Legacy Leagues Week 4 Power Rankings

Presented by:

DJ Stillo Logo



Monstars logo


      The Monstars keep their number one spot this week after a 79-65 victory over Run TMC. Reggie Stewart and Corey Jacobs stepped up with Brandon Seabrook missing the contest. The Monstars will need another great team performance as they get ready to face off against an also-undefeated team in No Limit this Monday.



No Limit logo


      Howie Miller led his team to victory to keep their undefeated ranking in last week’s close game against Lob 203. John Rullan and Tarell Vargas both contributed 13 points, and were huge in lifting their team to the win. No Limit will be playing Monstars in week 5, a spot that will help settle who is truly no. 1 in the rankings



Temptations logo


      The Temptations are anything but underrated. Led by standout Carmine Santorelli, who scored a record 62 points in last week’s game, the Temptations defeated Red-Emption in overtime. Santorelli will need another MVP-type performance  in week 5 when his squad faces a rejuvenated Sportslook team.



Cereal Killers logo


      The Cereal Killers remain undefeated after yet another blowout game where they demolished Light It Up. Tyrhon Coward once again filled the scoring column with 40 points, followed by Michael Davis’ 19. The Cereal Killers will need more of the same from those two when they face off against a talented Lob 203 team in week 5.



Red-emption logo


      Red-emption remains the highest scoring team in the league after week 4 (342 points scored) and one of the most talented teams with 2 losses. After a tough overtime loss to the Temptations, where they were ahead going into the second half, Jalen Graham, Scott Corchard and co. will be searching for their third win next week against the Avengers.



The Firm log


  green up two white   The Firm has proven to be a solid team that can move the ball around, putting that on display in their big win over Stranger Danger. New addition Markey DesRuisseaux lead the way with 18 points and some showtime dunks. The Firm will be looking to improve their record and their ranking against Goon Squad next week.



New Run TMC logo


      After a tough loss to the Monstars, Run TMC still has the potential to be a strong team in the league with their star players Will Hudson and Matt Zocco. TMC led for parts of their week 4 tilt, but was unable to keep it close in the fourth. Run TMC will look to get back in the win column when they face White Magic in week 5.



Sportslook logo


  green up two white   Sportslook bounced back in week 4, earning their first win of the season by 30 over Goon Squad. Tyrell Holmes led the team in his debut with 20 points, and Scott Benzing followed up with 18. It will be fun to keep an eye on how Benzing and Holmes work together the rest of the season, starting when they take on the Temptations.



Goon Squad logo


  red down 3 gray right   Despite losing to Sportslook in week 4, Goon Squad has potential to win some upcoming games. Key players DJ Ellis, Chris Folsom, and Justin Green move the ball around effectively, and all shoot close to 50% from the floor. Goon Squad has a tough schedule ahead of them, playing The Firm and Temptations in their upcoming weeks.



Lob203 logo


  green arrow up 1   Lob 203 is still searching for their first win of the season after playing three games. In a tough two-point loss to No Limit, Lob 203 proved that they are a hardworking team. No Limit’s defense came up big and was able to hold down Lob’s best players: Andrew Martino and Paul Mirmina. Lob 203 also has a tough schedule coming up with Cereal Killers and the Monstars up next.



stranger danger logo


  red down 2 gray   Stranger Danger got their second-straight loss of the season after falling to The Firm. Stranger Danger was missing key players, but Joe Cordy and Steven Echols both stepped up and led the way with 17 points each. Stanger Danger will hopefully have more players in attendance when they square off against the Renegades.



Renegades logo


  green arrow up 1   The Renegades picked up their first win on the season after blowing out the Avengers, 93-45. Ty Reed led with 29 points, 18 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 blocks. Aaron McAlpine also shot the ball well, adding 20 points. Reed will need to continue stuffing the stat sheet for Renegades if they hope to continue their winning ways.




The Rookies logo


  green up 2 gray   The Rookies won their first game this week against White Magic, but it was a very low scoring game. Jaylon Smalls led his team with 14 points, closely followed by Eric Singleton’s 13. If The Rookies want to win more games they will need more players to contribute scoring, and will need to continue to mesh as a team.




Screen Shot 2017-01-27 at 8.46.21 PM


      After a tough loss to the Renegades, the Avengers get their third loss this season. The Avengers couldn’t score in this game and need to improve on their 39% shooting in order to stay in games. The Avengers have Red-emption coming up, and will need to bring their A-game to keep it close.




Light It Up logo


  red down 3 gray right   Light It Up faced the Cereal Killers and got “murdered” this past week. Light It Up’s defense could not handle the bombardment that was the Cereal Killers offense. Chris Rosario led his team with 16 points. Light It Up needs to work on defense if they plan on staying in more games down the road.



Screen Shot 2017-01-27 at 8.49.32 PM


      White Magic is a hard team to judge so far. Steven Buczek is the only player averaging double-digit points (13.8). If White Magic plans on getting that elusive first victory this season, they need more contributions from their supporting cast on both offense and defense to hang with Run TMC.