By Ian Croughwell

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The second episode of the “Weekly Rebound” Legacy Leagues Podcast: Sam Leventhal and Joe Catapano are back, this time joined by The Legacy Leagues commissioner and CEO, Joey Zocco. Check out where your team stands as we inch closer to the playoffs.


Sportslook is coming off a hard fought loss against The Brotherhood last week, and will face a Temptations team who just beat up a sliding BS&B squad. Scott Corchard has been the backbone of a Sportslook squad that will need Bryan Acevedo to shoot well if they want to topple a tough Temptations team that sports a top scorer in Carmine Santorelli, and a glass-cleaning front court that will limit second-shot chances.

Players to Watch: Scott Corchard (Sportslook), Erik Silva (Temptations)

  • Scott Corchard: 46 points in the last two games
  • Erik Silva: 19.1 PPG and 6.9 RPG.

Potential Breakout Players: Eric Green (Sportslook), Chris Dias (Temptations)

  • Eric Green: 7.3 PPG and 5.7 RPG (3 games played)
  • Chris Dias: 12.0 PPG and 6.7 RPG (3 games played)

Legacy Leagues Predictions:

Will: Temptations

Tyler: Sportslook

Eric: Temptations

Ian: Sportslook


8PM: KEKAMBAS (2-5) vs TITANS (2-5)

Both of these teams come in at 2-5, but each are riding different streaks into this game. The Kekambas lost their third straight after dropping a tough one to a struggling Cereal Killers squad last week. Titans are loving their 2-5 record after winning their last two games as Jack Champagne and Greg Horne are in the top 5 in three-point percentage, making them a sneakily lethal team. The Kekambas Davin Sirpenski and Chris Aaron have given their team an offensive bump since joining the Kekambas in week 3.

Players to Watch: Davin Sirpenski (The Kekambas), Jack Champagne (Titans)

  • Davin Sirpenski: 16 points and 7 rebounds in loss vs Cereal Killers last week, 54.1 FG% on the season
  • Jack Champagne: 13 points and 3-for-6 from three in win vs Air Ballers, 11-for-25 from three on the season

Potential Breakout Players: Aaron McAlpine (The Kekambas), Derrick Edwards (Titans)

  • Aaron McAlpine: Leads team in 3-point percentage (33.9), went 4-for-5 from three vs Cereal Killers.
  • Greg Horne: 42.9 percent from three on the season, 8 points in win vs Air Ballers.

Legacy Leagues Predictions:

Will: Kekambas

Tyler: Titans

Eric: Kekambas

Ian: Kekambas



This matchup pits the leagues top 2 teams and we will see if Player of the Week Matt Marconi and Goon Squad can finally hand The Brotherhood its first-ever loss. Goon Squad demolished a winless One Time team last week, but will face much tougher competition in Michael Davis and the Brotherhood’s lockdown defense. The Brotherhood handled a very good Sportslook team last week and look to extend their undefeated streak.

Players to Watch: Brandon Massaro (Goon Squad), Derrick Davis (The Brotherhood)

  • Brandon Massaro: 24 points, 7 rebounds, & 4 steals in win vs One Time last week.
  • Derrick Davis: 17 points, 5-for-13 from three, 38 percent from three on the season

Potential Breakout Players: Matt DelMonte (Goon Squad), Tim Adanti (The Brotherhood)

  • Matt DelMonte: 7 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals last week
  • Tim Adanti: 12 points and 12 rebounds last week (First double double of the season)

Legacy Leagues Predictions:

Will: The Brotherhood

Tyler: The Brotherhood

Eric: The Brotherhood

Ian: The Brotherhood


9PM: BLOOD, SWEAT & BEERS (4-3) vs ONE TIME (0-7)

BS&B continues to slide after a tough loss to Temptations last week, where we saw them play better in spots, but ultimately suffered because of too many turnovers. One Time has been suffering all season, but may have hope in finding a win before the playoffs behind Mike Cody’s playmaking. There’s some hope of One Time finding a win if they can force BS&B to make mistakes and turn the ball over, leading to easy baskets for One Time.

Players to Watch: Cody Dileonardo (BS&B), Kyle Murphy (One Time)

  • Cody Dileonardo: 15 points, 7 rebounds, 5 blocks in loss vs Temptations
  • Kyle Murphy: 12 points, 8 rebounds and 2 steals last week

Potential Breakout Players: Austin Kozak (BS&B), Steve Koripsky (One Time)

  • Austin Kozak: 56 percent shooting this season
  • Steve Koripsky: 10-for-37 from three this season

Legacy Leagues Predictions:

Will: Blood, Sweat and Beers

Tyler: Blood, Sweat and Beers

Eric: Blood, Sweat and Beers

Ian: Blood, Sweat and Beers


10PM: RUN TMC (3-4) vs CEREAL KILLERS (3-4)

Both of these teams are coming off much needed wins last week, as Run TMC upset No Limit and Cereal Killers squeezed out a tough win over The Kekambas. Run TMC’s fast play and good shooting seems like a disaster waiting to happen for the Cereal Killers, who have been exploited by faster offenses. Both teams will be ready for this one as Will Hudson gets set to face off against his former team.

Players to Watch: Shaq Holman (Run TMC), Will Hudson (Cereal Killers)

  • Shaq Holman: 17 points on 8-for-13 shooting, 28-for-65 on the season
  • Will Hudson: 14.3 PPG and 7.1 RPG this season

Potential Breakout Players: Kevin Blake (Run TMC), Andy Burke (Cereal Killers)

  • Kevin Blake: 30 for 44 shooting on the season (68.2%)
  • Andy Burke: 13 points on 5-for-6 shooting 4 rebounds and 2 steals in his debut last week vs Kekambas

Legacy Leagues Predictions:

Will: Run TMC

Tyler: Cereal Killers

Eric: Run TMC

Ian: Run TMC


10PM: AIR BALLERS (0-7) vs NO LIMIT (5-2)

No Limit found its self on the losing side for the first time since Week One, and will look to rebound against one of the worst squads in the league, the Air Ballers. The Air Ballers have one bright spot with Jaylon Smalls, but this will probably do little to slow the No Limit offensive onslaught that we expect to return to form. Can Air Ballers limit the stellar No Limit three-point shooting to keep the game close?

Players to Watch: Jaylon Smalls (Air Ballers), John Rullan (No Limit)

  • Jaylon Smalls: 10th in scoring, 2nd in RPG, 1st in ORPG, but worst in league in turnovers
  • John Rullan: 1st in the league in blocks, 21.9 PPG

Potential Breakout Players: Jonathan Cordero (Air Ballers), Howie Miller (No Limit)

  • Jonathan Cordero: 14 points, 4-for-8 from three in loss to Titans last week
  • Howie Miller: 20-for-50 from three this season

Legacy Leagues Predictions:

Will: No Limit

Tyler: No Limit

Eric: No Limit

Ian: No Limit