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The Alliance had their toughest challenge when they faced Boom-Shakalaka in Week 4, and they won even though they were held under 100 points for the first time this season. This may be because some of their players arrived late to the game, but some credit also has to go to their opponent. This team relies on their depth and ability to lock in on both ends of the floor, which we saw in the fourth quarter this past week. The question remains: can a team challenge The Alliance for four-straight quarters?



The Halfway Crooks made the biggest jump in the power rankings this week after a big-time win over the Werewolves. Slow starts haven’t seemed to hinder this team all that much, considering they haven’t led at the half in any of their first four games. The Halfway Crooks do a really great job of controlling the glass and slowing down the pace of the game, thanks to stretch big man Tom Ferranti and point guard Jared Hanson. They’re going to have to get off to a better start next week if they want to have any chance of dethroning the undefeated Alliance.



Gino Forte and Brian Heston run the show for the Werewolves, but their combined 32 points were not enough this past week as their team fell to a more physical Halfway Crooks squad. The Werewolves do a great job of moving the ball around and getting good shots, but outside of Heston and Forte, they don’t have anyone else who can create offense for others. Somebody else will need to consistently step up if they want to beat a red-hot Skyhookers team in Week 5.



Boom-Shakalaka may have dropped in the rankings, but they showed a lot of toughness against a powerhouse Alliance team in Week 4. Boom-Shakalaka gave The Alliance their closest game yet, and were the first team to hold The Alliance under 100 points. Ryan Rawnsley and Trevor DiMicco played a huge role this week, as neither was afraid to get physical down low against the bigs on The Alliance. Boom-Shakalaka lacked speed on the perimeter, which really hurts them defensively at times. They’ll look to bounce back after losing two-straight against Big Baller Brand in Week 5.



The Skyhookers snuck out of Week 4 with their first win against Big Baller Brand, and were led by Brendan O’Donnell, who was in the zone all night en route to a 46-point performance. After Big Baller Brand came all the way back to take the lead in the final minute, Kevin Redmond iced the game with a huge three-pointer and two clutch free throws. The Skyhookers’ terrific effort on the glass was huge, as three players grabbed double-digit rebounds. They put together back-to-back strong outings, and have a chance to jump up in the standings next week with a matchup against the Werewolves.



Big Baller Brand’s hot fourth quarter erased a double-digit deficit, but it wasn’t enough to finish the comeback against the then-also-winless Skyhookers. Brett Cody and Matt Simmeth have been the only consistent pieces for Big Baller Brand, both recording 20-point double-doubles in Week 4. Like the Werewolves, Big Baller Brand struggles at times by not having playmakers outside of their two main scoring options. Big Baller Brand will need players to step up if they want to get their first win on the season against a reeling Boom-Shakalaka team next week.