Sunday A/R-SF Upper 2012 Winter-Spring Playoff Brackets

WED 3/14 (2:00PM) — Here are the playoff seedings for A/R-SF Upper. We’ve separated all the A/R-SF teams into Upper and Lower, by being at or above .500 versus below .500. We also added BTR from AAA and we’ll keep them named BTR AAA so there is no confusion (there’s another Below The Rim team in 6FT-OSF). After much internal debate, we decided to put BTR AAA here. It’s kind of an educated guess. They were happy just to leave AAA, which is a pretty cut-throat division this season. To see the standings, please use the League Navigator on in right-hand panel of this website. We’ll post playoff brackets later…

  1. Stun Guns (6-0)
  2. The Fam (5-1)
  3. Who’s Next (4-2)
  4. Braves (3-3) — tie h2h vs DAR/SFW, tie common opp (2-1 vs Blzr/Fam/Heat) vs SFW, won s-o-v (13.7)vs SFW, won common opp (3-1 vs Blzr/Fam/Heat/SFW) vs DAR, no h2h vs Mtz, tie common opp (0-2 vs Stun/Fam) vs Mtz, won s-o-v (13.7) vs Mtz
  5. SF Warriors (3-3) — tie h2h vs DAR/Brvs, tie common opp (2-1 Blzr/Fam/Heat) vs Brvs/, lost s-o-v (11.4) vs Brvs, tie common opp (2-2 vs Blzr/Fam/Brvs/Heat) vs DAR, won s-o-v (11.4) vs DAR, no h2h vs Mtz, won common opp (1-1 vs Fam/WhNx) vs Mtz
  6. Motionz (3-3) — no h2h vs SFW, lost common opp (0-2 vs Fam/WhNx) vs SFW, no h2h vs DAR, tie common opp (1-1 vs Fam/Wolv) vs DAR, won s-o-v (12.4) vs DAR, won h2h vs Full
  7. Full Tilt (3-3) — lost h2h vs Mtz, no h2h vs DAR, tie common opp (1-1 vs Fam/Wolv) vs DAR, won s-o-v (9.4) vs DAR
  8. Dynasty A/R (3-3) — no h2h vs Full, tie common opp (1-1 vs Fam/Wolv) vs Full, lost s-o-v (6.4) vs Full
  9. BTR AAA (1-5)


Dream League uses the NFL Wild-Card Tiebreaker system, which basically means (1) head-to-head results, (2) record vs common opponents, (3) strength-of-victory (we interpret that as point differential in games won, then overall point differential), and (4) the rarely used strength-of-schedule. As with the NFL Wild-Card system, you compare teams within your conference first, then outside of your conference. Teams that finish below other teams in the same conference cannot finish higher than that team, therefore, the tiebreaker process starts all over again at the top after you’ve eliminated each successive team from a tiebreaker.