4 Penn Plaza Week 2

Los Angeles Lakers power forward/center Anthony Davis led 4 Penn Plaza to their second-ever fantasy basketball win in week two of the 2020-21 season. He was joined by teammates DeMar DeRozan (San Antonio), Rudy Gobert (Utah), Andre Drummond (Cleveland), and Mikal Bridges (Phoenix) who all scored over 100 points to power the offence to victory. 


 


We improved to 2-0 on the young season thanks to a 1403.30-1298.10 win over BBQ Chicken, who fell to 0-2. The win kept us in third place, while our opponent fell to the standings’ eighth spot.

The original projections had us winning by 287.85 when we only pulled out the victory by 105.20. Both teams failed to reach their projections, however, BBQ chicken (18.32) was much closer to their number than we were (200.97).

4 Penn Plaza jumped out to a 134.60-64.10 lead after Monday’s action. BBQ Chicken took over on Tuesday, the only day they held a lead in the matchup. We outscored our opponent on Wednesday, which opened up a lead that we never squandered.

We scored a week high 286.10 points on Saturday, which was also the day that saw us reach our largest lead in the matchup, 169.10 points.

Our average for daily points was 200.47 and the average matchup deficit was 91.40 points.

Overall, our numbers improved in week two as we jumped up a few spots in three categories but dropped in the other two.

Last week we were the seventh best team in points scored, but with a subpar week regarding meeting projections, we dropped to eigth. We also rank eigth in assists after being in fourth the week prior. Our block ranking stayed the same while our turnovers improved three spots to second overall. The only other category change was steals, which also improved a spot.

We remain the number one team in regards to rebounds, leading the league with 558.


4 Penn Plaza retained their spot in third place thanks to a 6.80 point cushion over Caldwell-Pope Mobil who sit in fourth. 

Four teams remain undefeated at 2-0 while two teams improved to 1-1. After two weeks, four teams remain winless, while only one team has failed to compiled 2000 points on the season.

Two teams have yet to alter their rosters, while 4 Penn Plaza has made one transaction so far.


175.60 points 58.10 points

In our week two matchup Davis led our team in scoring with 175.60 points, a season-high. Davis collected 84 points, 38 rebounds, 14 assists, 6 steals, 5 blocks, and 8 turnovers. 

Brook Lopez (Milwaukee) ended up with the dud award of the week thanks to a team-low 58.10 points. The center only put up 30 points with 13 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals and blocks, along with 1 turnover.  


December 29, 2020

Addition: Chris Boucher – Toronto (Waivers)
Substitution: Matiss Thybulle – Philadelphia

Matiss Thybulle was drafted late in the fourteenth round and was selected to be a bench player who contributed when he could. Thybulle disappointed us and never got into the starting lineup, having scored less than two points.

Chris Boucher became available and thanks to a 56.50 point game became a hot commodity. We used our first waiver wire pick to select the Raptor.

Weekly Move Total: 1/4 

Season Move Total: 1/50


Follow 4 Pennsylvania Plaza all season long @keepingthestats or facebook.com/keepingthestats.


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