⁃Delhi won a heated contest against Mumbai Hustlers 21-17 with their two stars – Inderbir Singh Gill and Karan Shastri – taking the scoring load with 10 and 8 points respectively.
⁃In the second quarterfinals, crowd favorite Hyderabad Ballers were knocked out by a cool and collected Ahmedabad Wingers team 17-16. Eban Hyams, Indian origin import from Australia, did his best to push Hyderabad into the winning column with 13 points but a team effort from Ahmedabad was the difference.
⁃The Aizawl Legends won their match against Jaipur Regals by a score of 21-19 with American import, Kyle Benton, outshining his counterpart, Patrick McGlynn IV.
⁃Mahesh Padmanaban was a one man show for the hometeam Chennai Icons with 15 points out his teams 16, but Bangalore’s size was too much for Chennai to handle and they won 21-16.
⁃In the first semifinals, Delhi Hoopers made quick work of their rivals Ahmedabad Wingers 22-13 to advance to their fourth final in a row.
⁃The second semis was a hard fought physical battle between Aizawl Legends and Bangalore Machas. At the end, Bangalore was too much for Aizawl to handle with Timajh Parker-Rivera and Chethan Suresh forming a an inside-outside deadly combo.
⁃The best match was saved for last as Bangalore Machas won a tightly contested game 21-20 against the Delhi Hoopers. Delhi Hoopers Stars – Inderbir Singh Gill and Kiran Shastri – were slightly off their game and Bangalore took full advantage with Timajh Parker-Rivera scoring 15 points and causing all kinds of trouble for Delhi down low.