Winter Open Division 2016 🏀
Big Game Ballers (74) v. United Nations (86)
The Open Division begins with a Finals rematch between the last two champions in United Nations versus last season's champs Big Game Ballers!
The BGB started off strong! Jason B. was getting to the hole whenever he wanted! He scored 12 of his 21pts in the first half. D'Angelo was his consistent self as he went for 9pts in the first half and 9pts in the second. At the half, the Big Game Ballers were up 47-41!
The United Nations were a bit sluggish to start the second half and fell behind by a total of 15pts! That's when Toby and Rueben took over! Rueben scored 19 of his 22pts in the second half. Toby, who scored a game high 27pts, hit eight straight points including two 3's to take a one point lead! Their swarming "D" was too much for BGB to handle! UN Win's the rematch, 86-74!
Big Game Ballers
33-61 48% fgs
8-24 33% 3pt
6-9 67% fts
B 21p 3r 2s
D'Angelo 18p 6r 2a 1s
8-18 44% 3pt
12-16 75% fts
Toby Merchant 27p 3r 1a 1s
Rueben 22p 7r 1a 2s
Showtime (74) v. Gamble Team (71) F/2OT
The next game we have for you was so nice that we needed extra time to show it to you! We had the Gamble Team taking on newcomers in Showtime!
Gamble Team was posting a shutout early against Showtime! They showed off their dominance as a veteran team in the first quarter with a 24-5 lead! Gamble we're on fire in the first half, they were 13-18 fgs (72%)! Alec was 7-13 fgs for 16pts and Bobby was perfect from the field (5-5 fgs) and from the line (4-4 fts).
After the "getting to know you" phase in the first quarter, Showtime outscored the Gamble Team 69-47! Tyler had the highlight of the game with an alley-oop jam that caught the whole gym off guard! Nate's 24pts led the way for Showtime.
Double OT was what was needed for Showtime to defeat the Gamble, 74-71!
29-57 51% fgs
10-25 40% 3pt
6-9 67% fts
Nate 24p 8r 3a
Dom 16p 3r
27-54 50% fgs
5-19 26% 3pt
10-16 63% fts
Alec 16p 5r 2a 1b
Bobby 15p 2r 2a 2s
Knights (43) v. Rock Center (69)
This game was 'David vs. Goliath'! Only in this version David (SLGHTWRK) couldn't withstand Goliath's (Rock Center) size! Although Rock Center had only the bare minimum of players, their size was too much for SLGHTWRK to overcome! Double-doubles from Brett (19p 13r) and Jon (23p 12r) were filling up the stat sheet! They led at the half, 36-22!
SLGHTWRK were basically overmatched! The twin towers (Brett and Jon) were having their way with SLGHTWRK! Simon Habtu and Mike each had 13pts. The 3-ball which was their weapon wasn't working for them today! They made runs but every time they would get close Rock Center would go on a run! SLGHTWRK's 3pt shooting was their Achilles heel today!
Rock Center would win the game, 69-43!
17-58 29% fgs
5-23 22% 3pt
4-7 57% fts
Simon Habtu 13p 3r 4s
Mike 13p 5r 1a 2s
30-57 53% fgs
8-13 62% 3pt
3-5 60% fts
Jon 28p 12r 1s
Brett Corbett 19p 13r 5a 1s 4b
Balls Out (63) v. MSO (52)
Next up we had a matchup of the "old" versus the "new"! The "old" team being a friend of TDS in Balls Out and the "new" team being the boys of M.S.O. (Most Slept On)!
MSO was a bit shorthanded with just five players suiting up for the game but they were game! They played well in the first quarter and they only trailed 17-14 after the first quarter! Then the unthinkable happened! Evan Baker came down with a sprained ankle and was done for the day! With captain Kwesi Bailey (20pts) leading the way and Neil deQuant chipping in 15pts the MSO squad was going 4 on 5 the rest of the way!
Big man, Quinn Evans (13pts) and Chris (16pts) were too much too handle! Their one man advantage allowed Balls Out to play a "rover" on defense with made scoring even harder for MSO! A 19-5 second quarter turned the game from a close contest into a blowout!
MSO made the final score respectable by hitting a bunch of 3's in the fourth and final quarter but it was inevitable conclusion! The final score was, Balls Out 63-52!
27-58 47% fgs
5-10 50% 3pt
4-12 33% fts
Chris 16p 5r 4a 1s
Quinn Evans 13p 6r 2a 1s
MSO (Most Slept On)
18-54 33% fgs
10-25 40% 3pt
4-9 44% fts
Kwesi Bailey 20p 2r 3a 1b 2t
Neil deQuant 15p 5r 1s 2t
Primetime (94) v. Average Joes (59)
The finale of the first day of the Open Division came with Primetime taking on a group of Average Joes!
Primetime came out en fuego! They shot a combined 12-14 fgs (86%) in the first quarter and 22-32 fgs (69%) in the half! Tyrone, Daniel and team captain Corey Carlson each walked away scoring 18pts and Kareem Gilbeaux was almost able to notch the first Triple Double of the season (12p 16r 7a)! Primetime had the game under control from the jump!
The Average Joes were a bit shorthanded but put up an honorable fight! Travis Hom scored a game high 27p and dished out 5asts and Ryan Sera scored 14pts in a losing effort. The Average Joes were missing 3 of their key players. If they were here that would have made it more of a game than it was!
Primetime won this lopsided game, 94-59!
39-69 57% fgs
11-21 52% 3pt
2-4 50% fts
Tyrone 18p 10r 1a 1b 3t
Kareem 12p 16r 7a 3t
25-73 34% fgs
10-41 24% 3pt
1-2 50% fts
Travis Hom 27p 6r 5a
Ryan 14p 1r 5a 2s
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