2. Team Vulcun (11-6)
Team Vulcun is still the definitive #2 team, although they went 1-1 this week, utilizing the versatility of mid laner Mancloud on mid Ezreal. Their double AD carry composition led them to a victory over Team Dignitas in the first game, but they lost to a surging Velocity eSports from the very beginning of the match. Team Vulcun just dropped another game below first place team Cloud Nine, but they are still three wins ahead of the massive middle pack. They are one of the most underrated teams in the North American LCS, and I am quite sure that this team will make it into the international tornament. Top lane player Sycho Sid made an amazing performance as top lane Zac against Team Dignitas, putting up a 6/0/2 KDA. However, his performance faltered against Velocity eSports, going 2/4/0 on Yorick, even though he led his team in kills that game. Yorick is a champion he should keep out of his pool for this split. Mid lane player mancloud played the second AD carry in Vulcun's dual AD carry composition. His first performance as mid lane Ezreal was amazing, going 9/1/5 against Team Dignitas. However, it crumbled against Velocity eSports with a 1/4/3 disaster in lane against ecco. Jungler Xmithie never steals the spotlight but always gives off a solid performance. In both games as Nunu and Zac jungle, Xmithie came out with 1 kill and 3 deaths. AD carry Zuna, like the rest of the team, had a great game against Team Dignitas (8/1/9 on Kog'Maw) but fell in the second game (0/5/4 on Kog'Maw). Support BloodWater had a massive performance on Sona against Team Dignitas (4/1/16), but his Thresh in the second game was underwhelming.