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NBBL Fall League report - Oct 28, 2016


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Benjamin
Ibrahim
The 2016 NBBL Fall League is now entering into the mid-season stage where we are really now getting to see the formation of league standings and where teams compare to each other. This mid-season report will break down the "Movers and Shakers" of the 2016 NBBL Fall League.
After four weeks of play the Monstars have a perfect 4-0 record. The team is who we thought they would be up to this point. Displaying the ability to take over games by the turn of a switch. There has been a couple close games but nothing that has really pushed these guys outside of their comfort zone.
Currently at 3-1 and taking down a tough Conestoga team in Week 4 behind Summer League MVP, Shane Rowe's best NBBL performance to date. Rowe finished with 39 points and 15 rebounds. Level One looks to be among the top in the league again this season.
PDN has already hung two 100 point scoring performances on the season that saw them win by convincing margins in each game. PDN has been dubbed the top team in the league according to the Power Rankings after Week 4. They appear to be in peak shape and we are only mid way through the season. Looks like the offseason acquisitions are paying off, so far...
It's been a shocking season so far for the 519ers. Currently at 0-4 on the season, the team has faced a tough schedule thus far coming up short in four tough games. No one saw this coming from a team that went 7-1 in the NBBL Summer League. It'll be interesting to see how they finish the remainder of the season. It's important for them to bounce out of this slump in the second half of the season as they get ready for the playoffs.
The Heavyweight Kings made many adjustments to the roster this offseason with a promising vision for the teams future. After 4 weeks of play, the team sits at 1-3 losing a couple close contests. Team chemistry still seems to be something they are trying to still figure out as a unit, hopefully they can get it together in time for a playoff run. The bright side for the Kings has been the development of Matt Poirier (6'5''-G, college: Dubuque) who is currently 2nd in the NBBL in scoring at 20.3 points per game and looks to be having his best season yet in the NBBL.
Caution When Wet - It was a rebuilding stage for CWW when entering the season. Losing a few key guys to the Monsters this season, we knew it would be a tough transition for CWW. The addition of two new members (Benjamin Ibrahim (6'5''-F-91) and Emmanuel Makuna) to the team last week has resulted in the teams first regular season win. Now sitting at 1-3, let see if the late acquisitions can play an influential role in a season turnaround.
It's been a slow start to the season for the Hitmen. The team picked up their first win in Week 3 to come out the following week flat against PDN. Despite the lackluster season this far, a bright side has been the emergence of big man NBBL rookie Scott Rogers (6'5''-F, college: Trine). Currently averaging 16.5 PPG to go along with 8.2 RBS.
Courtesy of: northborderbasketball.com
  




Dwayne
Harvey
Parlez De Nous Captures Both Fall League Titles - 4 months ago
Parlez De Nous set out during the Fall League with the goal of capturing both the Advanced and Rec. Division Championships and on Tuesday night they did just that! All in attendance were treated to two thrilling games that will go down in NBBL History. PDN becomes the first organization to win the title in two separate divisions. The first game of the night featured (1) Parlez De Nous vs (3) Friendship Group. PDN jumped out to an early lead that they would not relinquish en route to the t...   [read more]
Advanced Division Championship Game: (1) Parlez De Nous v. (2) Monstars - 4 months ago
Championship Tuesday has arrived! Along with the two pre-season favourites, Parlez De Nous (9-0) vs Monstars (8-1). This is sure to be a game worth watching as both teams are chomping at the bit to get the Championship trophy awarded to them. PDN has remained unbeaten this season with strong play from any given player on any given Tuesday. A very important piece to their game plan is the play of their guards who seem to do it all, filling the stat sheet on a consistent basis. Last week, H...   [read more]
Rec. Division - Week 7 Player of the Week & Top Performers - 5 months ago
The Week 7 NBBL Player of the Week is Moussa Tanguina. Moussa continued his tear of excellent play thus far as he lead his Come Ups team to an impressive victory over their rivals PDN. Tanguina totalled 30 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals and 1 block. Jordan Nelson (G) - #1 Friendship Group: Nelson and Friendship Group finished the regular season on a high note as they knocked off the Warriors. Nelson finished with 21 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals and 1 block. Tony Karta...   [read more]



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