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Makai Ashton-Langford Leads Rivals To Title

The Mass Rivals defeated Team Loaded in the 2016 Adidas Gauntlet championship game in a rematch of lat years finals. The Mass Rivals ended up being the team that was loaded with a 57-48 win over the team from Virginia.

When your lead guard in Makai Ashton-Langford can average 20 points a game and share the load of scoring in double figures with his counterparts then it’s hard to lose a game when a player is that unselfish.

The Mass Rivals have a pair of guards in Yale commit Azar Swain and Wabissa Bede who team up with Ashton-Langford that made it hard on the defensive end up for nationally ranked guards Immanuel Quickely and Romeo Langford to get a bucket. In result the Mass Rivals went on to win on average of almost 18 points a game.

Dominance is the only word to describe the showing by the Mass Rivals.

Makai Ashton-Langford stated that Louisville, Uconn and Providence have been working the hardest to land his services.