Mastro is often referred as the GOAT of Ultimate Hoops New York, and for good reason. He’s led Unstuck to 12 championships in Syosset and Garden City, ranging from Spring 2011 to Spring 2017. He has the tenacity to rebound like Dennis Rodman, the skill to score from anywhere on the floor and the vision to get his teammates involved. That all adds up to him averaging 23.3 points, 16.1 rebounds and 5.6 assists per game over the course of his Ultimate Hoops career. What stands out the most about his resume is that he ranks third all-time in rebounds with 4,160, doing so in just 258 games, the 113th most in Ultimate Hoops.
Mastro has been able to dominate Syosset and Garden City over the years, and in August 2017, he was able to prove that he could play at a National level as well. Mastro’s RTG made it to the championship game in the inaugural New York National Tournament, where they lost to fellow Syosset team, Thundercats. In the five games Mastro played in the tournament, he averaged 12.4 points, 10.4 rebounds and 3 assists, good enough to get him a nod in the All-Tournament Team.
Members of the UH New York community have said that Mastro would be a first-ballot Ultimate Hoops New York Hall of Famer if they were to ever have one. Mastro now has a chance to prove those members right by becoming a member of the inaugural class of the Ultimate Hoops Hall of Fame.