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JBL Standings
 1. Los Angeles 6-2 
 2. Seattle 5-3 
 3. Dallas 5-3 
 4. New York 5-3 
 5. Atlanta 5-3 
 6. Houston 3-5 
 7. Chicago 2-6 
 8. Philadelphia 1-7 
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Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Lamelo BALL
  Los Angeles
  Avg: 40.4
 1. L.Ball Los Angeles40.4 
 2. N.Chaney Atlanta30.6 
 3. J.Springer Seattle30.4 
 4. C.Hollis Houston29.3 
 5. N.Malone Los A28.9 
 6. J.Ray Atlanta25.4 
 7. J.Morgan Seattle25.4 
 8. C.Boyd Atlanta25.1 
 9. J.Nixon Philadelphia24.9 
 10. C.Brown New York24.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Los Angeles
  Avg: 18.7
 1. G.Floyd Los Angeles18.7 
 2. L.Ball Los Angeles15.4 
 3. M.Dixson Chicago13.7 
 4. C.Brown New York13.1 
 5. C.Boyd Atlanta12.0 
 6. D.Mitchell Seattle11.4 
 7. C.Hollis Houston11.3 
 8. N.Wek Dallas11.3 
 9. J.Myers Houston11.1 
 10. D.Lyle Chicago10.1 
Assists Per Game
 Lamelo BALL
  Los Angeles
  Avg: 10.3
 1. L.Ball Los Angeles10.3 
 2. M.Morgan Dallas8.0 
 3. N.Irby New York7.8 
 4. I.Butler Atlanta6.7 
 5. J.Buckner Philadel6.4 
 6. K.McSpadden Dallas5.3 
 7. C.Hollis Houston5.3 
 8. N.Malone Los A4.9 
 9. K.Brown Chicago4.8 
 10. J.Morgan Seattle4.7 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 4.5
 1. M.Morgan Dallas4.5 
 2. N.Malone Los A4.1 
 3. L.Ball Los Angeles4.0 
 4. D.Haid Philadelphia3.8 
 5. C.Walker Dallas3.6 
 6. M.Johnson Philadel3.6 
 7. N.Irby New York3.5 
 8. J.Morgan Seattle3.3 
 9. A.Carmon Seattle3.3 
 10. I.Butler Atlanta3.1 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.9
 1. N.Morris Dallas2.9 
 2. M.Davis Seattle2.8 
 3. A.Singleton Chicago2.1 
 4. M.Dixson Chicago2.0 
 5. G.Floyd Los Angeles1.6 
 6. X.Johnson Atlanta1.6 
 7. D.Haid Philadelphia1.6 
 8. L.Ball Los Angeles1.3 
 9. S.Harris Los A1.3 
 10. S.Handy Houston1.2 

Los Angeles and Seattle to clash for title - Aug 12, 2018

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Los Angeles - New York 127-124

Los Angeles survived a tough challenge from New York to reach the championship game. New York was tied after three quarters but could not keep up in the last quarter eventually losing the game. Los Angeles made 35-of-43 free shots (81.4 percent) during the game. They also forced 21 New York turnovers and outrebounded them 70-52 including a 34-14 advantage in offensive rebounds. Great defensive blocking was one of the keys in this match when Los Angeles made 9 blocks. 26 personal fouls committed by New York helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. Worth to mention a great performance of guard LiAngelo Ball (196-98, college: UCLA, agency: Slash Sports) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 55 points (!!!), 16 rebounds, 7 assists and 5 steals. Greg Floyd (207-99) contributed with a double-double by scoring 18 points and 16 rebounds for the winners. Guard Jameer Killing (188-98) answered with a double-double by scoring 32 points and 10 rebounds and guard Morissana Camara (186-99) added 17 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists in the effort for New York. Five Los Angeles and four New York players scored in double figures.
Top scorers:
New York: K.Jameer 32+10reb+2ast, I.Nolen 24+4reb+4ast, B.Calvin 22+9reb+1ast, C.Morissana 17+11reb+5ast, F.Mensah 10+8reb, T.Kirkham 9+1reb+6ast
Los Angeles: L.Ball 55+16reb+7ast, L.Ball 26+10reb, F.Greg 18+16reb+2ast, K.Mack 14+10reb+2ast, M.Niles 10+5reb+3ast, D.Melvin 4+12reb
gschID: 640713

Houston - Seattle 106-129

Seattle fired past Houston to enter the inaugural season Final. The game was mostly controlled by Seattle. Houston was better in fourth quarter 29-26. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They outrebounded Houston 48-35 including 19 on the offensive glass. Seattle players were unselfish on offense dishing 31 assists. Point guard Brandon Willis (180, college: Alders.-Broad.) stepped up and scored 29 points, 8 rebounds and 9 assists for the winners and Anthony Carmon chipped in 24 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists. At the losing side Cameron Forman responded with 24 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists and swingman Curtis Hollis (198-98, college: Hutchinson CC) scored 23 points and 7 rebounds. Four Seattle and five Houston players scored in double figures.
Top scorers:
Houston: F.Cameron 24+5reb+5ast, C.Hollis 23+7reb+1ast, J.Myers 16+5reb+3ast, R.Jorell 13+4reb+3ast, W.Calvin 10+2reb+3ast, A.Gibson 10+2reb+5ast
Seattle: B.Willis 29+8reb+9ast, J.Morgan 29+7reb+4ast, S.Jerell 24+4reb+6ast, C.Anthony 24+13reb+6ast, A.T 12+5reb+2ast, C.Clark 9+10reb+1ast
gschID: 640714


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