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 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

Fall 2014 Week 1 ResultsFBNYC, 9.19.14
FALL 2014 WEEK 1 RESULTS
Singularity  (0-1)
53
Boomtown (1-0)
66
Player of the Game
K. Markovich (BOO) 16 pts, 2 reb, 3 blk
Recap

NYK Spartans (1-0)
65
Washington Bullets (0-1)
27
Player of the Game
Jin Hong (NYK) 15 pts, 12 reb, 3 blk

Recap

The Monstars (1-0)
71
MediaBrix (0-1) 60
Player of the Game
Nick Cafiero (MON) 20 pts, 4 3FGs, 2 ast

Recap

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Week 1 League Highs... Points: Nick Cafiero (MON) 20, Vincent DiForte (SIN) 17... 3FGs: Nick Cafiero (MON) 4, [3 players] 3... Rebounds: Hanz Medard (MON) 18, Erik Gerrard (MON) 14... Assists: Mike Bratton (MBX) 5, Jason Crowell (MBX) 5, Mark Lee (NYK) 5... Steals: Mike Kim (NYK) 5, Caleb Lui (WAS) 5, Jason Crowell (MBX) 4... Blocks: Askia Davis (MBX) 6, Jin Hong (NYK) 3, Keith Markovich (BOO) 3
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2K14 SUM CHAMPIONS - FASTBREAK NYCFBNYC, 9.19.14
Short-handed Breakers shock AXA to defend title

In a game no one thought they could win, Fastbreak NYC found a way



MLK HS, NYC -- It's not that the 4th seeded Breakers were huge underdogs entering the playoffs, they were defending a repeat championship. It's that they were coming into this title game without MVP (F)
Youssef Hulse who had scored game-winning baskets in both their previous chips. And, they wouldn't even have 6-7 (C) Reid Wittman who was playing his best ball in the post-season.
SUM 2014 PREMIER CHAMPIONSHIP
PLAYER OF THE GAME

Garrett James
Pos: G
Exp: 6th Season
Ht: 5-10
Wt: 185 lbs

Player Profile
PPG FG% RPG APG SPG TPG 
23.0^
.500 8.0* 4.0* 3.0* 6.0
*Team-high. ^Game-high.
(2) Team AXA
(4) Fastbreak NYC
63
Final 71
Other Top Performers
(2) Team AXA
(4) Fastbreak NYC
S.McLeod
Pts: 21
Reb: 10
Ast: 2
Stl: 2
Blk: 0
W. Haile
Pts: 17
Reb: 8
Ast: 3
Stl: 1
Blk: 3
Game Leaders
  AXA FBN
Points S. McLeod 21
G. James 23
Rebounds S. Deadwyler 11
Haile/James 8
Assists L. Lans 4
Bartlett/James 4
Steals S. Deadwyler 5
G. James 3
Blocks K. Merrick 2
W. Haile 3
INSIDE THE STATS

FBN finished the game with 55% shooting, a Premier Division record for a title game.

AXA beat FBN 26-9 in rebounding in the 2nd half. They also got off 34 more shots, an FBNYC record high disparity in a title game.

FBN (G) Garrett James has won a title in all but one 1 of his 6 seasons he has played.
The Breakers would have to face a fully loaded AXA team that had manhandled perennial powerhouse BBR in the Semis. AXA was on a roll, entering the game with a no. 2 seed having won 4 straight gms. AXA big man (C) Stedford McLeod had proven to be the league's most dominant big, and the back court combo of (G) Sam Deadwyler & (G) Leonard Lans had been devastating to opposing guards.

It was to be an uphill battle for FBN, except that wasn't. Suddenly an undersized team with no Hulse or Wittman, the Breakers had to adjust their strategy. They went to a zone. McLeod was going to be their toughest match-up, but rather than deny him the ball, FBN defenders stood their ground, and denied guard penetration. They let McLeod to receive the ball, then attacked his dribble when he put it on the floor. FBN was willing to give up the 3 ball, and AXA never capitalized.

It was an effective game-plan as (C) Ezra Hoover and (F) James Bartlett also made it tough for AXA to finish around the basket by using their length to challenge shots. Missed opportunities started to wear on AXA, making them press a bit too hard on offensive and defense. Their pressure D, typically very opportunistic, seemed mostly out of position as FBN broke the press by passing over the top of double teams and finding either a streaking (G) Pat Armstrong or (F) Will Haile to finish. FBN held a shocking 39-20 lead going into the half, and they were going to need every bit of it.

AXA wasn't going away quietly. Even as McLeod struggled in the 1st half, they continued to go to him in the 2nd. And, he was punishing an FBN front-line that was getting tired. Before the end of the 3rd qtr, they fouled out FBN (C) Ezra Hoover who was playing his best game all season. This was AXA's chance. Their defensive intensity picked up, but more important was their hustle on the offensive boards led by Deadwyler and (F) Kareem Merrick. They dominated FBN on the glass, and McLeod took over, scoring 16 of his team-high 21 pts in the 2nd half. But, despite the effort, AXA still wasn't making shots at a high rate, and the window was starting to close as time was running out.

In the 4th qtr, AXA got it as close as 6 pts, but no closer. FBN (G) Garrett James found a way to score every time they needed to hold off AXA. In the final minute, AXA put FBN on the line 8 times to extend the game. They made 6, just enough to hold on to perhaps the most unlikely championship win in FBNYC history. -- FBNYC
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