OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. Boomtown (2-0)
2. Monstars (2-0)
3. NYK Spartans (1-1)
4. MediaBrix (1-1)

5. Washington Bullets (1-1)
6
. Fastbreak
NYC (0-1)
7. Singularity (0-2)
8
. Basketball Reasons (0-1)


1st Division
1. Bloomberg (2-0)
2. Sexy Bears (2-0)
3. Warriors (1-0)
4. NY Dynasty (1-1)
5. Doris From Rego Park (1-1)
6. That 70s Team (0-2)
7. Shhmurda Team (0-1)
8. Top Stars (0-2)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1. Thunder Dragons (2-0)
2. Let It Fly (2-0)
3. Tri-State InvAsian (2-1)
4. Raptors (2-1)
5. No Fly Zone (1-1)
6. Guard Me Maybe (1-1)
7. All White Everything (1-1)
8. MediaBrix (1-1)
9. Ball So Hard (0-1)
10. Gritty Committee (0-3)

Occidental Conference

1. TAP NY (2-0)
2. Kung Fu Pandas (2-0)
3. We Dem Boyz (2-0)
4. SK War Dog (1-1)
5
. Japan United (1-1)
6. Sex Panthers (1-2)
7. Team JBH (1-2)
8. Big Red Balls (0-2)
9. Gritty FOB City (0-2)
10. Dirk Knights (0-2)

Speedball
1. NY Dynasty (3-0)
2. Free Agents (1-0)
3. Spa Ramen 2.0 (1-1)
4. B Team (1-1)
5. TBD Monstars (0-2)
6. TAP NY (0-2)























 

2K13 SUM Week 3 ResultsFBNYC, 7.23.13
2K13 SUM WEEK 3 RESULTS
All Ball Everything (1-2)
44
SK War Dog (2-1)
70
Player of the Game
Dave Wong (SKW) 23 pts, 4 reb, 5 ast

Recap

Japan United (2-1)
35
X1 (0-3)
29
Player of the Game
T. Nierenberg (JPU) 17 pts, 8 reb, 1 blk
Recap

NY Sports Med (0-3)
38
Warriors (2-0)
41
Player of the Game
Seung Lim (WAR) 21 pts, 4 3FG, 16 reb

Recap

Blue Dream (2-1)
57
Sex Panthers (2-1)
31
Player of the Game
Pat Lee (BLU) 18 pts, 9 reb, 3 stl

Recap

No Fly Zone (0-3)
48
That 70s Team (3-0)
52
Player of the Game
Andy Shih (70S) 23 pts, 5 reb, 3 stl

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Ball So Hard (2-0)
63
Team L.I.F.E. (1-2)
55
Player of the Game
Dave Liu (BSH) 17 pts, 12 reb, 3 blk

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Week 3 League Highs... Points: Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 23, Andy Shih (70S) 23, Dave Wong (SKW) 23... 3FGs: Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 4, David Hsiung (BSH) 4, Seung Lim (WAR) 4, Andy Shih (70S) 4... Rebounds: Seung Lim (WAR) 16,  Dennis Zhang (X1) 16, Kevin Wong (NFZ) 15... Assists: Mark Hahn (BLU) 11, Ben Chiarelli (70S) 8... Steals: Andre Liu (SKW) 5, Danny Olmann (LIF) 5, [3 players] 4... Blocks: Dave Liu (BSH) 3, [5 players] 2
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2K13 SUM Week 2 Power RankingsFBNYC, 7.21.13

Seventies look like early season favorite

NEW YORK, NY -- Some teams have moved, some have returned, some have completely retooled their rosters, but it's still the familiar names atop the power rankings. Not surprisingly, after just two weeks, the field looks wide open among the Top 5, with the Seventies carrying a convincing win over SKW as their claim to the no. 1 spot. But, these next couple of weeks should make it interesting. -- FBNYC
SUMMER 2013 REC D-II Sunday Week 2 Power Rankings
Rank Team Record
Team Notes
1.


70S


(2-0)


The Seventies are looking good right now. This is essentially the core that got to the championship game a few seasons ago. But, now they have a legit PG presence in (G) Elliot Curtis. This may be the team to beat right now.
2.


SKW


(1-1)


Even with the surprising loss, this team will again compete for the chip as they do every season. SK War Dog adds (G) Gareth Lee, who will contend for, at the very least, Defensive MVP. Other than that, the usual suspects return.
3.


SXP


(2-0)


What can you say about the veteran Sex Panthers? They field a competitive team every season, occasionally making a run at the title. This may be one of those seasons. Adding (C) Vic Chia covers SXP's long-time weakness. Size.
4.


WAR


(1-0)


The Warriors still looked very good in the season opener, and the only reason why they're not ranked higher is the loss, albeit temporarily, of their two bigs, (F) Nick Liveris and (C) Mike Meng. At least in Wk 1, they didn't need them.
5.


BLU


(1-1)


Blue Dream returns with their defense-first approach. It seemed like careless play more than anything else that gave them on opening week loss. This is a team that should contend for the chip by season's end.
6.


BSH


(1-0)


Ball So Hard might finally have it together this season. They looked very solid at times in a win to open the season. They just need consistent play from (G) Hans Tsai. The defense and all-out hustle is already there for this team.
7.


LIF


(1-1)


If (G) B.J. Grant can consistently provide points for Team L.I.F.E. they will be tough. As it is, they already have the hardest working player in the biz in (G) Anthony Plunkett. This team will compete.
8.


ABE


(1-1)


This team starts with (G) Charles Lam and (C) Craig Reeson. Lam is one of the league's best guards and Reeson is its biggest player. When they both get it going, this is a tough team to stop.
9.


NFZ


(0-2)


The former Baohaus team has added some size to the roster, but in their first two games, they have not meshed well. No Fly Zone has plenty of talent on the roster, though, so we expect they will improve.
10.


JPU


(1-1)


Japan United posted a solid win over LIF to start the season, but struggled in a loss to Blue Dream. They are losing a couple of key players, but the good news is that do-it-all (F) Yu Sato is returning to the line-up.
11.


X1


(0-2)


It was tough losing (C) Charles Lei, and X1 has some new faces to work into the line-up. They will need everyone to step up in order to compete. This may be tough season for X1, but maybe a necessary one.
12.


NSM


(0-2)


NY Sports Med is a new team so their players may take some time to get acclimated, but they already showed great strides from Week 1 to Week 2. Capt (F) James Grierson has been solid for the team so far.
Observations... Welcome back Big Baby... you all had your chance getting highlights in, but Yu Sato's back now... Seung Lim caught demonic possession last week... but leave the Exorcist at home... Jake Nicely is the best new name in the league... James Han is aka "Krillin"... James Sunagawa and Asako Asaba are returning to Japan... Happy Trails!!!  
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2K13 SUM Week 2 Player AwardsFBNYC, 7.19.13
Seung Lim (WAR)
F | 5-11 | 175 lbs
Week 2 Stats
PPG: 33.0
3PG: 6.0
RPG: 13.0

Lim doesn't have a rep as a big scorer in this league yet, but he could be changing all that real quick after this. The hustle (F) was lights out, hitting shots all over the floor. It didn't matter what NFZ threw at him. And, he also led his team in rebounds.
 
Runner-Up: Elliot Curtis (70S) 19 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast 
B.J. Grant (LIF)
G | 5-8 | 150 lbs
Week 2 Stats
PPG: 26.0
3PG: 7.0
RPG: 3.0


The veteran Grant needed this bounce-back game bad after starting the season with a John Starks nod, and he got it in style. Grant led all shooters in Week 2 with 7 3FGs and shot a red hot 9-12 FGs for the game. Now, can he keep it going?
 
Runner-Up: Mark Hahn (BLU) 15 pts, 4 reb, 4 stl  
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Bryan Plunkett (LIF) 12 reb, 6 stl

Plunkett again. Nobody plays harder than this kid. He does all the little things, leading LIF in rebs, asts, and stls, in a solid win.

Runner-Up: Seung Lim (WAR) 13 reb, 3 stl
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Sex Panthers (SXP) 25 pts, 19%

The Panthers set franchise defensive marks by holding NFZ to just 25 pts and 19% shooting. They absolutely smothered a talented NFZ team.

Runner-Up: Bryan Plunkett (LIF) 12 reb, 6 stl
The High-5 Club

Victor Chia (SXP) 8-10-2-3-1
Chris Dellamore (BLU) 8-10-1-4-1
James Grierson (NSM) 8-10-3-1-2
Andre Ishmael (NSM) 6-10-2-2-1
Charles Lam (ABE) 11-6-2-2-2
Andre Liu (SKW) 2-2-3-1-1
Jake Nicely (NSM) 15-9-1-3-3
Chris Uy (SXP) 15-2-3-3-1
Patrick Xu (ABE) 5-3-2-5-2
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

Elliot Curtis (70S) 19 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast

Curtis gives the 70s the primary ball handler that they've needed. And, as he showed in a surprising win over SKW, he can score the ball, too.

Runner-Up: Jake Nicely (NSM) 15 pts, 9 reb, 3 blk

The "John Starks" Award

Ren Hsieh (NFZ) | 3-13 FGs (.231)

There were worse outings, but Hsieh hasn't had a stinker like this in over a year. And, in that one he still put up 14 pts, 5 ast. Not this time.

Dishonorable Mention: Lex Ng (ABE) 0-10 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

T. Nierenberg (JPU) | 1-6 FTs (.167)

In a blowout loss, these didn't really matter, but it didn't help Nierenberg pad his stats either. He's been one of JPU's few bright spots so far.

Dishonorable Mention: Danny Olmann (LIF) 2-6 FTs

2K13 SUM Week 2 ResultsFBNYC, 7.15.13
2K13 SUM WEEK 2 RESULTS
SK War Dog (1-1)
39
That 70s Team (2-0)
68
Player of the Game
Elliot Curtis (70S) 19 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast

Recap

NY Sports Med (0-2)
42
All Ball Everything (1-1)
43
Player of the Game
George Ng (ABE) 16 pts, 4 3FGs, 1 reb
Recap

Blue Dream (1-1)
46
Japan United (0-2)
28
Player of the Game
Mark Hahn (BLU) 15 pts, 4 reb, 4 stl

Recap

Team L.I.F.E. (2-0)
64
X1 (0-2)
48
Player of the Game
B.J. Grant (LIF) 26 pts, 7 3FGs, 3 reb

Recap

No Fly Zone (0-1)
25
Sex Panthers (2-0)
48
Player of the Game
Chris Uy (SXP) 15 pts, 3 ast, 3 stl

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No Fly Zone (0-2)
47
Warriors (1-0)
61
Player of the Game
Seung Lim (WAR) 33pts, 6 3FGs, 13reb

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Week 2 League Highs... Points: Seung Lim (WAR) 33, Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 28... 3FGs: B.J. Grant (LIF) 7, Seung Lim (WAR) 6... Rebounds: Seung Lim (WAR) 13, Bryan Plunkett (LIF) 12, Ji Wu (70S) 12... Assists: Bryant Plunkett (LIF) 5, [5 players] 4... Steals: Bryan Plunkett (LIF) 6, Patrick Xu (ABE) 5... Blocks: Jake Nicely (NSM) 3, [5 players] 2
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