Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Opera March Madness

Giovanni U: The Dons' up-tempo offense features excellent ball-handling and pass- making skills, but suffers quite a few blocks - and in the clutch they go straight to hell.

Tosca A+M: The Rebels' offense is pure artistry, especially in the paint. Their defense absolutely slays big men, but their flops are sadly ineffective. At game's end, they have a tendency for tragic drops.

Carmen Tech: The Matadors feature a tight-knit squad of one-and-done gypsies who have a real knack for setting traps and tying their opponents up in knots. They're often called for traveling and flagrant fouls (particularly against opposing guards), and a trip to the Final just doesn't seem to be in the cards.

Aida State: The Raging Egyptians have celebrated quite a few victories, but an overdependence on an ancient triangle offense leads to one too many fatal isolation plays.

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