After dropping the title game in the Fall, Paul & Co comes back with an undefeated season and 75-62 Winter season chip over Basket Weavers. UVM alum Luke Apfeld takes home MVP honors for Paul & Co. Captain Nash Oh led the Basket Weavers with 17 in an impressive 2nd-season effort.
Bleacher Report handles Turner in an intra-company Championship Night rivalry. After an OT regular season affair, B/R took control from the tip in this one with balanced scoring – 4 players in double-figures – led by the sharpshooting tandem of Alex Goldenberg [MVP] and Dylan McNamara.
GM Curtis Epperson goes out with another title for his Curtis BBA franchise, thumping Owls 94-59. Owls played hard with a shorthanded roster and Curtis BBA just had too much to overcome. Ryan Spadaford took home MVP honors for the game.
Paul & Co (B) dropped 2 regular season games, looking quite vulnerable, but turned it up in the playoffs. They get vengeance on one of their regular season defeats by running past G-Unit, 84-59 for the title. Ed Berrios [MVP] paced the winners with 22.
#2 seed ATI put on a defensive clinic in toppling #1 seed & defending champs Five Finger Ball Slingers, 49-38. Five Finger was the best offensive team in the league, but MVP Justin Alexander put on a dominant tw0-way performance helping long-time GM Troy Murray bring back a trophy to the office.
Gummy Bears makes a Cinderella run, toppling top seeds DB-Watts & Anchin on the road to a title, 66-49. Vince Chang leads all scorers w/22 points and George Chan is masterful as Coach/GM/6th man.
Our tightest Championship game this season went into overtime between 9-1 Big Cheeseburgers and 8-2 ONE. In the end, ONE notched their 3rd straight title, 54-52, when Big Cheese had a 3 rim out in the closing seconds. Avi Tetro was a force in the post with 13 and MVP Alon Gal hit some huge 3’s to power ONE.
A back-and-forth game where Diversified held the lead deep into the second half, playing shorthanded. Ultimately the young legs for Insight were too much, led by MVP Anthony Gill’s 23 points.
9-1 newcomers, Negotiatus, close out a dominant regular season defeating #2 Duff & Phelps 66-54. Chris Frey (MVP) & Sean O’Connor combine for 48 points.
UFT won their third Thursday Central title and a league promotion after toppling Bel-Air Academy, 61-53. Quameek Daniels stepped up with an MVP performance to help his squad to another CHIP under the direction of the GM/Coach Bryan duo (Flloyd Bryan and Bryan Armistead).
HFZ Capital brings home the title as the #1 seed, blasting New York Dimes 72-49. Star backcourt Chad Holley (MVP) and Nick Leon lead the way for GM Charles Utti’s group.
The class of the Thursday South division all season, Sontag Advisory got a push from #2 Perpetual Heat Check before closing out a 48-38 Championship Night win. MVP Joe Rogers was stellar as always with 21 points, getting what he wanted going to the hoop and at the line.
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