After another week of rounds, the Elite Eight has dwindled to the Final Four. But not without close matches.
Forever altering Curbed Cup history, underdog Bayou St. John dunked on the two-time champion Algiers Point with a nine-point lead. So far, no New Orleans neighborhood has won the Cup more than two times in a row.
On Tuesday, the Lower Garden District—another successful underdog neighborhood in Curbed Cup 2017—toppled Treme with a hefty 25-percent lead. In Wednesday’s close match between the Bywater and Garden District, the Bywater came out victorious.
Curbed Cup 2016 runner-up Mid-City has surpassed the competition over the last two weeks. On Thursday, Mid-City won with a 51-percent lead over Gentilly.
Without further wait, here’s the most recent bracket for Curbed Cup.
Next week, the final four neighborhoods will face off for a spot in the final round. Which neighborhood are you calling?