OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. MediaBrix (5-1)
2. Dribbling Seamen (4-2)
3. Team AXA (4-2)
4. Basketball Reasons (3-3)
5. Goat Herders (3-3)
6. Fastbreak NYC (3-3)
7. The Monstars (3-3)
8. Renegades (3-3)
9. Top Stars (3-4)
10. Free Agents (0-7)

1st Division
1. Rockstars (5-1)
2. NYC Gritty Committee (5-1)
3. iVentureCap (4-2)
4. Sexy Bears (4-2)
5. That 70s Team (4-2)
6. Renaissance Men (4-2)
7. Dem Boyz (1-5)
8. Warriors (1-6)
9. NYCE (0-7)

2nd Division
1. Sex Panthers (5-1)
2. TAP NY (5-1)
3. SK War Dog (5-1)
4. Raptors (4-2)
5. That 70s Team (3-3)
6. Spaghetti Ramen (2-4)
7. NYC Gritty Committee (2-4)
8. Ball Handles (2-5)
9. Running Suckers (0-7)























 

2K8 SUM Top Plays of Week 5FBNYC, 8.15.08

I don't even need to describe this it's that good. And if you can name the song artist and title, you get a free prize. -- C. B. Lee


2K8 SUM Week 5 Power RankingsFBNYC, 8.12.08
Defense still gets it done

Even with scoring at record pace, it's the best defenses that are winning the most games

The Average Joes and RTS are the biggest surprises so far this season. Then again, so is Bomb Squad at 0-4. But in a season that's seen more 25+ point scorers than almost all previous seasons combined, it's defense that's getting it done for TAJ and RTS, not to mention, the Dogs. Joes are the only team this season to hold G.o.D. scorers to less than 25 pts in one game. RTS, TAJ and RVD are all giving up the fewest points in the league. Less than 50. That's defense. Peep the rankings! -- Charles Bok Lee
FBNYC 2K8 SUM Power Rankings - Week 5 (08.09.08)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
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1.
RVD
(4-0)
(F) Min "Iceman" Park for MVP. Somehow, the Dogs can't lose.
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2.


TAJ


(4-1)


Joes' one loss came on a game they didn't expect to have to finish from Week 1. They should have won it but Sgt. Fury happened. Regardless, with all that shooting, they're looking tough to beat.
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3.


GOD


(3-2)


Big wheel keeps on rolling, Proud Mary keeps burning... rollin'... rollin'... If (G) Ren Hsieh and (F) Rob Chanthavongsa are in town, it's an unstoppable force. But I hear Rob won't be in town this Saturday...
+2


4.


RTS


(3-2)


RTS (G) Stephen Chen is a machine. They're a Chen technical foul from being 4-1. RTS plays gritty defense, team offense and always keeps it close. Chen is the closer.
+2


5.


FAD


(2-2)


Twin towers looked good even without (G) James Choi calling the shots. Rookie (G) Kyo Takase will be huge if he's as good a shooter as he looked Saturday. And if he's actually on the permanent roster.
-2

6.

HOP

(2-3)

Good offense but not good enough to finish out games apparently. House might have to start playing D now. Eyes on the prize.
-2


7.


TSJ


(2-3)


The bottom's falling out for SoJu. A win against a short-handed GOD squad this Saturday might be the cure. Then again, they've been short-handed for the past two weeks, too.
+1


8.


BTP


(1-4)


Pats played the Dogs well in the first half but couldn't keep it together in the 2nd half when they couldn't hit the broadside of a barn. (G) Alex Cho still needs help on offense. Is it coming?
-1




9.




BMS




(0-4)




Bombers finally got blown out and without versatile front-court men (F) Jeff Moy and (F) Noh Joon Choo in the line-up, they didn't look good at all. But most teams wouldn't without their best bigs. (C) Rich Hyun and rookie (F) Alex Shu stepped in ably but couldn't provide the offense. When's BMS gonna get it together? Time's running out.
         

Observations... Min Park is Iceman, Henry Jun is Hollywood... Rob Chanthavongsa is Maverick, Johnny Lam is Goose... Elbert Kwak is the Golem... Mid-Season Awards... MVP: Min Park... Def. MVP: Stephen Chen... Most Improved: Johnny Lam... Sixth Man: nothing yet, both front-runners (Joe Ahn and Alex Shu) might be starters now if their players stop showing up... Outstanding Rookie: James Chu
 

2K8 SUM Players of the Week (Wk 5)FBNYC, 8.12.08
Stephen Chen (RTS)
G | 5-10 | 165 lbs
Week 5 Stats
PPG: 30.0
APG: 4.0
SPG: 5.0

Second time this season Chen has picked up PoW. He's pretty much keeping RTS above water right now until (F) Harris Chung decides to return. How good will they be then?

RU: K. Park (HOP) 32 pts, 6 rebs

Rob Chanth. (GOD)
F | 5-11 | 170 lbs
Week 5 Stats
PPG: 26.0
RPG: 9.0
APG: 3.0

It's "Black Rob" once again also for the 2nd time this season. With the Commish at point, they're looking like Stockton and Malone right now... well, maybe Deron and Booze.

RU: R. Chang (FAD) 25 pts, 2 blks
The "Larry Flynt" Award

Alex Shu (BMS) 6 pts, 11 rebs, 1 blk

Shu was all over the place vs. GOD, picking up 7 offensive boards out of his 11 total rebs. Too bad he couldn't convert them into more points.

Runner-up: R. Hyun (BMS) 12 pts, 13 rebs, 5 blks
Defensive Player of the Week

Rich Hyun (BMS) 13 rebs, 5 blks

They kept bringing it in and Hyun kept sending it right back out. "The Project" keeps looking better on D, which should be good news for INI.

Runner-up: Stephen Chen (RTS) 5 stls
The "Norman Dale" Award

FAD (v. HOP) | 65 pts, .548 FG%, 13 asts

RU: GOD (v. BMS) 68 pts, .466 FG%, 22 asts
Discorama Rookie of the Week

Kyo Takase (FAD) 16 pts, 4 3FGs, 3 rebs, 1 stl

Runner-up: E. Kwak (RVD) 13 pts, 13 rebs, 3 blks
The "John Starks" Award

Alex Cho (BTP) | 4-16 FGs (.250)

It's no secret that the Pats will go as far as Cho is going to take them. The pressure might be adding up as Cho is really struggling now.

Runner-up:
James Chu (TSJ) 4-14 FGs (.286)
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Min Park (RVD) | 9-18 FTs (.500)

Good thing they won (and on Park's FTs no less) but his earlier misses made it a lot closer than the Dogs would have liked it to be.

RU: Stephen Chen (RTS) 7-13 FTs (.538)


2K8 SUM Week 5 RecapFBNYC, 8.11.08
2K8 SUM WEEK 5 RESULTS
Team SoJu (34) vs. RTS (42) recap
Player of the Game
Stephen Chen (RTS) 30 pts, 4 asts, 5 stls

G.o.D. (68) vs. Bomb Squad (53) recap
Player of the Game
Rob Chanth. (GOD) 26 pts, 9 rebs, 3 asts
Booty Patrol (39) vs. Reservoir Dogs (46) recap
Player of the Game
Min Park (RVD) 19 pts, 7 rebs, 2 asts


FBNYC  GAME OF THE WEEK


Fan Death (65) vs. H. of Pain (59) recap
Player of the Game
Rich Chang (FAN) 25 pts, 6 rebs, 2 blks

MLK HS, NYC -- In their previous game without leading scorer and assist man (G) James Choi, Fan Death has looked expectedly and completely lifeless on offense. That changed this Saturday vs. HOP as the Fans came out with noticeably more energy and a more decisive approach to their offense. Get it in the post to their twin towers (F) Rich Chang and (C) Brian Strebel.

Both came up big, as HOP (F) Victor Chia and (C) Jiang Yu struggled to contain them, particularly Chang who finished with a career-high 25 pts on 11-16 FGs. "MC Pee Pants" was on fire but it just looked like the natural state of things, as if this were the real Chang all along. If so, FAD is going to cause some major match-up problems. (more...)
Week 5 League Highs... Points: K. Park (HOP) 32, S. Chen (RTS) 30... Rebounds: R. Hyun (BMS) 13, Elbert Kwak (RVD) 13... Assists: R. Hsieh (GOD) 11, J. Wu (FAN) 6, Y. Yu (HOP) 6... Steals: S. Chen (RTS) 5, H. Jun (RVD) 4, D. Li (BMS) 4, Y. Yu (RTS) 4... Blocks: R. Hyun (BMS) 4, B. Strebel (FAN) 4
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