OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

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

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

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

Occidental Conference

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

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























 

Fall 2014 Week 2 Power RankingsFBNYC, 10.1.14

Fall 2014 Premier Division Power Rankings - Week 2
Rank Team Record
Team Notes
1. (N/A)



BOO



(2-0)



After a season off, Boomtown looks refreshed and focused on that elusive chip. They've won their first 2 gms by an average margin of 22 pts, and (F) Nate Jones hasn't even gotten it going yet. Luckily, (G) Keith Markovich has. With a healthy (F) Jake Moreno, this team is a contender again.
2. (N/A)



MON



(2-0)



The forest that makes up the Monstars front-line has returned led by (C) Chris Lemoine. This is the biggest team in the league. The back court is thin, but (G) Nick Cafiero is playing well and (G) Pierre Carras is always solid. The return of (F) Brett Marfurt will help spread the floor depiste a quiet start.
3. (N/A)


FBN


(0-1)


The defending champs started the season with a loss, but The Breakers will always challenge for the title as long as they make the playoffs. This season adding 6-7 (F) Matija Petrovic will go a long way toward achieving that goal.
4. (N/A)


MBX


(1-1)


MediaBrix has started the season a little shaky. They haven't been nearly as dominant (or convincing) as last season. But, the personnel is all there. This is the most athletic team in the league, they just need to turn it on.
5.(N/A)



NYK



(1-1)



The NYK Spartans are basically a team of guards surrounding their 6-7 (C) Jin Hong. But, they are a veteran team that has played together a long time, so they have they can move up to contender status if they get hot. Their biggest weakness may be that their guards aren't getting any younger.
6. (N/A)



BBR



(3-3)



This is the lowest Basketball Reasons has ever fallen in the PR. Not that they have never lost before, just not like this. Yes, (F) Will Johnson was not there, but (G) Zack Simmons is out this season. (C) Kash Hameed & (G) John Bedford may end up being great pieces, but it will tkae some time.
7.(N/A)


WAS


(1-1)


The Bullets are undersized. With only 6-5 (C) Ace Pidoriano in the paint, who is admittedly a beast, this is still a team of guards that does not have the shooting chops as past SEA teams. But, maybe they don't have to be.
8.(N/A)



SIN



(0-2)



As a new franchise, it can take some time to get acclimated to the FBNYC style of play, but Singularity has some tools to work with. (F) Paul Alshooler has been breaking out so far this season, and hopefully they will get more players gaining traction very soon.
Observations... Markovich came to play this season... so did Cafiero... will Breakers field five today? ...don't sleep on the Spartans... MediaBrix needs an espresso shot of Go Go Gadget... Erik Gerrard has big elbows... Mike Salerno is now aka "Magic Mike"... Isiaih Reed is aka "Lando"... Chris Lemoine is still "The Big Breakfast"
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Fall 2014 Week 2 Player AwardsFBNYC, 9.26.14
UNDRCRWN™ PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Keith Markovich (BOO) | 3rd Season
GP
PPG FG% 3PG RPG
APG
1
20.0
.545
5.0 3.0 1.0
Pos: G, Ht: 6-0, Ht: 195 lbs






Boomtown may be on to something now with back-to-back
comfortable wins. Markovich has been a big reason for their success. He has shot well, and the team has fed off his offense.

Runner-Up: Will Haile (FBN) 38 pts, 9 reb, 5 ast
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Paul Alshooler (SIN) 19 reb, 2 blk

Alshooler recorded a career-high 19 reb, topping his previous mark by more than double. His 18 pts also marked a new personal best.
 
Runner-Up: Askia Davis (MBX) 16 reb, 4 blk
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Y. Hulse (FBN) 9 reb, 2 stl, 6 blk

They didn't get the win, but with only 4 players on the floor, Hulse kept it competitive with his D. A career high 6 blk and plenty more deflections.

Runner-Up: Derek Lu (WAS) 6 reb, 6 stl
The High-5 Club

Paul Alshooler (SIN) 18-19-2-1-2
Nick Cafiero (MON) 14-3-4-1-1
Pierre Carras (MON) 13-3-3-4-1
Jason Crowell (MBX) 7-7-5-2-2
Will Haile (FBN) 38-9-5-3-2
Jin Hong (NYK) 11-11-1-2-2
Garrett James (FBN) 14-4-3-3-1
Chris Lemoine (MON) 16-14-2-2-3
Paul Mancuso (SIN) 7-1-1-2-1
Keith Markovich (BOO) 20-3-1-1-1
Bryant Picone (BOO) 4-10-2-1-3
David Ri (NYK) 9-5-2-4-1
Elijah St. Hilaire (MBX) 5-7-1-1-1
Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

J. Bedford (BBR) 10 pts, 6 reb, 3 stl

BBR got pummeled here, but Bedford looks like a big piece of the puzzle. They will need him to replace the now departed Zack Simmons' offense.

Runner-Up: Alex Vetras (SIN) 8 pts, 2 reb, 6 ast





The "John Starks" Award

A. Baird (MON) | 1-12 FGs (.083)

So far, in his first 2 gms, the rookie has not been able to get the shot to fall. He did however make the game clinching FT in their Week 2 win.

Dishonorable Mention: K. Hameed (BBR) 2-14 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

K. Hameed (BBR) | 2-8 FTs (.250)

Hameed appears to biggest player in the league this season, but he had a tough opening night. We suspect he will do much better than this.

Dishonorable Mention: Jon Radke (MON) 4-8 FTs

Fall 2014 Week 2 ResultsFBNYC, 9.25.14
FALL 2014 WEEK 2 RESULTS
Fastbreak NYC (0-1)
72
The Monstars (2-0)
76
Player of the Game
C. Lemoine (MON) 16 pts, 14 reb, 3 blk
Recap

Boomtown (2-0)
68
Basketball Reasons (0-1)
37
Player of the Game
K. Markovich (BOO) 20 pts, 5 3FG, 1 blk
Recap
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NYK Spartans (1-1)
53
MediaBrix (1-1)
OT 55
Player of the Game
Isiaiah Reed (MBX) 19 pts, 14 reb, 4 blk
Recap
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Washington Bullets (1-1)
52
Singularity (0-2)
48
Player of the Game
A. Pidoriano (WSH) 17 pts, 15 reb, 1 blk
Recap
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Week 2 League Highs... Points: Will Haile (FBN) 38, Keith Markovich (BOO) 20... 3FGs: Will Haile (FBN) 6, Keith Markovich (BOO) 5... Rebounds: Paul Alshooler (SIN) 19, Askia Davis (MBX) 16... Assists:  Alex Vetras (SIN) 6, Mike Salerno (BBR) 6... Steals: Derek Lu (WSH) 6, Pierre Carras (MON) 4, David Ri (NYK) 4... Blocks: Youssef Hulse (FBN) 6, Isiaiah Reed (MBX) 4, Askia Davis (MBX) 4
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Fall 2014 Week 1 Player AwardsFBNYC, 9.22.14
UNDRCRWN™ PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Nick Cafiero (MON) | 3rd Season
GP
PPG FG% 3PG RPG
APG
1
20.0
.444
4.0 2.0 2.0
Pos: G, Ht: 6-0, Ht: 195 lbs






This one has been a long time coming for the MON shooter. Cafiero came into Premier on the biggest shooting slump you can imagine. This is career-high scoring by more than double.


Runner-Up: Jin Hong (NYK) 15 pts, 12 reb, 3 blk
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Hanz Medard (MON) 10 pts, 18 reb

Medard is short for a center here, but he's got plenty of weight (and heart). Medard uses great position and feet to put up surprising #s in the paint.
 
Runner-Up: Nate Jones (BOO) 15 pts, 10 reb, 3 stl
Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

Askia Davis (MBX) 7 reb, 6 blk

In the end, Davis couldn't fend off the much bigger MON front-court, but he is still the best shot-blocker in the league right now.

Runner-Up: Jin Hong (NYK) 12 reb, 3 stl, 3 blk
The High-5 Club

Myles Bane (WAS) 3-3-1-1-2
Brett Heller (BOO) 3-8-2-1-1
Jake Moreno (BOO) 15-9-1-1-1





Spot Dessert Bar™ Rookie of the Week

Vincent DiForte (SIN) 17 pts, 3 3FGs

New franchise Singularity might have lost their opener, but captain DiForte may be their centerpiece with a good looking jumper in his pocket.

Runner-Up: Alex Marinescu (WAS) 11 pts, 8 reb
The "John Starks" Award

Mike Bratton (MBX) | 6-23 FGs (.261)

Bratton had his coming out party last season as he seemed to be lights out in every game. He may be falling back down to earth a little now.

Dishonorable Mention: Akeem Baird (MON) 2-13 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

None.

Adequate, if not entirely impressive, league-wide FT shooting in Week 1. Good (enough) job.


Dishonorable Mention: None worth mentioning

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