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The Alliance stay on top for the third-consecutive week, while also dropping 100 points for the third time in the young season. They’re the only undefeated team left this season, and rightly so: their length and athleticism along with their defense has been unmatched so far. The Alliance has players that are league leaders in every category except for blocks, so it’s fair to say they’ve been phenomenal so far on both sides of the court.



The Werewolves make a huge leap in the power rankings this week with a big win over Boom-Shakalaka. In what was a close game throughout, the duo of Brian Heston and Gino Forte made some big plays down the stretch once again to pick up their team’s second win of the season. The rest of the team has been coming along well. Brad Allen and Conor Harrington have added some height and an interior presence to this Werewolves team that was much needed.



After suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of the Werewolves, Boom-Shakalaka appeared to be out-executed down the stretch. Boom-Shakalaka had a few mental lapses in Week 3, which gave the Werewolves some free points. Marc Belleville and Dylan Wilcox were both in foul trouble, which clearly hurt Boom-Shakalaka as they weren’t able to be as physical as they had been in their first two games. They get a chance to redeem themselves against a talented Alliance team in Week 4.



Although the Halfway Crooks came out with the victory in Week 3, they fall down a spot in the rankings. They struggled against a winless Skyhookers team, and once again had to come back from a deficit at the half. Jared Hanson is the leader, and when he’s hitting shots they become much harder to guard. In the second half of their past two games, the Halfway Crooks have looked like a completely different team. They’ll need to bring that for the entire 40 minutes in Week 4  if they want to hang with the red-hot Werewolves.



These past two weeks we’ve seen the Skyhookers play well, but are unable to close the deal. They seem to be able to hang with teams for 35 minuntes, but it is those last couple minutes that kill them. Week 3 saw the Skyhookers come up just short against the Halfway Crooks after leading by seven at the half. Brendan O’Donnell has been their leader so far, but for the Skyhookers to get their first win, they’ll need some more production from their bench against Big Baller Brand in Week 4.



Big Baller Brand gave The Alliance their best game yet, as The Alliance won by their least margin so far this season. Big Baller Brand gave them a scare in the second quarter, when they cut the lead to just eight. The floodgates opened in the second half when The Alliance locked in and pulled away. Matt Simmeth had a big game (25 points) while Brett Cody had his worst shooting performance (7-24) on the season. If Big Baller Brand want to get their first win, they’ll need production from both Simmeth and Cody against the also-winless Skyhookers in Week 4.