A Better Life Basketball Summer league playoff results

By on May 2, 2021

first_imgOKC defeated the Warriors, 81-68. This game was decided on how the Warriors’ attitude would be on game time. They had to come out strong on both ends and play the team ball that they were used to on the three-game winning streak coming to this playoff game; a big task to ask for OKC. The team to beat had their twin towers Dan Liming and Matt Mcmonagle dominating inside and from beyond the arc. Pat McMonagle, who we thought brought the intensity in the first half, and Justine Guthrie led them in the second half. Kevin Walker, our MVP candidate had his hands full scoring 35 points, but we all know that in the end Team ball will prevail.OKC: J Guthrie – 29, P Mcmonagle – 19, D Liming – 12, M McMonagle – 11, R Lawandy – 6, S Onarce – 3, J Okinko – 1Warriors: K Walker – 35, R Hoffman – 19, JP Anacreon – 12, K King – 2, M Lowry – 0The championship game will be on July 27 at 8:30 p.m. The Cavs beat the Spurs, 70-67. What a game. If you are from Bayonne, you missed a nail bitter. The Spurs led by 12 points for most of the game. Throughout the season they would lead big until the last 5 minutes. The Achilles heel of this team is holding a lead. Don’t get me wrong, the Spurs was my favorite team; they just have to figure out the 2 minute game. On the other hand, the Cavs always have a comeback in their DNA; that’s why this match up was a game to watch. The Cavs’ Derrick Holley’s clutch shooting and their team’s concept prevailed over the Spurs in overtime. This was one of the best games of the season; too bad someone had to lose.Cavs: Derrick Holley – 24, Zach Liu – 16, Jack Flynn – 14, Joe Stevenson – 6, Gee Bucoy – 6, R Baptiste – 4Spurs: JJ Hladik – 20, B Pipher – 19, J Fortune – 14, R King – 7, M Francgiacomo – 3, T Camacho – 2, F Cheng – 2 last_img read more

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