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2K8 SPR Week 10 Power RankingsFBNYC, 4.16.08
OCC comes right back and sweeps 'better' conference

Does D-town's 31-point loss to the Pats show signs of weakness?

Well, I'm not ashamed to admit when I'm wrong. ORC, you can blame me, just when I go and say definitively that the ORC is the best conference, the OCC comes in and spanks every last one of y'all. So I don't know who should be more embarrassed. Peep the rankings! -- Charles Bok Lee
FBNYC 2K8 SPR Power Rankings - Week 10 (04.12.08)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments
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1.


INI


(8-2)


Ugly... and they have no excuse. The Pats simply enforced their will on D-town, something even the mighty RTS never did. That makes two letdowns this season. But in the playoffs, that's all it'll take.
+4


2.


BTP


(5-5)


Nobody handles D-town like that... nobody but a real contender. If (G) Alex Cho is on, the Pats defense is good enough to do the rest. That's dangerous come playoff time.
-1



3.



RNG



(6-5)



Gunners got cocky, tried to coast through PS1 to gear up for ORC rival, Fury Grey. Didn't work but it was a wake-up call--even if it makes it real tough to hold 2nd in the ORC. RNG handled the Fury like a team on a mission, the only way they'll advance in the post-season.
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4.


RVD


(5-5)


(F) Chris Youn and (F) Min Park gave you a taste last Saturday of just what its like when they're both on point. Michael Jackson dangerous. If the Dogs take the OCC, give Youn the MVP trophy.
-2



5.



NFG



(5-5)



They've been a little short-handed lately, but not without talent to win. (F) Andrew Deleon's just gotta get his FG% up if he's gonna be the squad's primary scorer. Otherwise, feed it to (G) Eden Chuang of (F) Sonny Wang. (F) Jason Chan could be tough down the stretch.
-1
6.
HOP
(4-5)
Time idle during Week 10
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7.


TAJ


(4-6)


They need (C) Mark Kiang back. He solidifies the middle on offense and defense and is the kind of all-around player that his teammates can benefit from. Without him, this is about what you can expect.
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8.



PS1



(3-7)



PS1 proved you can't look past any team in this league. The energy they brought to TAJ two weeks ago combined with a rejuvenated (C) Alvin Wang is the old OCC Champion 1-ers shining through. Bringing (F) Will Lee Manu-style off the bench is genius.
         

Observations... did anyone else see NFG's Jason Chan volleyball spike the Commish twice... was it just me or was there a bit of extra spicy in that sauce for a former teammate... o where, o where has Dave Kim gone... while we're at it, where's "Butter" Yu... "Minigun" Park is hitting the mark and he's got a full clip... Alex Cho will temporarily be known as "Red Dragon Gang Member #6"... look it up.

INJURY REPORT & TEAM TRANSACTIONS

Booty Patrol Status
(F) Kaivan Khoshroo [ankle] Day-to-day
PS1 Status
(C) Alvin Wang [knee] Day-to-day
Reservoir Dogs Status
(F) Jiwon Kim [finger] Day-to-day
(C) Jae Won Joo [free agent]
Added to roster
Ronin Gun Status
(F) Joe Ahn [eye surgery] Day-to-day 
(G) Ren Hsieh [shoulder subluxation, knee] Day-to-day
The Average Joes Status
(G) Jason Chien [ankle]
Day-to-day
(C) Mark Kiang [hamstring]
Doubtful
(C) Jae Kang Kim [knee] Day-to-day


2K8 SPR Conference Players of the Month (March)FBNYC, 4.16.08
Oriental Conference Player of the Month (March)

G/F | Kevin Park (HOP) | 5-10, 165 lbs | Profile

KP3 was on fire in March and he had to be with back court mate (G) Young Yu out of the line-up. After a slow start, Park was back to his MVP form averaging 20.3 ppg, 8.0 rpg on .489 FG% in 3 straight games after an early March loss. (HOP March record: 3-2)

March statistics
GP
PPG  FG% 3FG% FT%
RPG APG SPG 
4
17.0*
.429
.333* .621 7.0 2.8 2.3*
*Top ten in league.  ^Leads league.
Oriental Conference Player of the Month (March)

G | Joe Son (INI) | 5-11, 185 lbs | Profile

After an early March loss to the Average Joes, Son led his INI squad to 4 consecutive wins which including a near quadruple-double (12 pts, 8 rebs, 7 asts, 9 stls) vs. fellow stat-stuffer RVD (F) Chris Youn and the Dogs on March 8th. (INI March record: 4-1)

February statistics
GP
PPG  FG% 3FG% FT%
RPG APG SPG
5
9.0
.406
.385* .417 6.4 4.4^ 4.0^
*Top ten in league.  ^Leads league.
Player cards are awarded to all Conference Players of the Month.


2K8 SPR Conference Players of the Week (Wk 10)FBNYC, 4.14.08
Min Park (RVD)
F | 6-0 | 180 lbs
Weeks 10 Stats
PPG: 36.0
SPG: 4.0
FG%: .565

With all due to respect to his RVD teammate (F) Chris Youn's triple-double, face it, he's done it before. Park's 36 pts is an FBNYC-era record for points scored in a single game.

RU: C. Youn (RVD) 16pts, 20rebs

Ren Hsieh (RNG)
G | 5-9 | 160 lbs
Week 10 Stats
PPG: 18.0
APG: 4.5
SPG: 3.5

Just one game after Hsieh had the worst of his career (3-16 FGs vs. PS1), he follows up with one of his best in a win over conference rival Fury Grey. Go figure. ORC was weak in Wk 10.

RU: R. Chant. (RNG) 16pts, 8rebs
The "Larry Flynt" Award

Rob Chanth. (RNG) 16 pts, 8 rebs

Chanthavongsa's energy was a big reason RNG was able to take an early lead vs. the Fury Grey. His offensive rebounding was a deciding factor.

Runners-up: The entire Booty Patrol team.

Defensive Player of the Week

Alvin Wang (PS1) 17 rebs, 5 blks

Does this mean that Wang is fully recovered from that pre-season knee injury? If so, look out. Wang almost single-handedly devoured RNG.

Runner-up: The entire Booty Patrol team.
The "Norman Dale" Award

PS1 (v. RNG) | 22-43 FGs (51%) 17 asts, 13 stls

Runners-up: BTP (v. INI) 19-35 FGs (54%), 10 stls
Discorama Rookie of the Week

James Lam (TAJ) 19 pts, 4 rebs, 2 asts

Runner-up: None worth mentioning...
The "John Starks" Award

Ren Hsieh (RNG) | 3-16 FGs (.188)

His career worst and a bit of a head shaker. He blamed the humidity and the ball's slick surface. Yea... but PS1 shot 51% with the same rock.

Runner-up: Jon Chen (TAJ) | 1-8 FGs (.125)
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Chris Youn (RVD) | 4-12 FTs (.333)

That's two weeks in a row. Juggs keeps this up and we'll start naming the award after him. At least they won... with (F) Min Park at the line.

Runner-up: Dave Kim (INI) | 2-8 FTs (.250)


2K8 SPR Week 10 RecapFBNYC, 4.13.08
WEEK 10 RESULTS
Reservoir Dogs (56) vs. Avg. Joes (41) recap
Co-Players of the Game
Min Park (RVD) 36 pts, 4 rebs, 4 stls
Chris Youn (RVD) 16 pts, 20 rebs, 12 asts

PS1 (59) vs. Ronin Gun (42) recap
Co-Players of the Game
Brent Morita (PS1) 16 pts, 4 rebs, 4 asts
Alvin Wang (PS1) 8 pts, 17 rebs, 4 asts, 5 blks
NYC Fury Grey (47) vs. Ronin Gun (55) recap
Co-Players of the Game
Rob Chanth. (RNG) 16 pts, 8 rebs, 3 asts
Ren Hsieh (RNG) 19 pts, 7 asts, 3 stls

FBNYC  GAME OF THE WEEK

BTP MVP candidate (G) Alex Cho cuts through the INI defense for a buzzer beating layup.
Initial D (28) vs. B. Patrol (59) recap
Player of the Game
Alex Cho (BTP) 17 pts, 5 rebs, 4 stls

MLK HS, NYC -- MLK HS, NYC -- I don't even know what to say about this one. The Pats just came out and handed D-town their ass like it was no surprise. The Pats knew they should've beat Ronin Gun last week by at least as much, but they didn't close it out. They weren't gonna let this one go.

This one all came down to BTP (G) Alex Cho, who some might think was slumping the past few games. But this one was MVP-caliber. Say what you want about RVD (F) Min Park's 36 pts and (F) Chris Youn's triple-double (more...)
GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS


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