OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. Fastbreak NYC (5-2)
2.
Boomtown (5-2)
3. Basketball Reasons (5-2)
4.
Monstars (5-2)
5. NYK Spartans (4-3)
6
.
MediaBrix (3-4)
7. Washington Bullets (1-6)
8. Singularity (0-7)

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

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1.
Let It Fly (6-1)
2. Tri-State InvAsian (5-2)
3. Gritty Committee (4-3)
4
. Thunder Dragons (4-3)
5. Raptors (4-3)
6
. No Fly Zone (4-3)

7. Guard Me Maybe (3-4)
8
. All White Everything (3-4)
9
. MediaBrix (2-5)
10. Ball So Hard (1-6)

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

Speedball
1. NY Dynasty (7-1)
2. Free Agents (6-2)
3
. Spa Ramen 2.0 (5-3)
4. B Team (3-5)
5. TAP NY (1-6)
6. NY Titans (1-6)






















 

2K13 FALL Week 1 Player AwardsFBNYC, 9.25.13
Tommy Wong (MID)
G | 5-10 | 165 lbs
Week 1 Stats
PPG: 23.0
3PG: 7.0
SPG: 7.0

It wasn't always the prettiest of performances, but Wong made some huge shots to pull off this comeback win. If he had just made his layups, he would have easily topped 30 pts in this game. He certainly looks like he's capable of it.
 
Runner-Up: Patrick Xu (ABE) 22 pts, 7 3FGs, 1 stl
Yu Sato (JPU)
F | 5-11 | 155 lbs
Week 1 Stats
PPG: 20.0
RPG: 6.0
SPG: 5.0


Sato does it again. It should be no surprise now. The perennial MVP candidate may finally have a team built to be a contender this season. With teammate (G) Chikara Abe back on the court, this dynamic duo will be on to watch all season.

R-Up: Allan Zhang (PWW) 19 pts, 5 3FGs, 2 stl
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Kevin Wong (NFZ) 17 reb, 1 stl

NFZ did not shoot well in their season opener, but it was Wong that kept giving them second changes. They eventually came back and won.

Runner-Up:
John Daly (70S) 20 reb, 1 stl
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Victor Chia (NGC) 10 reb, 4 stl, 4 blk

Gritty did not win, but it was not from a lack of effort from Chia. Against a fast-paced JPU squad, Chia protected the paint in standout fashion.
 
Runner-Up: Eric Su (TAP) 5 reb, 6 stl, 1 blk
The High-5 Club

Victor Chia (NGC) 8-10-4-4-4
Will Chu (PWW) 7-8-10-3-1
Rich Hyun (NGC) 8-5-1-2-1
Louis Konig (PWW) 7-12-1-2-1
Evan Leong (NFZ) 12-2-1-1-2
Steven Levick (PWW) 17-7-1-2-1
Tom Nierenberg (JPU) 8-10-1-2-1

Craig Reeson (ABE) 8-5-1-1-4
Elliot Wittlin (70S) 6-6-2-1-4
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

Eric Su (TAP) 22 pts, 5 reb, 6 stl

Su is TAP's best defender, scorer and their most athletic player. He'll need to shoot better, but he can put up a lot of games like this.

Runner-Up: John Daly (70S) 10 pts, 20 reb, 1 stl

The "John Starks" Award

Eric Su (TAP) | 7-27 FGs (.259)

It's not that Su played poorly, TAP needs him to score, but no single performance more embodied the spirit of John Starks than this one.
 
Dishonorable Mention: Evan Leong (NFZ) 3-15 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Eric Su (TAP) | 4-9 FTs (.444)

Ah, what are you gonna do? Overall, it was a solid effort from Su. But, if he had gotten a few more of these to go down, we'd be talking about a win.

Dishonorable Mention: John Daly (70S) 4-8 FTs

2K13 FALL Week 1 ResultsFBNYC, 9.23.13
2K13 FALL WEEK 1 RESULTS
Make It Drizzle (1-0)
40
TAP-NY (0-1)
37
Player of the Game
T. Wong (MID) 23 pts, 7 3FGs, 7 reb

Recap

Japan United (1-0)
55
NYC Gritty Committee (0-1)
44
Player of the Game
Yu Sato (JPU) 20 pts, 6 reb, 5 stl
Recap

No Fly Zone (1-0)
58
X1 (0-1)
53
Player of the Game
Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 17 pts, 5 ast, 3 stl

Recap

All Ball Everything (1-0)
47
Street Dreams (0-1)
41
Player of the Game
Patrick Xu (ABE) 22 pts, 7 3FGs, 1 stl

Recap

Prestige Worldwide (1-0)
65
That 70s Team (0-1)
46
Player of the Game
Allan Zhang (PWW) 19 pts, 5 3FGs, 2 stl

Recap
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Week 1 League Highs... Points: Tommy Wong (MID) 23, Patrick Xu (ABE) 22... 3FGs: Tommy Wong (MID) 7, Patrick Xu (ABE) 7, Allan Zhang (PWW) 5... Rebounds: John Daly (70S) 20, Kevin Wong (NFZ) 17... Assists: Will Chu (PWW) 10, Ren Hsieh (NFZ) 5, Lex Ng (ABE) 5... Steals: Eric Su (TAP) 6, Yu Sato (JPU) 5... Blocks: Victor Chia (NGC) 4, Craig Reeson (ABE) 4, Elliot Wittlin (70S) 4
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2K13 SUM Champion Results - Ball So HardFBNYC, 9.16.13
'Ball So Hard' seems only fitting in championship win

The tenacious Ballers outlasted the veteran War Dog to claim their first franchise title



MLK HS, NYC -- For three and a half quarters, you could not have written a closely-matched contest. It was indeed a test of wills. SK War Dog played their usual crafty defense, luring Ball So Hard into bad positioning and taking it away. And, offensively, they were often surgical in their execution.
The only reason SKW was unable to dominate this game is BSH's end-to-end tenacity, led by (G) Hans Tsai.
2K13 SUM REC D-II CHAMPIONSHIP
CO-MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS

F | John Mei (BSH)
Ht: 6-1, Wt: 165 lbs
Player Profile


PPG FG% RPG APG SPG BPG 
16.0^
.385 5.0 4.0^ 2.0 1.0^
*Team-high. ^Game-high.
G | Hans Tsai (BSH)
Ht: 5-7, Wt: 155 lbs
Player Profile
PPG FG% FT% APG SPG BPG 
14.0
.714^ .667* 2.0 6.0^ 0.0
*Team-high. ^Game-high.
(2) Ball So Hard
(4) SK War Dog
Final 52
46
Other Top Performers
Ball So Hard
SK War Dog
D. Pei
Pts: 9
Reb: 7
Ast: 1
Stl: 3
Blk: 0
D. Wong
Pts: 10
Reb: 4
Ast: 2
Stl: 3
Blk: 0
Game Leaders
  BSH SKW
Points J. Mei 16
Palacios/Wong 10
Rebounds D. Liu 15
Ansari/Wells 5
Assists J. Mei 4
F. Shen 3
Steals H. Tsai 6
T. Wells 4
Blocks J. Mei 1
M. Palacios 1
Ball So Hard didn't often look good, but they played at a fever pitch every possession. BSH had very little half-court offense to speak of in the first half, but their hustle created TOs and SKW struggled to get back on defense against the much faster (and younger) Ballers.

Additionally, BSH did a good job of getting back on D to challenge SKW (G) David Wong on his trade mark solo counter-attacks. And just as importantly, they did it without putting him on the line. Still, the game leaned slightly toward SKW at the half. They seemed to be in control, playing veteran playoff ball. War Dog TOs were the only real mistakes, and it seemed if they could just make a solid run in the 3rd, they could take full control.

Every time they seemed to surge ahead, however, BSH found a way to create TOs and get right back in it. Suddenly, it seemed as if SKW was running out of time. They had to control this game before they ran out of gas trying to keep up with BSH. It was neck-and-neck right up to the last 4:00 min. BSH's intensity seemed to grow. And now (F) John Mei was creating halfcourt offense for BSH, scoring 8 straight huge points in the 4th. SKW (G) Felix Shen and (F) Andre Liu answered with big shots of their own, but the BSH defense never relented.

In the games most crucial moments, BSH was able to force TOs and find Tsai in the open court. He had led them all season, and he would lead them now to their first title. The final minute came down to FTs, and while BSH certainly missed too many, it was Tsai who finally shut the door. Ball So Hard is your 2K13 SUM Champion. -- FBNYC
[Boxscore]
INSIDE THE STATS

BSH (G) John Mei's 11.7 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 2.3 apg, 2.7 spg & 1.3 bpg in the playoffs were all higher than his reg season averages.

This is the third time this season that (G) Hans Tsai has recorded 6 steals.

BSH and SKW's combined 45 TOs is the most of any championship game in FBNYC history.

2K13 SUM Playoff Preview - ChampionshipFBNYC, 9.15.13
(1) Ball So Hard  vs. (2) SK War Dog | Sunday (9/15), 3:00pm @ MLK HS

KEY PLAYERS
H. Tsai
15.5 ppg
3.5 rpg
2.0 apg
1.5 spg
D. Wong
23.0 ppg
2.0 rpg
0.5 apg
1.5 spg
NEW YORK CITY -- The strongest survive. Ball So Hard and SK War Dog both saw strong challenges, but both were able to impose their will when it mattered most and advance the chip. That will be the key to this summer championship game. Who will dictate their style of play.

Their styles are distinctive, but both teams start on the defense. Ball So Hard just hounds you on the perimeter as (G) Hans Tsai & (G) Dian Pei fly to the ball. They force mistakes, and their frontcourt is athletic, able to cover for their aggressive guards. They score a lot in transition.

War Dog is more a half-court team, but they do like to send (G) David Wong on a one-man counter attack when they get stops. He has made a living out it. If BSH can't get back, "Vegas" Dave will thrive. Beyond that, they are a well-oiled machine in the half-court offense.
-- FBNYC

Ball So Hard
GR GR SK War Dog
Match-Up
(G) Hans Tsai



B+



B



(G) Felix Shen



Tsai leads BSH, with defense & competitive fire. He is at another level now. Shen has been quiet, but can still hit the 3 and he's the best positional defender in the league.
(G) Dian Pei



B+



A+



(G) David Wong



Like Tsai, Pei brings the pain on D, playing at a fever pitch. He is streaky from 3, but can hurt you. Wong he will always give his team a chance. No one draws fouls better.
(G) David Hsiung



B+



B+



(G) Andre Liu



The veteran Hsiung does all the little things for BSH. He's their glue guy. Liu is the same for SKW. Both are very capable of having big offensive games as well.
(F) John Mei



B+



A



(F) Marco Palacios



If Mei gets bot, SKW doesn't have a good match-up with him. He can score, but he is streaky. Palacios is a guru. On another level offensively/defensively. He guards himself.
(C) Dave Liu



B+



B



(C) Arif Ansari



Liu is the x-factor because he creates match up issues. He could potentially dominate. Ansari hasn't brought much to the table, but is a big body that forces offenses to adjust.
BENCH
(G) Jake Liu
(F) Mark Ku
(F) Mark Lee
B



B+



BENCH
(G) Jack Chau
(F) Tyler Wells

Neither bench is extensive, but BSH brings in energy guys with Liu capable of scoring. SKW's Chau can also put up points, and Wells has a seemingly tireless motor.

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WINTER 2015 SEASON
INTERESTED TEAMS
1ST DIVISION

- Adam D Gamblers*
- Basketball Reasons
- Bloomberg*
- Doris From Rego Park*
- iVentureCap
- NY Dynasty*
- Sexy Bears
- Shhmurda Team
- Team Derrick Brown*
- That 70's Team*
- Top Stars
- Warriors*

*Confirmed
2ND DIVISION

ORC - Upper Level
- All White Everything*
- Guard Me Maybe
- Let It Fly*
- MediaBrix*
- No Fly Zone*
- NYC Gritty Committee*
- Raptors*
- Run & Shoot*
- Shawn Kemp's Kids*
- Team Henry Quach
- Team Joe Zenz
- Team Jin Bae Kim
- Team Menon
- Team Willy Wonka
- Thunder*
- Tri-State InvAsian*

OCC - Lower Level
- Ball So Hard*
- Big Red Balls
- Dirk Knights*
- Gritty FOB City*
- Hot Pot*
- Kung Fu Pandas*
- Japan United*
- Sex Panthers*
- Shawty Likes The Way
- SK War Dog*
- TAP NY*
- Team JBH*
- We Dem Boyz*

*Confirmed
SPEEDBALL 4-ON-4

- B Team*
- Free Agents
- NY Dynasty*
- NY Titans
- Sex Panthers
- TAP NY*
- Thunder

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