One Body B 85
Wiley Coyotes 46
Rey Deleon’s double double aided the Wiley Coyotes in staying in the game through the first half, but in the end the offensive prowess of One Body B was too much to handle. One Body B had multiple players scoring double doubles and was lead by Cliff Johnson with 21 points on 8/12 shooting. This win was huge for One Body B who can likely secure a playoff spot with a win next week.
Playground Legends 80
Inside Out 70
After a 131-point performance in week 5, the Playground Legends are continuing to establish themselves as a real deal contender. The Legends were lead by Brandyn Meuse and Terrance Jones with a combined 47 points, 11 assists, and 15 rebounds. After defeating Inside Out, the Legends are in good shape for a long playoff run, but their week 8-matchup could be a tough one as Money Train was dealt their first lost in week 7 and could be out for blood.
One Body A 62
Christ Church of Orlando 27
With another win in week 7 it appears that One Body A is en route to another deep playoff run this season. While One Body A never scores a heaping amount of points, they always play stifling defense, nearly always keeping opposing teams to less than 60 with their full court press. If One Body A continues to score judiciously they will no doubt go past the first round and into the final four.
War Eagles 65
Money Train 57
Money Trains win streak has been snapped at 5 straight games, but look forward to Money Train coming back hard in week 7 against One Body B. Outside of Ezekiel Bread’s double double there were not too many outstanding performances. As per usual the better teams are always extremely judicial with the ball, Money Train and the War Eagles are no different.