You know, I--I really... I really didn't think it could get much better than last week... but damn if I weren't wrong as porno mags in the airport bookstore. Hot tracks. Hot 'lights. The hits keep on comin'.
FBNYC 2K6 FALL 3-Point Shootout
The following gunners have been selected to participate in the Fastbreak NYC 3-Point Shootout:
Austin Han (FAS) Kenny Ho (SSS) Manzure Maula (WA-G) John Park (INI-D) Kevin Quach (STR) Roger Redhead (NYCFoF) Jon Scheiman (BTR) Paul Shen (PS1)
Alternates: Chris Youn (NYCFoF): replacing Austin Han Dave Scheiman (BTR): replacing John Park Liren Teng (FBNYC): replacing Paul Shen
Please RSVP either by e-mail (email@example.com) or via the comment box. If you cannot make it, we have alternates who can fill your spot.
SHOOTOUT RULES Each contestant will be allowed to shoot as many times as possible in 60 seconds. Every make will count as one point. Two balls will be available to shoot and FBNYC will provide two rebounders. If preferred, every contestant is allowed to bring up to (2) teammates to rebound.
There are (5) spots from which to shoot: baseline (2), wing (2) and the top of the key. Only one shot is allowed per spot.
Each contestant will start from the baseline of their choice and move his way around. Repeat as many times as possible in 60 seconds. Contestants can choose to reverse direction after reaching opposite baseline. There will be two rounds. One Preliminary Round where the shooters are split into two groups of four and a Final Round. The highest score from each group in the preliminary round will advance to the Final.
This is what you're playing for:
FBNYC 2K6 FALL Playoff Roundup
C.B. Lee: What up, everybody... we got your scores for last Saturday's playoffs and your POGs right here. But first, allow me introduce my new co-host Kenny "The Jet" Li. Kenny will be taking over for the "B" league next season doing all the lovely stuff I do for this site. K.J. Li: What is it that you do exactly? C.B. Lee: Maaan... shut up. Just drop the scores.
KJL: A tightly contested defensive battle all the way through but in the end PS1 just shot better than Bonzai and Paul Shen is the reason why.
CBL: Yea, "Lil' Paulie" got sexy... but Will Lee did his all-around game thang that pretty much ruined the best joint effort the Bonzees backcourt has had all season.
PLAYER OF THE GAME Will Lee (PS1) 10 pts, 8 rebs, 6 asts
The Bonzees push the ball ahead on a rare break against PS1.
Chris "Juggs" settin' 'em up and knockin' 'em down.
Oriental Conference Semi-Finals 1 NYC FURY (54) v. 4 Free Asians (35) boxscore KJL: This one started out pretty heated, too, but in the end Fury's size advantage was just too much for FAS to handle. CBL: Yea, but the shooting in this game was just plain fugly. A combined 4-for-26 from three... fuuuu-gly.
PLAYER OF THE GAME Andrew de Leon (NYCFoF) 10 pts, 6-7 FTs, 13 rebs
Occidental Conference Semi-Finals 2 BELOW THE RIM (71) v. 3 X-Factor (38)boxscore CBL: The Factor gave BTR a fight in the first half but just like everybody else, they can't keep up with the firepower. KJL: Firepower's right, just when you think you've slowed Dave Scheiman, brother Jon explodes for his best game of season. You can't pick one guy to shut down... or two... but give it up to X-Factor's front line for holding their own with Scheiman and Stevens.
PLAYER OF THE GAME Jon Scheiman (BTR) 29 pts, 6 rebs, 4 asts
Manfred Mui slips inside the Rimmers' defense.
INI-D's PG Joe Son walks it up the court while Saiyan catches their breath.
Oriental Conference Semi-Finals 2 INITIAL D (55) v. 3 SS Slammers (45) boxscore KJL: INI-D just might have been looking past this one a little bit, waiting for their rematch with the Fury. Slammers made them work for it more than they wanted. CBL: The Scrappy-doos are the scrappiest team in the league... they so little they gotta be. INI-D rookie forward, Ocean Hong, saves the day.
PLAYER OF THE GAME Ocean Hong (INI-D) 13 pts, 13 rebs, 2 blks
Occidental Conference Finals 1 PneSt1 (52) v. 2 BELOW THE RIM (86) boxscore CBL: PS1 looked spent in this game. They really didn't have much a chance at less than 100%. Pogo Stick just dominated... and Jimmy Chang went off. KJL: This was another example of a team that gave a good fight but just couldn't match the Rimmers' firepower. Jon Scheiman 2 assists, 2 rebounds shy of a triple-double, D-Shine just 2 rebounds short.
PLAYER OF THE GAME Christian Stevens (BTR) 26 pts, 17 rebs, 3 stls
"Pogo Stick" Stevens gettin' up on PS1's Jack Chiu.
"Juggs" at it again. Just beastin'.
Oriental Conference Finals 1 NYC FURY (55) v. 2 Initial D (30) boxscore KJL: The score really doesn't give this game much justice. The first half was neck and neck, but the Fury's smothering defense just locked down a tiring INI-D offense all through the second half. CBL: Yea... no INI-D player in double figures? Solid.
PLAYER OF THE GAME Chris Youn (NYCFoF) 18 pts, 9 rebs, 3 asts, 3 stls
Observations: Jon Scheiman has been unleashed... at least now it'll be no surprise... if you haven't you seen the boxscore for BTR v. PS1, do it now... unbelievable... All Star game had great energy, but y'all gotta start working on some of them moves... if Carson Yiu ever tries to throw it off the backboard to himself again, I'm gonna retire... Championship game this Saturday, 7:30p... Rimmers versus Fury... be there.
FBNYC 2K6 FALL Playoff Schedule
Once again, the post-season schedule:
November 11th, 2006
Court 1 (Blue)
Court 2 (Red)
Occidental Conference Semis (1) PneSt1 v. (4) Bonzai
Oriental Conference Semis (1) NYC Fury v. (4) Free Asians
Occidental Conference Semis (2) Below the Rim v. (3) X-Factor
Oriental Conference Semis (2) Initial D v. (3) SS Slammers
Oriental Conference Final (1 & 4 Winner) v. (2 & 3 Winner)
Occidental Conference Final (1 & 4 Winner) v. (2 & 3 Winner)