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
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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)























 

2K8 WIN Players of the Week (Wk 2)FBNYC, 11.18.08
Drew Chen (SLA)
F | 5-11 | 160 lbs
Week 3 Stats
PPG: 15.0
RPG: 3.0
APG: 3.0

Drew carried the SLA offense when the bigs couldn't buy a bucket. His timely jumpers (3-3 3FGs) kept SLA just above water. His 3-4 2nd half FTs helped seal the win.

RU: L. Kuet (RVD) 13 pts, 4 stls

Young Yu (INI)
F | 6-1 | 190 lbs
Week 3 Stats
PPG: 27.0
RPG: 6.0
APG: 4.0

This looks like the 2K7 SUM season all over again. First NYF (G) James Choi, now INI's new scorer, (F) Young Yu. "Butter" hit GOD with a vengeance, hitting his first 6-7 FGs.

RU: D. Kweon (NYF) 14pts 10rebs
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Pete Song (GOD) 8 rebs, 3 stls

Song was all over the place, picking up 2 stls, 4 rebs and 5 pts in the last 5:00 minutes to keep give GOD a chance to win it at the buzzer.

Runner-up: B. Morita (SLA) 4 rebs, 3 stls
Defensive Player of the Week

C. Youn (RVD) 14 rebs, 2 stls, 2 blks

He controls the boards and plays passing lanes better than any big in the "B" but his best was saved for (C) Jiang Yu in two huge blocks.

Runner-Up: J. Park (INI) 8 rebs, 4 stls
Fantasy Line of the Week

Y. Yu (INI) 27 pts, .571 FG%, 3 3FGs, 8-8 FTs

RU: R. Chant. (GOD) 12 pts, 15 rebs, 3 asts, 3 stls
Discorama Rookie of the Week

Daniel Kweon (NYF) 14 pts, 10 rebs, 3 stls

Runner-up: Scott Yoon (GOD) 15 pts, 5 3FGs
The "John Starks" Award

Kevin Jiang (TNS) | 1-8 FGs (.125)

It's tough to expect a rookie to come in and make an instant impact. Jiang is struggling to find his role in the TNS offense but they need him.

Runner-up: Fred Han (NYF) 1-8 FGs (.125)

The "Chris Dudley" Award

Jiang Yu (SLA) | 0-4 FTs (.000)

Welcome back, Justice! So who wins the "how soon will Jiang win the Dudley again" pool?" It was just one week. We're sure he'll take the win.

RU: B. Strebel (TNS), J. Ahn (GOD) 1-4 (.250)


2K8 WIN Week 2 RecapFBNYC, 11.16.08
2K8 WIN WEEK 2 RESULTS
Titans (0-2)
40
NYC Fury (2-0) 64
D. Kweon 14 pts, 10 rebs, 3 stls recap
The Slayers (2-0)
52
Reservoir Dogs (1-1)
48
D. Chen (SLA) 15 pts, 3 rebs, 3 asts
recap
FBNYC Game of the Week

Initial D (1-1)
52
G.o.D. (0-2) 51
Y. Yu (INI) 27 pts, 6 rebs, 4 asts
recap





MLK
HS, NYC -- Over the years, this G.o.D. vs. Initial D game has turned into one of the best rivalries in the league. Even though INI has the series lead at 6-2, they been some of the more exciting games to watch. Because INI usually gives 2K8 SUM MVP (G) Ren Hsieh his toughest games of the season.

This season, though, INI has a new look, trying to revamp their offense by picking up (F) John Lim and former scoring champ (F) Young Yu. GOD has seen a more passive Hsieh, looking to get teammates more involved. Neither has really benefitted this early in the season until Saturday.

GOD played loose, focused on getting the ball in transition and shooting early in the shot-clock regardless of giving up easy buckets. INI took advantage
(more...)
Week 2 League Highs... Points: Young Yu (INI) 27, [3 players] 15... 3FGs: Jason Chin (TNS) 5, Scott Yoon (GOD) 5... Rebounds: Rob Chanthavongsa (GOD) 15, Chris Youn (RVD) 14... Assists: [6 players] 4, [10 players] 3... Steals: [3 players] 4, [5 players] 3... Blocks: [4 players] 2, [4 players] 1
GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS


2K8 WIN Top Plays of the WeekFBNYC, 11.14.08



2K8 WIN Week 1 Power RankingsFBNYC, 11.11.08
It's gonna be a long and bumpy ride

After just one week the race to the Chip looks tighter than ever

What stacked teams? Slayers didn't send INI home crying, TBS lived to fight another day. The proof is always in the pudding. You still gotta win the games. Nobody ever got handed the Chip for having the best roster. This'll be the toughest "B" yet... and there won't be no gimmes this season to pad your stats. Peep the rankings!  -- C. B. Lee

FBNYC 2K8 WIN Power Rankings - Week 1 (11.08.08)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
N/A



1.



RVD



(1-0)



Kinda bumpy start with (G) Rob Lee filling in at the point for (G) Henry Jun but RVD has more depth than they ever have. Solid win regardless for the Dogs and they have more firepower than I first thought. (F) Leighton Kuet is as big an addition as (F) Varun Bhartiya.
N/A



2.



NYF



(1-0)



If their game against the Joes is any indication, the Fury probably have the deepest backcourt in the league (I thought it was TAJ earlier) but with (G) James Choi, (G) Steven Chen, (F) Joe Kim and (G) Alex Cho still joining the team, this is a very fast and very skilled team.
N/A


3.


SLA


(1-0)


Slayers looked sluggish on offense and needed blue collar (F) Jeff Tu to save them. But that was without (F) Harris Chung. Team looks solid with (G) Drew Chen and (G) Brent Morita sharing point duties.
N/A



4.



TBS



(0-1)



(C) Brian Strebel's 1-11 shooting was just terrible. Mr. Fantastic... meet Mr. Terrible. But I love what that boy does on the floor (16 rebs, 3 stls, 3 blks, what?!). Still, (F) Brian Sun won't have him all season so they need someone else to step up. They also need (F) Mark Yiin to hit a shot.
N/A



5.



INI



(0-1)



They won't be here long; kept up with SLA with no frontcourt starters. Butter needs to start, get that offense and his joints going early on. Han, Park, Yu, Kim and new acquisition (C) Tim Chi starting with new (F) John Lim and Hong the first off the bench should be the eventual rotation.
N/A


6.


TAJ


(1-1)


The Joes finally got a big man that fits in with their guard-oriented offense. (F) Dave Liu is looking real good right now. (G) James Lam is slumping but that shouldn't last. (G) Dan Kim will be an All-Star.
N/A



7.



GOD



(0-1)



I guess it takes time for an FA team to mesh but the Game looked real outta sync vs. TAJ. With no (C) Alvin Wang until December, 2K8 SUM MVP (G) Ren Hsieh on a balky knee and a still unsettled line-up, it's hard to tell what to expect.
         

Observations... Joe Kim is "the Truth"... and Vic Bhartiya is the "Marathon Man"... get some basketball shorts, dog! GONE FISHING: James Lam, where you at, boy? Joes need 17 and 5... it's past your contract year? Champions League Fantasy Week 2 Standings (Top 6 of 12): The Commissionaires (R. Hsieh) 15-7-0... Duke's Revenge (D. Hogwild) 14-8-0... Go Get Your Refund (B. Sun) 14-8-0... Sparco (L. Teng) 13-9-0... Already Defeated (W. Wang) 12-10-0... Vatos Locos (B. Shim) 12-10-0.


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