Final Four Results
->Old School 70 v LA Legends 46
->Playground Legends 53 v Money Train 36
Old School (10-0) v Playground Legends (7-3)
Unlike Old School’s previous matchup with the LA Legends (3rd time they faced off this season), the Playground Legends are a brand new opponent having never met on the court. With a big presence in the paint with Jerry Jones, as well as spot up shooting from Brandyn Meuse and Terance “TJ” Jones, the Playground Legends are undoubtedly a formidable opponent that will give Old School a run for their money especially if they catch fire from beyond the arch. Only time will tell who will hoist the trophy and cut down the nets.
Old School by 8
Old School is more red than crimson but I doubt that will stop them from rolling to 11-0 and the first undefeated season in league history.
Playground Legends 67 v War Eagles 57
Money Train 57 v One Body B 51
Old School 77 v Inside Out 52
LA Legends 63 v One Body A 58
LA Legends (4) v One Body A (5)
May 9, 6:00pm:
One Body A has some of the most suffocating defense in the league, but the LA Legends have one of the best offenses in the league with the three-point shooting. Unless One Body A can put up 65+, this one goes to the LA Legends.
LA Legends by 10
Old School (1) v Inside Out (8)
May 9, 7:00pm:
I personally think that Inside Out is one of the best playoff teams in the league despite their regular season record. When it comes to must win games there is a grittiness about them that gets it done. However Old School is probably the best team in the league. If Inside Out gets past Old School, they will repeat as champions, but we won’t know the answer to that until 8 o’clock Thursday.
Old School by 8
Money Train (2) v One Body B (7)
May 9, 8:00pm:
I wouldn’t be surprised to see either team win this game, but I am giving Money Train the edge on this one because of Money Train’s win over One Body B in week 7. Week 7 was thought to be a must win for One Body B as the playoff game will be. If One Body B can up their defense w/o compromising their offense, they certainly have a shot!
Money Train by 3
War Eagles (3) v Playground Legends (6)
May 9, 9:00pm:
Both teams have shooters, both teams have ball handlers, and both teams have a dominant big. At the end of the day it is going to come down to whichever team is able to dominate the paint. Dave Grohl is huge and highly skilled, and Jerry Jones makes up for size in hustle and rebounding ability. When there is a must have rebound, the Playground Legends have often come down with it.
Playground Legends by 5