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)






















 

2K8 SUM Top Plays of the Playoffs Week 1FBNYC, 10.2.08

"Bones" Yu gets the block party started with Alex "Buckle UR" Shu and "Sgt. Fury" doin' their thing. And you knew it was due, "Smooth Criminal" lights out! All-a-way out, like New York blackout out... so, nobody wants a JerseyRack lanyard anymore, huh? Well, name all the songs this week and get a free t-shirt... and a lanyard.  -- C. B. Lee


2K8 SUM Playoffs Round 2 PreviewFBNYC, 10.1.08

THE SEMIFINALS
(2) G.o.D. [7-3] vs. (5) The Average Joes [5-5]

Saturday (10/4) 2:00pm @ MLK HS

GOD (C) Alvin Wang and (F) Kaivan Khoshroo will be back for their semifinal match-up with TAJ, creating a considerable size advantage.
BOK LEE: Now that (C) Alvin Wang is back with the team and I've had a chance to see him in action I can basically say the Joes have no chance. It's a done deal. TAJ has got lots of heart, don't get me wrong but all the heart in the world can't get you up a waterslide in rollerblades. TAJ is drawing dead. I mean, no offense or nothing, I love watching these guys play, they feisty, they competitive but it's pretty much a done deal.

THE JET: I'm not gonna go that far but I will say GOD has a significant size advantage if (F) Kaivan Khoshroo actually shows up. The Joes, however, play small ball and make you have to match-up with them... if you let them. GOD did a great job of not allowing that to happen in their last regular season matchup. The truth is, if you ask GOD captain (G) Ren Hsieh, the Joes are the team he'd rather not play.

Nobody can be taken lightly in a single-elimination game, it just takes one guy to get it going and you never what might happen. Just look at BTP (G) Alex Cho's big game in Rd 1. You say it's done? I say that's just fuel for the fire.

BOK LEE'S REBUTTAL: Sure, look at Cho, he went off for career numbers but GOD still managed to contain him and win the game and TAJ doesn't have the Pats' athletic bigs. It's all about match-ups and they don't match up. Joes did a great job all season playing bigger than they are and they embarrassed a terrible Fan Death squad to get out of the 1st rd but it's time to pack it in.

X-FACTOR: (G) Dan Kim has been hot lately and picking up for a somewhat cooled off (G) James Lam. If he can keep it up along with his usually solid floor game, Joes will challenge. For all the skill players, GOD has, it's (F) Joe Ahn that will make the difference. His defense is the catalyst for the GOD transition game. Sure, Hsieh might win the league MVP, but ask anyone on GOD and they'll tell you Ahn is the team MVP. -- K.J. Li

G.o.D. GR GR The Avg Joes Advantage
(G) Ren Hsieh

A+

A

(G) James Lam

Both elite guards in the "B" but Hsieh gets slight edge for season-long hot streak.
(G) Nick Scuola

B-

B+

(G) Charles Lam

Significant adv. in speed and quickness for Lam but Scuola's experience and range even it up.
(F) Rob Chanth.

A+

A-

(G) Dan Kim

Kim is quietly a revelation but only Min Park is a  more aggressive scorer than "Black Rob."
(F) Joe Ahn

A

B

(F) Andy Kim

"Sexy Beast" has come on as of late but no one plays harder than Joe Ahn.
(C) Alvin Wang

B+

B-

(C) Mark Kiang

Kiang quiet all season but still plenty to offer, Wang is close to 100%, more than enough.
BENCH



B+



B



BENCH



If (F) Kaivan Khoshroo shows, GOD has depth in the front-court with (F) Johnny Lam. Joes have solid hustle forwards (F) Kane Kim and (F) Sung Choi who score unexpectedly.

BOK LEE'S LINE: GOD [-13] | THE JET'S LINE: GOD [-5]
(1) Reservoir Dogs [8-2] vs. (6) House of Pain [5-5]

Saturday (10/4) 1:00pm @ MLK HS

HOP may look ready to advance to their first Chip but are they ready for the Dogs?
BOK LEE: I know the Dogs have been favorites all season and I've been the one puttin' 'em there from the beginning but I gotta tell you I just see the House taking this one. 'Cause I've also been saying all season HOP was just biding their time for the post-season and come playoff time, they'd be ready. They're ready. In an upset 1st rd win over RTS, they were dominant and focused and they didn't even need (G) Kevin Park to go off.

THE JET: I like HOP, I like their chances but the Dogs just have too much firepower for me to go down that road. I definitely see what you're saying but HOP's defense is still questionable to me and I don't think they'll be able to stop (F) Min Park and (F) Chris Youn when they need to. And (C) Elbert Kwak is big body they can through at HOP (C) Jiang Yu and if that doesn't work, Youn has done a good enough job slowing Jiang in the past that I don't think the Dogs are concerned about the matchup.

BOK LEE'S REBUTTAL: Yea, but "Bones" turns it on when it's one and done time. He'll make RVD work on the boards. (G) Young Yu has been waiting for this all season and he looked a little more spry in Rd 1 than we seen him. HOP's ready to get it done. Bet.

X-FACTOR: (G) Henry Jun is easily the fastest player in the league and a one-man fastbreak but he'll need to contribute more on defense for the Dogs to be comfortable. If Jun does his usual work on offense--even with the occasional TO--but steps it up big on defense, no reason the Dogs can't win. For HOP, it will come down to (F) Victor Chia. When this one's over you can look at his production and see whether or not HOP won. He has size, athleticism and a knack for blocking shots on help side. They'll need him to bring it all to topple the Dogs. -- K.J. Li

Reservoir Dogs
GR GR House of Pain Advantage
(G) Henry Jun


B+


A-


(G) Young Yu


Jun brings game-changing speed but also TOs, Yu has slowed but also quietly put together a solid all-around season.
(G) Min Park

A+

A+

(G) Kevin Park

Park vs. Park will be a showdown to remember, which one plays better D may sway the game.
(F) Chris Youn

A+

C+

(F) Kyu Lee

Lee plays his role well but has not found the stroke this season. "Juggs" is "Juggs."
(F) Jae Won Joo

A

B

(F) Victor Chia

Big on hustle pts. Chia is a more refined scorer but Joo is impossible to keep off the boards.
(C) Elbert Kwak

B-

A-

(C) Jiang Yu

Kwak's not there to score but if he can slow "Bones" just enough, Dogs get the advantage.
BENCH



C+



C



BENCH



HOP has virtually no bench. (G) Jon Llave is solid, if unspectacular, but also mistake free. RVD subs don't look like much but consistently come up with at least one big play per game.

BOK LEE'S LINE: HOP [-2] | THE JET'S LINE: RVD [-3]


2K8 SUM All-Star StartersFBNYC, 9.30.08


C | Jiang Yu (HOP) Profile
6-4 | 235 lbs | 1st season
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
10
13.1
10.6* 1.5 0.7 2.0*
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

"Bones" was a little inconsistent in his first season in the "B" but he's caught on late. Yu was picked up for the Championship run and HOP is close.
C | Brian Strebel (FAD) Profile
6-3| 210 lbs | 2nd season
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
5
13.0
10.8* 2.2 1.2 2.8*
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

FAD was lucky to have "Mr. Fantastic" if only for 5 games. He was FAD's anchor and a quiet leader capable of dominating the paint on both sides.

F | Chris Youn (RVD) Profile
6-1 | 215 lbs | 4th season
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
6
15.8
10.7* 4.2* 3.2* 0.5
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

Even with some time on IR, everyone's FBNYC fantasy no. 1 put up monstrous numbers. This is Youn's 4th selection in 4 seasons.
F | Rich Chang (FAD) Profile
6-4 | 195 lbs | 6th season
GP
PPG FG% RPG APG BPG 
8
12.9
.525* 7.6 1.9 1.8*
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

A somewhat quiet season for Chang but a huge improvement from the 2K8 SPR debacle. Chang was at times unstoppable and then others...
F | Min Park (RVD) Profile
6-0 | 185 lbs | 3rd season
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
9
21.7*
6.8 2.1 2.4* 0.6
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

The prolific scorer finished with a career-best 21.7 ppg, 2.1 apg and 2.4 spg. Park's added veratility is a big reason RVD is the front-runner.
F | Rob Chanthavongsa (GOD) Profile
5-11 | 170 lbs | 2nd season
GP
PPG 3FG% RPG APG BPG 
10
19.7*
.359 8.6* 2.9 1.2
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

A starter for the 2nd season in a row, "Black Rob" is just getting better and better, even adding 3-pt range to his repertoire.

G | Kevin Park (HOP) Profile
5-10 | 160 lbs | 4th season
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
10
17.6*
5.0 3.4 2.0 0.1
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

You know what to expect with KP3 by now. Tough defense, an ability to single-handedly take over games and the knack for hitting the game-winner.
G | James Choi (FAD) Profile
5-7 | 150 lbs | 3rd season
GP
PPG FT% RPG APG SPG 
8
16.0*
.837* 2.9 4.6* 0.9
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

Despite their up and down season, FAD wouldn't have finished 2nd in the ORC without Choi's scoring punch. This is his 3rd All-Star selection.
G | Steven Chen (RTS) Profile
5-10 | 165 lbs | 2nd season
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
10
18.2*
6.5 3.3 3.1* 0.2
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

Perhaps the league's most improved and it's best defensive stopper, Chen proved to be a franchise player this season for mostly Chung-less RTS.
G | Ren Hsieh (GOD) Profile
5-9 | 160 lbs | 5th season
GP
PPG 3FG% FT% APG SPG 
9
28.6^
.455^ .882^ 5.9^ 2.7*
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

Leading the "B" in points, 3FG%, FT%, assists and Top 10 in FG% and steals, "the Commish" turned it on this season, leading GOD to the ORC Chip.
OCC ALL-STAR RESERVES

G Henry Jun (RVD)
G Alex Cho (BTP)
F Harris Chung (RTS)

Alternates: Dave Kim (BTP), Young Yu (HOP)
ORC ALL-STAR RESERVES

G James Lam (TAJ)
G Austin Han (BMS)
F James Chu (TSJ)


Alternates:
Alex Shu (BMS), Dan Kim (TAJ)
» » »  ALL-STAR GAME ELIGIBILITY  « « «

If you are participating in the All-Star Game, October 4th, 3:00pm @ MLK HS, you must RSVP. You must attend the game to receive your custom-knit jersey. If you do not RSVP, then your spot will be given to one of the alternates. Please RSVP ASAP to retain your spot. Thanks. -- FBNYC
FBNYC 2K8 SPR All-Star Game
3-POINT SHOOT-OUT PARTICIPANTS

1.) Ren Hsieh (GOD): Most 3FGs, 3FG% leader
2.) James Lam (TAJ): Top 5 3FGs, Top 5 3FG%
3.) Austin Han (BMS): Top 5 3FGs, Top 5 3FG%
4.) Alex Cho (BTP): Top 5 3FGs
5.) Johnny Lam (GOD): Top 5 3FGs
6.) Young Yu (HOP): Top 5 3FGs
7.) Harris Chung (RTS): Former champ
8.) Jon Cho (TSJ)

Please RSVP immediately. If you cannot make the shootout, we have replacements.

Alternates: Brian Sun (FAD), Kevin Park (HOP)
FBNYC 2K7 SPR All-Star Game
3-POINT SHOOT-OUT RULES

Each participant will have 1:00 minute to make as many 3FGs as possible from five spots on the floor. Shooters must attempt one shot from each spot once at a time and cannot repeat until all spots have been shot in one rotation.

Each participant may have (2) people of their choice rebound for them. Participants may bring their own basketball--only one is permitted during the shootout. The winner of each round will be determined in head-to-head matchups resembling a single-elimination playoff. Each make is worth (1) point.


2K8 SUM Players of the Week (Playoffs Week 1)FBNYC, 9.30.08
Chris Youn (RVD)
F | 6-1 | 215 lbs
Week 11 Stats
PPG: 19.0
RPG: 18.0
APG: 5.0

It was business as usual for front-running RVD as Youn's efforts helped the Dogs cruise past an exhausted BMS team just after an upset win in the play-in game. Dogs advance.

RU: A. Cho (BTP) 30 pts, 3 asts

Alex Shu (BMS)
F | 5-10 | 160 lbs
Week 11 Stats
PPG: 14.0
RPG: 10.5
SPG: 1.0

It took BMS 11 games to get their first win (an upset W over TSJ) and it wouldn't have been possible without Shu. His savvy scoring and unending hustle sent SoJu packing for 2K8 SUM.

RU: R. Chanth. (GOD) 21 pts
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Joe Ahn (GOD) 10 rebs, 3 stls, 1 blk

Whether on the offensive glass or racking up two game-clinching steals, Joe was like "Visa," everywhere you want him to be.

Runner-Up: B. Shim (BTP) 14 rebs
Defensive Player of the Week

Jiang Yu (HOP) 17 rebs, 5 blks

It should be no surprise "Bones" has been waiting for the playoffs to make his impact felt. RTS got a healthy dose of the biggest big in FB.

Runner-Up: J. Park (BTP) 4 stls
The "Norman Dale" Award

RVD (v. BMS) | .433 FG%, 60 pts, 55 reb, 13 ast

RU: BMS (v. TSJ) 55 pts, 35 rebs, 11 asts, 8 stls

Discorama Rookie of the Week

Alex Shu (BMS) 14 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 1 spg

Runner-up: D. Kim (TAJ) 15 pts, 8 rebs, 3 stls
The "John Starks" Award

James Chu (TSJ) | 2-14 FGs (.143)

Chu started this season as one of the league's most dynamic players but whether it's the rookie wall or an injury, TSJ is out of the post-season.

Runner-up: D. Hogwild (BMS) 2-12 FGs (.167)

The "Chris Dudley" Award

Jiang Yu (HOP) | 6-14 FTs (.429)

Well, no Dudley would be complete without Jiang somewhere in the mix. Good news is he made enough just FTs to push HOP over the top.

Runner-Up: S. Chen (RTS) 2-7 FTs (.286)


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