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)
























 

Spring 2015 Week 7 Player AwardsFBNYC, 5.25.15
UNDRCRWN™ PLAYER OF THE WEEK


Morgan Blakely (BRJ
) | 2nd Season
GP
PPG FG% RPG APG
SPG
1
40.0
.519 8.0 4.0 3.0
Pos: G Ht: 6-2, Ht: 225 lbs

Blakely gets the honor of being the first player to top the 40-pt mark in any division so far this season. And, he did it in style as his Broke Jokes closed out MEN on the final play.

Runner-Up: Stedford McLeod (SPA) 31 pts, 8 reb
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

J. Delighter (BOO) 14 reb, 1 stl, 1 blk

Delighter is the only player avg 20 & 10 this season and he's doing it from the (G) pos. His effort is a positive in an otherwise tough season.
 
Runner-Up: Pierre Carras (MON) 15 reb, 8 ast, 1 stl
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Chris Youn (SPA) 11 reb, 5 stl, 1 blk

Spartans couldn't get over the hump vs MWW, but it was not from any lack of effort from Youn. His defense was key to giving SPA a chance.
 
R-Up: Kareem Merrick (MWW) 7 reb, 2 stl, 3 blk
The High-5 Club

Jack Delighter (BOO) 17-14-5-1-1
Jin Hong (SPA) 6-4-2-1-1
Keith Markovich (BOO) 3-4-8-1-1
Kareem Merrick (MWW) 10-7-2-2-3
Arjun Ohri (PRS) 14-5-2-2-1
Josh Puritz (BOO) 24-6-8-1-2
Jon Radke (MON) 23-10-3-1-1
Young Song (SPA) 26-10-1-1-1
Pat Spitler (MWW) 8-3-7-3-1
Peter Stanojevic (BRJ) 2-4-4-3-1
Chaz Thomas (PRS) 15-9-3-2-1
Matt Treacy (MEN) 6-5-9-2-3
Steve Treacy (MEN) 17-5-1-1-2
Leo Walsh (MEN) 18-12-3-2-1
Jon Yevin (MWW) 5-10-1-2-1
Chris Youn (SPA) 4-11-3-5-1
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

Brett Swanson (BBR) 23 pts, 7 reb

Swanson's a shooter that's had some moments this season, but none were better than this. He put BBR on his back and willed them to a win.

R-Up: David Mintz (BOO) 32 pts, 10 3FGs, 2 stl








The "Dion Waiters" Award

K. Markovich (BOO) | 1-12 FG (.083)

Part of Boomtown's woes this season has been the veteran Markovich's inexplicable cold spell from the field. But there's always next season.

Dishonorable Mention: Mike Salerno (BBR) 2-12 FGs
The "Hack-a-Dre" Award

Pierre Carras (MON) | 4-8 FTs (.500)

Carras did everything he could when MON played short-handed vs BOO. But, he just didn't have enough legs left to finish his FTs.

Dishonorable Mention: Jesse Charnoff (BRJ) 1-4 FTs

Spring 2015 Week 7 ResultsFBNYC, 5.21.15
SPRING 2015 WEEK 7 RESULTS
Broke Jokes (3-2)
71
Menergy (2-4)
68
Player of the Game
Morgan Blakely (BRJ) 40 pts, 8 reb, 3 stl
Recap

Basketball Reasons (2-4)
64
Principal Solutions (3-1)
59
Player of the Game
B. Swanson (BBR) 23 pts, 5 3FGs, 7 reb
Recap
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Boomtown (1-5)
93
The Monstars (0-5)
77
Player of the Game
David Mintz (BOO) 32 pts, 10 3FGs, 2 stl
Recap
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Meta World War (3-2)
67
NYK Spartans (3-2)
63
Player of the Game
Stedford McCleod (MWW) 31 pts, 8 reb
Recap
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Week 7 League Highs... Points: Morgan Blakely (BRJ) 40, David Mintz (BOO) 32... 3FGs: David Mintz (BOO) 10, Gus Gauntlett (BRJ) 6... Rebounds: Hanz Medard (MON) 16, Pierre Carras (MON) 15... Assists: Jesse Charnoff (BRJ) 9, Matt Treacy (MEN) 9, [3 players] 8... Steals: Chris Youn (SPA) 5, Gus Gauntlett (BRJ) 4, Tyree Williams (PRS) 4... Blocks: Hanz Medard (MON) 4, Matt Treacy (MEN) 3
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Spring 2015 Week 6 Power RankingsFBNYC, 5.20.15

Spring 2015 Premier Division Power Rankings - Week 6
Rank Team Record
Team Notes
1. (=)



ASN



(5-0)



Nothing new for the Ninjas, they are still the deepest, most talented team in the Premier. (F) Joe Vines has been their most consistent player, on both sides of the ball. They've shown minor cracks in the facade vs DYN and BBR, but they've managed to get out with wins in both.
2. (=)


PRS


(3-0)


Solutions (F) Arjun Ohri finally broke out last week, hitting a league season high 9 3FGs. If he's hitting from the perimeter, PRS has enough weapons in (G) Chaz Thomas and (G) Paul Miller attacking the rim to be a problem.
3. (+2)



DYN



(4-1)



The addition of (F) George O'Garro has given Dynasty the kind of depth and versatility they've never had. He's already their best help defender, and with (C) Reid Wittman moving well on defense, this is a team that can be tough to score on in crunch time.
4. (-1)



SPA



(3-1)



Maybe the surprise team of the season so far, the NYK Spartans are small for Premier, but they've used their rotation of guards to their advantage. Especially with (C) Jin Hong playing at a high level on D. The biggest find, however, might be rookie (F) Young Song. Just solid in every way.
5. (-1)


BRJ


(2-2)


The Broke Jokes have broken even after playing two of the league's Top 4 teams. (G) Morgan Blakely & (G) Duke Stanojevich have been solid scoring options, but they'll need (F) Ian Dobbe present to secure a playoff spot.
6. (+1)


MWW


(2-2)


They have weapons, and plenty of veteran savvy, but defensive mobility has been a weakness late in games. So far, MWW has not been able to get (F) Stedford McLeod going like they did during their last run to the title game.
7. (+1)


MEN


(2-3)


Menergy is a versatile team with size & depth, but for one reason or another they've let some games slip away late. If they can close out games like that impressive win over BBR, they should be able to secure a playoff spot.
8. (-2)


BBR


(1-4)


It's desperation time now for Basketball Reasons, they have to win out for a chance at a playoff spot. Their last game, a near miss vs top-ranked ASN was encouraging, but there's no more room for mistakes now.
9. (=)



MON



(0-4)



The Monstars aren't as bad as their record. They've lost no game by double digits. They hve plenty of good pieces, they just haven't been able to close, and in the tightly contested Premier, you don't get a lot of chances. Like BBR, they have no margin for error now. All games are must-wins.
10. (=)



BOO



(0-5)



Boomtown's Week 6 loss sums it up. The effort is always there, which usually keeps them close in games, but with no (F) Nate Jones this season, they just haven't had the firepower to get over the hump. Tough results for an otherwise great season by (G) Jack Delighter.
Observations... Jason Crowell & Askia Davis had a nasty alley last week... but we can't tell if it was on purpose... George O'Garro a perfect fit for Dynasty... where did Young Song come from? Kid can play... Arjun heating up is dangerous... "Cap'n" Jack Delighter is avg 20 & 10 from the guard position... from the guard position... Menergy needs Schmidt.
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Spring 2015 Week 6 Player AwardsFBNYC, 5.18.15
UNDRCRWN™ PLAYER OF THE WEEK


Young Song (SPA
) | Rookie
GP
PPG FG% RPG APG
SPG
1
22.0
.550
7.0 2.0 1.0
Pos: F Ht: 6-3, Ht: 195 lbs

Every time the Spartans needed a shot to fall down the home stretch, Song got it for them. The rookie is having a huge season, and might be SPA's best player.

R-Up: Kareerm Merrick (MWW) 20 pts, 11 reb, 2 blk
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

H. Medard (MON) 12 reb, 1 stl, 1 blk

Considered by some to be the best offensive rebounder in the league. He isn't tall or athletic, but he's big and know how to use his bulk.
 
R-Up: Kareem Merrick (MWW) 11 reb, 2 stl, 2 blk 
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Jin Hong (SPA) 11 reb, 2 stl, 3 blk

As much as Song's offense was big for SPA's comeback win over MEN, so was Hong's defense. Every time they needed a stop, he was involved.
 
Runner-Up: Reid Wittman (DYN) 6 reb, 1 stl, 3 blk
The High-5 Club

Matt Collazo (ASN) 2-2-2-1-1
Jin Hong (SPA) 7-11-3-2-3
Youssef Hulse (DYN) 10-4-2-3-2
Chris Kolakowski (MEN) 11-3-2-1-1
Hanz Medard (MON) 10-12-2-1-1
Kareerm Merrick (MWW) 20-11-2-2-2
Kwame Owusu-Kesse (BBR) 3-5-3-2-1
Leo Walsh (MEN) 11-6-6-1-1
Reid Wittman (DYN) 10-6-2-1-3
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

P. McClelland (BBR) 22 pts, 7 reb

McClelland's lights out 4th qtr almost pushed BBR to an big upset win over ASN, by far their best game as a team so far this season.

Runner-Up: Matt Treacy (MEN) 17 pts, 8 reb, 6 ast

The "Dion Waiters" Award

Leo Walsh (MEN) | 4-18 FG (.222)

Walsh had good looks early, and hit them. Then as SPA clamped down on defense, the shots got tougher, and later in the shot clock.

Dishonorable Mention: K. Markovich (BOO) 5-18 FGs
The "Hack-a-Dre" Award

K. Boachie (MWW) | 4-10 FGs (.400)

After missing clutch FTs, Boachie hit the game-winner at the buzzer, and saved himself from becoming the scapegoat had Meta lost this game.

Dishonorable Mention: K. Boachie (MWW) 4-10 FTs

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