DUX, Nets close in on NBA 2K League’s 3v3 final

DUX Infinitos and NetsGC advanced to the upper-bracket final of the NBA 2K League’s 3v3 playoffs on Friday with wins over community teams in Washington.

DUX downed Dot Squad 3-0, and the Nets topped the Glo Navy Glosquitos 3-1.

The Nets and DUX will square off on Saturday with the winner earning a berth in the event’s final later in the evening. The loser will get another chance in the lower bracket.

Pistons GT extended their title defense by winning twice in the lower bracket on Friday. First the Pistons swept NBL Oz Gaming 3-0 before they erased a two-game deficit to overcome the Glosquitos 3-2.

Bucks Gaming also won a pair of lower-bracket matches to extend their stay in Washington. After taking the last two games to edge top-seeded T-Wolves Gaming 3-2, the Bucks pulled off an even bigger comeback against Dot Squad, overcoming a 2-0 deficit to prevail 3-2.

The Pistons and Bucks will meet on Saturday with the winner to face off with the DUX-Nets loser for a berth in the final.

In Thursday’s first upper-bracket semifinal, DUX handled Dot Squad 23-14, 23-18 and 22-20. Brian “Killeyy” Diaz led DUX with an average of 14.3 points per game.

After Glo Navy opened with a 21-12 win, the Nets bounced back to post 22-13, 21-10 and 22-13 victories. Tariq “Greens” Reed averaged 11.5 points for the Nets.

–Field Level Media

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