OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

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

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

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1.
Let It Fly (4-0)
2. Thunder Dragons (3-1)
3
. Raptors (3-1)
4. Tri-State InvAsian (3-2)
5
. All White Everything (2-2)
6
. Guard Me Maybe (2-2)
7. No Fly Zone (2-2)
8
. MediaBrix (1-2)
9. Ball So Hard (0-3)
10. Gritty Committee (0-3)

Occidental Conference

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

Speedball
1. NY Dynasty (4-0)
2. Spa Ramen 2.0 (3-1)
3
. Free Agents (2-2)
4. B Team (1-3)
5. TBD Monstars (1-3)
6. TAP NY (1-3)























 

2K8 SUM Top Plays of Week 9FBNYC, 9.19.08

Got buckets? We got 'em right here. With Harris and the Commish pulling out the bag of tricks on the assists. And "Messiah" and "Choir Boy" explain themselves. Name those tunes first and get a free JR lanyard. -- C. B. Lee


2K8 SUM Week 9 Power RankingsFBNYC, 9.17.08
The Contenders are ready

Playoff picture is already clear heading into Week 10

There isn't too much left to settle in Week 10. Dogs are still the favorites. The best contenders GOD, RTS and FAD can still build momentum moving in but they'll all have to survive the 1st rd single-elimination. TAJ still has an outside chance of winning the ORC regular season Championship if they beat GOD and FAD loses. The rest just want to win one--it might be their last of the season. Peep the rankings!  -- C. B. Lee

FBNYC 2K8 SUM Power Rankings - Week 9 (09.13.08)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
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1.

RVD

(8-1)

2K8 SPR MVP, 2K8 SPR Scoring Champion, 2K8 SPR Championship MVP, that's translated to an 8-1 record this season. Dogs are ready to repeat.
+1


2.


GOD


(6-3)


Convincing win vs. HOP means they can half-court well enough to back up their full-court. Depth in the front-court--see (F) Kaivan Khoshroo--looks good for the playoffs. A win this week secures the ORC Championship.
+1


3.


RTS


(5-3)


Bomb Squad sure knows how to make a team look good. (F) Harris Chung is back for the playoff run; he's like Cup o' Noodles... he makes RTS instant contenders.
+1



4.



FAD



(6-3)



Again, BMS is like having Nicole Ritchie around. You always come out looking better. With (C) Brian Strebel returning to the line-up and (F) John Lim increasing his role, Death definitely looks good for the playoffs but it's just not all that convincing, what do they do when Ritchie bails?
-3


5.


TAJ


(5-4)


Joes are sliding no doubt, they lost 2-in-a-row now, but a win this week will not only give them another shot to win the ORC but give them a lot of momentum going into the postseason.
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6.


HOP


(4-5)


It won't matter if they win Week 10 or who HOP plays in the 1st rd of the playoffs. It only matters that they win. They create the matchups, they dictate the pace. They just need to win.
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7.



BTP



(3-5)



Pats actually look pretty good out there. Solid win over TAJ without (F) Dave Kim on the floor. BTP has an undersized but athletic and very deep frontcourt; and (G) Alex Cho and (G) John Park hitting their strides at just the right time. Pats can definitely play spoiler.
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8.


TSJ


(2-6)


SoJu has one more shot to stay avoid the 8th seed. They'll have to beat the surging Pats. Either way, the best they can do might be to go Butch Cassidey and take out as many teams as they can on the way out.
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9.
BMS
(0-9)
One more chance to prevent a winless season.
         

Observations... BIG UPS TO SAM "TAZ" LO IN HK!!! ...hope the site isn't banned in China... get me a bootleg Takashi Murakami/Louis Vuitton print basketball! ...the "Khoshroo curse" is broken... for now... Harris Chung is a robot... no, an agent... choose the blue pill... or is it the red? ...John Park is back


Project by Projects 10th Annual Tasting BenefitFBNYC, 9.16.08


FB Nation,

I'd like to invite you all to Plate By Plate: Project by Project's 2008 Tasting Benefit on Fri., Oct. 3rd at Skylight (275 Hudson Street, NYC).
This video from last year's benefit should give you an idea. If you dig food like I do, don't miss it. I'll be in the VIP! -- Ren, Commish
 
Each year, this event showcases New York City's premier restaurants and is attended by over 750 food and wine loving guests who look forward to sampling what the city's best has to offer. The organization and benefits from the previous years have been featured on Bravo TV's hit reality show, Top Chef, and MTV-K, as well as some of New York's best culinary publications. Visit this link or email William Wang for more info.

Project by Project is proud to be partnering with the Voice Your Vote NY campaign - a collaborative effort to empower voters in the Asian Pacific American (APA) community of New York. Voice Your Vote NY is a partnership consisting of APIAVote, YKASEC - Empowering the Korean American Community, Chhaya CDC, Organization of Chinese Americans - NY (OCA-NY) and Project by Project. All proceeds from the Plate by Plate Annual Tasting Benefit will go directly to support the Voice Your Vote NY campaign, a nonpartisan campaign to empower APA voters.



2K8 SUM Players of the Week (Wk 9)FBNYC, 9.16.08
Harris Chung (RTS)
F | 6-3 | 200 lbs
Week 9 Stats
PPG: 27.0
RPG: 18.0
BPG: 3.0

"The Phenom" is back on the court after an extended stay on the injured list. He looks like he's back to speed. After a career-high 19 rebs vs. GOD, Chung follows with 18 more.

RU: J. Park (BTP) 20 pts, 10 rebs

Ren Hsieh (GOD)
G | 5-9 | 160 lbs
Week 9 Stats
PPG: 28.0
APG: 8.0
SPG: 5.0

Hsieh puts up another solid all-around game to help lift his team to a much-needed win over the House. The Oriental Conference Championship still hangs in the balance.

RU: R. Chanth. 22 pts, 4 asts
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Sam Lo (BTP) 9 pts, 6 rebs

Sam Lo has now officially retired from FBNYC and so we name this award for the man who made it a necessity. Happy trails, Taz!

Runner-up: Harris Chung (RTS) 18 rebs, 3 blks
Defensive Player of the Week

Harris Chung (RTS) 18 rebs, 3 blks

Chung simply dominated the paint on both ends of the court. There was no more intimidating presence in the paint than Chung on Saturday.

RU: V. Chia (HOP) 4blks, K. Khoshroo (GOD) 4blks
The "Norman Dale" Award

RTS (v. BMS) | .463 FG%, 68 pts, 42 reb, 5 TOs

RU: RVD (v. TSJ) 77 pts, 48% FGs, 20 asts
Discorama Rookie of the Week

John Lim (FAD) 14 pts, 11 rebs, 2 asts

Runner-up: D. Choi (TSJ) 15 pts, 6 rebs, 3 stls
The "John Starks" Award

Austin Han (BMS) | 3-11 FGs (.273)

Han has had a career season leading the Bombers but everyone has a bad game, especially after a 3 week layoff... and a double-header.

Runner-up: James Lam (TAJ) 4-12 FGs (.333)

The "Chris Dudley" Award

Jiang Yu (HOP) | 2-8 FTs (.250)

Very soon this will be named the "Jiang Yu Award," even before the big man retires. Yu's season FT% is a jaw-dropping 40% (31-77 FTs).

RU: Austin Han (BMS) 3-7 FTs (.429)


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