Legacy Leagues Week 3 Power Rankings

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Monstars logo


green up 1 on gray The Monstars take over the top spot after a stellar performance in week 3 with a 62-56 win over Sportslook. Reggie Stewart and Brandon Seabrook have taken the league by storm, and are complemented by the interior presence of Ty Alston. They are the only 3-0 team in the league, and will be put to the test next week when they play the also undefeated Run TMC.


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red arrow down 1 John Rullan and last year’s MVP, Tarell Vargas, have lead No Limit through two games, even though  they barely slid by Stranger Danger in week 3. Vargas came out on fire in week 3, going for 28 points and eight rebounds in the 10-point victory. Rullan is currently fifth in the league for points per game entering his team’s matchup  next week against Lob 203.


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The Temptations look locked and loaded, ready to make a run at the upper tier of teams in the winter 17 season. Santorelli leads the league in  scoring with his 31.5 points per game, and also dishes out 9.5 assists per game. Santorelli is also complimented by big-man Troy Brunson and stretch-forward, Erik Silva. The Temptations will need big contributions from these three when they take on Red-emption in week 4.


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green arrow up 1 The Cereal Killers absolutely dominated in their 121-62 win over the Avengers this past week. This stacked team, lead by Michael Davis and Tyrhon Coward, will look to continue to integrate their new players against Light It Up on Monday. If their new pieces continue to improve, this team could continue moving up in the rankings very soon.


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green up 1 on gray Red-emption leads the league in total points, field goals made, and assists, and are an all-around squad that is hungry to prove themselves as the best team. Although they are 2-1, they should not be underestimated as they have an early MVP candidate in Jalen Graham, and are lead by a shifty ball handler and  dangerous playmaker in Scott Corchard.


Goon Squad logo


red down 2 white  Goon Squad had a poor shooting game in week 3, which seemed then affect the rest of their game against Run TMC. The team is shooting just under 43 percent  from the floor in two games, and will need to improve several aspects of their game if they wish to move up in the power rankings. DJ Ellis and Justin Green have lead this team through two games, while Matt Marconi has been somewhat quiet.


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green up 1 on gray  At 2-0, this team has potential to shock the league with their star playmakers in Will Hudson, who’s been averaging 22 PPG and 9 RPG, and Matt Zocco, who finished with 23 points last week against Goon Squad. Run TMC still has a lot to prove, and can do that by continuing to beat the top-tier teams, beginning with the Monstars in week 4.


The Firm log


green arrow up 1  Despite losing to the Monstars in week 2, The Firm has been a solid, all-around team. Chris Martinez is second in the league in rebounding, and has been averaging a team-high 15.7 points per game. Dashawn Hall and Larry Little have also thrived. These guys will be put to the test against Stranger Danger in week 4.


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green up 1 on gray This Stranger Danger team is tough to judge as they sit at 2-1 overall. Steven Echols has lead the team with 20.7 points per game, while Johnny O’Brien has dominated the paint with seven rebounds per game. Other role players will need to consistently contribute more if Stranger Danger wants to be a real force in this league. This week’s game against The Firm should tell us more about this team.


Sportslook logo


red down 3 white Sportslook has yet to get a win, but has played one of the toughest early season schedules. We have seen plenty from Scott Benzing and Steve Niggebrugge, both of whom are averaging close to 20 points a game. Despite this team’s potential, the tough schedule continues as they play Goon Squad, Temptations, and Red-emption over the course of the next 3 weeks.


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Although they are 0-2, this team should not be underestimated by any means as they play an all-around, physical style. Last week, Andrew Martino went off for 36 points, 21 of which came in the first half. Paul Mirmina has also played a big role on this team. Lob 203 have a tough opponent in No Limit standing between them and their first win.


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green up 4 white This team is lead by the lethal Chris Rosario, whose 23.5 points per game is fourth in the league, and Devin Luzietti, the league leader in rebounds (31). Light It Up will need more effective contributions from their role players if they want to continue their winning ways in week 4 against the Cereal Killers.



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red down 1 on gray With the lowest amount of points scored (89) thus far this season, the Renegades have a lot of work to do. Shooting 38-110, including 5-47 from three, will not cut it if this team has any hope of getting a single win this season. The next couple of weeks will be critical for Ty Reed and company to get healthy, as they will play the Avengers followed by Stranger Danger.



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red arrow down 1 This sharp-shooting team is lead by Zach Shapiro, who is averaging 24 points per game, which is third in the league. Shapiro is also second in the league for 3-point percentage (59%). Kevin Connors also put up solid shooting performances, while Rob Ceballos has made a name for himself down low. The Avengers will look to get back on track when they take on the Renegades.



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Don’t sleep on these guys, as they have plenty of guys who can impact the game on any given night. Jhamal Jones had a solid performance in his debut in week 2, but disappointed in the 51-40 loss to The Firm last week. If this team has any chance to move up in the power rankings, they will need to take care of business against White Magic and Light It Up.


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red down 2 white This White Magic team is hard to judge, with Steven Buczek as the only player averaging double-digit points (14 PPG). The team as a whole is struggling to hit shots (38-110), including having made only five three-pointers on the season. They will need to quickly get into rhythm to snag their first win.