A rematch of last season’s title game as #1 seed Paul & Co got revenge on Victorious Secret and ended their four-season championship drought. Ola Kishirno was a monster in the paint claiming MVP honors.
#1 CAC Slap, made up of former NESCAC (D3) stars, finally got their first title, defeating #2 Poetry in Motion in a battle of 6-1 teams. Parker McLellan took home MVP honors for CAC, hitting from inside and out.
BDNO capped off a perfect season with a title as they defeated #2 Ma Kore 90-72. Terrence Halls took home MVP honors as he was unconscious from long range with 9 threes.
#1 Sharks finally got their title. Playing shorthanded they were still able to squeak out a win over upstart #3 seed Why Not? (also playing shorthanded). Jason Burke took home MVP honors, and rightfully so after being the most dominant player in the division this summer.
ONE pulled away from PL Ballers for the title in the Thursday North division in a game with lots of international flavor. This one surprisingly was a blowout with Gabe Glass leading the way for ONE taking home MVP honors.
Our Next Chapter won three games as the #3 seed, toppling the top two seeds along the way. A true team effort for ONC, as it was Chris Elser making big shots to win MVP, and a key steal/layup by Darren O’Brien to seal the title in the final seconds.
Led by Basketball City’s first-ever female MVP Michelle Pacheco’s 20 points, #2 Young OG’s was able to grind out a title over #2 TD Securities, 48-45.
#2 Bel-Air Academy took advantage of cinderella story “45” (named after MJ, not Trump) upsetting undefeated WP Carey in the semifinals, by trouncing “45” in the title game. Jay Vito was dominant in this one taking home MVP honors for Bel-Air.
#1 MullenLowe continued their mastery of winning close games all throughout the summer by squeaking by #2 DB-Capitals ATI 46-43 in our first championship game of the evening. Dan Hicks’ sharpshooting earned him MVP honors for Mullen.
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