OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS
1. Doris From Rego Park (4-0)
2. NY Dynasty (3-1)
3. The Agents (3-2)
4. Adam D Gamblers (3-2)
5. Sexy Bears (2-2)
6. The Warriors (2-2)
7. That 70's Team (1-3)
8. Bloomberg (1-4)
9. Top Stars (1-4)
1. No Fly Zone (5-1)
2. NYC Gritty Committee (5-1)
3. Tri-State InvAsian (4-2)
4. Honey Badgers (3-1)
5. Let It Fly (3-1)
6. Thunder Explosion (3-2)
7. The Lizards (3-2)
8. Shawn Kemp's Kids (2-2)
9. All White Everything (2-3)
10. Raptors (1-3)
11. Run & Shoot (1-4)
12. Space Jam (0-5)
13. MediaBrix (0-5)
1. Sex Panthers (4-0)
2. Gritty FOB City (4-0)
3. Rise (4-0)
4. Shawty Likes The Way (3-1)
5. We Dem Boyz (2-2)
6. Ball So Hard (2-2)
7. Guard Me Maybe (2-3)
8. SK War Dog (2-3)
9. Japan United (1-2)
10. Dirk Knights (1-2)
11. Team JBH (1-3)
12. Eballaz (1-3)
13. Kung Fu Pandas (1-3)
14. TAP NY (0-4)
1. MediaBrix (2-0)
2. Ball So Hard (2-0)
3. TAP NY (1-1)
4. NY Dynasty (0-2)
5. B Team (0-2)
|2K10 FALL Playoff Preview - Round I||FBNYC, 1.10.11|
(2) Club Trillion vs. (7) Team JBB | Tuesday (1/11) 10:00pm @ Chinatown YMCA
ANALYSIS: Trillion finished the season on a high-note by dismantling the upstart Game of Death and dispelling any misguided notions that they might take no. 2. And, they did this by doing what they do best. TRI will overwhelm you on defense, on the offensive boards and with (G) Kash Miah's offense. He's the RED league's Ray Allen. They'ae always looking for Miah and he's very good at finding open spots on the floor.
22.8 ppg 4.0 rpg
11.7 ppg 1.2 rpg
For JBB, they need to forget the regular season ever happened. As far as they're concerned, it's a whole new season. Everyone is 0-0. They will need to play near perfect on offense for a chance to beat Trillion and they'll have to outwork them on the boards, something JBB is capable of. They'll have to do without with the range of (F) Miguel Gaspar, however, out with an injury. (G) Sean McGann, though, has been hot as of late. If they can get him going, you never know.
|(G) Danny Han
||(G) Steve Gallagher
||If TRI goes small then Han will start and his singular goal is to harass opponents on D. Gallagher has been an able set-up man but needs to score to take advantage.
|(G) Kash Miah
||(G) Sean McGann
||You just can't lose track of Miah, as soon as you take a play off, he hurts you. He's got that kind of killer instinct. McGann has been hot lately, he can make a difference.
|(G) Drew Chen
||(G) John Minutaglio
||Back from injury, Chen has been up & down. If up, he's the slasher TRI needs to open up the floor. Minutaglio has been versatile, especially on D, but needs to score more.
|(F) Len Kamdang
||(F) Ron Charles
||Kamdang has quietly posted another solid season and does a bit of everything. He can dominate smaller defenders but Charles is not that. Charles' versatility will work here.
|(C) Kevin Coll
||(C) Glen Castergine
||Coll is the inspirational leader of this team. He plays every game as if it's his last and TRI feeds off that effort. Castergine is big and physical, a good match-up.
(G) Brent Morita
(F) Myong Choi
(F) Young Yu
(C) Jae Ha Hwang
(G) Brian Gallagher
(C) Joe Thompson
|With TRI scorer Yu ostensibly out for the playoffs, Morita, Choi and Hwang will have to put up quality min. Something the vets are more than capable of. Brian Gallagher and Thompson will be called upon for the same.
||CHARLES BOK LEE
||KENNY "THE JET" LI
||JEFF VAN GHANDI
|(2) Club Trillion
|(7) Team JBB
(4) Money Shots vs. (5) Hypebeasts | Tuesday (1/11) 9:00pm @ Chinatown YMCA
ANALYSIS: The Hypebeasts have not been a model of consistency this season but when they're good, they're good. The playoffs is essentially a whole new season and they have a chance now to string some solid wins together and live up to their pre-season no. 1 ranking.
14.0 ppg 5.0 rpg
They'll need (G) Ian Yu to lead the way. His ability to get to the rim will be key against MNS' thin backcourt. (C) Howie Chu should also get involved early with prior success against MNS. MVP candidate (F) Jason Wu is the closer. The more he can dominate on D, the better.
Money's playoff hopes rest on the health of (G) Shawn Delos Reyes, who tweaked his back last week. (F) Anthony Fonseca is tough as they come but without Reyes, MNS loses their best slasher and defensive stopper. If he's out, everyone else will need to step up. --Jeff Van Ghandi
|(G) Shaun Gonzales
||(G) Ian Yu
||Gonzales is a wily vet who may be aging but still has some tricks up his sleeve. Yu, the former MVP has struggled a bit this season but is still a very tough match-up.
|(G) Shawn Delos Reyes
||(G) Leon Chu
||Reyes is an MVP candidate in virtually every league he plays, he can dominate on both sides of the ball. Chu has been quiet but is still a steady set-up man and defender.
|(G) Anthony Fonseca
||(F) Jason Wu
||The rookie Fonseca is a versatile (F) with (G) skills and range. If he gets hot, MNS will be tough to beat. The same goes for Wu and he can dominate on defense, too.
|(F) Rommel Reece
||(F) Dave Liu
||Quietly, Reece has been a glue guy on this team all season. His rebounding and deft passing have been big. Liu has been quiet but is very capable of a breakout game.
|(C) Will Rodriguez
||(C) Howie Chu
||So far, rookie Rodriguez has shown signs of an ability to dominate in the paint. He just needs some consistency. Chu is already looking like his old self again.
(G) Eric Tuy
(G) Gary Wang
(F) Mark Concepcion
(G) Kyle Lew
(F) Tim Chin
(F) Jeffrey Lam
|MNS' role players are solid but they're also undersized. The versatility of starters makes up for it. Lew, Chin and Lam could all start for HYP if needed. Look for all three to be a major impact in this game.
||CHARLES BOK LEE
||KENNY "THE JET" LI
||JEFF VAN GHANDI
|(4) Money Shots
|2K10 FALL Week 10 Players of the Week||FBNYC, 1.9.11|
|Kash Miah (TRI)
G | 5-10 | 165 lbs
Week 9 Stats
Miah, "the easiest assist in the league," wrapped up his second straight scoring title with 30 pts against a GOD team trying to wrestle no. 2 out of TRI hands. Miah's work on both sides of the ball made sure GOD failed without question.
Runner-Up: Shawn Delos Reyes (MNS) 17 pts, 6 reb
|Will Cheung (TUR)
F | 6-2 | 180 lbs
Week 10 Stats
The rookie Cheung found his groove at just the right time. With teams adjusting to (G) Wilson Lew and (G) Joe Chin's outside shooting, Cheung has been able to dominate with his versatile game posting up and off the bounce.
Runner-Up: K. Brandon (DBA) 18 pts, 5 rebs, 4 stls
|The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers
Kevin Coll (TRI) 8 pts, 11 rebs
Runner-Up: Danny Han (TRI) 6 rebs, 6 asts, 4 stls
Coll epitomizes the Trillion approach to the game. Just outwork the other team. he throws his body around with anyone, best to get out of the way.
|Defensive Player of the Week
Wilson Lew (TUR) 5 stls, 1 blk
It's weird to say it but Lew was the best defender in the RED this week. He'll never be dominant on D but he used savvy play to give MNS fits.
Runner-Up: Rowan Hardial (DBA) 9 rebs, 5 blks
|The High-5 Club
RJ Charles (JBB) 14-5-1-2-2
Steve Gallagher (JBB) 13-9-4-1-1
Mamadou Hanne (GOD) 14-5-1-2-2
Rowan Hardial (DBA) 12-9-5-1-5
Wilson Lew (TUR) 15-1-5-5-1
Akin Moses (DBA) 7-11-7-1-1
|Discorama Rookie of the Week
Anthony Fonseca (MNS) 23 pts, 5 reb
The rookie has shown the ability to single-handedly carry his team for stretches. He helped keep the game respectable vs. TUR.
RU: Rowan Hardial (DBA) 12 pts, 9 rebs, 5 blks
|The "John Starks" Award
Rob Toste (GOD) | 2-10 FGs (.200)
Toste had been solid all season but it seems the winter layoff did not do him any favors. A few of the misses were actually point-blank layups.
Dishonorable Mention: J. Thompson (JBB) 2-10 FGs
|The "Chris Dudley" Award
M. Hanne (GOD) | 3-8 FTs (.375)
Hanne was solid but the jumper and the FTs just weren't falling. Probably a result of having to defend bigger players all game.
Dishonorable Mention: Will Rodriguez (MNS) 3-6 FTs
|2K10 FALL Week 10 Results||FBNYC, 1.5.11|
2K10 FALL WEEK 10 RESULTS
|DB Airballers (2-6)
|Team JBB (0-8)
|Player of the Game
Kavan Brandon (DBA) 18 pts, 5 reb, 4 stl
|Money Shots (4-3)
|Player of the Game
Shawn Delos Reyes (MNS) 17 pts, 6 rebs
|Money Shots (4-4)
|Fire Turtles (7-1)
|Player of the Game
Will Cheung (TUR) 20 pts, 9 rebs, 1 blk
|Club Trillion (6-2)
|Player of the Game
Kash Miah (TRI) 30 pts, 4 rebs, 2 stls
|JBB (G) Vin Burns converts a tough up and under in the paint with DBA (F) Akin Moses' help defense slightly late on the play.
Short-handed Airballers finish strong
MLK HS, NYC -- This was JBB's last chance to avoid becoming the first team in 4 years to finish without a win in the RED league. It was also the DB Airballers shot to finish better than last place for the first time since joining the league in 2K10 SUM. Both teams were short-handed, playing with subs that made a considerable impact on the game. Read more >>
|GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS
|2K10 FALL Power Rankings (Week 9)||FBNYC, 1.3.11|
Turtles retain no. 1 spot
Little movement in the power rankings in three weeks
The Fire Turtles vs. Club Trillion was everything it was billed to be. A game that came down to the last possession, it could have easily have been Trillion with the outright no. 1 spot. Now, G.o.D. is looking like they have it figured out. I'm not sure if I believe they are a contender yet but more importantly for them, it looks like they do. They even have an outside shot of pulling the no. 1 seed with their earlier win over TUR if they can beat Trillion and if somehow the Turtles lose to the Money Shots. -- The Jet
|FASTBREAK NYC 2K10 FALL Power Rankings (Week 9)
||With this team it's pick your poison. Play zone and (G) Wilson Lew will pick you apart, play man and they have one-on-one guys. It looks like (F) Will Cheung is poised to dominate the playoffs. Even without (G) Joe Chin in the line-up, (G) Justin Chin has been a strong replacement and perhaps a better defender.
||Not 100% sold on this relatively young team but if (F) Danny Lee is a permanent addition he certainly gives them plenty of depth. Regardless, it finally looks like (G) Ren Hsieh, (G) Kunga Nyima and (F) Mamadou Hanne are starting to click. And, all the pieces are filling in. Even (F) Min Park looks settled in as the team's 4th qtr closer.
||Trillion loses their no. 2 ranking only due to a lack of roster consistency and with (G) Drew Chen still out of the line-up. When he's back and if he is healthy, they're still one of two legit contenders with the Turtles. TRI is about ready to win one already.
||The Hypebeasts are still floundering in inconsistency. At times, they look almost unbeatable and then other times, not so much. They have a lot of talent in (F) Jason Wu, (G) Ian Yu and (C) Howie Chu. Even their high energy guys bring plenty of athleticism. They just don't always use it. (F) Tim Chen will be key down the stretch as perhaps HYP's best shooter.
||You still just never know what you're gonna get with MNS. Regardless, (F) Shawn Delos Reyes looks recovered from ankle surgery and an MVP candidate again. If they can ever get (F) Anthony Fonseca back, they have something with (C) Will Rodriguez in the middle. (F) Rommel Reece has been a quiet gamer, solid every outing.
||They've improved with every game and with that their confidence. They play with attitude and the idea that they should win. (F) Rowan Hardial is getting his bearings and maybe (G) John Campo, too. Both will be key to any upset chances DBA might be hoping for in the playoffs.
||What can you say about JBB? Sometimes, it just becomes one of those seasons that nothing you do quite goes the right way. Do you shelve the season? Not here, everyone makes the playoffs. JBB can still surprise any team. They can start by finishing the season with a win.
|Observations... this season we'll be adding a new wrinkle, the WHITE league champ will become the 8th seed in the RED league playoffs... best shooter right now? Kash might be the most dangerous but Justin Chin, Young Yu and Wilson Lew have something to say about that... Len Kamdang is and has been AKA "Dunkin' Donuts"... Will Cheung will now be AKA "Obi Wan"... guess who's Yoda?
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