
8Zach Abrams
Kung Fu Pandas
44.9111
9Nate Mendes
Wet Inside
42.7510
10Jared Jalbert
Steve Wojciechowski
42.4510

Rebounds Per Game
1Jordan Helter
Steve Wojciechowski
16.00
2Zach Abrams
Kung Fu Pandas
12.36
3Mike Joachin
Wet Inside
12.27
4Matt Morgan
Potent Potables
11.50
5Richard Harris
Kung Fu Pandas
11.11
6Ian Rubiano
Potent Potables
9.13
7Craig Lynch
Wet Inside
8.33

3s Per Game
1Nate Mendes
Wet Inside
3.4033%
2Jeff Rubin
Kung Fu Pandas
2.8941%
3Matt Morgan
Potent Potables
2.8835%
4Sam Boyer
Steve Wojciechowski
2.5037%
5Nathan Carlucci
Potent Potables
1.9035%
6Ali Torshizi
Potent Potables
1.8944%
7Jake Corcoran
Kung Fu Pandas
1.8831%

Assists Per Game
1Jeff Rubin
Kung Fu Pandas
6.00
2Cheese
Large Wooden Badgers
4.89
3Ian Rubiano
Potent Potables
3.88
4Matt Morgan
Potent Potables
3.63
5Jared Jalbert
Steve Wojciechowski
3.60
6Mike Joachin
Wet Inside
3.36
7Ali Torshizi
Potent Potables
3.00