2016 Pre-Season: Day 7 (10/21) and Day 8 (10/22)

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2016 Pre-Season: Day 7 (10/21) and Day 8 (10/22)

Postby Stefan Calico » October 23rd, 2016, 10:46 pm

* (by Harlow)

What up fellas? It’s your guy Zane Donovan here with a very special #SuperSaturday. Yes! This October 22nd, I'll be bringing you, not just one, not even two, but all three games coverage at the same time. The jag ain't fooling around, so prepare to get your (over)dose of basketball!

In Santa Ana we got our local multicolor team versus the big bad blue Tides from the Northern Division! And while it became staple for Bangor to keep it frustratingly close for their opponents, the mitten's on the other paw this time around., as McDyess sank 8 points just on this quarter, in return, Pura D.Q and the big loup Mange are nipping at their heels, but it seems this one will be another close and exciting one, just as the Tides like 'em (or not?) Q1> BGR 26, SAS 27.
Now we travel cross-country to the Deep South as we got the Moonshiners in a pickle, as the other California team is giving a whole different headache to the locals, running away on this first quarter! Savoy is showing his remarkable shooting, but San Jose is denying their efforts nicely (no way Jose, the remix: Southern Discomfort!) Argentine-descent Riccardo Vega and rookie Tua Wati are showing what they are made of, as they are keeping it dicey for the greens. Can they turn the tables and call the moonshine shots? Q1> SJT 35, TEN 25.
And we turn our heads at sunny and exotic Dominican Republic! The sunny, beachy Santo Domingo is hosting a hot international game between Winnipeg and Tallahassee. Seems the Typhoons are keeping it familiar, going with the Dawg Pack faces at the starting, Velox showing he is still hot on his trot with 8 points on his name, facing against a very valiant soon-to-be-birthday boy Timmids who is holding the Canadians afloat. The orange ones have the lead for now, but anything can happen at this point. Stay tuned! Q1> TAL 26, WPG 19.

One and a half times in (Three halftimes), this East-vs-West tandem is hot on their heels!
While Bangor is showing they got only the finest wolves around, with Mange leading the pack, the Spectrums are proving they still got fuel in the Prism engine! Hot ROTY early favorite Tyrese Vaughan is matching up with the deadly rebounds, McDyess and Anggun joining him up with the rest of the stats. Nevertheless, with notable efforts like the ones of Katu and Terra, the Tides are fiercely determined to fight. It's another close one here that can go either way! Q2> BGR 53, SAS 55.
Back to The Still, where it seems the Argentine Olympian is showing a game that we never seen before! Riccardo Vega's shaping up in being tonight's star with 12 points and 5 rebounds! Sawyer's breaking a sweat, but showing great captainship chops under the pressure, with Walstein and Savoy keeping the team's fighting spirits up! It may be a double-digit lead, but can the home team switch it up in their favor? Q2> SJT 63, TEN 52.
The only thing hotter than the Dominican beach is this international duel between the Typhoons and the Voyageurs! Springer has taken a front seat with some amazing points to keep the Typhoon lead! On the other side, Timmids is the chip on Tallahassee's shoulder, being the big highlight of this game, alongside the great defensive skills of Ex-Typhoon Rex Kearsarge. Tallahassee still with the lead, but time to see what the Canadians have under their belt! Q2> TAL 51, WPG 44.

Three, three third times, ah ah ah!
Bangor and Santa Ana keeping it close! As the Frenchmen valiantly hold their ground against the home team, it seems that Santa Ana figured the key of being relentless, keeping the smallest, but the most important of leads! McDyess has been nothing short of a scoring machine fed up by Anggun, keeping it hard-pressed and functioning very well. It's all still very uncertain as they head towards the finish line! Q3> BGR 80, SAS 82.
The Thrust have barged into Tennessee and made their presence, as their Dutch-born new acquisition, Jona Vastenhout is showing he got the pass and the sass to keep the scores up on this steamroller! Russell Savoy still has the upper hand in the scoring, but it will take a tremendous high (or an opposing low) to turn this one around. While showing strong capacity, the Moonshiners need a quick shuffle and reevaluation. Q3> SJT 93, TEN 76.
In the DomRep, the goat is taking the most, with 20 points to her name! The southern team is keeping it standard and consistent against the experimenting Voyageurs, whose own ungulate is shining through, aided up by the big turtle and the only rook in the roster, Chantal Magnano. It's steep, but not impossible, as they regroup to find that strategy that is bound to work and turn this one on their favor. Q3> TAL 78, WPG 64.

The Tennessee game finished up first, and it closed as much as it began. The Thrust managed to not only take advantage of, but explode the Shiner weaknesses, namely having Panigoyan trying at the Center position against a more aptly sized Tua Wati who managed to turn the Forward's zero-point, three-TO flop into his gold, namely a good Double-Double with 17 points and 11 rebounds, but the honors of the night went to no other than the Rotterdam Ravager, Jona Vastenhout, who played a brilliant game with 24 points and 8 assists! Russell Savoy with 29 points is the local highlight, but it seems that the California team adds another win to their belt, as the Moonshiners need to evaluate what went on and try not to commit the same mishaps twice. Final> SJT 122, TEN 103.
Off to the Dominican Republic, as the two teams got ready to seal the deal and try to snatch the victory. The 'Phoons kept their strategy going, and don't change what doesn't need fixing, as Amelia Springer put them in the lead, with a breathtaking 28 points and 8 rebounds, cementing her as our POTG. Timmids shone as the big guy in Canada, but the most notable being Kearsarge's outstanding defensive game with 12 rebounds. Nevertheless, it's Florida's game, as their big pieces show up that they have what it takes to take the biggest of brunts, as they leave the Caribbean nation with a big number of new fans rooting for them. Final> TAL 102, WPG 87.
And as so, the closest game of today comes to a more exciting end, as these two went to the jugular of each other trying to cement their victory. But in all, the fur of the night, our POTG, was none other than L.V.M.C.D, the panther blowing the roof away with *thirty-five* points AND a double-double with 10 rebounds to boot! Joining him up is the big otter Tyrese Vaughan with 11 points and 11 rebounds of his own, showing he's more than ready to fill Cheval's sparkly shoes. Blanc Mange owned the defensive floor for the blue team with a double-double of his own with 17 points and 12 rebs, while PDQ made her statement of wanting to start, earning the most points of her team. The Spectrums celebrate their victory on their home turf as they get ready to face off against a deadly Pacific Rim division. Final> BGR 105, SAS 108.

This has been your triple-threat Zane Donovan, your rad jag, telling you to stay sporty and get ready for this big season!

LVG 26 28 27 34 115
QNS 27 26 27 23 103
PotG: Fenruss Brylee - 29 pts, 11 rebs, 2 asts, 1 blk.
Queen of Queens: Zoie Wilds - 12 pts, 3 rebs, 10 asts, 1 stl.

MON 27 28 21 25 101
AZW 26 25 30 24 105
PotG: Lance Wildfyre - 30 pts, 1 reb, 9 asts, 3 stls.
Loudest Howler: Lemond Conkale - 20 pts, 6 rebs, 5 asts, 1 stl, 2 blk.

PIT 23 25 24 25 97
WIL 26 23 25 24 98
PotG: Mikaylah Marley - 24 pts, 2 rebs, 2 asts.
Key Keystone: Shirley Takamoto - 24 pts, 5 rebs, 2 asts, 1 blk.

BGR 26 27 27 25 105
SAS 27 28 27 26 108
PotG: L.V. McDyess - 35 pts, 10 rebs, 1 ast, 1 stl.
The High Tide: Blanc Mange - 17 pts, 12 rebs, 1 ast, 1 blk.

SJT 35 28 30 29 122
TEN 25 27 24 27 103
PotG: Jona Vastenhout - 24 pts, 2 rebs, 8 asts, 1 blk.
Master Moonshiner: Russell Savoy - 29 pts, 4 rebs, 2 asts, 2 stls.

TAL 26 25 27 24 102
WPG 19 23 20 25 87
PotG: Amelia Odessa Springer - 28 pts, 8 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl.
Premier 'peg Player: Mike Timmids - 20 pts, 2 rebs, 7 asts, 2 stls.

* (edited by Patrick Suarez)

Boxscores> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DTF7YkQ29Scaw48K-R7k6EsQOd6FN_8cFzLUhAqaDu0/pubhtml?gid=1093316748&single=true
Last edited by Stefan Calico on October 25th, 2016, 10:50 pm, edited 3 times in total.
Reason: added PotGs and Injuries (all of them)

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