OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. Asphalt Ninjas (7-0)
2. NY Dynasty (6-1)
3. Principal Solutions (5-2)
4. Meta World War (4-3)
5. NYK Spartans (3-4)
6. Basketball Reasons (3-4)
7. Broke Jokes (3-4)
8. Menergy (2-5)
9. The Monstars (1-6)
10. Boomtown (1-6)

1st Division

1. NY Dynasty (5-0)
2. Sexy Bears (4-2)
3. Chiefs (4-2)
4. Sexy Bears (4-2)
5. Adam D Gamblers (2-4)
6. Bronx-Lebanon HC (2-4)
7. Doris From Rego Park (1-5)
8. Occupy Ball Street (0-5)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1. No Fly Zone (6-1)
2. Honey Badgers (5-1)

2. Raining Rosebuds (5-2)
4.
Rockstars (5-2)
5. Bunny Rabbits (4-3)

6. Space Jam (4-3)

7. Raptors (4-3)
8. Thunder Explode (3-3)
9. R.N.S. (3-4)

10. Top Stars (3-4)

11. Tri-State InvAsian (2-4)
12. Shawn Kemp's Kids (2-5)
13. NYC Gritty Committee (1-5)
14. MediaBrix (1-6)

Occidental Conference
1. Ball So Hard (5-1)
2. SK War Dog (5-2)
3. Bucketz (5-2)
4. TAP NY (5-2)
5. Rise Again (4-2)
6. Gritty FOB City (4-2)
7. We Dem Boyz (4-3)

8. Brick City (3-3)

9. Sex Panthers (3-3)
10. Team JBH (3-4)
11. Wolverines (2-5)
12. Guard Me Maybe (1-5)
13. Japan United (1-6)
14. Yu Tang Clan (0-7)

Speedball
1. Ball So Hard (3-1)
2. MediaBrix (2-2)
3. TAP NY (2-2)
4. B Team (2-2)
5. X1 (1-3)
























 

Fall 2014 Week 7 Power RankingsFBNYC, 11.6.14

Fall 2014 2nd Division Power Rankings - Oriental Conference
Rank Team Rec
Team Notes
1. (=)

LIF

(5-0)

Nothing has changed here, still the deepest and most balanced team in the league with a ringer in (C) Jon Olivares. This is the team to beat.
2. (+1)


THU


(4-1)


They don't have anyone over 6-1 on the roster so they win with high energy and hustle. Thunder is led in this regard by (G) Leuis Ng and (F) Mark Hahn. (F) Mike Ha has left the team, but Ng has elevated team to a new height.
3. (+2)


TSI


(4-2)


If you don't know how to defend Tri-State InvAsian's counter-attack, you're gonna have a bad time. The combo of (G) David Wong and (G) Chris Kwan is clicking right now. This team will contend for the title.
4. (+6)


NGC


(3-3)


After adding (F) Chris Youn back to the roster, Gritty is suddenly a contender again. But, they could actually fall out of a playoff spot should they lose to THU, a team that has always played them well.
5. (-3)


RAP


(3-2)


Raptors have lost 2 of their last 3 and both losses weren't pretty to watch. But their one win was an impressive effort vs THU. So the Raps don't fall too much, they can make some noise in the playoffs if they hold on to make it.
6. (+3)


AWE


(2-3)


Two straight losses to two tough opponents, the All Whites will have to fight to hold on to their playoff spot. Their one positive is that the core roster is there. Some depth may help, but AWE has the tools to make it.
7. (-2)


NFZ


(2-3)


Same goes for No Fly Zone, realizing now how tough the ORC can be in their first season. They haven't had the same consistency with their roster as they have in the past. Too many players missing, this season may be a wash.
8. (-1)


GMM


(2-3)


Guard Me Maybe is clinging on to playoff hopes. They're another team that hasn't exactly had a core roster so far this season. GMM has two games now to build some kind of chemistry and secure a playoff spot.
9. (-1)


MBX


(2-3)


Inconsistent rosters have plagued teams this season, and MediaBrix is one of them. Their most reliable player has been (G) Mike Bratton, but he may need a little more help on both sides of the ball.
10. (-1)


BSH


(0-5)


It's been a tough season for Ball So Hard. They have fallen out of playoff contention, but they still have pride to play for. They have never finished a season without a win. And, they can still spoil it for someone else.
Fall 2014 2nd Division Power Rankings - Occidental Conference
Rank
Team Rec
Team Notes
1. (+1)


WDB


(5-0)


If TAP's backcourt is one of the OCC's best, the Boyz guards are right there with them. (G) Cam Shubert has been playing at a high level all season and now (G) Charles Lam is starting to turn it on. This is a tough team to beat.
2. (-1)


TAP


(4-1)


Consider that their first 3 opponents are a combined 6-11, and they beat SKW on a miracle comeback run, the loss to JBH is alarming. Their next two games are WDB and KFP. Where will TAP rank then?
3. (+1)


SXP


(3-3)


After a nearly ruinous start to the season, the defending champion Panthers are finally back on track. Having won 4 of their last 5, the Panthers have a balanced attack with young (G) Jarrett Lee leading the way.
4. (-1)


KFP


(3-2)


Pandas have lost two straight against top teams, which may be telling as to where they really stand. Their 3-0 start came against teams with a combined 5-11 record. They should still make playoffs, but momentum is key here.
5. (+1)


JBH


(3-3)


This is a huge win for JBH for two reasons, it keeps their playoff hopes alive, and it proves to them they can beat (not just compete with) upper-ranked teams. Now can the hold on for playoffs and get (F) Joseph Choi back.
6. (+-1)


SKW


(2-3)


War Dog could be 4-1 right now, but they've let some games get away from them. The loss to TAP after holding a 26-pt lead hurts most. But, they will have to forget it quickly, it's going to be a fight to clinch the playoffs.
7. (+3)


FOB


(2-3)


After moving (G) James Choi down from NGC, FOB City is headed in the right direction. They haven't exactly looked great, and playoffs are still going to be tough to clinch, but this team is much better with "Chump" on the roster.
8. (-1)


DRK


(2-4)


They won two straight before the last Power Rankings, which brought with it playoff implications. But now, after two straight L's, Dirk Knights are on the outside looking. There would have to be some meltdown for them to get in.
9. (-1)


JPU


(2-4)


Japan United is in a similar position with only a forfeit win over SXP in their favor. Should SXP slip, and JPU win, they might have a chance to sneak in, but their final opponent is top-ranked We Dem Boyz.
10. (-1)


BRB


(0-5)


Another tough season for Big Red, they're also playing for pride now. They have to get one win to get off this multi-season win-less streak. And, they also have the chance to spoil it for another team.
Observations... Chris Youn in God Mode right now... Cam doin' work... aka "Killa"... "Need 4 Speed" is back... Tim Zhang is committing 5 fouls a game... reached 5 fouls 6 times in 15 career games... aka "Psycho T"... Ryan Kim making shots is crucial for JBH... but so is Sam Kang... where did Albert Son come from?? ...super hot fire... Pandas the league's most interesting team... Anar Enkhbold is aka "Unicron" 
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Fall 2014 Week 7 Player AwardsFBNYC, 11.6.14
UNDRCRWN™ PLAYER OF THE WEEK
UNDRCRWN™ PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Cam Shubert (TAP)
G | 5-10 | 165 lbs
Week 7 Stats
PPG: 33.0
RPG: 2.0
BPG: 1.0


When Shubert gets it going like this, he looks unstoppable. He's been able to attack the paint in every game they've played this season, and virtually at will. His 33 pts here marks a new career high, he has topped the 30-pt mark twice this season.
 
Runner-Up: Ryan Kim (JBH) 27 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast
Leuis Ng (THU)
G | 5-11 | 165 lbs
Week 7 Stats
PPG: 37.0
3PG: 6.0
APG: 6.0


Ng himself would be the first to say he has never been in a zone like this. The veteran guard just couldn't miss, scoring a career best 37 pts with 6 3FGs. Those 6 3's were more than he had made the entire season. His 15-20 FGs is an FBNYC 2nd Div record.

Runner-Up: Jon Olivares (LIF) 18 pts, 20 reb, 3 blk

The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Alex Shu (THU) 15 reb, 1 stl

The glue that holds THU together (and always keeps them competitive) is their all-out hustle as a team. Shu led the charge in their Wk 7 win.
 
Runner-Up: Jon Olivares (LIF) 20 reb, 3 blk
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Chris Youn (NGC) 14 reb, 9 stl

This was complete domination by a player that probably shouldn't even be playing in this league. But, you wouldn't know it took at him!

Runner-Up: Elbert Kwak (GFC) 15 reb, 7 blk
The High-5 Club
Will Chu (TAP) 26-4-4-1-1
Conor Cronin (MBX) 2-5-1-3-2
Ezra Dean (LIF) 3-6-4-2-2
Chris Di (SXP) 16-12-2-2-2
Adam Eldridge (MBX) 13-4-2-2-1
Muki Ganhuyag (KFP) 14-14-1-2-1
BJ Grant (LIF) 3-4-3-2-1
Jon Jackson (SXP) 3-2-1-3-1
Sam Kang (JBH) 18-9-1-1-2
Sheng Kuai (DRK) 9-4-1-1-1
Elbert Kwak (FOB) 24-15-1-2-7
Charles Lam (WDB) 18-6-4-2-1
Jon Olivares (LIF) 18-20-1-1-3
Cameron Shubert (WDB) 33-2-1-1-1
Albert Son (KFP) 20-4-2-1-1
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

Ryan Kim (JBH) 27 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast

After a poor start to the season, Kim has turned his offense around, and not coincidentally, so has his team. When JBH can score, they can win.

Runner-Up: Albert Son (KFP) 20 pts, 4 3FGs, 4 reb







The "John Starks" Award

James Choi (FOB) | 3-15 FGs (.200)

Choi is still recovering from a broken ankle so we can forgive the former MVP for a few games like this. At least, FOB is finally winning games.
 
Dishonorable Mention: Alex Shu (THU) 3-14 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Sheng Kuai (DRK) | 1-6 FTs (.167)

Anytime undersized DRK can get to the line, it's an opportunity they can't squander. As a team, they missed 8 FTs, Kuai the worst among them.

Dishonorable Mention: Ryan Kim (JBH) 2-6 FTs

FBNYC Top 10 (Oct 13-26)FBNYC, 11.3.14

Fall 2014 Week 7 ResultsFBNYC, 11.3.14
FALL 2014 WEEK 7 RESULTS
Japan United (2-4)
28
Gritty FOB City (2-3)
48
Player of the Game
Elbert Kwak (GFC) 14 pts, 15 reb, 7 blk
Recap

NYC Gritty Committee (3-3)
77
Ball So Hard (0-5)
43
Player of the Game
Chris Youn (NGC) 19 pts, 14 ast, 9 stl
Recap

No Fly Zone (2-3)
38
Thunder Dragons (4-1) 66
Player of the Game
Leuis Ng (THU) 37 pts, 7 reb, 6 ast

Recap

We Dem Boyz (5-0)
69
Dirk Knights (2-4) 57
Player of the Game
C. Shubert (WDB) 33 pts, 2 reb, 1 blk

Recap
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Let It Fly (5-0)
65
MediaBrix (2-3) 42
Player of the Game
J. Olivares (LIF) 18 pts, 20 reb
, 3 blk
Recap

Kung Fu Pandas (3-2)
58
Sex Panthers (3-3) 63
Player of the Game
Jarrett Lee (SXP) 18 pts, 4 reb, 5 ast

Recap

TAP NY (4-1)
49
Team JBH (3-3) 65
Player of the Game
Ryan Kim (JBH) 27 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast

Recap

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Week 7 League Highs... Points: Leuis Ng (THU) 37, Cameron Shubert (WDB) 33... 3FGs: Leuis Ng (THU) 6, Kenneth Van (NGC) 6, Will Chu (TAP) 6... Rebounds: Jonathan Olivares (LIF) 20, [3 players] 15... Assists: Chris Youn (NGC) 14, Hans Tsai (BSH) 8... Steals: Chris Youn (NGC) 9, [4 players] 4... Blocks: Elbert Kwak (GFC) 7, Dan Tak (SXP) 5
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