|Heat Check Gaming||14||12||13||16||55|
|Cavs Legion GC||22||18||23||21||84|
Cavs Legion Gaming Club defeated Heat Check Gaming on Saturday, outperforming them in an 84-55 rout.
With his family cheering him on in the studio, Hood moved to a new position, playing as a rebounding athletic finisher power forward while Sick X 973 kept his place at point guard.
Heat Check Gaming entered this game hot off a close win they earned earlier Saturday morning against Knicks Gaming, who could not stop Hotshot and HyPeR iS Pro from working in the paint. The frontcourt duo reprised their roles against Cavs Legion GC, but had very little help from their supporting cast.
That lack of depth had a big impact on Heat Check trying to guard the man who dropped 40 plus points twice during THE TIPOFF without having much firepower on offense. By the end of the first half, Hood had 22 points, four less than what Heat Check Gaming scored as a team.
Hood ended the game with 32 points on 14-of-18 shooting with 10 rebounds. Sick x 973 maintained his strong play at point guard, dropping 20 assists by mostly feeding his teammate in the paint. Both of them were drafted as different position players, but it doesn’t see like either of them are going through the growing (or in Sick’s case, shrinking) pains that come with moving positions.
Cavs Legion GC will now have their sights set on Knicks Gaming in Week 7, with a win keeping them within the hunt for a top seed in THE TICKET this July. Meanwhile, Heat Check Gaming will have to work hard to rebound from this loss, as they will face Jazz Gaming, a top-five team in the NBA 2K League standings, next week.