Upper Darby, PA – It was the game of the year that seemed to have no ending in sight. Five overtimes, yes it took five overtimes before a victor could emerge from this matchup. Last years defending champs, the Kings, held off the Rockets in arguably the longest and one of the best games in PGBL history. It had everything from scrappy defense to a last-second three-pointer to send it into its fourth overtime. When the final buzzer blew, only eight exhausted players were left on the court. The rest had fouled out. The Kings had managed to pull off only their third victory and keep them out of the last place.
Kings 104, Rockets 102
The Kings led by as much as 10 points early in the second half over the Rockets. But the Rockets put on a scrappy performance and forced the Kings who only came with five players to overtime.
Revolution 49, The Process 47
Vageli Carabases scored 17 points along with Gus Rombos who scored 15 for the Revolution who held off The Process with a buzzer beater.Jim Armentani led his team with 12 points and was helped by Chris Dawson who had 11.
Outlaws 84, Boardwalk Empire 56
The Outlaws blew the Boardwalk Empire in a game that figured to be a lot closer. This victory takes them to 7-0 and leaves them as the only undefeated team in the league thus far. Laz Mackrides is unstoppable. He led his team with 44 points. The Boardwalk Empires Alexi Paaskevas scored 17 points and was helped by Nick Kafkalas who added 16 points.