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2K11 SUM Power RankingsFBNYC, 7.28.11
Monkey Kings number one with a bullet

The Kings have risen quickly to the top of the ranks as the league's only undefeated team

Things have taken a surprising turn. With two straight losses from the Deatheaters, it looked like Peoplez Choice was poised to jump right into the no. 1 spot. But then the Monkey Kings jumped rcame and stole it. They haven't lost a game and have seen some tests. The front-court of (F) Tony Hu and (F) Joe Vines anchors the team and (G) Nick Mui helms. Wings like rookies (F) Paul Flowers and (F) Andray Ukhano along with vets (G) Mike Chan and (G) Kevin Quach have made this one of the league's deepest teams--and now, the one to beat.  -- FBNYC

* These rankings do not reflect the results of games played this week
FASTBREAK NYC 2K11 SUM Power Rankings (July 25, 2011)
Diff. Rank Team Record Comments




The Monkey Kings are now undefeated and have now unseated GOD as the team to beat. They have solid bigs, they have athletic wings and a dynamic PG in (G) Nick Mui. But even if he struggles, the Kings frontcourt brings plenty of firepower.




They just find a way to keep on winning, even pulling out a win in Week 6 without sharsphooter (G) John Quintana. They lost big (F) Nate Igbowu for the season but if (C) Danny Manning is a permanent addition, they didn't lose any size.




This makes two losses in a row and suddenly the early season favorite appears to have some significant weaknesses despite (G) Garrett James and (G) Kash Miah playing well. (F) Brian O'Neill needs to play more games.




The Fury played short-handed and were handed a blowout loss to an improving PIF team. Looks like a little bit of championship let down settling in. (G) Joe Kim leads the league in assists but they need him to score more.




Despite some inconsistency, the Turtles are still right in the thick of things. With a big like (F) Kareem Corprew anchoring the paint and (G) Marlon Santos improving each game, they will be a tough team to beat in the post-season.




Last season's finalists had a rough start but they've won 2 of 3 and look better with each game. (F) Rahmel Miller and (G) Antonio Hunter have been solid all season with (F) Eldridge Bracey and (G) Will Smallwood coming on recently.




After a solid start, BLB has fallen off a bit but a win in Week 6 brings back some hope. They have some viable offensive weapons in (F) Pascal Dabel and (G) Josh Coleman along with a shooter in (G) Karl Gusner. They just need chemistry.




Even with a bg time win over previously no. 1 Deatheaters who have no excuse, moving up is going to be tough in this league. United Nations needs one more solid win for consideration but (F) Nick Harrington is a machine.
This probably goes without saying but none of this is meant to be taken too seriously. Play on, players.

Observations... There's just no telling, any team could beat any other... this season is heads and shoulders tougher than the last... time for some nicknames... Nick Harrington offered "Smoove" as a nickname... we offer up Nick "the Slick" Harrington...Andray Ukhano is aka "The Cosmonaut"... and Dennis Blanchette is, of course, aka "the Menace"

2K11 SUM Weekly Player Awards (Week 6)FBNYC, 7.28.11
Tony Hu (MNK)
F | 6-3 | 225 lbs
Week 6 Stats
PPG: 22.0
RPG: 5.0
BPG: 1.0

The MNK lineup hasn't changed much from last season except to add Hu. He's not the biggest fastest or the quickest, he just knows how to win. There is no one in the BLUE tougher than Hu and anyone who's played him knows this.

Runner-Up: Wil Williams (PLC) 17 pts, 13 reb, 1 ast
Rahmel Miller (PIF)
F | 6-5 | 195 lbs
Week 6 Stats
PPG: 18.0
RPG: 5.0
SPG: 1.0

It was a team effort but Miller has been the motor behind the squad this whole season. This is well deserved as there are few players as competitive as Miller. The result was a blowout win against the team that beat them in the SPR chip.

Runner-Up: Karl Gusner (BLB) 18 pts, 3 3FGs, 3 ast
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Will Smallwood (PIF) 11 reb, 2 stl

Smallwood has had his ups and downs this season but he came up big with a double-double in a blowout win over defending champion NYF.

Runner-Up: Eldridge Bracey (PIF) 10 pts, 12 reb
Defensive Player of the Week

Ju Ju Mansour (PLC) 3 reb, 4 stls

Mansour didn't shoot well for PLC but he made up for it with his usual crafty defense. He finished with 4 stls to preserve the win.

Runner-Up: Will Smallwood (PIF) 11 reb, 2 stl, 1 blk
The High-5 Club

Steven Rivera (PLC) 16-8-2-1-1

Only one this week?

Discorama Rookie of the Week

Karl Gusner (BLB) 18 pts, 3 ast, 1 stl

Gusner didn't shoot very well but the gunner did make 3-5 from the 3-pt line to help his team improve to a 2-3 record. He is BLB's marksman.

Runner-Up: Wil Williams (PLC) 17 pts, 13 reb, 1 ast
The "John Starks" Award

Ant. Hunter (PIF) | 6-22 FGs (.273)

It came in blowout win so it doesn't really matter but it does make it worse. Points come easier in blowout W's. Hunter made it a tough 16 pts.

Dishonorable Mention: J. Mansour (PLC) 5-16 FGs 
The "Chris Dudley" Award

Kash Miah (GOD) | 1-4 FTs (.250)

This is perhaps the premier shooter in the league and in a game decided by just 2 pts, you know he's getting the nod. 1-4 FTs just wasn't enough.

Dishonorable Mention: Ezra Hoover (NYF) 1-6 FTs

2K11 SUM Week 6 ResultsFBNYC, 7.28.11
Game of Deatheaters (3-2)
Monkey Kings (4-0)
Player of the Game
Tony Hu (MNK) 22 pts, 5 reb, 1 stl, 1 blk

United Nations (1-5)
B League At Best (2-3)
Player of the Game
Karl Gusner (BLB) 18 pts, 3 3FGs, 3 asts


Paid in Full (2-3)
NYC Fury (2-2)
Player of the Game
Rahmel Miller (PIF) 18 pts, 5 reb, 1 stl

Peoplez Choice (3-1)
Fire Turtles (2-3)
Player of the Game
Wil Williams (PLC) 17 pts, 13 reb, 1 ast

Week 6 League Highs... Points: Nick Harrington (UNA) 25, Tony Hu (MNK) 22... 3FGs: Kash Miah (GOD) 4, Karl Gusner (BLB) 3, Marlon Santos (TUR) 3... Rebounds: Wil Williams (PLC) 13, Eldridge Bracey (PIF) 12... Assists: Joe Kim (NYF) 9, [3 players] 4... Steals: Ju Ju Mansour (PLC) 4, Dennis Blanchette (BLB) 3, Marlon Santos (TUR) 3... Blocks: Josh Coleman (BLB) 2, [14 players] 1

2K11 SUM Weekly Awards (Week 5)FBNYC, 7.19.11
N. Harrington (UNA)
F/C | 6-8 | 225 lbs
Week 5 Stats
PPG: 29.0
APG: 11.0
APG: 3.0

United Nations played their first solid all around game of the season, they were inspired. Harrington was the key as he triggered the offense, dominating the paint and cleaning up the boards. And, he hit the game winner at the buzzer as well, a turn around from 12-feet.

Runner-Up: Garrett James (GOD) 21 pts, 2 reb, 4 stl
Ezra Hoover (NYF)
C | 6-5 | 205 lbs
Week 5 Stats
PPG: 25.0
RPG: 5.0
SPG: 1.0

"E-Z" looks just about fully recovered from a knee injury that limited his minutes early in the season. He was able to get out on the break against a TUR team that's pretty good at running themselves. And, he put some icing on that cake, too, with two monster dunks.

Runner-Up: K. Corprew (TUR) 26 pts, 12 reb, 1 stl
The Sam Lo Award for Hustlers

Paul Flowers (MNK) 13 rebs, 2 stls

There's no doubt Flowers is one of the league's more athletic forwards but his work on the boards was still impressive, giving MNK several second chances.

Runner-Up: Kareem Corprew (TUR) 12 reb, 1 stl
Defensive Player of the Week

Antonio Hunter (PIF) 4 rebs, 3 blks

Hunter flew to the ball on help defense and racked up a career-high 3 blks, all of which were of the highlight variety. Hunter also tallied 4 rebs.

Runner-Up: Garrett James (GOD) 2 rebs, 4 stls
The High-5 Club

Joe Vines (MNK) 3-4-2-1-1
Andray Ukhano (MNK) 2-4-1-2-1

Discorama Rookie of the Week

Kareem Corprew (TUR) 26 pts, 12 reb, 1 stl

Corprew aka "Gojira" continues to terrorize the little people of FBNYC. He's too big and too quick to contain, another huge double double for the rookie.

Runner-Up: Paul Flowers (MNK) 18 pts, 13 reb, 
The "John Starks" Award

Paul Flowers (MNK) | 4-14 FGs (.286)

It's funny, Flowers didn't shoot particularly well but he was the most dominant player in the game. His ability to get to the line was key to the MNK win.

Dishonorable Mention: Joe Vines (MNK) 1-9 FGs
The "Chris Dudley" Award

PIF (#2) (PIF) | 1-7 FTs (.143)

When we get his name, we'll add him to the database. Any one of these FTs could have preserved a PIF win. Every miss was critical in this one.

Dishonorable Mention: John Plunkett (UNA) 1-6 FTs

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