FBNYC Champions League: 2007-08 NBA Fantasy Basketball
Fastbreak NYC presents FBNYC Champions League Fantasy Basketball League for Charity
The NBA is working its way back into the collective consciousness and that only means one thing for us... fantasy basketball. So get that NBA League Pass bill paid and join FBNYC's Champions League to get yourself year-long bragging rights.
The cost is $20 per team. All proceeds will go to FBNYC's Inner-City Youth Camps slated to begin summer 2008. Top 3 winners get gift packages with swag from our friends JerseyRack, Krayola Kicks and Philosokicks.
Only 20 slots are available with a Live Draft scheduled on Sunday (10/28) at 8:30am. There will also be a live draft lottery on Saturday (10/27) at 12:00pm. So sign up ASAP.
To register, click here. Follow NBA.com registration instructions. Search "FBNYC Champions League" and enter "fastbreak" as the password. Be sure to e-mail Ren at email@example.com to confirm.
2K7 SPR End-of-Season Awards
FBNYC 2K7 SPRING MVP HIGHLIGHTS
Just another one of the perks of winning the MVP here at FBNYC. Your very own highlight reel, courtesy of Duke Hogwild.
Here's every mind-blowing slash, spin, slam and swat from 2K7 Spring's MVP, Darren "DJ" Jiang. Click here for the full-sized video on the FBNYC Youtube channel.
EXCLUSIVE DJ UNCENSORED!!!: Click here for rare never-before-seen footage of DJ gone wild. This is not a perk of winning the MVP, but it could be the result of it.
'DJ' is the unanimous choice
Fury forward takes MVP in record-breaking season
There has never been a string of more exciting players come through FBNYC than the past two seasons.
Last season, Christian "Pogo" Stevens swept onto the scene with a dazzling array of dunks, dimes, boards and blocks, easily sweeping up the MVP.
This season, Darren "DJ" Jiang did what should have been impossible. He topped that. With his own array of alley-oop finishes, facials and finding the bucket prolifically from inside and out, DJ's production was unprecedented in FBNYC. His selection as FBNYC MVP was unanimous. Finally finding a offensive system in which he could do his thing, DJ responded night after night with huge numbers, leading his team to a 1st place finish and a Chivas Cup appearance. -- FBNYC Runner-Ups: Tony Hu (CHR), Jon Scheiman (BTR)
The Fluctuations' frontcourt was impenetrable when (C) Brandon Chock, (F) Varun Bhartiya and (F) Punit Menda were --unfortunately, that would only be for three games. All three were Def. MVP candidates, Chock was a cut above.
Defensive MVP Runner-Up: Varun Bhartiya (TFS)
2K7 SPR Most Outstanding Rookie G | Phillip Moon (CHR) | Profile
*Top 10 in league. ^Leads league.
There was no guard more exciting than CHR's Phillip Moon this season. His explosive quickness made him a highlight reel regular, all while making solid contributions to the Royals ORC regular season championship run.
Runner-up: Varun Bhartiya (TFS)
2K7 SPR Most Improved Player G | Will Lee (BEL) | Profile
*Top 10 in league. ^Leads league
In a season full of career bests, BEL (G) Will Lee's numbers topped them all. Lee's 17.9 ppg topped his previous "A" league best by more than 8 ppg. His FG%, 3P% and FT% were all career highs.
A prolific scorer in the "B" league, BEL's svelt forward was instant offense for the B Elite squad this season off the bench. Zeng's .457 shooting from the field and 8.8 rebounds per game were both career highs.
Runner-up: Jeff Tu (BZA)
2K7 SPR All-Star Game
ORI's make All-Star Game no contest In a bit of role reversal from a season ago, the ORI's dominated the 2K7 SUM All-Star Game from tip-off
Occidental Conference ORIENTAL CONFERENCE
Chivas FBNYC "A" League All-Stars (L to R): Oriental Conference - Darren Jiang (FBK), Rathan Haran (TFS), Brandon Chock (TFS), Will Lee (BEL), Varun Bhartiya (TFS), Ren Hsieh (FBK); Occidental Conference - Tony Hu (CHR), Albert Chung (CHR), Phillip Moon (CHR), Jiang Yu (BTR) and Jon Scheiman (BTR).
The game itself was no contest pretty much from beginning to end, but that didn't mean there was any shortage of highlights. Duke Hogwild works his magic with a little help from our friends in Central Asia.