Money Train 60
Inside Out 57
If you weren’t at the game you need to watch the last 5 minutes of highlights. Both teams clearly wanted the win, but at the end of overtime it was Money Train that prevailed after being lead by Joel Hemphill who’s stat line says it all with 14 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 blocks. While Money Train did gain the victory, it was not easy as Jermaine Kirven Jr. kept Inside Out in the game with 21 points on 7 shots from beyond the arch. Money Train looks primed for a deep playoff run and perhaps a chance to reclaim the league trophy that has eluded them for the past couple years.
One Body A 51
Wiley Coyotes 34
While the Wiley Coyotes did finish the half with the lead, it was not enough to persevere beyond One Body A and their full court press. One Body A was lead by Mike Davis in scoring with 15 points, but also had Brian Dikes as an all-star on the defensive end of the court in Brian Dikes with 4 steals. One Body A’s full court press
War Eagles 72
One Body B 52
After last weeks lost we all expected One Body B to come out and cool down the red hot War Eagles, but the opposite proved to be true on Thursday night. The War Eagles were lead by Ezekiel Earnhardt with 20 points on 9/13 shooting while dishing 5 assists and grabbing 12 rebounds. While One Body B had their second rough game in a row, Stephon Jenkins again shines with 18 points on the offensive end and 4 steals on the defensive end.
Playground Legends 131
Christ Church of Orlando 22
The Playground Legends appear to be an offensive team not to be reckoned with. The Legends were 52 for 76 from the field and had a combined 32 steals (many of which from Terance Jones who put up a triple double with a stat line of 34 points, 12 assists, and 15 steals). With 3 players scoring in the 30’s and 2 players scoring in the 20’s, the Playground Legends whole team was heavily involved in the game and appears to have a very deep roster going forward.