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2K10 SUM Playoff Preview - SEMIFINALSFBNYC, 9.1.10
(1) NYC Fury vs. (3) Asphalt Ninjas | Wednesday (9/1) 8:45pm @ MLK HS

N. Echev.
18.8 ppg 6.3 rpg
5.2 apg
1.3 spg
C. Beach
14.3 ppg
7.9 rpg
2.3 apg
1.6 spg
ANALYSIS: Rumor has it that (F) Nic Echevestre might be out of the line up with a sore back. If ever there was a chance for the Asphalt Ninjas to steal this one, this is it The Ninjas barely escaped their first match-up despite holding a 20+ pt lead through the 1st half. And, the Fury played without Echevestre, (C) Ezra Hoover or (G) Joe Kim. Still, ASN was solid vs. a MonStars team and an all-world effort from (C) Nick Harrington (36 pts, 11 rebs). ASN (F) Brian Villy "Wojo" Womack  (33 pts, 12 rebs) put up his own off the chart numbers in one of the all-time FBNYC games.

X-FACTOR: In their first game (F) Carlito Beach was able to create off the dribble as NYF struggled with his size and versatility. With their full roster, NYF will be able to shift their best defender (F) Varun Manocha over. For ASN, it's depends whether "Playoff Rommel" has arrived yet. (G) Rommel Dolar is a different beast in the post-season.  -- The Jet

NYC Fury
GR GR Asphalt Ninjas
(G) Jake Choi
Yonsei University
5-11, 165 lbs



(G) Rommel Dolar
Baruch College
5-8, 150 lbs

Choi is NYF's best 1-on-1 player but tends to freelance at times. Still, when he's on, he's tough to stop. Dolar hasn't had a strong reg. season but it's all about playoffs for him.
(G) Joe Kim
5-11, 175 lbs



(G) Andy Singleton
6-0, 195 lbs

A former MVP and Def MVP, Kim has been key to the Fury success while rarely scoring. Singleton is a shooter who's had his ups and downs but can also contribute other ways.
(G) Nic Echevestre
UC Santa Cruz
6-4, 195 lbs



(G) Carlito Beach
6-2, 225 lbs

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) Vick Manocha
Cooper Union
6-4, 215 lbs



(F) Brian Womack
6-3, 190 lbs

Manocha gives NYF a deep threat and their most versatile defender, as does Womack for ASN but to a level perhaps only he could have predicted until last week.
(C) Ezra Hoover
6-5, 190 lbs



(C) Danny Manning
6-5, 260 lbs

If Hoover can stay mobile and get out on the break, he can find success against ASN's very large front-court. Manning is very big and if he's in position, there's no moving him.
(G) Ren Hsieh
(G) G. James
(C) Mo Ghumman



(G) Wilson Lew
(G) Tyquawn Goode
(F) Joel Capili
(C) Shion Campbell
(C) Brian Nilsen
The Fury don't have a deep bench but every player coming off could be starting for any other team. James typically finishes games while Hsieh has made the biggest sacrifice in time. The Ninjas bench is deep with guys who can make an impact.

(1) NYC Fury

(3) Asphalt Ninjas


2K10 SUM Playoff PreviewFBNYC, 8.25.10
Connex finish as league's no. 1

Despite a rough start to the season, DBC finishes with top seed

The mid-to-low seeds haven't been finalized just yet but the playoff picture looks pretty clear. Here are some notes on how each team looks going into the post-season. There are certainly some legitimate contenders in the Top 2 seeds but everyone else looks like a wild card. There's really not that much disparity in talent, no one finished this season undefeated. So, let's let the playoffs begin already. -- Kenny "The Jet" Li
FASTBREAK NYC 2K10 SUM Playoff Preview
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments




The truth is they have looked shaky in some games but DBC ended up where they've always thought they belonged, with the no. 1 seed. A rough start at 0-2, they haven't lost since. Sadly, they will lose (F) Jin Hong to school but (F) Stan Grayson should be solid. KEY PLAYERS: (F) Tony Hu (DBC) 10 ppg, 5.7 rpg; (G) Mike Kim 11.7 ppg, 3 apg




The Fury had a stretch of 2 losses with (F) Nic Echevestre out of the line up but have dominated with him in the mix. They'll have to play an extra game to get there now but the Chip is their only goal. KEY PLAYERS: (F) Nic Echevestre 18.8 ppg, 5.2 apg; (G) Jake Choi 16 ppg, 4.1 rpg




When they're hitting 3s, they look unstoppable. (F) Kevin Quach has elevated his game when the Kings play without dynamo (G) Nick Mui. Losing (F) Joe Vines to school will hurt but (F) Dave Wiggins and (C) Burton Williams will be eligible giving MNK size with that speed. KEY PLAYERS: Nick Mui 23 ppg, 4.5 apg; Kevin Quach 13.4 ppg, 4.4 rpg




The Ninjas certainly have plenty of size and at least two players with great speed in (G) Rommel Dolar and (G) Tyquawn Goode. They also have a solid scorer in (F) Carlito Beach. They've looked real good and alternately real bad. This team is the wild card. KEY PLAYERS: Carlito Beach 12.8 ppg, 6.7 rpg; Tyquawn Goode 10.5 ppg, 4.8 apg




When this team outplays their opponent and they usually do, the always have a chance to win. And, when (G) Usama Nausrudeen is making shots they can really surprise you. As it is, they've lost too many to be a real contender but they do have that early season W vs. DBC. KEY PLAYERS: Usama Nausrudeen 26 ppg, 4.7 rpg; (F) Aaron Fisher 11 ppg, 7.8 rpg




Everything rides on (C) Nick Harrington. The enter team is designed with him as the centerpiece, he makes everyone else better. Without him, the MonStars are as good as eliminated. KEY PLAYERS: Nick Harrington 21.2 ppg, 9.8 rpg; (G) Anthony Plunkett 10.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg




Just last spring, they were Urban Professionals champs so this has been a tough season to say the least but they have looked good in come back wins vs. MNK and ASN. You just never know. KEY PLAYERS: (G) Ram Parekh 16 ppg, 3.8 rpg; (F) Kareem Merrick 10.2 ppg, 9 rpg.

2K10 SUM Weekly Awards (Wk 9)FBNYC, 8.24.10
Aaron Fisher (AOD)
F | 6-3 | 215 lbs
Week 9 Stats
PPG: 17.0
RPG: 6.0
BPG: 4.0

Not much of the OCC in action but Fisher was strong in AOD's perhaps surprising win over a seemingly more talented BOI team. Fisher finally seemed to get his bearings against the substantially larger big men in the BLUE this season.

Runner-Up: Anthony Plunkett (MON) 11 pts, 4 rebs
Jake Choi (NYF)
G | 5-11 | 165 lbs
Week 9 Stats
PPG: 34.0
3FG: 5.0
RPG: 4.0

The game was a blow-out win but setting the BLUE's single game scoring high this season can't go without some mention. Choi was hot right off the bat and kept it going throughout the game to a relatively easy win vs. Yea Boi.

Runner-Up: Kevin Quach (MNK) 18 pts, 6 3FGs

The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Anthony Nurse (BOI) 10 rebs 4 stls

Nurse returns to the Sam Lo by way of unbridled passion for the ball. He loves that bouncing orange thing and will do anything it takes to get it.

Runner-Up: Jon Yevin (BOI) 13 rebs, 2 stls, 1 blk
Defensive Player of the Week

Ian Yu (ASN) 4 rebs, 6 stls

In a game they did not lead until late in the 2nd qtr, it was Yu who changed the game, closing off the passing lanes in transition.

Runner-Up: Shion Campbell (ASN) 2 stls, 4 blks
The High-5 Club

Jake Choi (NYF) 11-1-3-4-1
Jon Yevin (BOI) 14-13-2-2-1
Rommel Dolar (ASN) 7-8-5-3-1
Ezra Hoover (NYF) 13-6-1-1-1
Ren Hsieh (NYF) 5-3-9-1-1
Dave Jacoby (BOI) 14-8-2-1-1
Garrett James (NYF) 17-3-2-3-1
Len Kamdang (AOD) 1-7-2-1-1
Kareem Merrick (BOI) 8-10-3-2-3
Kevin Quach (MNK) 18-3-2-3-1

Lamar Smith (AOD) 8-4-3-2-2

Discorama Rookie of the Week

G. James (NYF) 17.5 ppg, 3.5 spg

James is turning it on as the playoffs near and the Fury have a very solid replacement for (G) Roman Perez. James can fill it up in a hurry.

RU: Ram Parekh (BOI) 16 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 2 spg

The "John Starks" Award

A. Singleton (ASN) | 0-12 FGs (.000)

Singleton is a shooter and has been known to hit a big shot or two. For some reason, he just couldn't buy one vs. MNK and they needed him.

Dishonorable Mention: Ian Yu (MNK) 2-11 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Roger Stovall (BOI) | 0-6 FTs (.000)

Stovall hasn't shot well this season and this won't help. You can't help but wonder if the outcome could have been different had he made them.

Dishonorable Mention: Ezra Hoover (NYF) 1-4 FTs

2K10 SUM Week 9 ResultsFBNYC, 8.20.10
Monkey Kings (3-4)
Asphalt Ninjas (3-4)
Player of the Game
Kevin Quach (MNK) 18 pts, 6 3FGs, 3 stls

NYC Fury (5-2)
The MonStars (3-5)
Player of the Game
Nic Echevestre (NYF) 22 pts, 4 rebs, 2 stls

Yea Boi (2-4)
Audacity of Dope (3-3)
Player of the Game
Aaron Fisher (AOD) 17 pts, 6 rebs, 4 stls

NYC Fury (6-2) 78
Yea Boi (2-5) 63
Player of the Game
Jake Choi (NYF) 34 pts, 5 3FGs, 4 rebs

Week 9 League Highs... Points: Jake Choi (NYF) 34, Nic Echevestre (NYF) 22... 3FGs: Kevin Quach (MNK) 6, Jake Choi (NYF) 5... Rebounds: Jon Yevin (BOI) 13, [3 players] 10... Assists: Ren Hsieh (NYF) 9, Nic Echevestre (NYF) 8... Steals: Ian Yu (MNK) 6, [8 players] 4... Blocks: Shion Campbell (ASN) 4, Kareem Merrick 3

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