Leader Board

Average Points

  • 31.7
  • L. J. Turner

  • 31.0
  • Adam Gomez

  • 28.7
  • Donte Williams

  • 26.5
  • Sam Okougbo

  • 25.4
  • Michael Johnson

Average Rebounds

  • 11.7
  • Junior Hackworth

  • 10.8
  • Ben Martin

  • 10.2
  • Zach Clark

  • 9.9
  • Zach Jones

  • 8.6
  • Donte Williams

Average 3-Pointers

  • 5.5
  • Jay Hunter

  • 5.4
  • Ashraf Alfatesh

  • 4.8
  • Freddy Zamora

  • 4.7
  • Michael Johnson

  • 4.5
  • Adam Gomez

FT Percentage

  • 100.0
  • Meelow Martinez

  • 90.0
  • Garrett Case

  • 86.7
  • Freddy Zamora

  • 84.6
  • Brad Duecker

  • 83.3
  • Chris Novak

Team FT %

  • 76.0
  • Hey Arnold

  • 74.2
  • Hawgs

  • 73.8
  • Just a Game

  • 71.4
  • Dawgs

  • 70.6
  • Deadly Venoms

Team Scoring

  • 84.7
  • Hey Arnold

  • 72.4
  • Sour Patch Kids

  • 71.7
  • Hawgs

  • 68.3
  • Jumpers

  • 67.4
  • Warriors

Regular Season Careens to a Close; Playoffs Loom

November 20th, 2014

We're coming up to the final week of the regular season with the playoffs set to begin on November 30. This past week we saw some great action, with three overtime games and another decided by two points when one player went a stunning 11-11 from the free-throw line down the stretch.

Heroes and Warriors staged another classic battle in their gripping rivalry, with Heroes hanging on for a tight 78-75 win. Jon Brogan, whose scoring has been way down this season, exploded for 35 points on nine threes to pace the winning team. Four Warriors scored in double figures, led by Steven Singletary's 19 points, but it wasn't enough. More Jumpersled by Rob Pulver's 22 points, held onto its first place spot, albeit just barely, with a 71-70 win over Ninety-SixGabe Secrest and Tod Smith combined for 43 points to lead Flying Squirrels to a 66-60 win over Fireballs.

Andy Sonnek tossed in 25 points to lead Blue Coconuts past Deadly Venoms, 71-58 and Hickory slipped past Supers63-50. In one of the best 9:00 a.m. games we've had in quite a while, FndF nipped Game Time, 60-59, in double overtime. 

No Flex Zone won its second-straight game, beating Ben's Frens, 50-48. Chris Novak missed two of his first three free-throw attempts in the contest, but, down the stretch, he was money, hitting all 11 attempts to give Flex the win.

Finally, L.J. Turner scored 39 points to lead We Dem Boyz to a hard-fought 51-49 win over TreesThe scoring outburst put Turner in the lead for the individual scoring title, but runner-up Adam Gomez of Hey Arnold! has one last game to try to grab the lead back. Stay tuned.

The playoff pairings will be posted by Friday evening. I first separated the teams by perceived ability and then, after the groups were set, I used the standings to determine the match-ups. After setting the top group, I moved on to the next one. There are so many good teams in that next level, I had enough for two distinct groups, separating them by those who generally play in the daytime and those who generally play at night. The playoffs in those two groups should be absolutely killer.