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2K13 WIN Week 6 Power RankingsFBNYC, 3.1.13

Playoff picture still unsettled (but not for long)

NEW YORK, NY -- This is it. Well into the regular season, some teams have only one more game left to play. And, only the Top 8 overall teams will get to see the post-season. The top four seeds are virtually locked in, though they may shift amongst themselves. Seeds 5-8 are still open. No. 8 is anyone's gameAnd, virtually everyone still has a chance. Well, not everyone. -- FBNYC
WINTER 2013 REC D-I Week 7 Power Rankings
Rank Team Record
Team Notes
1. (=)



They still pass the eye test as the league's best team and so far, no one has found a way to beat Doris. They haven't been blowouts, but convincing enough. (G) Adam Tarhouni is the leading Outstanding Rookie candidate.
2. (=)



The Thunder are starting to take on post-season form with (G) Leuis Ng in line to win his 3rd MVP. (F) Mike Ha showed some flashes of dominance, but this is a balanced team. They will contend for the chip.
3. (-1)



It's probably an undeserved step down, but the Herders only played 1 game in the last 3 weeks. Other teams have been making moves, but GOA isn't going anywhere. (G) Evan Tsevdos continues to play great basketball.
4. (+1)



Well, looks like (G) Ren Hsieh is returning to the roster. (F) Matt Lee could not come to terms after all. Luckily, SKY only missed one game with Hsieh so continuity shouldn't be too much of a problem.
5. (-2)



The Dirties get a slight drop due to a surprising loss to JJB. They didn't have a full roster for that game (neither did JJB), so it's tough to read to much into it. They still have two of the league's Top 4 scorers.
6. (+1)



With a convincing win over PTP, it looks as though the Caps have stopped the bleeding. They have the other two of the league's Top 4 scorers. Neither of which can be stopped, it's really up to them to bring their A game.
7. (-1)



Yes, the Seventies have dropped two in a row, to much tougher opponents, but they did prove that they can compete with the league's best. This is a team that might make some noise in the post-season.
8. (+2)



This spot is wide open. Who's gonna take it? Joo Joo Bar is playing much better basketball right now, and as long as (F) Joo Yoon is asserting himself on offense, they have a chance. They got two more chances to make it.
9. (+2)



T-Bulls aren't out of it yet, but they haven't looked as cohesive as they did at times last season. You never know, if they can squeeze into the playoffs, it single-elim, anything can happen.
10. (-2)



What looked like a tough, physical team that could contend for a playoff spot early in the season, is sputtering to the finish line. As with TBL, they're not out of yet, but it's gonna be tough. They must win out.
11. (-2)



The Panthers are done. Even if they could make it mathematically, they just don't have it. This team is just waiting for the season to end. Of course, they could always spoil it for someone else.
12. (=)



They have not looked good so far this season, but luckily for them, they still have four games left to turn it around. The Rebels might just come out of nowhere to steal a playoff spot. They certainly have the pedigree.
Observations... just a note that all videos will live on the FBNYC homepage... the race for scoring champion is tight this season... still anyone's game... Bada Hong is 12.2 rpg... he's barely 6-0 tall... Kumagai is quietly killing... Aaron Lim is the "Mad Bomber"... Jordan Calhoun has left the switch on #BeastMode all season... #TeamZamunda #NoHarlemShake #NoStairway #weknow
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2K13 WIN Week 6 Player AwardsFBNYC, 2.26.13
Justin Chin (IVC)
G | 5-7 | 160 lbs
Week 6 Stats
PPG: 34.0
3PG: 5.0
RPG: 3.0

It's no secret that iVentureCap has struggled this season after a chip last fall. But this is the kind of output that can happen with their explosive back court. Chin's career-high 34 pts helps get IVC back in line for that ever elusive playoff spot.

R-Up: Evan Tsevdos (GOA) 17 pts, 3 reb, 3 ast

Der. Kumagai (SKY)
G | 5-7 | 150 lbs
Week 6 Stats
PPG: 28.0
RPG: 6.0
APG: 7.0

It's a good week for diminutive PG's. Kumagai is yet another speedy (G) that had struggled with offense. This is what he is capable of and if the rust really is shaken off, look out for SKY. The floor leader already does everything else.

R-Up: Jordan Calhoun (DOR) 20 pts, 20 reb, 2 blk
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

J. Calhoun (DOR) 20 reb, 1 stl, 2 blk

Calhoun's impressive 20 pts and 20 reb is the first time it has happened since the 2K12 SPR season. This is truly the Sam Lo at its finest.

Runner-Up: Bada Hong (IVC) 17 reb, 2 stl, 1 blk
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Kevin Wong (SKY) 13 reb, 2 stl, 3 blk

Even as an undersized (C), Wong is often the last line of defense for NYC Skyline. It's a testament to his sheer determination he defends so well.

Runner-Up: Alex Tsay (PTP) 7 reb, 7 stl, 1 blk

The High-5 Club

Ben Chiarelli (70S) 8-9-1-2-1
David Chu (SXP) 11-4-4-1-1
Mike Ha (THU) 2-9-6-2-1
Chris Kasimis (GOA) 16-7-1-1-1
John McConnell (SXP) 16-7-3-1-1
Blair Small (DOR) 4-3-1-1-1
Alex Tsay (PTP) 16-7-5-7-1
Ngawang Tsetan (TBL) 2-9-1-4-2
Evan Tsevdos (GOA) 17-3-3-2-2

Kevin Wong (SKY) 2-13-1-2-3
Ember Room™ Rookie of the Week

Aaron Lim (JJB) 23 pts, 6 3FGs

Lim has proven to be one of D-I's best sharpshooters this season. He's pretty much knockdown from as deep as 30-ft. An exciting player to watch.

Runner-Up: Adam Tarhouni (DOR) 19 pts, 3 reb

The "John Starks" Award

David Chu (SXP) | 4-15 FGs (.267)

Another tough game for Chu. He's all but phoning it in now. There is very little left to invest in this season, and Chu may have tuned out.

Dishonorable Mention: P. Tsevdos (GOA) 3-11 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

J. Calhoun (DOR) | 4-11 FTs (.364)

The Doris big man never was a good FT shooter, and so far it hasn't gone on to haunt them. Yet. Who's gonna go to Hack-a-Calhoun first?

Dishonorable Mention: J. Calhoun (DOR) 4-11 FTs

2K13 WIN Week 6 ResultsFBNYC, 2.24.13
T-Bulls (1-4)
Thunder (5-0)
Player of the Game
Leuis Ng (THU) 18 pts, 4 reb, 6 ast


Goat Herders (4-0)
OT 54
That 70's Team (3-2)
Player of the Game
Evan Tsevdos (GOA) 17 pts, 3 reb, 3 ast

NYC Skyline (4-1)
Sex Panthers (0-6)
Player of the Game
D. Kumagai (SKY) 28 pts, 6 reb, 7 ast


Doris From Rego Park (6-0)
Joo Joo Bar (1-4)
Player of the Game
J. Calhoun (DOR) 20 pts, 20 reb, 2 blk


iVentureCap (2-3)
Prime Time Players (1-4)
Player of the Game
Justin Chin (IVC) 34 pts, 3 reb, 2 ast

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Week 6 League Highs... Points: Justin Chin (IVC) 34, Derik Kumagai (SKY) 28... 3FGs: Aaron Lim (JJB) 6, Justin Chin (IVC) 5... Rebounds: Jordan Calhoun (DOR) 20, Bada Hong (IVC) 17... Assists: Derik Kumagai (SKY) 7, Leuis Ng (THU) 6... Steals: Alex Tsay (PTP) 7, Derik Kumagai (SKY) 5, Victor Lin (SKY) 5... Blocks: Kevin Wong (SKY) 3, [3 players] 2

2K13 WIN Week 5 Player AwardsFBNYC, 2.20.13
Joo Yoon (JJB)
F | 6-1 | 190 lbs
Week 5 Stats
PPG: 18.0
APG: 4.0
SPG: 3.0

It was suggested that it was on Yoon to turnaround this season for JJB. He must have taken the advisement to heart. Yoon didn't shoot particularly well but he forced the issue on offense and helped JJB take a big win over Old Dirty Bastard.

Runner-Up: Kash Miah (ODB) 18 pts, 5 reb, 2 ast

Mike Ha (THU)
F | 6-0 | 185 lbs
Week 5 Stats
PPG: 27.0
3PG: 7.0
RPG: 5.0

Thunder has needed to see a resurgence from Ha and for the second straight week, he has come through. In fact, he did so in record-setting fashion. Ha set new career-highs in points and 3FGs in the win. THU is now ready for the playoffs.

Runner-Up: David Weiss (DOR) 20 pts, 6 reb, 4 stl
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Leuis Ng (THU) 11 pts, 11 reb, 12 ast

Two-time MVP Ng picked up his first career triple-double in a big win over a struggling SXP team. With Ha back to form, this is a dangerous team.

Runner-Up: Jordan Calhoun (DOR) 15 reb, 3 stl
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Pete Song (ODB) 4 reb, 7 stl

Despite the loss, Song was up to his usual felonious ways. Last season's steals leader racked up a whopping 7 stls, tying a career-high.

Runner-Up: Alex Tsay (PTP) 3 reb, 6 stl

The High-5 Club

David Chu (SXP) 12-7-2-2-1
Mike Ha (THU) 27-5-3-3-2
Karma Lama (TBL) 17-5-6-3-1
John McConnell (SXP) 16-13-4-3-1
Declan O'Donnell (SXP) 12-8-1-3-1

Ember Room™ Rookie of the Week

T. Namgyal (TBL) 11 pts, 5 reb, 5 stl

The rookie has been solid all season and this effort was no different as he contributed on both offense and D to TBL's first win of the season.

Runner-Up: Will James (ODB) 8 pts, 13 reb, 3 stl
The "John Starks" Award

Alex Tsay (PTP) | 3-12 FGs (.250)

Tsay has up and down games from time to time, and this was one of the down games. This was a game he should have dominated.

Dishonorable Mention: David Chu (SXP) 4-15 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Chime Lama (TBL) | 2-6 FTs (.333)

The T-Bulls just barely won their first game of the season, which means they survived shooting a dismal 8-18 FTs as a team.

Dishonorable Mention: J. Calhoun (DOR) 4-11 FTs

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