Category: 9/10 League Written by Chicago Hoops
Big Ben Skeens is one college coaches should really watch as he went for 24 by dominating the inside and showing his ability to score from three on multiple occasions. In addition, Andrew Favakeh went for over 20 points for the third time this fall by registering 28 in the final game of the regular season.
76ers (87) Heat (48)
The 76ers were one point shy of having seven players reach double figures as Robbie Weiland led the team with 16. For the third time this fall the Heat’s Matt Giannakopolous led them in scoring, going for 17. The 76ers were the only team in the 9th/10th division to go 6-0.
Spurs (49) Bulls (52)
Drew Favakeh’s 28 points for the Bulls led all scorers on the weekend. For the third week in a row Stefan Balaban led the Spurs, this time with 15 points.
Suns (74) T-Wolves (54)
2016 wing Evan Hines has the Suns rolling, netting 26 points in leading the Suns to a 5-1 record in the regular season. The T-Wolves had three players in double figures, led by Will Murphy’s 14.
Lakers (40) Knicks (42)
Freddie Neal drilled 20 points in a heated battle for the Lakers. Colton Marunde had 16 and Collin Werhane trailed in with 14 for the Knicks.
Jazz (39) Blazers (26)
Ray Siewert scored 14 and teammate Omar Perocevic notched 12 for the Jazz to move them to 5-1 in the fall. For the Blazers, Ryan Kenyon registered 9.
Hawks (89) Grizzlies (39)
A pair of 19 point outings by Charlie Levin and Max Raske lifted the Hawks to a 4-2 record. Max Dahl chipped in 12 for the Grizzlies.
Bobcats (60) Nets (58)
A thriller that went right down to the end saw Ben Skeens work for 24 points, scoring from multiple spots on the floor for the Bobcats. The Nets Kenny Bogus had his best game of the fall, knocking down multiple shots from three en route to 17 points.