Black Mambas defeats Victorious secret, 58-53. Led by game MVP Jordan Salzman (20 pts) and relentless play inside by Anthony Cox, the Mambas were able to capture their 2nd ever A division crown.
After surviving a scare in the semifinals, NY Dream proceeded to trounce BNP Paribas 105-81. Marcus Gooding had 24 points (8 threes) to win MVP while Mike Liander had 20 coming off his game winning half-court buzzer beater in the semis.
CAC Slap gets their second title in as many calendar years as they overpower a game, but shorthanded, Big Cheesburgers club. MVP Josh Ford had 25 while “Lunchbox” pitched in with 14.
Finally dropping the “best team to never win a Basketball City title” moniker, FUBAR collects their first title after many, many bridesmaid appearances. Their 65-49 win over Team 32 was punctuated by Gabe Seidman’s 33 point MVP performance.
Malice 8 and Flatliners played one of the most physical Championship Night games in our Fall ’19 season, but it was newcomers Malice coming out on top, 54-51, as Flatliners lost their second title game in a row. MVP Angel Ayala scored 22 points for the victors.
Team Redemption lived up to their name, finally overcoming longtime nemesis – ONE – in the semifinals and then speeding past DB-Capitals 72-54 in the title game. Nick Stout (21 pts) was named MVP.
Brigade Capital took home their 2nd title by jumping on Pack Team early and never letting go of a big lead. Captain George Karis (25 pts) took home MVP honors in the 55-35 win.
In the thriller of the evening, #4 Negotiatus takes home their second title, upsetting 9-1 Cold Soup on a buzzer-beating 3 by MVP Donte Howell (27 pts). Final score: 58-56
Compass Media put the clamps on former champ, Space Marmalade, to pull out a 54-46 win. Leading the way for Compass were Niko Scott (16 points; MVP) and Verne Goulbourne .
Team Breslin takes home their first title by defeating first-time entrants, #6 seeded Hebrew Heroes, 66-55. Standout Steve Glowiak poured in half of Breslin’s points (8 threes) to easily take home MVP honors.
Many seasons of finishing in 2nd led to Captain Gus Rodriguez naming their team “Next Time”, but a name change might be in order…Next Time takes home their second title in their last two title game appearances, capping an undefeated season.
TD Securities gets one for the thumb, capturing their 5th title by defeating WebMD 65-52. Mike Beaton (30 pts) took home MVP honors for TD while Sonny Gold (27 pts) kept WebMD in it as long as he could.
#1 Mullen Lowe held off upset-minded Suzy, a #4 team with a Cinderella run through the playoffs. Ehab Zahriyeh scored 21 points for MullenLowe in the 52-40 win.
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