OVERALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Premier Division
1. Fastbreak NYC (5-2)
2.
Boomtown (5-2)
3. Basketball Reasons (5-2)
4.
Monstars (5-2)
5. NYK Spartans (4-3)
6
.
MediaBrix (3-4)
7. Washington Bullets (1-6)
8. Singularity (0-7)

1st Division
1. Doris From Rego Park (5-2)
2
. Bloomberg (5-2)
3. Warriors (4-3)
4. That 70s Team (4-3)
5
. NY Dynasty (4-3)
6. Shhmurda Team (3-4)
7
. Sexy Bears (3-4)
8. Top Stars (0-7)

2nd Division
Oriental Conference
1.
Let It Fly (6-1)
2. Tri-State InvAsian (5-2)
3. Gritty Committee (4-3)
4
. Thunder Dragons (4-3)
5. Raptors (4-3)
6
. No Fly Zone (4-3)

7. Guard Me Maybe (3-4)
8
. All White Everything (3-4)
9
. MediaBrix (2-5)
10. Ball So Hard (1-6)

Occidental Conference
1. TAP NY (5-2)
2
. W
e Dem Boyz (5-2)
3. Kung Fu Pandas (5-2)
4. SK War Dog (4-3)
5. Gritty FOB City (4-3)
6. Sex Panthers (3-4)
7. Team JBH (3-4)
8. Japan United (3-4)
9
. Dirk Knights (2-5)
10. Big Red Balls (0-7)

Speedball
1. NY Dynasty (7-1)
2. Free Agents (6-2)
3
. Spa Ramen 2.0 (5-3)
4. B Team (3-5)
5. TAP NY (1-6)
6. NY Titans (1-6)






















 

FBNYC 3-on-3 LeagueFBNYC, 7.2.08
Hey FBNYCers,

Try this on for size... taking a cue from ZogSports, we're considering a 3-on-3 half court league. We all love the AsianHoops.com annual Summer 3-on-3, so why not run a league. Everybody gets burn, everybody gets touches and its easier to get 4-5 friends to commit than 10. I copied that almost verbatim from the ZogSports.com website.

So here's how it would work...
Every team will get (8) game days. On each game day, teams will play (3) games against the same opponent with 2:00 minute breaks in between. Each game will last 15:00 minutes and be officiated by an official referee. That's 24 total games!!! Every individual win/loss will be tallied in the league standings. Only the top 8 teams in the league will make the playoffs.

Entry fees for each team will be determined upon the number of teams that participate but it will be no more than $400.00 for a maximum of 5 players.  We are considering three different leagues for varying skill levels and with various features:

MEN'S OPEN DIVISION

Most competitive division. Open to any skill level, each team is allowed (1) non-Asian player. Features:

- All games will be officially scored and refereed. Stats and standings will be posted to the website.

- Trophies for 1st and 2nd pl.  and t-shirts for Champions.

- $500.00 GRAND PRIZE and free entry to next season (only with same roster).
MEN'S REC. DIVISION

For recreation league players looking to get a good run. All players in this league must be at least 1/4 Asian descent.

- All games will be officially scored and refereed. Stats and standings will be posted to the website.

- Trophies for 1st and 2nd pl. Champions receive t-shirts and free entry to next season (only with same roster).


COED DIVISION

This division is strictly for fun. (1) female player must be on the court at all times. This league is open to everyone.

- All games will be officially scored and refereed. Stats and standings will be posted to the website.

- Trophies for 1st and 2nd pl. Champions receive t-shirts and free entry to next season (only with same roster).


BASIC RULES - These basic guidelines would apply to all leagues.

- 3-on-3, substitutions can be made any deadball.
- Each game lasts 15:00 minutes with stop clock in the final 2:00 minutes.
- 24-sec. shot-clock by scorekeepers count --keeper will announce 5-secs left.
- FGs are worth 2 pts, 3FGs are 3, FTs are 1, just like in full-court.

- 2 FTs will be awarded for shooting fouls, 3 for 3FGs, 2 FTs bonus after 5 team fouls.
- Ball changes possession after each basket and has to be "checked."
- All changes in possession have to be taken behind the 3-pt line.
All games would be played Wednesday nights from 7-10pm at MLK High School (65th Street & Amsterdam Ave.) unless otherwise notified. If this is something you're interested in, please contact Ren Hsieh (ren@fastbreaknyc.com) or post a comment below.


2K8 SPR End-of-Season AwardsFBNYC, 4.24.08

Tony takes 2nd MVP in four seasons
The Difference sprang the Fury into contention in another career season

Another season and another set of career-highs (19.0 ppg, .569 FG%, .849 FT%) for FBK's difference-maker (F) Tony Hu. Hu's 19.0 ppg was topped only by BTR (F) Christian Stevens and his 9.5 rpg once again put him in the league's Top 10. Both stats were integral to the league's best regular season record (6-2, tied with DLE) and highest scoring offense (65.0 ppg). --
FBNYC


Runner-Ups: Christian Stevens (BTR), Yoshi Kagitomi (DLE)


F | Tony Hu (FBK) | 6-3, 215 lbs | Profile
GP
PPG  FG% FT% RPG
APG SPG BPG 
6
19.0*
.569^
.849^ 9.5* 3.0* 1.2 0.5
*Top 10 in league.  ^Leads league.

2K7 FALL Defensive MVP

F | Alfred Vaca (BTR) | Profile
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG 
4
7.0
12.0* 1.8 1.5* 3.0^
*Top 10. ^Leads league.

Runner-Up: Ming Meonske (FBK)
2K7 FALL Most Outstanding Rookie

F | Bang Takenouchi (DLE) | Profile
GP
PPG  FG% 3FG%
APG SPG
8
11.0
.524*
.485^ 6.1* 2.0*
*Top 10 in league. ^Leads league.

Runner-up: Yoshi Kagitomi (DLE)

2K7 FALL Most Improved Player

F | Roger Redhead (FBK) | Profile
GP
PPG FG% 3FG%
RPG SPG
6
17.7*
.467* .366* 3.0 0.7
*Top ten in league.  ^Leads league.

Runner-up: Jeff Moy (FBK)
2K7 FALL Sixth Man Award

F | Varun Bhartiya (DLE) | Profile
GP
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG
4
11.0
5.6
2.3 0.8 1.3*
*Top 10 in league. ^Leads league.

Runner-up: Todd Powell (TCB)


FBNYC News: Former MVP Marshall Cho on ESPNFBNYC, 4.23.08
FBNYC News: Marshall "Moz" Cho featured in ESPN Page 2

Due to the unexpected bye week there's been little to post on the site but from time to time we get to hear from former "A" league MVP Marshall Cho all the way from Mozambique, Africa where he does outreach work for Hoops 4 Hope, a global not-for-profit organization that aids youth development throughout southern Africa by providing more than 10,000 school-age children with their Basketball/Life Skills program. Click the link for more info.

Anytime we hear from Marshall, it's usually a pen-worthy occasion and this time is no different. The original face and logo of FBNYC is spotlighted in a Kevin Carroll story on ESPN Page 2. Click here to check it out. -- FBNYC



2K7 FALL Championship & Playoff RecapFBNYC, 2.11.08


Ageless Kagitomi lifts Dreamleague East to 1st FBNYC title

Forward Yoshi Kagitomi put the finishing touches on a total team effort for the Dreamers


MLK HS -- In a throwback to the early days of Fastbreak NYC, and to accommodate a smaller than usual number of teams in the playoffs, the Commish greenlit FBNYC's last team standing style post-season where it all happens in one day. The best shall stand. The rest shall fall. And on this day, Dreamleague East proved to be the best in FB. -- FBNYC
FBNYC 2K7 FALL "A" Championship MVP


34-year-old veteran (F) Yoshi Kagitomi took over for the Dreamers when it counted most, converting on DLE's last 4 FGs including a breakaway dunk to ice the finish.
PTS FG% FT% REB BLK 
17
8-16 (.500) 1-1 (.429) 9^ 1
*Lead team.  ^Lead all.
DREAMLEAGUE EAST
NYC Fury Blue
57
46
Other Top Performers
DREAMLEAGUE EAST
NYC FURY BLUE

U. Nasrudeen
Pts: 20
Reb: 5
Ast: 2
Stl: 3
Blk: 0

F. Alfonso
Pts: 18
Reb: 4
Ast: 0
Stl: 2
Blk: 1
Game Leaders
  DLE FBE
Points U. Nasrudeen 20
F. Alfonso 18
Rebounds Y. Kagitomi 9
C. Youn 6
Assists B. Takenouchi 6
Choi/Youn 2
Steals U. Nasrudeen 3
Alfonso/Youn 2
Blocks [3 players] 1
F. Alfonso 1

INSIDE THE STATS

After shooting a red-hot 58% in their 1st round match-up with TCB, the Dreamers managed only 39% in the Chip. Credit that to FBE's athletic and swarming defense. The Blue, however, shot only 28% from the field. That, too can be credited to DLE's equally stifling defenders.

Despite reaching the line 28 times to DLE's 13, the Fury Blue could only convert on 68% of their freebies. Compare that to DLE's 85% shooting from the charity stripe.
CHARLES BOK LEE'S ANALYSIS

It was a helluva game. After shocking the 2nd seed NYC Fury Black, the Fury Blue came into the Chip riding high and winning 5 out of their last 6 games. Despite coming out a little sluggish, likely a victim of the 2-hr layoff, give the Blue a little credit. They fought back after giving up a 14-pt lead. But in the end, the shots just weren't falling and DLE's shots were.

The Dreamers' backcourt was deadly from the perimeter, and just the same the shots from FBE weren't falling. The energy that (G) James Choi was popping with in the opening round just didn't carry over to the second.

Backcourt mate (G) Fellipe Alfonso did his best to carry the struggling squad but after 5-9 behind the arc vs. FBK, he couldn't find the net on any of his 6 attempts. In the end, it was all (F) Yoshi Kagitomi. Despite FBE's suffocating defense, they decided to leave him in single coverage. Yoshi came through huge, and that's why he's the MVP of the Chip. -- C.B. Lee

KENNY "THE JET" LI'S ANALYSIS

Not gonna say much that Charles hasn't already, except to add that aside from Yoshi's late 2nd half heroics, the DLE back-court was killing it. After nearly racking up a triple-double in their 1st rd matchup with The Clockblockers, (G) Usama Nasrudeen followed it up with an assortment of long-range daggers (4-7 3FGs) that helped put the Dreamers up early and seal the deal late.

His backcourt mate, (G) Bang Takenouchi was equally an impact. Stifling FBE's Choi on defense and tallying 6 assists, none more memorable than the between the legs bounce to a streaking Kagitomi for the photo finish. In all, it was a team effort, whether it was (F) Wilson Wang's clutch 3-pointer, (G) Vince Sutherland's hustle or (F) Brian Yang and (C) Len Kamdang's timely offensive boards, the Dreamers had all the bases covered. --
K.J. Li
BOX SCORE | PHOTOS

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