Premier Division
1. Asphalt Ninjas (7-0)
2. NY Dynasty (6-1)
3. Principal Solutions (5-2)
4. Meta World War (4-3)
5. NYK Spartans (3-4)
6. Basketball Reasons (3-4)
7. Broke Jokes (3-4)
8. Menergy (2-5)
9. The Monstars (1-6)
10. Boomtown (1-6)

1st Division

1. NY Dynasty (5-0)
2. Sexy Bears (4-2)
3. Chiefs (4-2)
4. Sexy Bears (4-2)
5. Adam D Gamblers (2-4)
6. Bronx-Lebanon HC (2-4)
7. Doris From Rego Park (1-5)
8. Occupy Ball Street (0-5)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1. No Fly Zone (6-1)
2. Honey Badgers (5-1)

2. Raining Rosebuds (5-2)
Rockstars (5-2)
5. Bunny Rabbits (4-3)

6. Space Jam (4-3)

7. Raptors (4-3)
8. Thunder Explode (3-3)
9. R.N.S. (3-4)

10. Top Stars (3-4)

11. Tri-State InvAsian (2-4)
12. Shawn Kemp's Kids (2-5)
13. NYC Gritty Committee (1-5)
14. MediaBrix (1-6)

Occidental Conference
1. Ball So Hard (5-1)
2. SK War Dog (5-2)
3. Bucketz (5-2)
4. TAP NY (5-2)
5. Rise Again (4-2)
6. Gritty FOB City (4-2)
7. We Dem Boyz (4-3)

8. Brick City (3-3)

9. Sex Panthers (3-3)
10. Team JBH (3-4)
11. Wolverines (2-5)
12. Guard Me Maybe (1-5)
13. Japan United (1-6)
14. Yu Tang Clan (0-7)

1. Ball So Hard (3-1)
2. MediaBrix (2-2)
3. TAP NY (2-2)
4. B Team (2-2)
5. X1 (1-3)


2K10 SPR Game of the Week (Wk 4)FBNYC, 2.12.10

Every week, FBNYC's panel of writers and staff will try to showcase what they predict to be the best or most interesting match-up of the week so you can all know which game to look for.
Hypebeasts vs. NYC Quicks | Saturday (2/13) 4:15pm @ MLK HS

I. Yu
10.0 ppg
4.0 rpg
2.0 apg
2.0 spg
A. Stewart
12.0 pp
8.0 rpg
4.0 spg
1.0 bpg
ANALYSIS: This is an interesting game of match-ups. Whereas HYP has the speed/athleticism advantage at the guard, QIK has it in the low-post. Who can take advantage of whom will ultimately dictate the outcome. Losing (F) James Li and so far without (F) Jason Wu, HYP is lacking the versatility and D that made them so deadly last season. But additions (G) Samuel Jenkins and (F) Mamadou Hanne certainly add athleticism.

For the Quicks, the addition (G) Ren Hsieh
and the return of (G) "Vegas" Dave Wong means more firepower, which QIK needed in dry spots last season. These two can manufacture points. (F) Eugene Cleghorn has also shown a knack for scoring out in transition and from deep. Not to mention (F) Shaun Young seemingly shooting well again. The Quicks weakness is defense but the Hypebeasts offense is often inconsistent. If it's a shoot-out, something's gotta give. -- Kenny "The Jet" Li

GR GR NYC Quicks
(G) Leon Chu



(G) Wilson Lew

Lew has slowed but is crafty and can still fill it up from deep. Chu has taken a backseat for Yu but can still make big plays on defense and on the offensive boards.
(G) Ian Yu



(G) Ren Hsieh

Based on last week's efficient 15 pts, Hsieh's shooting touch has returned and displays a fluidity and confidence he's lacked for awhile. Yu is the reigning MVP. 'Nuff said.
(F) Sam Jenkins



(G) Kenneth Van

Jenkins showed signs of a big-time scorer in Week 1 but tapered off late. Van struggled to find a groove in QIK's first game but is very capable of big numbers.
(F) Dave Liu



(F) Alex Stewart

Liu always does solid blue collar work. And, so does Stewart, except he adds a dynamic element that makes him one of the league's elite players.
(C) Howard Chu



(C) Ezra Hoover

Chu may be the bulkiest center on the block and he has a deft touch around the basket. But, he may struggle with the lankier, more athletic Hoover.




If Chan and Wu show up, it may shift the HYP line-up, needless to say, whoever, it is, that's a solid bench. The Quicks are also very deep on offense. Young and Wong averaged 16 ppg and 19.4 ppg just two seasons ago.

63 62 65
NYC Quicks

2K10 SPR Top 10 Plays of Week 1 & 2FBNYC, 2.5.10

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2K10 SPR Season PreviewFBNYC, 2.3.10
2K10 SPR Season Preview

For the first time, Fastbreak NYC's ELITE (BLUE) division will also serve as a scouting league for Asian pro leagues, the BJ League and Asean Basketball League. Accordingly, this may be the most talented group of teams we've ever had. Here's the breakdown...

Projected Starters 2K9 FALL Statistics
(G) Steven Chen
6.8 ppg, 2.7 spg B+
(G) Joe Kim
22.3 ppg, 2.4 spg
(F) Rob Toste
6.4 ppg, 4.8 apg
(F) Rich Chang 9.6 ppg, 8.0 rpg B
(C) Bryant Picone
11.9 rpg, 2.1 bpg
Defending Champions
2K9 FALL Record: 5-3
Projected Record: 6-2

Despite 2K9 FALL Chip MVP (G) Rommel Dolar taking the season off, the defending champs are your Pre-Season no. 1. And, that's because (G) Joe Kim is back. After (F) Harris Chung left for Hong Kong following the 2K9 FALL season, (G) Drew Chen took over the reins of the Slayers and dropped them down to the WHITE league. Kim decided to return to the team that made him a league MVP in 2K9 SPR.

With him will be the usual suspects, (G) Alex Cho, (G) Steven Chen, (F) Rich Chang and 2K9 FALL Defensive MVP (C) Bryant Picone. Losing Dolar and veteran (F) Daniel Kweon will be tough but joining NYF will be versatile (F) Rob Toste, rookie (F) Seho Lee and possibly Chinatown favorite (F) Will Cheung. His addition is as of yet unconfirmed but with or without him, NYF will return the same size and dynamism that made them a Championship team.
2.) Hypebeasts
2K9 FALL Record: 6-2
Projected Record: 5-3

The Hypebeasts were one poor game from making it to the Chip last season and 2K9 FALL MVP (G) Ian Yu won't soon forget it. The core is back, brothers (C) Howard Chu, (G) Leon Chu and reportedly (F) Jason Wu give them a tough and athletic young group. Veteran All-FBNYC (C) George Chan should also return.

The spot left by (F) James Li who departed to bring his own expansion franchise will be tough to fill but in his place is the reliable (F) Dave Liu. New additions also report a surprise cameo from (F) Mamadou AKA 40 Cal from the K1X Lower Manhattan Classic.

Projected Starters 2K9 FALL Statistics
(G) Leon Chu
4.7 ppg, 2.9 apg
(G) Ian Yu
13.3 ppg, 5.6 apg A+
(F) Jason Wu
12.8 ppg, 2.2 spg B+
(F) George Chan 11.2 ppg, 7.7 rpg A
(C) Howard Chu 8.8 ppg, 6.2 rpg B+
3.) NYC Quicks
2K9 FALL Record: 4-4
Projected Record: 5-3

The NYC Quicks return with virtually the same roster intact but (G) Ren Hsieh has replaced (G) Jason Chin in their two-point attack. If Hsieh is healthy again, he will give them a playmaker off the bounce they lacked last season. The return of veteran (G) "Vegas" Dave Wong gives them yet more firepower from the guard position.

(F) Alex Stewart, (F) Vic Chia and (C) Pat Pilar are welcome sights to bolster the low block but standout (C) Ezra Hoover has yet to confirm his spot. There should be some new faces as well as the return of versatile (F) Shaun Young despite his shooting woes last season.

Projected Starters 2K9 FALL Statistics
(G) Wilson Lew 8.9 ppg, 5.2 apg B
(G) Ren Hsieh 4.0 ppg, 5.2 apg
(F) Kenneth Van 8.6 ppg, 4.0 rpg B
(F) Alex Stewart 11.3 ppg, 5.7 rpg A
(C) Pat Pilar 11.8 ppg, 5.4 rpg
4.) Audacity of Dope
2K9 FALL Record: 2-6
Projected Record: 4-4

Captain (C) Len Kamdang brings back his AOD team with a bolstered front line and a new PG in the backcourt. Well-traveled vet (G) Jason Chin will give AOD more ball control guard than last season's stellar scorer (G) Usama Nausrudeen. What AOD needed more will be soon apparent.

(G) Andrew Hara will also return but AOD's biggest additions will be in the front-court as former Chip MVP (F) Yoshi Kagitomi and (F) Wilson Wang join the team. Both are veterans who bring a lot of savvy and much needed front-court scoring into the mix.

Projected Starters 2K9 FALL Statistics
(G) Jason Chin
13.0 ppg, 5.6 apg
(G) Andrew Hara
7.1 ppg, 5.3 apg B
(F) Wilson Wang
N/A B+
(F) Yoshi Kagitomi
(C) Len Kamdang
11.1 ppg, 9.1 rpg
5.) NY Crossbearers
2K9 FALL Record: N/A
Projected Record: 2-6

Veteran (F) James Li brings Chinatown stand-by, the NY Crossbearers, comprised of his longtime teammates for their first official FBNYC campaign. Lightning quick (G) Dave Zheng will be on the roster as well as lanky sharpshooter (F) David Li along with some new faces.

Unfortunately, as a new team, the Crossbearers get the default low-ranking. And, a glaring lack of size on their roster doesn't help either. But, then again, they ordered more than 16 jerseys so it's possible there will be more than just the 8 listed on the current roster.

Projected Starters 2K9 FALL Statistics
(G) David Zheng
(G) KinMan Mak
(F) David Li
(F) James Li
9.4 ppg, 6.7 rpg
(C) Danny Lung

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