OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. MediaBrix (4-1)
2. Dribbling Seamen (4-2)
3. Basketball Reasons (3-2)
4. Goat Herders (3-2)
5. Team AXA (3-2)
6. Fastbreak NYC (3-3)
7. Top Stars (3-3)
8. The Monstars (2-3)
9. Renegades (2-3)
10. Free Agents (0-6)

1st Division
1. Rockstars (5-1)
2. NYC Gritty Committee (5-1)
3. iVentureCap (4-2)
4. Sexy Bears (4-2)
5. That 70s Team (4-2)
6. Renaissance Men (4-2)
7. Dem Boyz (1-5)
8. Warriors (1-6)
9. NYCE (0-7)

2nd Division
1. Sex Panthers (5-1)
2. TAP NY (5-1)
3. SK War Dog (5-1)
4. Raptors (4-2)
5. That 70s Team (3-3)
6. Spaghetti Ramen (2-4)
7. NYC Gritty Committee (2-4)
8. Ball Handles (2-5)
9. Running Suckers (0-7)























 

2K10 SPR Championship PreviewFBNYC, 5.20.10
THE CHAMPIONSHIP
(3) Hypebeasts vs. (4) NYC Fury | Sunday (5/23) 2:30pm @ MLK HS

KEY PLAYERS
G. Chan
25.0 ppg
11.0 rpg
2.0 apg
2.5 bpg
B. Picone
10.5 ppg
18.0 rpg
2.0 apg
6.0 bpg
ANALYSIS: I'd be tempted to call the Fury the hottest team in the league right now as they have seemed to come out of nowhere in their return trip to the Chip but the Hypebeasts have made it look real easy to get this far, averaging a whopping 78 ppg in the process. Yes, there was that blowout against the Crossbearers but more impressively, they also put The Agents to rest with 83 total points.

Not only that, they have two players averaging 20+ ppg in (F) George Chan and (F) Jason Wu with 25 ppg and 21.5 ppg respectively. While captain (G) Ian Yu is putting up 7 apg. Those are certainly some impressive numbers but NYF has "Playoff Rommel" on tap. (G) Rommel Dolar is once again dominating the post season but perhaps even less so than teammate 6-6 (C) Bryant Picone, that 18 rpg and 6 bpg is not a misprint. "Paul Bunyan" simply annihilated the Quicks in the semis but one thing HYP does have is more beef in Chan and (C) Howie Chu.

X-FACTOR
: HYP's Wu has been the difference since their slump toward the end of the season to where they are now. He gives them an extra dimension, a guy who could be a featured scorer but feeds well off of Yu and Chan. He's athletic and as good a defender as he is in the open court. And, his jumpshot has been surprisingly consistent. For NYF, it's been (G) Alex Cho all season. When he's hitting his jumper, the Fury are hard to contain. With Dolar getting to the rim whenever he wants, Cho will get a lot of looks.
-- The Jet

Hypebeasts
GR GR NYC Fury
Advantage
(G) Ian Yu



B+



A



(G) Rommel Dolar



The self-proclaimed "Yulogy" has had an off season trying to balance his large roster but he's been solid in the playoffs. Dolar is on his way to another All-Tourney Team berth.
(G) Sam Jenkins



B



B+



(G) Joe Kim



HYP's best deep threat hasn't quite found the stroke so far but he's capable of heating up quick. Kim returns, though still not 100%, he'll replace (G) James Choi on the roster.
(G) Jason Wu



A



B+



(G) Alex Cho



Wu gives HYP a bigger line-up than NYF but Cho has been dynamic, finding ways to score inside and out. NYF, however, can't afford to be pulled out of their zone.
(F) George Chan



A+



B-



(F) Rich Chang



"Big" George has destroyed front-courts so far this post-season but they haven't played any team as big as NYF. Chang played through a bad sprain in the semis. He is questionable.
(C) Howie Chu



B+



A+



(C) Bryant Picone



As good as Chu has been--and he's been very good--Picone blows those numbers out of the water. The reigning Defensive MVP has simply dominated on the defensive end.
BENCH



B



B+



BENCH



HYP's once deep bench is thinning but if (F) Mamadou Hanne is in, they have a slasher and solid defender. Fury bench, short as it is, has come up big. (F) Pat Layton was huge vs. QIK.

PREDICTIONS: CHARLES BOK LEE KENNY "THE JET" LI
J. VAN GHANDI
S. VAN GHANDI
(3) Hypebeasts
52
55
54
55
(4) NYC Fury
56
54
51
62


2K10 SPR Playoff Results (Week 2)FBNYC, 5.18.10
2K10 SPR PLAYOFF RESULTS
2K10 SPR PLAYOFFS - Semifinals

(1) NYC Quicks
57
(4) NYC Fury
71
Player of the Game
B. Picone (NYF) 16 pts, 22 rebs, 7 blks
recap

 
2K10 SPR Playoffs (Week 12) League Highs... Points: Alex Cho (NYF) 22, Ezra Hoover (QIK) 20... 3FGs: Alex Cho (NYF) 2, James Choi (NYF) 2, Eugene Cleghorn (QIK) 2, Rommel Dolar (NYF) 2, Shaun Young (QIK) 2... Rebounds: Bryant Picone (NYF) 22, [4 players] 6... Assists: James Choi (NYF) 6, Shaun Young (QIK) 4... Steals: Eugene Cleghorn (QIK) 2, Ren Hsieh (QIK) 2, [5 players] 1... Blocks: Bryant Picone (NYF) 7, Ezra Hoover (QIK) 2 
GAME PHOTOS | STANDINGS


2K10 SPR Playoff Preview (Semifinals)FBNYC, 5.14.10
SEMIFINALS
(1) NYC Quicks vs. (4) NYC Fury | Saturday (5/15) 3:00pm @ MLK HS

KEY PLAYERS
R. Hsieh
15.2 ppg
2.4 rpg
4.8 apg
1.5 spg
B. Picone
8.2 ppg
10.8 rpg
1.5 spg
2.1 bpg
ANALYSIS: A joint Fury-Quicks squad just won the 2010 WTA Asian Invitational tournament, so already at least a few of these players are used to advancing in the playoffs. This one should be an interesting match-up, the Quicks have looked good but haven't had the same roster for 2 gms in a row. The Fury have are completely revamped since (G) Joe Kim went down and (G) Steve Chen left for personal reasons. The Quicks are suddenly very undersized with (F) Alex Stewart out of the line-up but if they can get the same effort out of (C) Ezra Hoover as they did in their last game (also vs. NYF), they might be okay.

X-FACTOR: The line-up QIK is old-school Quicks but they'll need (G) "Vegas" Dave Wong on top of his game, scoring in transition and hitting open shots. NYF (F) Pat Layton can be a huge lift for the Fury off the bench if he can get it going offensively. He's tall enough to shoot over the top of the QIK defense and has all-around skills. -- The Jet

NYC Quicks
GR GR NYC Fury
Advantage
(G) Wilson Lew



B+



A



(G) Rommel Dolar



"Playoff Rommel" is back and his speed will keep QIK from playing much man defense. Lew has been hitting the deep ball lately, which will help extend the NYF zone.
(G) Ren Hsieh



A



B



(G) James Choi



This has been a solid season for Hsieh but it's been so long between games it's hard to say where he's at physically. Choi is an undersized shooting guard but is feisty and will get looks.
(G) Dave Wong



B+



B+



(G) Alex Cho



Wong is always capable of putting up big digits in scoring, you can't sleep on him. Cho is past his hot streak earlier in the season but is still more than capable of getting it going again.
(F) Shaun Young



A



B+



(F) Rich Chang



This match-up toppled the top-ranked Fury two seasons ago. Young is really a (G) playing (F). If NYF can stay zone, Chang will be protected and make his usually solid contributions.
(C) Ezra Hoover



B+



A+



(C) Bryant Picone



Historically, Picone has dominated this match up but Hoover made huge strides in their last reg. season game with big numbers. Is it the changing of the guard, or center as it were?
BENCH



C+



B



BENCH



Quicks are short-handed again but shooter (G) Eugene Cleghorn may be returning to the line up. The Fury ahve a scorer in Layton and a big body in (F) Seho Lee.

PREDICTIONS: CHARLES BOK LEE KENNY "THE JET" LI
J. VAN GHANDI
S. VAN GHANDI
(1) NYC Quicks
54
61
65
52
(4) NYC Fury
55
55
62
56


2K10 SPR Top 10 Plays of Week 13FBNYC, 5.11.10
   
 

Still a week behind on highlights but catching up... this week's tracks include Big Boi's new single Shutterbugg, B.o.B.'s Magic feat. Rivers Cuomo and Gabrielle's Dreams. To cop the tracks, click the links.







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