Through 5th Round Games 

Draft Order
Draft Night
Draft List
Draft Reports
Game 1
Game 2
Sweet 16 Matchups
Game 3
Elite 8 Matchups
Game 4
Final 4 Matchups
Game 5







Finals have been decided:


<- DeAndre Daniels (U Conn) was drafted by John Lehman in the 10th round (100th pick overall).  Daniels is 2nd in tournament scoring behind teammate Shabazz Napier. 


# 8 Kentucky Wildcats vs  # 7 U Conn Huskies

Tipoff 8:23 CT

Monday Night 04/07


Our game:

The SID team of Bill Starkweather, Don Owens, Drew & John Logan have taken the lead in the game with 721 points and will win the title this year.  They technically have 3 draft picks remaining on Kentucky but Willie C-Stein is not expected to play in the championship game.  Rob Stenzel with no players left in the game should hang on to 2nd place in the game this year.  The Noffke team of Mark, Steve & Bruce Martin are 60 points behind and still have 2 draft picks playing but unless their picks score way over their average, I do not see them finishing in other than 3rd place this year.   Current 4th place drafter John Lehman would need a huge game out of DeAndre Daniels and Niels Giffey for him to have any chance to catch Noffke for 3rd place in the game this year. 



Through 5th round games - top 4 drafters (1-3 pay):  

1st: SID  - 721

2nd: Rob Stenzel - 716

3rd: Mark Noffke team - 661

4th: John Lehman - 643


Projected Final:

Top 3 Leading Scorers in the tournament:

Leader:  Ralph Trevino - Shabazz Napier ( U Conn) - 105 pts (still in)

               John Lehman's - DeAndre Daniels (U Conn) - 88 pts (still in)

               Noffke Team's - Adreian Payne (Michigan State) - 82 (out)

               Commissioner Kraut's - Frank Kaminsky (Wisconson) - 82 (out)



+/- Leader ($50 payout):  

Commissioner Krautstrunk has it locked up after Saturday night's miserable performance from the 3 draft picks on Wisconsin.  No players left but at <117> points, nobody with picks left, could possibly catch and pass this negative number. 

25 Draft Rounds won thus far ($15 / round):