OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. Boomtown (7-2)
2
.
Fastbreak NYC (6-3)
3. Basketball Reasons (5-3)
4.
Monstars (5-3)
5. NYK Spartans (4-3)
6
.
MediaBrix (3-4)
7. Washington Bullets (1-6)
8. Singularity (0-7)

1st Division
1. Free Agents (2-0)
2. Adam D Gamblers (2-0)
3. Sexy Bears (1-0)
4. Doris From Rego Park (1-0)
5. NY Dynasty (1-1)
6. The Warriors (1-1)
7. Bloomberg (0-2)
8. Top Stars (0-2)
9. That 70's Team (0-2)

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

Occidental Conference
1. Sex Panthers (2-0)
2. Gritty FOB City (2-0)
3. Shawty Likes The Way (2-0)
4. Rise (2-0)
5. Team JBH (1-0)
6. Ball So Hard (1-1)
7. Guard Me Maybe (1-1)
8. Japan United (0-1)
9. Eballaz (0-1)
10. Dirk Knights (0-1)
11. Kung Fu Pandas (0-1)
12. TAP NY (0-1)
13. We Dem Boyz (0-2)
14. SK War Dog (0-2)























 

2K9 SUM Quarterly Power RankingsFBNYC, 8.11.09
Asphalt tops cream of the crop

As the regular season winds down, Asphalt is still best of the best

Just two weeks left in the regular season. Two weeks to lock up that playoff spot, two weeks to get that no. 1 seed and just two weeks to knock off the reigning no. 1 Asphalt Ninjas. Still head and shoulders above the next best contender winning by an average margin of 20 ppg, the Ninjas look like they could make it a clean sweep this regular season. But hey, you got playoff spots to worry about. -- K.J. Li
FBNYC 2K9 SUM Quarterly Power Rankings (Week 6)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
=


1.


ASN


(6-0)


Still no. 1 and was there any question. Head-to-toe legit, they don't have one weak link on the team. Could this be the "White" league's first flawless season?
+1


2.


PHB


(4-2)


Huts didn't look great without (C) Brian O'Neill but they didn't look bad either. Huts will easily make the playoffs but what then? Game vs. BPT might be a statement, proving at least whether they deserve no. 2.
-1



3.



BPT



(5-1)



Tigers continue to show great depth but now they'll have to go without star (G) Ace Watanasuparp (concussion) until the playoffs. (F) Mark Lee has shown he can certainly pick up the slack but (F) Robby Huang and (G) Aaron Hsieh will both soon be leaving, too.
=


4.


OTK


(4-2)


(F) Joe Kim and (G) Alex Cho are the best 1-2 punch in the league and (F) Phil Yoon and (C) Yoon Kang have been solid all season. Whether (G) Sol Choe returns may be the difference between good and great.
+1



5.



SLA



(3-3)



Slayers jump DSC because they manufacture wins. It isn't always pretty, in fact it rarely is, but they could just as easily be 5-1 as 3-3. Yu is struggling with no longer being the biggest man on the floor but it hasn't curbed his effort. (F) Drew Chen will be a big help down the stretch.
-1


6.


DSC


(2-4)


(G) Jason Chin is just what the doctor ordered. Gives them the playmaker they've been looking for and a streaky scorer from the perimeter. (F) Chris Youn can now be left to do the little things, where he's best.
=


7.


AUT


(2-4)


They've had the tools and now, most of them are starting to click. If (F) Rob Toste can just get them in the playoffs, he's shown the kind of determination and clutch play to achieve folk status in the post-season.
+2



8.



BRK



(2-4)



(C) Mike Song is quietly becoming a monster in the paint and (G) James Choi would be getting MVP consideration with a winning record. (G) Kenny Jang has been solid in their run. More consistency from the role players and the win streak will continue.
-1


9.


MCH


(1-5)


With the squad making few moves to upgrade this season, they need the core to be intact to compete. A game without (F) Pete Matthews results in their first blowout loss.
=


10.


PTA


(1-5)


Bad news for Poundtown, (F) Young Yu is out for the season. Now they'll have to find another way to manufacture points and based on their last two games, that won't be easy. Still, they're looking better, more fluid.
         

Observations... Hawaii... Hawaii... Wilson Lew, if he ever shows to another game is now AKA "Honda"... Hawaii... Toste's transition block and follow-up 3 was toasty... maybe best play of the season so far... best sequence though? ...stilll DSC-BRK's 10 combined and consecutive 3FGs... Hawaii... Hawaii... new nicknames of note... ASN (G) Owen Wang is "Old Man River"... PHB (F) Dave Liu is "The Worm"... SLA (G) Kirk Kim is (correction) "Captain" Kirk... and BPT (G) Aaron Hsieh is "Ram-Man"... Hawaii...


2K9 SUM Players of the Week (Wk 6)FBNYC, 8.10.09
Mike Song (BRK)
C | 6-0 | 240 lbs
Week 6 Stats
PPG: 17.0
RPG: 8.0
SPG: 2.0

The Broken Chairs have found a horse in "The Wrecking Ball" and the big fella's bruising play in the low-post is just what the doctor ordered. The perfect complement to (G) James Choi who incidentally, took the PoW just last week.

Runner-Up: Jason Chin (DSC) 14 pts, 5 rebs, 6 asts
Mark Lee (BPT)
F | 5-10 | 165 lbs
Week 6 Stats
PPG: 21.0
RPG: 4.0
SPG: 5.0

Yet another week that Lee has pushed his Tigers' squad to victory. The diminutive forward simply gets it done on both sides of the court using what seems to be an unparalleled explosiveness this season. Lee is on a tear.

Runner-Up: Ben Jurkiewicz (AUT) 17 pts, 8 rebs
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

John Lee (PHB) 5 rebs, 6 asts, 4 stls

Lee was everywhere in PHB's 1st game without (C) Brian O'Neill. His hustle on defense and dribble drives gave PHB plenty of chances to win.


Runner-Up: Danny Chin (ASN) 11 rebs, 3 stls, 1 blk
Defensive Player of the Week

Joe Capili (ASN) 3 rebs, 3 stls, 3 blks

Capili has been a regular here. His physical play, quick hands and timing for the shot make this undersized (C) a dominant defender.

Runner-Up: Mark Lee (BPT) 4 rebs 5 stls
The "High Five" Club

Joe Capili (ASN) 6-3-2-3-3
Dee Ranoe (MCH) 4-6-1-1-1
Malik Taylor (BRK) 7-11-1-2-1
Phil Yoon (OTK) 8-12-1-3-2
Jiang Yu (SLA) 11-13-2-1-2


Discorama Rookie of the Week

Ben Jurkiewicz (AUT) 17 pts, 8 rebs

Back-to-back for the "Big Jurk" with another solid 17 pts, 8 rebs and 2 blks. The rookie center is finding a real groove in the paint.

Runner-Up: Mike Song (PTA) 17 pts, 8 rebs, 2 blks
The "John Starks" Award

Chris Youn (DSC) | 2-12 FGs (.167)

"Juggs" didn't shoot well but good thing for the Disco Dogs he always seems to find another way to get it done. Dogs still won.

Dishon. Mention: M. Taylor (BRK) | 3-12 FGs (.250)

The "Chris Dudley" Award

Brian Fung (AUT) | 1-6 FTs (.167)

The "Mongoose" has had some FT shooting woes. But, Wednesday night he tried going bank. He made one. Back to the drawing board.

Dishon. Mention: J. Yu (SLA) | 3-8 FTs (.375)


2K9 SUM Week 6 RecapFBNYC, 8.7.09
2K9 SUM WEEK 6 RESULTS
Pizza Hut Buffet (4-2)
41
The Broken Chairs (2-4)
53
Player of the Game
Mike Song (BRK) 17 pts, 8 rebs, 2 stls
recap

OT Knights (4-2)
51
Asphalt Ninjas (6-0)
60
Player of the Game
Ian Yu (ASN) 14 pts, 8 reb, 3 ast, 3 stl
recap

Disco Dogs (2-4)
60
M.C.H. (1-5)
33
Player of the Game
Jason Chin (DSC) 14 pts, 5 rebs 6 asts
recap

Bulletproof Tigers (5-1)
 58
Poundtown All-Stars (1-5)
47
Player of the Game
Mark Lee (BPT) 21 pts, 4 rebs, 5 stls
recap

FBNYC Game of the Week

Following a transition block a la Tayshaun Prince on the streaking SLA (G) Kirk Kim, AUT (F) Rob Toste dials up the game-clinching 3FG in overtime in the ensuing break.
Autobots (2-4)
55
The Slayers (3-3)
48
Player of the Game
Ben Jurkiewicz (AUT) 17 pts, 8 rebs, 2 blks
recap


'Big Jurk' steady, Toste's heroics lift AUT over SLA


MLK HS, NYC -- Right off the bat, the Autobots deep front-court of bigs looked like a workable match-up against the Slayers and their veteran powerhouse (C) Jiang Yu. AUT (C) Ben Jurkiewicz had the beef to not only body up Yu on D but make him work to stop him on offense.

(C) Justin Roznowski provides the length to contest Yu in the paint and failing both, (F) Zach Kubin had the mobility to stay in front. Kubin, however, left the game early due to an arm injury (more...)
Week 6 League Highs... Points: Mark Lee (BPT) 21, Joe Kim (OTK) 20... 3FGs: Jason Chin (DSC) 4, Drew Chen (SLA) 3, Wai Ming Pun (ASN) 3, Owen Wang (ASN) 3... Rebounds: Yoon Kang (OTK) 14, Jiang Yu (SLA) 13... Assists: Alex Cho (OTK) 9, James Choi (BRK) 8... Steals: Mark Lee (BPT) 5, Chris Youn (DSC) 5, Dave Choi (PTA) 4, Jimmy Fang (PTA) 4, Brian Fung (AUT) 4, Joe Kim (OTK) 4, John Lee (PHB) 4... Blocks: Joe Capili (ASN) 3, Ray Wu (PHB) 3, Thomas Bello, Jr. (BPT) 2, Ben Jurkiewicz (AUT) 2, Phil Yoon (OTK) 2, Jiang Yu (SLA) 2
GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS


2K9 SUM Conference Players of the Month (July)FBNYC, 8.5.09
Occidental Conference Player of the Month (July)

C | Brian O'Neill (PHB) | 6-5, 225 lbs | Profile

The FBNYC "White" division has never seen so dominant a defensive presence as PHB (C) Brian O'Neill. 13 blks in one game is a record that won't soon be broken, unless by him. (July record: 4-1)

Runner-Up: Chris Youn (DSC) 17.8 ppg, 10.8 rpg, 4 apg
July statistics
GP
PPG  FG% FT% RPG
APG SPG BPG 
5
13.6*
.519
.500 13.8^ 3.2 2.4* 4.6^
*Top ten in league.  ^Leads league.
Oriental Conference Player of the Month (July)

G/F | Justin Kao (ASN) | 5-10, 155 lbs | Profile

The "Spider Monkey" was lights out all season long from every spot on the floor. It seemed like every time their opponents were looking to make a run, Kao squashed it with a big shot. (July record: 5-0)

Runner-Up: Joe Kim (OTK) 24.3 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 6.0 apg

July statistics
GP
PPG  FG% 3FG% RPG APG SPG BPG
4
22.8*
.667* .586^ 4.0 0.5 2.8* 0.5
*Top ten in league.  ^Leads league.
Player cards are awarded to all Conference Players of the Month.


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