Legacy Leagues Week 6 Power Rankings

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The Brotherhood stays at the top of our rankings after shutting down the Cereal Killers Tuesday night. They are one of, if not the best, defensive squad in this league, limiting opponents to 43 percent shooting and 60.5 points per game so far this season, not to mention the 95 steals they have as well. We expect them to stay head and shoulders above the league.




No Limit squeezed out a nail-biting win against the Temptations Tuesday. With a well-rounded offensive attack, No Limit sports one of the most lethal starting fours in the league, but free throws seem to be the achilles’ heel for this squad and they must improve on their 7-for-20 performance Tuesday to sure up any loose ends. A surging Run TMC squad is up next.




Sportslook took down a fiesty Kekambas team to snag their fifth win on the season. Scott Corchard is the oil that keeps this big orange machine moving, and when Bryan Acevedo is shooting well along with newcomer Eric Green controlling the paint, this team is hard to beat. A prime time showdown with the Brotherhood will be something to watch in week 7.




The Temptations suffered a tough loss at the hands of No Limit Tuesday, but stayed in it until the end. A very fast team with Carmine Santorelli at the helm averaging 29 points per game, they can kill you very quickly with the fast break. Erik Silva, and Chris Dias are huge in the paint and will help Temptations fight with these bigger squads.




 Goon Squad rounds out the top five and maintain strong play from Matt Marconi. They came out a little flat against the Air Ballers in last Tuesday’s tilt, but powered through with a strong second half to get the 21-point win. They are a physical and defensively-minded team, but we’ll have to see how they fare when they go up against some bigger, faster teams.




green-up-3-white Our surprise team of the week, Run TMC absolutely demolished a 4-1 BS&B squad. The addition of Reggie Stewart seems to be the final piece in the puzzle for a team that ranks third in shot attempts and second-fewest in turnovers. Once they start making shots and locking down on defense like they did, they might be a team to reckon with down the road.




BS&B is coming off their second-straight loss and seem to be reeling from it. A squad toted for its ability to play team basketball, move the ball around and play deceptively good defense has fallen into some issues with team chemistry. If they fix all the little things and play together, they will surely be climbing back up the rankings.




red-down-2-white The Cereal Killers have found themselves sliding down the standings after a four-game skid and a big 30-point loss to the Brotherhood. A team loaded with talent still seems to lack a true court general and point guard to help distribute. Adam Samuel has stepped up dropping 22 points last contest, and if they can find a winning formula they will be force in the playoffs.




red-down-1-on-gray After winning their week 3 & 4 games, the Kekambas have come down from their high and dropped two straight after their loss to Sportslook. If Chris Aaron, Davin Sirpenski and Aaron Mcalpine can bounce back from turning the ball over 24 times, they can certainly find some more wins before playoff time.




The Titans finally found pay dirt with a win against One Time. A balanced offense featuring the Echols Brothers, Ty Drish and three-point shooting from Jack Champagne and Greg Horne helped them grab their first win. Their schedule is relatively easy the rest of the way, with the Air Ballers up next.




One Time suffered a tough loss against the Titans in a game that was back and forth all night. Mike Cody has been the Hercules of this team averaging 23 points a game, eight rebounds and nearly two steals a night. For One Time to grab a “W” this season they will have to find someone to take all the pressure off Cody on offense while also playing some improved defense.




What can I say about the Air Ballers. They suffered another loss at the hands of the Goon Squad Tuesday night. Jaylon Smalls had 20 of his team’s 43 points and seems to be the only bright spot on a very gloomy team. Unless we see big changes, they look like they will be firmly cemented at the bottom of the rankings for a while. They added two new players, but it still unfortunately may not be enough.

Legacy Leagues Week 6 Power Rankings

Presented by:

Burns Tire