Posted On: 10/7/19 6:30 AM

The 2019 J.D. Lewis Fall League is off to its second week. Here's a look at three takeaways from Week 3 action.

1. The Cavaliers remain the unbeaten favorites

The early favorites to win the Fall League Championship are Cavaliers led by 2023 guard Will Otto, 2021 guard Ben Hines and 2021 forward Will Felton. Otto poured in 32 points in their second of two victories of the day while making six 3-pointers from behind the arc. Felton put up 42 points all inside the paint. He controlled the paint for both games and continues to dominate two weeks in.

Hines and Felton combined for 69 points with Hines draining eight 3-pointers to the tune of 42 points in a route of the Nuggets. Hines made 14 total 3-pointers in Week 2. Through four games, the Cavaliers have won just one game by single-digits (9 points) and by more than 25 points in the other three victories.

2. Spurs remain unbeaten as well

The Spurs are another squad that's remained unbeaten through two weeks of fall league at the J.D. Lewis Center. They were led by 2022 guard Julien King and 2021 forward Broderick Ellis Jr. in their first win of

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