OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

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

1st Division
1. Doris From Rego Park (5-2)
2
. Bloomberg (5-2)
3. Warriors (4-3)
4. That 70s Team (4-3)
5
. NY Dynasty (4-3)
6. Shhmurda Team (3-4)
7
. Sexy Bears (3-4)
8. Top Stars (0-7)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1.
Let It Fly (6-1)
2. Tri-State InvAsian (5-2)
3. Gritty Committee (4-3)
4
. Thunder Dragons (4-3)
5. Raptors (4-3)
6
. No Fly Zone (4-3)

7. Guard Me Maybe (3-4)
8
. All White Everything (3-4)
9
. MediaBrix (2-5)
10. Ball So Hard (1-6)

Occidental Conference
1. TAP NY (5-2)
2
. W
e Dem Boyz (5-2)
3. Kung Fu Pandas (5-2)
4. SK War Dog (4-3)
5. Gritty FOB City (4-3)
6. Sex Panthers (3-4)
7. Team JBH (3-4)
8. Japan United (3-4)
9
. Dirk Knights (2-5)
10. Big Red Balls (0-7)

Speedball
1. NY Dynasty (7-1)
2. Free Agents (6-2)
3
. Spa Ramen 2.0 (5-3)
4. B Team (3-5)
5. TAP NY (1-6)
6. NY Titans (1-6)






















 

2K9 SUM Week 3 RecapFBNYC, 7.21.09
2K9 SUM WEEK 3 RESULTS
Pizza Hut Buffet (2-1)
60
Asphalt Ninjas (2-0)
75
Player of the Game
Justin Kao (ASN) 20 pts, 3 rebs, 2 stls
recap

Disco Dogs (1-2)
45
Asphalt Ninjas (3-0)
79
Player of the Game
Justin Kao (ASN) 20 pts, 5 rebs, 2 blks
recap

M.C.H. (1-2)
55
Autobots (1-2)
65
Player of the Game
Rob Toste (AUT) 21 pts, 4 rebs, 4 asts
recap

Bulletproof Tigers (3-0)
(OT) 65
The Broken Chairs (0-2)
63
Player of the Game
Mark Lee (BPT) 18 pts, 6 asts, 5 stls
recap

OT Knights (2-1)
51
Poundtown All-Stars (0-3)
43
Player of the Game
Alex Cho (OTK) 18 pts, 5 rebs, 4 asts
recap

 
FBNYC Game of the Week

Fans and Tigers look on as (G) Aaron Hsieh steps to the line for two crucial free throws in BPT's thrilling comeback win in OT.
Lee's huge 4th saves Tigers in one of FBNYC's finest

Chinatown, NYC -- It finished as one of the best games the "White" league has ever seen but it certainly didn't start off that way. Captain (G) Andrew Kang's BRK team, coming of a tough loss last week SLA, looked to start Week 2 on the right track. And, right on cue, the Broken Chairs came in and dominated the 1st half. It didn't hurt that (G) James Choi had returned to form.


Though the Tigers stayed close in the 1st, BPT's offense looked out of sync (more...)
Week 3 League Highs... Points: Allan Fajardo (MCH) 22, James Choi (BRK), Rob Toste (AUT) 21... 3FGs: James Choi (BRK) 4, Justin Kao (ASN) 4, [5 players] 3... Rebounds: Brian O'Neill (PHB) 19, Grant Shap (PTA) 12... Assists: Pete Matthews (MCH) 7, Mark Lee (BPT) 6, Wilson Lew (ASN) 6... Steals: Mark Lee (BPT) 5, [5 players] 4... Blocks: Joe Capili (ASN) 4, Austen Park (DSC) 4, Thomas Bello, Jr. (BPT) 3, Brian O'Neill (PHB) 3, Grant Shap (PTA) 3
GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS


2K9 SUM Top Plays of Week 2FBNYC, 7.17.09
   
 
 
No lie, we've fallen behind with all things FBNYC with the Pan Asian American Games going on this weekend. For now, we leave you with Week 2 highlights to tide you over.

Taiwanese food truck NYC Cravings will be parked outside MLK HS, 11:30am Saturday. Get your fried pork chop on!-- FBNYC

Saturday and Sunday all day! Come through and check out the P.A.A.G. 20%-25% off to all fans of the P.A.A.G. at participating restaurants.


2K9 SUM Quarterly Power RankingsFBNYC, 7.15.09
Early season powerhouses begin to emerge

In league's most competitive season, Tigers and Huts pull ahead

After two weeks, it's time for a newly reconstituted quarterly report. This is not your usual FBNYC "White" league. The summer league will always be tougher than the rest. Lots of great, new players. And, some solid new teams. If it's parity you want, parity you got. At this point in the season, everybody's still in it to win it! -- Kenny "the Jet" Li
FBNYC 2K9 SUM Quarterly Power Rankings (Week 2)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
N/A


1.


BPT


(2-0)


With (G) Ace Watanasuparp leading the way, (C) Rich Chang in the paint, versatile (F) Mark Lee on the wing and a host of impact role players, the Tigers are the most athletic and balanced team in the league.
N/A


2.


PHB


(2-0)


PHB (C) Brian O'Neill has the former SCM playing on another level. A sure sign of a good player. With O'Neill in the paint, PHB's offense is that much more confident and their defense that much more opportunistic.
N/A


3.


ASN


(1-0)


They've only played one game but it was one hell of a game. 86 pts is a "White" league all-time record. Every player on this team can handle, shoot and pass. Maybe the most talented team in the league.
N/A


4.


DSC


(1-1)


Even though they looked slow in Week 2 against BPT, this is a team that will make its noise in the playoffs with its size. (F) Chris Youn has been there and done all of that. He'll have his team ready to compete.
N/A


5.


SLA


(1-1)


Like another famous big man, SLA (C) Jiang Yu likes to save it up for the playoffs. (G) Dave Lee, (G) Kirk Kim and (F) Myong Choi have been big in his hibernation period. The addition of (F) John Chung is huge.
N/A

6.

OTK

(1-1)

They have all the tools, two dynamic ball-handlers and two solid bigs. It's depth they lack. But, despite a tough loss from ASN, they'll be around.
N/A


7.


MCH


(1-1)


MCH is back to underdog status, where they thrive. (G) Paul Shen and the gang prove once again that even without a stacked roster, their effort and sheer will is enough to give themselves a chance to win.
N/A


8.


AUT


(0-2)


Two tough losses for an otherwise talented team. With (F) Rob Toste's ability to hit big shots, they could surprise some teams in the playoffs. But they'll have to get there first.
N/A

9.

BRK

(0-1)

Tough to call after one game. (G) James Choi will have to play big and he's very capable. (F) David Bang and (F) Malik Taylor should impact.
N/A

10.

PTA

(0-2)

All-Stars are struggling to find an identity right now but a couple of new additions should help.
         

Observations... hurts us to say this... but not enough to not repeat it... Chucky Award this week went to James "Chump" Choi for 2-13 FGs (.154)... we've seen a lot of "Chump"... but never like that... whew...  that's not $20 chinese food... Kenneth Van will now be known as "the Guns of Navarone"... the overall team speed of the Asphalt Ninjas looks very intimidating... very intimidating...


2K9 SUM Players of the Week (Wk 2)FBNYC, 7.13.09
Dave Lee (SLA)
G | 5-8 | 160 lbs
Week 2 Stats
PPG: 15.0
3FGs: 5.0
RPG: 6.0

Lee almost single-handedly put his SLA team in position to win with 3 straight 3FGs early in the 4th to blow open a 38-33 game into a 14-pt lead. The Slayers never looked back. Mazel tov! "Kung Fu Panda" gets married this Friday.

Runner-Up: John Chung (SLA) 19 pts, 8 rebs, 2 blks
Paul Shen (MCH)
G | 5-6 | 140 lbs
Week 2 Stats
PPG: 23.0
RPG: 3.0
APG: 4.0

It's no secret when Shen has it going, he always gives MCH a chance to win. PTA had little answer for the diminutive guard who found ways to score in the paint, from the perimeter and at the FT line. All in effort to secure MCH's first win.

Runner-Up: Joe Kim (OTK) 26 pts, 8 rebs, 6 asts
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Thomas Bello, Jr. (BPT) 10 reb, 2 blk

Bello, Jr. was integral in maintaining the Tigers' lead over DSC. Every time the Dogs made a run, he found a way to score on the off. boards.


Runner-Up: John Chung (SLA) 8 rebs, 2 blks
Defensive Player of the Week

Brian O'Neill (PHB) 3 stls, 4 blks

O'Neill continues to change the game on the defensive end. FBNYC has never had a player with his combo of size strength and athleticism.

Runner-Up: Justin Roznowski (AUT) 11 rebs, 3 blks
The "Mr. Versatility" Award

Alex Cho (OTK) 20 pts, 4 3FGs, 4 asts, 4 stls

RU: Brian O'Neill (PHB) 10 pts, 10 reb, 5 ast, 4 blk
Discorama Rookie of the Week

Brian O'Neill (PHB) 10 pts, 10 reb, 5 ast, 4 blk

Runner-Up: Joe Capili (ASN) 13 pts, 4 rebs, 3 stls
The "John Starks" Award

James Choi (BRK) | 2-13 FGs (.154)

"Chump" has definitely seen better days and it should go without saying BRK goes as he goes. Don't expect too many like this.

Runner-Up: Kyu Lee (PTA) 1-9 FGs | (.111)

The "Chris Dudley" Award

Ren Hsieh (BPT) | 1-4 FTs (.250)

Hsieh has not shot well from the line since returning from knee surgery. So bad, teams are trying to foul him late in games.

Runner-up: Jiang Yu (SLA) 1-4 FTs | (.250)


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WINTER 2015 SEASON
INTERESTED TEAMS
1ST DIVISION

Adam D Gamblers*
Basketball Reasons
Bloomberg
Doris From Rego Park*
iVentureCap
NY Dynasty*
Sexy Bears
Shhmurda Team
Team Derrick Brown*
That 70's Team*
Top Stars
Warriors*

*Confirmed
2ND DIVISION

ORC - Upper Level
- All White Everything*
- Guard Me Maybe
- Let It Fly*
- MediaBrix*
- No Fly Zone*
- NYC Gritty Committee*
- Raptors
- Run & Shoot*
- Team Henry Quach
- Team Joe Zenz
- Team James Alexander
- Team Jin Bae Kim
- Team Menon
- Team Willy Wonka
- Thunder*
- Tri-State InvAsian*

OCC - Lower Level
- Ball So Hard*
- Big Red Balls
- Dirk Knights*
- Gritty FOB City*
- Hot Pot*
- Kung Fu Pandas*
- Japan United*
- Sex Panthers*
- Shawty Likes The Way
- SK War Dog*
- TAP NY*
- Team JBH*
- We Dem Boyz*

*Confirmed
SPEEDBALL 4-ON-4

- B Team*
- Free Agents
- NY Dynasty*
- NY Titans
- Sex Panthers
- TAP NY*
- Thunder

*Confirmed







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