Josh Hart remains undefeated in SLAM’s latest Call of Duty tournament

New Orleans Pelicans guard Josh Hart had something to say during the middle of SLAM’s latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare tournament.

“I’m just saying, I’m the undefeated champ right now,” Hart said on his stream, per SLAM’s Twitter account. “I’m 4-0. I haven’t lost in this.”

Hart remained undefeated Saturday night, helping Meyers Leonard’s team earn a win in week five of the Call of Duty tournaments. Hart and company won the series 4-3, defeating a team led by Donovan Mitchell. Portland Trail Blazers forward Mario Hezonja, Atlanta Hawks guard Brandon Goodwin and Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette made up some of Mitchell’s team.

Hart’s team included Washington Mystics forward Aerial Powers, Pittsburgh Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and Boston Celtics forward Semi Ojeleye. 

As a staple of the winning teams, Hart spoke about how his skills have helped his squads.

“You know what, I might not be the MVP,” Hart said. “Not everyone’s the MVP. But we have role players. I play my role. I bring the team together.”

Hart had a solid game in the fourth match of the series, when his team defeated Mitchell’s, 6-3, in Search and Destroy on St. Petrograd. He was one of three players on his team who tallied seven kills, with Powers and Leonard being the other two.

During that game, Smith-Schuster tied for first on the team with nine kills. Though Hart never had a kill-death ratio of one or higher, he contributed throughout.

The most kills he had in one game was 19, when he and his team won, 200-185, in Domination on Shoot House.

As a regular in the tournaments, Hart has made an impact for his teams. A quality contributor, Hart’s consistency makes him a quality Call of Duty gamer.

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