OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

1st Division
1. Doris From Rego Park (6-2)
2. Sexy Bears (6-2)
3. NY Dynasty (6-2)
4. Adam D Gamblers (4-4)
5. The Agents (4-4)
6. That 70s Team (3-5)
7. The Warriors (3-5)
8. Bloomberg (2-6)
9. Top Stars (2-6)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1. NYC Gritty Committee (7-1)
2. Honey Badgers (5-2)
3. Tri-State InvAsian (5-2)
4. Let It Fly (5-2)
5. Thunder Explosion (5-2)
6. All White Everything (5-3)
7. No Fly Zone (5-3)
8. The Lizards (4-3)
9. Raptors (2-5)
10. Run & Shoot (2-6)
11. Space Jam (2-6)
12. Shawn Kemp's Kids (2-6)
13. MediaBrix (0-8)

Occidental Conference
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2. Shawty Likes The Way (7-1)
3. Gritty FOB City (6-2)
4. SK War Dog (5-3)
5. Rise (5-3)
6. We Dem Boyz (4-4)
7. Guard Me Maybe (4-4)
8. Ball So Hard (3-4)
9. Team JBH (3-5)
10. Dirk Knights (2-5)
11. Eballaz (2-5)
12. Japan United (2-5)
13. TAP NY (2-6)
14. Kung Fu Pandas (1-7)

Speedball
1. Ball So Hard (5-0)
2. MediaBrix (3-2)
3. NY Dynasty (3-2)
4. Thunder (2-3)
5. TAP NY (1-4)
6. B Team (1-4)
























 

2K10 WIN Top 10 Plays of Week 10FBNYC, 2.1.11
 
 

Featuring a gem from the one and only Bobbito Garcia... a cameo from Grant Hill and... the "Miracle of St. Miah." And, of course, the FAIL reel. We know its slick on the courts with that slush getting dragged in from outside but dang... protect those ankles! Robby Huang at it again.


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2K10 FALL Championship ResultsFBNYC, 1.31.11


Trillion leaves no doubt, they are champions

Club Trillion turns first half deficit into unexpected rout


2K10 FALL RED LEAGUE FINALS MVP

G | Kashem Miah (TRI) | 2nd Season
PPG
FG% 3FPG RPG APG SPG 
25.0^
.421
4.0^ 5.0 1.0 2.0*
*Team-high. ^Game-high.
(1) Fire Turtles
(5) Club Trillion NYC
55
72
Other Top Performers
Fire Turtles
Club Trillion
W. Lew
Pts: 20
Reb: 1
Ast: 1
Stl: 2
Blk: 0
Y. Yu
Pts: 15
Reb: 0
Ast: 3
Stl: 2
Blk: 0
J. Capili
Pts: 13

Reb: 3
Ast: 3
Stl: 5
Blk: 0
K. Coll
Pts: 10
Reb: 7
Ast: 2
Stl: 0
Blk: 2
Game Leaders
  TUR TRI
Points W. Lew 20
K. Miah 25
Rebounds M. Rios 7
K. Coll 7
Assists Capili/Cheung 3
[3 players] 3
Steals J. Capili 5
[3 players] 2
Blocks Cheung/Rios 2
K. Coll 2

INSIDE THE STATS

TRI (G) Kash Miah's 25 pts is a new playoff career-high despite his lowest ever shooting percentage (42%) in the post-season.

TUR (G) Wilson Lew's 20 pts tied a playoff career-high set against LIL in 2K10 SPR. (F) Joel Capili's 5 stls marks the 6th time in his career he has talied 4 or more steals.
MLK HS, NYC -- Captain (G) Wilson Lew and his Fire Turtles won't walk away without their share of regrets. They agreed to play with just six players on the roster, sacrificing to make the date. Not to mention one of their key guys, Most Outstanding Rookie (F) Will Cheung, was fighting a flu bug and barely functional before tip-off.

Club Trillion, on the other hand, has nothing to regret about this one as they showed up in full force with every last player on their eligible roster. Despite a shaky start in which they fell behind by 9 pts in the 1st half, they played the consummate championship game.

In an early shootout, TRI never lost composure and never quit. They adjusted at the half and limited the Turtles' high-powered offense to just 18 pts in the 2nd half. Lew and (F) Joel Capili were the only Turtles that reached double-digit scoring. Compare that with four players in double-digits for Trillion led by Championship MVP (G) Kash Miah, who essentially picked up the triple crown with the regular season MVP already in hand.

Miah was ably supported by two-time Sixth Man Award winner (F) Young Yu, who keyed the 4th qtr run that finally broke it open for TRI. Both (G) Drew Chen and (C) Kevin Coll also chipped in 10 pts each in solid efforts that embody the TRI approach to the game. Defense, hustle and find the open man on offense.

It's not that the Turtles didn't try to do the same. They did so quite well in the 1st half, dominating Trillion for most of 2 qtrs. But, they never could put them away, a testament to Trillion's resiliency. (G) Joe Chin started the game hot in the 1st qtr, hitting two 3FGs but disappeared for the rest of the game. Lew was dynamic on offense and put up another solid scoring output with a team-high 20 pts but tallied only 1 assist. Capili also rose to the occasion with a solid 13 pts and 5 stls in his usual outstanding defense but seemed to tire at the end. It was a running theme.

Turtles shooters were hot early on and built the early lead but it was Trillion's defense that wore them down in the 2nd half. Despite a heroic effort, Cheung never was never able to really get it going on offense. He certainly made his share of plays but was unable to dominate Trillion's front-court the way he had in their first meeting. But, with TRI's deep bench, it seemed like every time the Turtles turned around, there was a new, fresh defender on them. And as the Turtles tired and open shots became harder to find, Trillion kept coming and kept shooting. And, in the 2nd half, they just couldn't miss.

They overwhelm you with pressure on both sides of the ball. They defend you every play and push the ball out in transition after stops, force-feeding Miah, who has simply been lights out all season. Now every team in the league has eventually let the flood gates crack against Trillion. And every opponent has watched them break it wide open. It was an impressive run as few teams have been in sync like this. Club Trillion is your undisputed 2K10 FALL champion. -- Bill Wonton

Boxscore



2K10 FALL Spot Dessert Bar Championship PreviewFBNYC, 1.28.11

THE CHAMPIONSHIP
(1) Fire Turtles vs. (2) Club Trillion | Saturday (1/29) 5:00pm @ MLK HS

KEY PLAYERS
W. Lew
12.0 ppg
2.0 rpg
5.0 apg
1.0 spg
1.0 bpg

K. Miah
23.5 ppg
7.0 rpg
2.5 apg
1.0 spg
1.0 bpg
FIRE TURTLES SCOUTING REPORT: The Ninjas are back, this time as the Fire Turtles. But, captain (G) Wilson Lew, (G) Joe Chin (F) Joel Capili and (F) Mark Rios all remember what it was like to get blown out in the 2K10 SUM final. They aren't likely to let that happen again. Three big reasons are the addition of versatile (F) Will Cheung, the huge improvement in Chin and the resurgence of Lew to an MVP caliber floor leader. This team is deep, has plenty of firepower and very elusive. They're the favorites.

CLUB TRILLION SCOUTING REPORT
: Trillion has been solid all season. They scrap and fight for every win and even in every loss, they have the league's most prolific scorer on offense, (G) Kash Miah. All they have to do is get the ball and get it to Miah's capable hands. And, they do both very well. Trillion is hands-down the best defensive team in the league and probably the most physical as well. This is a classic match up of unstoppable force vs. immovable object.


X-FACTOR
:
The Turtles rely a lot on their perimeter shooting and when Joe Chin gets it going, he can be the most electric player on the floor. If he's hot, and spreading the floor, the Turtles will be tough to stop. With the Turtles high-octane offense, Miah might need a little support in the scoring dept. (G) Drew Chen can do just that. Few of the TUR guards can stay in front of him or body him up. TRI lost their first match-up with TUR without Chen in the line-up. -- Bill Wonton

Fire Turtles
GR GR Club Trillion NYC Match-Up
(G) Wilson Lew



A



B



(G) Danny Han



Trillion struggled in man last time these two teams met but Chen and Han weren't there. Still, if TRI goes zone, Lew will thrive. If not, Han will get a chance to harass the PG.
(G) Joe Chin



B+



A+



(G) Kash Miah



Probably the two best 3-pt shooters in the league right now, Chin and Miah will gun it every chance they get. But, Miah is the more polished scorer this season.
(F) Will Cheung



A



B+



(F) Drew Chen



Cheung is a game-changer, expect nothing else in this one. He simply dissected TRI's man defense. Chen is a veteran who will do whatever his team needs to win.
(F) Mark Rios



B+



B+



(F) Len Kamdang



Both Rios and Kamdang have had somewhat quiet seasons but both also do a lot of the dirty work that often gets overlooked. Expect both to contribute on both sides of the ball.
(C) Joel Capili



B+



B+



(C) Kevin Coll



Capili has focused more on D this season, which is fine, the former Wat Misaka winner is good at it. Coll is the Sam Lo reincarnate but bigger. Nobody works harder on the court.
BENCH
(G) Justin Chin
(G) Ant Lee
(F) Val Duval
(F) Ibu LeGrande
B+




B+




BENCH
(G) Brent Morita
(F) Myong Choi
(F) Young Yu
(C) Jae Ha Hwang

Both benches are very solid, TUR trots out a Danny Han-like defender in (G) Ant Lee who can make tough shots when needed. TRI has scorer (F) Young Yu (not quite 100%) and crafty vets coming off the pine.
PREDICTIONS: CHARLES BOK LEE KENNY "THE JET" LI
BILL WONTON
JEFF VAN GHANDI
Fire Turtles
65
56
61
57
Club Trillion NYC
61
50
58
58


2K10 FALL Most Valuable Player AwardsFBNYC, 1.27.11

2K10 FALL MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

G | Kash Miah (TRI)
Ht: 5-10 | Wt: 160 lbs
2nd season


It wasn't as pretty as the 2K10 SUM but considering defenses were keyed in on him all this season and he still led the league in ppg tells you a little something about his ability to score, and carry a team doing it. It was a unanimous pick.

Runners-Up: Jason Wu (TRI), Wilson Lew (TUR)

PPG  FG% 3FG% FT% RPG APG SPG
22.8*
.402
.372* .824* 4.0 1.2 2.0
*Top ten in league.  ^Leads league.
2K10 FALL Wat Misaka Award

F | Jason Wu (HYP)
Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 175 lbs
2nd season

Season Highlights
9.2 rpg, 3 spg, 1.5 bpg (all Top 5)

Wu did virtually everything for his team that you could ask for. Defensively, he was truly a beast that simply would not be denied. One of the league's best help defenders and even tougher in man-to-man.

Runner-Up: Shawn Delos Reyes (MNS)
2K10 FALL Most Outstanding Rookie

F | Will Cheung (TUR)
Ht: 5-10 | Wt: 165 lbs
Rookie

Season Highlights
15.1 ppg, 8.6 rpg, 1.6 bpg (all T10)

It shouldn't be that surprising, Cheung aka "Obi Wan" has been doing it for years in the parks of Chinatown. But, in his first season with FBNYC and back from a long layoff, Cheung quickly got his groove back. Dominant all season.

Runner-Up: Rowan Hardial (DBA)
2K10 FALL Sixth Man Award

F | Young Yu (TRI)
Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 210 lbs
9th season


From one time prolific starter to prolific Sixth Man, Yu has taken his scoring touch to the bench and made Trillion that much tougher to match-up with. He's gotten even better in the role.

Runner-Up: Alex Shu (GOD)

2K10 FALL Sam Lo Award

F | M. Hanne (GOD)
Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 165 lbs
1st season


GOD basically asked Hanne to play at every position and do everything imaginable on the court. And, he did it well. This is a new kind of Sam Lo winner, and he earned every bit of it.

Runner-Up: Kevin Coll (TRI)
2K10 FALL Most Improved

F | Wilson Lew (TUR)
Ht: 5-8 | Wt: 190 lbs
5th season


It's not that he was never this good, he was. But, the aging (G) had begun to fall back into the shadows until this season. He was a force on both offense and defense, an MVP hopeful.

Runner-Up: Joe Chin (TUR)


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