OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

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

1st Division

1. Doris From Rego Park (6-2)
2. Sexy Bears (6-2)
3. NY Dynasty (6-2)
4. Adam D Gamblers (4-4)
5. The Agents (4-4)
6. That 70s Team (3-5)
7. The Warriors (3-5)
8. Bloomberg (2-6)
9. Top Stars (2-6)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1. NYC Gritty Committee (7-1)
2.
Thunder Explosion (6-2)
2. Honey Badgers (6-2)
4.
All White Everything (5-3)
5.
The Lizards (4-3)
6.
Let It Fly (5-2)
7. Tri-State InvAsian (5-3)
8. No Fly Zone (5-3)
9.
Run & Shoot (2-6)
10.
Raptors (2-6)
11. Space Jam (2-6)
12. Shawn Kemp's Kids (2-6)
13. MediaBrix (0-8)

Occidental Conference
1. Sex Panthers (8-0)
2. Shawty Likes The Way (7-1)
3. Gritty FOB City (6-2)
4. SK War Dog (5-3)
5. Rise (5-3)
6. We Dem Boyz (4-4)
7.
Ball So Hard (3-4)
8.
Guard Me Maybe (4-4)
9. Team JBH (3-5)
10. Japan United (3-5)
11. TAP NY (2-6)
12. Eballaz (2-6)
13. Dirk Knights (2-6)
14. Kung Fu Pandas (1-7)

Speedball
1. Ball So Hard (5-0)
2. MediaBrix (3-2)
3. NY Dynasty (3-2)
4. Thunder (2-3)
5. TAP NY (1-4)
6. B Team (1-4)
























 

2K13 FALL Playoff Preview - SemifinalsFBNYC, 11.22.13
2K13 FALL PLAYOFF PREVIEW - SEMIFINALS
(1) Last Minute
(3) No Fly Zone [-1]

Saturday (11/23) 3:00pm @ The King (MLK HS)

Rare when the top seed is the underdog, even by a slim margin. It's just that NFZ seemed to handle LAS so well in the reg season. It wasn't a good matchup. But they didn't have (F) Christian Lehmkuhl in the line-up. His range should help but a fully loaded NFZ front-line is tough, even for do-everything (F) Andrew Ahn.

NFZ (F) Young Wang is playing his best basketball, but nursing an ankle tweak from last week. The whole team has nagging injuries, but who doesn't at this point. This game might come down to how much perimeter help they can get from fill-in shooters now that (G) Evan Leong (fiance) is out for the playoffs.
KEY PLAYERS
A. Ahn
8.0 ppg
8.0 rpg
1.0 apg
3.0 spg
2.0 bpg
Y. Wang
16.0 ppg
86% FGs
57% FTs
8.0 rpg
2.0 apg
KEY PLAYERS
L. Teng
17.0 ppg
3.0 3pg
3.0 rpg
1.0 apg
1.0 spg
J. Choi
35.0 ppg
4.0 3pg
12.0 rpg
2.0 apg
3.0 spg
(3) Sex Panthers [-1]
(4) NYC Gritty Committee

Saturday (11/23) 4:00pm @ The King (MLK HS)

In the regular season, the Sex Panthers handled Gritty fairly easily, but this is a different NGC now. (G) James Choi is taking it on some next level business. SXP still has the better depth, but they have no single player that can guard Choi one-on-one. They will need a solid team defensive approach, and some consistency on offense to win.

NYC Gritty Committee is gonna ride the "Chump" train for as long as it can choo-choo. (C) Victor Chia was very solid for NGC in the 1st rd vs Prestige Worldwide, but they may need one more player to step up to knock off the Panthers, particularly from the perimeter. Other than Choi, NGC was just 11-64 (.172) from 3 this season.

2K13 FALL Playoff Results - First RoundFBNYC, 11.19.13
2K13 FALL PLAYOFF RESULTS - FIRST ROUND
(2) SK War Dog
56
(3) Sex Panthers
OT 62
Player of the Game
Liren Teng (SXP) 17 pts, 3 3FGs, 3 reb
Recap

(1) Last Minute
44
(4) Japan United
41
Player of the Game
Lucas Chang (LAS) 12 pts, 4 reb, 3 stl
Recap

(2) J City
35
(3) No Fly Zone
45
Player of the Game
Young Wang (NFZ) 16 pts, 8 reb, 2 ast

Recap

(1) Prestige Worldwide
53
(4) NYC Gritty Committee
59
Player of the Game
James Choi (NGC) 35 pts, 12 reb, 3 stl
Recap
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First Round Playoff League Highs... Points: James Choi (NGC) 35, Will Chu (PWW) 19... 3FGs: James Choi (NGC) 4, [4 players] 3... Rebounds: Kevin Wong (NFZ) 16, Saleem Ahmed (NFZ) 12, Tom Nierenberg (JPU) 12... Assists: Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 8, Will Chu (PWW) 5... Steals: Victor Chia (NGC) 4, Yu Sato (JPU) 4, Allan Zhang (PWW) 4... Blocks: Saleem Ahmed (NFZ) 2, Andrew Ahn (LAS) 2, Carl George (LAS) 2
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2K13 FALL Playoff Preview - First RoundFBNYC, 11.17.13
2K13 FALL PLAYOFF PREVIEW - FIRST ROUND
(2) SK War Dog [-6]
(3) Sex Panthers

Saturday (11/17) 1:30pm @ The King (MLK HS)

Surprising perhaps that this game has the largest spread given that both teams combined for an 11-3 record against the field, but in their last game, SK so thoroughly dominated the Sex Panthers, it's hard to imagine any other outcome.

War Dog has their usual veteran core, playoff tested, championship approved. But, they have a host of new role players that can make big contributions. Panthers are deep as well, but neither of these teams have great speed, which hurts the smaller SXP.
KEY PLAYERS
D. Wong
17.3 ppg
5.7 rpg
1.7 apg
L. Teng
14.5 ppg
3.3 rpg
6.0 apg
KEY PLAYERS
A. Ahn
15.3 ppg
11.4 rpg
3.9 apg
Y. Sato
10.6 ppg
7.6 rpg
3.4 spg
(1) Last Minute [-4]
(4) Japan United

Saturday (11/17) 2:30pm @ The King (MLK HS)

LAS (F) Andrew Ahn and (C) Carl George have to be smiling. Let go by their former team as they tried to make the playoffs. It's Ahn and George in the post-season now, not their former team. Both are huge pieces to the Last Minute puzzle.

They are, however, inexperienced in the playoffs, and Japan United has been there. That might give them the edge. Nobody plays man defense harder than JPU. The Minutemen are a scoring machine, but defense isn't their forte. They hope it won't have to be.
(2) J City [-3]
(3) No Fly Zone

Sunday (11/17) 3:30pm @ The King (MLK HS)

J City blew out No Fly Zone in their regular season match-up but they struggled to contain NFZ (G) Ren Hsieh. No Fly had to play short-handed that game, but not this time around. Expect a much closer game in this playoff re-match.

The JCY attack begins and ends with (G) Marvin Chu, he's their best defender and initiates their offense. Hsieh makes a similar type of contribution to his team. Their match-up is one to watch. Both teams scrap, hustle and play defense. Again, this should be a battle.
KEY PLAYERS
M. Chu
8.0 ppg
11.1 rpg
6.4 apg
R. Hsieh
14.9 ppg
2.6 rpg
8.4 apg
KEY PLAYERS
W. Chu
11.0 ppg
3.7 rpg
5.3 apg
J. Choi
19.1 ppg
8.3 rpg
3.9 apg
(1) Prestige Worldwide [-5]
(4) NYC Gritty Committee

Sunday (11/17) 4:30pm @ The King (MLK HS)

Gritty actually played Prestige the toughest this season. They're a rare team that can hang with PWW's physicality. Which might make PWW worry a little about this match-up, especially considering NGC's pedigree. Also, Prestige has yet to see playoff success.

But the truth is, this isn't the same NGC, not as deep as their former championship teams. And, past Prestige teams have lost (G) Will Chu for the playoffs. He's the game-changer, there is no other singularly unguardable player as Chu in the league.

2K13 FALL Week 8 Player AwardsFBNYC, 11.14.13
Dennis Liew (STR)
G | 5-9 | 155 lbs
Week 8 Stats
PPG: 19.0
APG: 5.0
SPG: 5.0

Liew has only been with STR for a couple games, but he brings great energy on D, and in this win, he made big some plays on offense as well to steal an upset win over SXP. If he was there earlier, STR might have made the playoffs.
 
Runner-Up: Ji Wu (70S) 18 pts, 10 reb, 2 stl
Ren Hsieh (NFZ)
G | 5-9 | 155 lbs
Week 8 Stats
PPG: 23.0
APG: 9.0
BPG: 2.0


Every now and then, Hsieh will assert himself on the offensive end. In a wall-to-wall shootout with Japan United, NFZ needed every bit of his 23 pts & 9 ast. Few teams defend one-on-one as tenaciously as JPU. This was a hard fought win for NFZ.

Runner-Up: Marvin Chu (JCY) 9 pts, 12 reb, 13 stl
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Kevin Wong (NFZ) 14 reb, 3 stl, 1 blk

In his first game back after a 3-week layoff, Wong picks up right where he left off with another strong day on the boards. NFZ needed every one.

Runner-Up: Marvin Chu (JCY) 12 reb, 13 stl, 2 blk

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Mar. Chu (JCY) 12 reb, 13 stl, 2 blk

The numbers Chu has been putting up this season have been ridiculous, but this one takes the cake. Chu has a new record for steals in a game.
 
Runner-Up: John Daly (70S) 10 reb, 2 stl, 7 blk
The High-5 Club

Andrew Ahn (LAS) 8-8-3-3-1
Tom Bello, Jr. (SXP) 8-5-2-1-1
Victor Chia (NGC) 10-11-4-1-1
Ben Chiarelli (70S) 10-9-8-1-4
Marvin Chu (JCY) 9-12-7-13-2
John Daly (70S) 6-10-2-2-7
John Du (LAS) 15-2-1-1-1
BJ Grant (LIF) 8-4-1-2-1
Peter Hastorf (TAP) 10-10-1-4-4
Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 23-2-9-2-2
Henry Nakamura (JPU) 10-13-2-1-1
Kevin Wong (NFZ) 8-14-1-3-1
Allan Zhang (PWW) 14-11-2-4-1
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

Eric Su (TAP) 19 pts, 5 3FGs, 6 reb

Su broke out of his shooting slump and helped TAP almost take down a contender in JCY. It would have been the biggest upset this season.

Runner-Up: Joseph Jaffee (NWH) 18 pts, 4 reb





The "John Starks" Award

Marvin Chu (JCY) | 4-17 FGs (.235)

Chu does enough for this team that they can forgive him for a few bad shots here and there. JCY as a team did not shoot well in this narrow win.
 
Dishonorable Mention: Andy Tam (ABE) 2-13 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

SK War Dog (SKW) | 3-18 FTs (.167)

We're not even sure how they could have won this game except maybe that PWW shot 1-6 FTs in their own right. Talk about a ugly one.

Dishonorable Mention: None like this

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