OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
N/A

1st Division

N/A

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1. No Fly Zone (4-1)
2. SK War Dog (4-1)

3
. Guard Me Maybe (3-1)
4. Thunder (3-2)

5. Gritty FOB City (2-3)

6. Tri-State InvAsian (2-3)

7. Shawty Likes the Way (1-3)
8. Space Jam (0-5)

Occidental Conference
1. MediaBrix (4-1)
2. Just Rise (4-1)
3. TAP NY (4-1)
4. Raptors (3-2)
5. NYC Gritty Committee (2-3)
6. Sex Panthers (2-3)
7. Japan United (1-4)

8. Goon Squad (0-5)


Speedball
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2K10 SPR Game of the Week (Wk 10)FBNYC, 3.26.10
Club Trillion NYC (5-2) vs. Money Shots (2-5) | Sunday (3/28) 1:15pm @ MLK HS

KEY PLAYERS
D. Chen
12.2 ppg
4.2 rpg
3.8 apg
2.8 bpg
L. Padilla
14.0 ppg
2.5 rpg
2.0 apg
3.3 spg
ANALYSIS: Unfortunately, in this the regular season's final week, there are no games with anything really at stake. But, if we had to suggest one game to watch, it would be this one. Trillion's no. 3 seed will depend on the outcome of AKN's game. If AKN were to lose, then CTR would have to win to retain the 3rd seed. MNS, on the other hand, is merely playing for post-season momentum. (F) Shawn Greenridge has given Money some hope, and some needed energy, now they need to keep the flow and get their shooters going to balance the floor.

X-FACTOR: CTR (G) Kirk Kim, (G) Brent Morita and (G) Drew Chen can dictate the game with their perimeter D but MNS doesn't go through it's guards. Still, it's CTR's trio that sets it all up. MNS (F) Rommel Reece is their catalyst. When outworking opponents and not stopping to complain every few seconds, he's the motor that drives Money.
-- Bill Wonton

Club Trillion NYC
GR GR Money Shots
Match-Up
(G) Kirk Kim



B+



B+



(G) Lester Padilla



Kim is a wily vet that has taken over games on D and surprisingly on offense this season. In spurts of course. Padilla has been MNS' most consistent player and best defender.
(G) Brent Morita



B



B-



(G) Joe Albano



Just as sneaky on D as Kim if not as strong, Morita is capable of making shots, he just hasn't done so often this season. Neither has Albano, though also very capable.
(F) Drew Chen



A



B



(G) Monty Tardio



Chen has been CTR's best all-around player and leader. They seem to go as he goes. Tardio has been streaky but if he can get it going, MNS has a chance.
(F) Myong Choi



B+



B+



(F) Shawn Greenridge



A very capable scorer, Choi is also a sneaky defender. Greenridge is MNS' new hope, like Luke Skywalker, he has the talent to lift MNS to a new level but is there enough time?
(C) Kevin Coll


A


B+


(C) Rommel Reece


Coll is like a Hungry Hungry Hippo, he just eats the pill off the boards. But, so is Reece, Hippo Lite. Should be interesting.
BENCH



B+



B-



BENCH



Yu has proven he can still fill it up for CTR but the bench doesn't go any further. MNS has some solid role players off the pine but none with Yu's potential to influence a game.

PREDICTIONS: CHARLES BOK LEE KENNY "THE JET" LI
"SCOOP" JACK SUN
STAN VAN GHANDI
Club Trillion NYC
63
55
58
58
Money Shots
55
49
56
50


2K10 SPR Power Rankings (Week 9)FBNYC, 3.25.10
Gritty clinches no. 1, Ninjas on the rise

Both NGC and AKN have found ways to continue winning despite significant injuries

This will be the last set of Power Rankings before the playoff preview coming after the Easter Break. There should be little argument here. The Gritty are the team to beat with the Ninjas and Trillion practically even. I have Lilliputians as the dark horse favorites but all that will be in the playoff preview. For now, peep the rankings. -- Kenny "The Jet" Li
FBNYC 2K10 SPR Power Rankings (Week 9)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
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1.


NGC


(6-1)


Last week's win over the Money Shots clinched their no. 1 seed in the post-season. Expect (F) Chris Youn and Co. to take some deserved time off before the playoffs begin. Gritty is your team to beat.
+2


2.


AKN


(5-2)


Ninjas are quietly climbing back into prominence and (C) Brian Villy Womack (17.2 ppg, 10.5 rpg) is the reason. No drop-off between him and the loss of (C) Pat Pilar. In fact, he brings some extra dimensions.
-1


3.


CTR


(5-2)


Trillion is steady, slight drop not indicative of any drop off in play, just attendance. CTR should be ready for the playoffs with (G) Drew Chen, having perhaps his best season ever, leading the way.
-1


4.


LIL


(5-2)


Lillies have been up and down since mid-season but they're on the rise again. (G) Ren Hsieh and (G) Zak Clark are showing signs of life now and (F) Kevin Kentish has been strong all season.
+2


5.


SXP


(3-5)


One team may actually finish with a better record but positives slightly outweigh the negatives. (G) Alex Cho still carries SXP but the improving play of (G) Austin Han and (G) Jeff Mijaro is encouraging and timely.
=


6.


DWL


(3-4)


The Legends are scrappy and don't quit, perfect for the playoffs. (F) Tom Bello, Jr., (F) Lijo Kochupaul and (G) Jeff Kim will have to really step up on offense for the DWL to advance.
+2


7.


MNS


(2-5)


The presence of (F) Shawn Greenridge puts MNS on the rise. They still need consistent shooting from (F) Monty Tardio and (G) Joe Albano but between Greenridge and (F) Rommel Reece, the frontcourt is solid.
-3


8.


TXT


(2-5)


TXT has been like Jekyll and Hyde but at least their performance vs. LIL was encouraging. It was an actual solid effort and who knows what might have happened if (G) Leuis Ng was healthy. They'll need him.
-1


9.


BTR


(1-6)


What the Rimmers will have to count on now is history to continue to repeat itself. A strong effort to finish out the season and then anything goes in the playoffs. They know better than anyone.

       

Observations... need up-to-the-minute updates on game times? "theFBNYCsnitch" on Twitter... follow... FBNYC Classic FBNYC Classic FBNYC Classic... May 22nd, it's set... Stay-Puft is back! ...now Mike Ha will be aka "the Salamander"... what's the "Messiah" doing on Easter? Sleeping... MVP candidates? Alex Cho, Chris Youn, Drew Chen, Kevin Kentish... Womack? ...no clear favorites, yet.


2K10 SPR Weekly Player Awards (Week 9)FBNYC, 3.24.10
Drew Chen (CTR)
G | 5-11 | 165 lbs
Week 9 Stats
PPG: 13.0
RPG: 6.0

APG: 10.0

This is really a culmination of how Chen has quietly led his team to be one of the league's best. Facing SXP, Chen dictated the game early on and racked up a career 10 asts for his first ever double-double, just 4 rebs shy of a triple.

Runner-Up: Kirk Kim (CTR) 14 pts, 5 asts, 4 stls
B. Womack (AKN)
F/C | 6-3 | 190 lbs
Week 9 Stats
PPG: 27.0
RPG: 13.0
BPG: 2.0

That's no typo, the man they call "Wojo" was 11-11 from the field and a FT shy of a perfect game. In other words he plain dominated BTR and made it all look too easy. If Pilar left big shoes to fill, Womack has filled them and then some.

Runner-Up: Ren Hsieh (LIL) 23 pts, 5 asts, 3 stls
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

K. Kentish (LIL) 13 rebs, 3 stl, 3 blk

It was either this or Defensive PoW, Kentish was everywhere LIL needed him to be to secure a W over this season's Mr. Hustle, TXT (F) Mike Ha.

Runner-Up: Jeff Mijaro (SXP) 13 rebs, 5 asts, 3 stls
Defensive Player of the Week

Joel Capili (AKN) 10 rebs, 4 stl, 4 blk

This should be no surprise, Capili can change a game on defense just as much as he can on offense. He did just that, never giving BTR a chance.

RU: Kevin Kentish (LIL) 13 rebs, 3 stls, 3 blks
The High-5 Club

Joel Capili (AKN) 17-10-3-4-4
Drew Chen (CTR) 13-6-10-1-1-1
Mike Ha (TXT) 6-10-8-2-1
Kevin Kentish (LIL) 16-13-1-3-3
Scott Linthorst (BTR) 11-3-3-2-1
David Schwarz (BTR) 15-8-2-1-1
Alex Shu (TXT) 18-7-3-3-1
Brian Villy Womack (AKN) 27-13-1-1-2
Discorama Rookie of the Week

J. Mijaro (SXP) 25 pts, 13 rebs, 5 ast

This makes back-to-back weeks for Mijaro which is a sign of good things to come. It's taken him awhile to get into the groove, but he's in it now.

Runner-Up: Tom Chu (TXT) 23 pts, 9 rebs, 6 asts
The "John Starks" Award

Joe Ahn (SXP) | 1-9 FGs (.111)

Say it ain't so, Joe. SXP definitely could have used a few more of these to fall. Hopefully, the veteran (F) will bounce back by the playoffs.

Dishonorable Mention: Jay Abalajou (AKN) 1-9 FTs

The "Chris Dudley" Award

Myong Choi (CTR) | 2-5 FTs (.400)

Choi is a career 70% FT shooter but a few more of these would have put the Panthers away a lot sooner than they did.

Dishonorable Mention: Kevin Kentish (LIL) 2-5 FTs


2K10 SPR Week 9 ResultsFBNYC, 3.23.10
2K10 SPR WEEK 9 RESULTS
Below the Rim (1-6)
58
Alpha Kenny Ninjas (5-2)
73
Player of the Game
B. Womack (AKN) 27 pts, 13 reb, 2 blk

recap


Sex Panthers (3-5)
61
Club Trillion NYC (5-2)
66
Players of the Game
Kirk Kim (CTR) 14 pts, 5 asts, 4 stls
Drew Chen (CTR) 13 pts, 6 rebs, 10 asts
recap


Lilliputians (5-2)
 74
TX Thunder (2-5)
65
Players of the Game
Ren Hsieh (LIL) 23 pts, 5 asts 3 stls
Zak Clark (LIL) 23 pts, 6 rebs, 3 stls
recap







FBNYC Game of the Week

With just 1:36 min remaining in the game and a 2-pt lead, LIL (G) Ren Hsieh hoists a deep 3FG at the shot-clock buzzer that falls through, effectively closing the door on the Thunder.
Lillies come back to win shootout

MLK HS, NYC -- Billed as a shoot-out in the Game of the Week breakdown, the Lillies and Thunder could hardly disappoint. This game had enough highlights to fill it's own Top 10 reel not to mention a few of the league's more disappointing performers in the past few weeks saw a little resurgence.

LIL (G) Ren Hsieh started a little rough around the edges with TXT (F) Alex Shu up to the task of guarding the former MVP in man. With 2 straight TOs early on, Shu was able to turn both into points in transition as TXT took the early 15-11 lead. LIL (G) Zak Clark, however, took up the slack scoring 15 of his 23 pts in the 1st half as LIL surged back in the 2nd qtr. (more...)
Week 9 League Highs... Points: Brian Villy Womack (QKN) 27, Jeff Mijaro (SXP) 25... 3FGs: Tom Chu (TXT) 6, Young Yu (CTR) 4... Rebounds: Kevin Coll (CTR) 14, Jeff Mijaro (SXP) 13, Brian Villy Womack (QKN) 13... Assists: Drew Chen (CTR) 10, Mike Ha (TXT) 8... Steals: Ant Lee (AKN) 5, Kirk Kim (CTR) 4... Blocks: Joel Capili (AKN) 4, Kevin Kentish (LIL) 3
GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS


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