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Sum ’17 Week 6 Player Awards (All Weeknight Divisions)



1ST DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

1st Division (WN) Player of the Week

(G) REN HSIEH (AXA-RODD)

23 points, 4 3FGs, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals

Runner-up: (G) Mike Bill (HON) 21 points, 6 3FGs, 2 rebounds, 1 assist

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(F) KAREEM MERRICK (AXA-RODD)

6 rebounds, 3 steals, 4 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Zach Moretti (HON) 20 rebounds, 4 blocks

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(F) ZACH MORETTI (HONEY BADGERS)

14 points, 20 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Joseph Bassey (UNN) 16 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(F) JOSEPH BASSEY (UNITED NATIONS)

16 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

Runner-up: (G) Aaron Smith (808) 18 points, 5 rebounds, 2 blocks

The High-5 Club

N/A

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Ren Hsieh (AXA) 23, Mike Bill (HON) 21
3FG: Mike Bill (HON) 6, Ren Hsieh (AXA) 4
REB: Zach Moretti (HON) 20, Joseph Bassey (UNN) 14
AST: Ren Hsieh (AXA) 6, [2 players] 5
STL: [4 players] 3, [6 players] 2
BLK: Kareem Merrick (AXA), Zach Moretti (HON) 4 

2ND DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

2nd Division (WN) Player of the Week

(G) EMERY CLARK (DON’T EVER PLAY YOURSELF)

25 points, 7 3FGs, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal

Runner-up: (F) Brian Law (GMM) 15 points, 10 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 blocks

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(F) BRIAN LAW (GUARD ME MAYBE)

10 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 blocks

Runner-up: (G) Jason Blakney (SKL) 14 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(G) JASON BLAKNEY (SKILLSHARE)

15 points, 14 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Jay McFarlane (DPY) 9 points, 15 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(G) JORDAN DYKES (PREMATURE SHOOTERS)

22 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steal

Runner-up: (G) Jason Gu (MLG) 17 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals

The High-5 Club

Jason Blakney (SKL) 15-14-6-2-2
Brian Law (GMM) 15-10-1-2-3
Greg Martin (PRE) 9-6-1-1-1
Tyler McFarlane (DPY) 7-5-2-4-1
A. Watanasuparp (NGC) 16-2-2-2-1

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Emery Clark (DPY) 25, Jordan Dykes (PRE) 22
3FG: Emery Clark (DPY) 7, [2 players] 3
REB: Jay McFarlane (DPY) 15, Jason Blakney (SKL) 14
AST: Jason Blakney (SKL) 6, Jordan Dykes (PRE) 5
STL: Tyler McFarlane (DPY) 4, Sean Park (GMM) 3
BLK: Brian Law (GMM) 3, Jomah Williams (DPY) 2

3RD DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

3rd Division (WN) Player of the Week

(F) DERICK CHANG (SMASH N BOUNCE)

22 points, 13 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals

Runner-up: (F) Nathan Kan (SNB) 21 points, 3 3FGs, 6 rebounds, 1 assist

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(G) DAVID HAHM (SMASH N BOUNCE)

4 rebounds, 7 steals

Runner-up: (F/C) Brian Chin (SPR) 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 blocks

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(F) JAE PARK (MONSTARS)

4 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 1 block

Runner-up: (F) Luke Lu (HAN) 6 points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(F) DERICK CHANG (SMASH N BOUNCE)

22 points, 13 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals

Runner-up: (F) Nathan Kan (SNB) 21 points, 3 3FGs, 6 rebounds, 1 assist

The High-5 Club

Garrett Brignoli (HAN) 10-8-3-5-1
Brian Chin (SPR) 4-8-1-3-3
Patrick Dornan (NET) 4-6-1-1-1
Neil Dumadag (AIR) 6-6-2-1-2
Mark Hahn (SPR) 10-3-4-3-2
Albert Hei (AIR) 4-2-1-2-1
Jae Park (MON) 4-11-3-2-1
Carson Yiu (COB) 13-6-1-1-2
Tim Zhang (SNB) 4-10-2-4-1

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Derick Chang (SNB) 22, Nathan Kan (SNB) 21
3FG: Allen Liu (SPR) 4, [4 players] 3
REB: Derick Chang (SNB), Matt Silberman (NET) 13
AST: James Lee (SNB) 6, Stephen Lok (CMU) 5
STL: David Hahm (SNB) 7, Garrett Brignoli (HAN) 5
BLK: Jason Chan (COB), Brian Chin (SPR) 3


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TDL Top 10 (Jul 24-Aug 6, 2017)




Best (and worst) plays of weeks 3 & 4 at The Dynasty League. Edited by Robby Huang. Tracks are “Genos” by Cxdy and “Urban Traffic” by Vodovoz.

 


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Sum ’17 Week 5 Player Awards (All Sunday Divisions)



2ND DIVISION (SUNDAYS)

2nd Division (Sun) Player of the Week

(F) RICK LOUIS (SK WAR DOG)

20 points, 15 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block

Runner-up: (F) Sam Lu (ROV) 18 points, 4 3FGs, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(G/F) TYLER WELLS (SK WAR DOG)

10 rebounds, 5 steals

Runner-up: (G) Alex Tsay (BOM) 4 rebounds, 6 steals

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(F) WILL LEE (RICE IN OUR VEINS)

13 points, 17 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals

Runner-up: (G/F) Tyler Wells (SKW) 11 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 steals

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(F) RICK LOUIS (SK WAR DOG) 

20 points, 15 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block

Runner-up: (F) Will Lee (ROV) 13 points, 17 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals

The High-5 Club

 

 

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Derrick Kung (ROV) 21, [2 players] 20
3FG: Derrick Kung (ROV) 5, Sam Lu (ROV) 4
REB: Will Lee (ROV) 17, Rick Louis (SKW) 15
AST: Alex Tsay (BOM) 8, [3 players] 5
STL: Alex Tsay (BOM) 6, [2 players] 5
BLK: Manu Menon (BOM) 3, [4 players] 1

3RD DIVISION (SUNDAYS)

3rd Division (Sun) Player of the Week

(G) MIGUEL MELBOURNE (STREET DREAMS)

22 points, 3 3FGs, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals

Runner-up: (C) Mack Witherspoon (NFU) 17 points, 17 rebounds, 2 steals, 6 blocks

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(C) MACK WITHERSPOON (NY FALCONS U.)

17 rebounds, 2 steals, 6 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Rob Rodkey (LAR) 13 rebounds, 1 steal, 3 blocks

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(G) SEAN HE (BALL IS LIFE)

14 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal

Runner-up: (F) Rob Rodkey (LAR) 8 points, 13 rebounds, 1 steal, 3 blocks

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(C) MACK WITHERSPOON (NY FALCONS U.

17 points, 17 rebounds, 2 steals, 6 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Jason Lin (STR) 16 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

The High-5 Club

George Casale (NFU) 16-13-3-1-2
Stanley Chen (NFU) 2-5-5-1-1
Rob Rodkey (LAR) 8-13-2-1-3
Brian Shi (LAR) 20-13-2-2-1
M. Witherspoon (NFU) 17-17-1-2-6

 

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Miguel Melbourne (STR) 22, [2 players] 20
3FG: Ryota Takahashi (JPU) 5, Jeff Zheng (NFU) 4
REB: Mack Witherspoon (NFU) 17, [3 players] 13
AST: Eddie Tsao (LAR) 7, [2 players] 5
STL: Neil Dumadag, Miguel Melbourne (STR) 4
BLK: Mack Witherspoon (NFU) 6, Rob Rodkey (LAR) 3


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Sum ’17 Week 5 Player Awards (All Weeknight Divisions)



1ST DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

1st Division (WN) Player of the Week

(G) CHRIS DALEY (CRAFTY VETS)

29 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists

Runner-up: (F) Will Haile (DYN) 20 points, 20 rebounds, 3 blocks

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(G) AARON SMITH (808s & FASTBREAKS)

6 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Will Haile (DYN) 20 rebounds, 3 blocks

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(F) WILL HAILE (NY DYNASTY)

20 points, 20 rebounds, 3 blocks

Runner-up: (G/F) Maxwell Ruffin (808) 10 points, 13 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals, 1 block

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(G) AARON SMITH (808s & FASTBREAKS)

13 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (G/F) Kirk Scarlett (808) 6 points, 6 rebounds, 1 steal, 3 blocks

The High-5 Club

Rosario Bianco (CRV) 5-5-1-3-1
Max Ruffin (808) 10-13-8-2-1
Kirk Scarlett (808) 6-6-1-1-3
Rob Sullivan (CRV) 6-10-2-1-1
Aaron Smith (808) 13-6-5-2-2

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Chris Daley (CRV) 29, Will Haile (DYN) 20
3FG: Gabe Melendez (808) 3, [4 players] 2
REB: Will Haile (DYN) 20, Maxwell Ruffin (808) 13
AST: Maxwell Ruffin (808) 8, Aaron Smith (808) 5
STL: Mike Reding (DYN) 5, Travis Benjamin (CRV) 4
BLK: Will Haile (DYN), Kirk Scarlett (808) 3

2ND DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

2nd Division (WN) Player of the Week

(G) JASON GU (MLGB)

21 points, 5 3FGs, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Allen Granowski (PRE) 19 points, 10 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(F) ALLEN GRANOWSKI (PREMATURE SHOOTERS)

10 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (F/C) Bada Hong (NGC) 11 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 blocks

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(F) RUOYU CHEN (MLGB)

12 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists, 1 steal

Runner-up: (F) Greg Martin (PRE) 7 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal 

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(G) JASON GU (MLGB) 

21 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (F) Ruoyu Chen (MLG) 12 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists, 1 steal

The High-5 Club

Brent Clayton (JAM) 10-10-2-2-1
Allen Granowski (PRE) 19-10-2-3-2
Jason Gu (MLG) 21-3-1-1-2
Bada Hong (NGC) 6-11-2-2-2
Kevin Rowe (PRE) 14-11-2-1-1
Kevin Sampson (JAM) 4-6-1-2-1
Bowen Wang (MLG) 10-5-2-2-1

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: Jason Gu (MLG) 21, Allen Granowski (PRE) 19
3FG: Tommy Wong (GMM) 6, Jason Gu (MLG) 5
REB: Greg Martin (PRE) 14, Ruoyu Chen (MLG) 13
AST: R. Chen (MLG), V. Chia (NGC), D. Chu (NGC) 6
STL: James Han (JAM) 4, [3 players] 3
BLK: [5 players] 2, [12 players] 1

3RD DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

3rd Division (WN) Player of the Week

(G) TONY CUADRADO (COBRA KAI)

16 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 8 steals, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (G) Teddy Oh (NGC) 24 points, 4 3FGs, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals

Wat Misaka Defensive Player of the Week

(G) TONY CUADRADO (COBRA KAI)

5 rebounds, 8 steals, 2 blocks

Runner-up: (G) Ren Hsieh (DYN) 2 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 block

The Sam Lo Hustle Award

(F) MATT AUERBACH (SPAGHETTI RAMEN)

13 points, 18 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal

Runner-up: (F) Josh Yo (NGC) 15 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal

Spot Dessert Bar Most Outstanding Rookie

(F) CHRIS WILLIAMS (MYPC)

11 points, 11 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block

Runner-up: (G) Stephen Lok (CMU) 10 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

The High-5 Club

Jason Chan (COB) 7-8-3-3-1
Victor Chia (NGC) 9-13-2-1-2
Ren Hsieh (DYN) 7-2-2-4-1
James Lee (SNB) 2-5-2-2-1
Allen Liu (SPR) 6-3-1-1-1
Ian Yu (DYN) 17-7-4-2-1

Weekly League Leaders 

PTS: David Chu (DYN), Teddy Oh (NGC) 24
3FG: David Chu (DYN) 6, Tim Zhang (SNB) 5
REB: Matt Auerbach (SPR) 18, Josh Yo (NGC) 15
AST: Eden Chuang (COB) 10, James Choi (NGC) 8
STL: Tony Cuadrado (COB) 8, Eden Chuang (COB) 6
BLK: [4 players] 2, [10 players] 1


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Sum ’17 Week 4 Power Rankings (All Weeknight Divisions)



1ST DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

Rank Team Record Comments
(+3) DYN
3-0 NY DYNASTY has two former MVPs on the roster in (F) Will Haile and (F) Mike Reding, so firepower they have. But they have scraped by in games vs the Top 5 (CRV doesn’t count). But better to scrape by with wins than losses. Haile is putting up stupid numbers right now.
(=) 808 4-1 Upstarts 808s & FASTBREAKS haven’t lost any momentum, losing only narrowly to DYN in Week 3. Rookie (G) Aaron Smith continues to be electric while posting MVP-worthy #s. 808s new pieces have fit in well and they’re starting to look like a real contender now.
(=) AXA
3-2 Old and slow, AXA-RODD seems to find a way to win, except when they find ways to lose. Every game has come down to the wire, but they can’t say they haven’t controlled their own fate. AXA is the kind of team that can win any game and also lose any game at any time.
(+1) HON
3-1 Flying in under the radar as usual are the HONEY BADGERS. They’re the grit & grind team of D1, which doesn’t produce intimidating #s, but always works well in the playoffs. Don’t sleep on the Badgers.
(-4) CRV
1-3 Player availability hasn’t helped the CRAFTY VETS so far this season, but that’s something they knew going in. At full strength, they’re still the best team in D1. If CRV can just make the playoffs and get key players playoff eligible, they will be the team to beat.
(+2) UNN
1-2 UNITED NATIONS has looked a bit uneven this season, but a win vs a short-handed CRV and a strong outing in a loss to 808 seems to indicate that they may be back on track. With no player scoring more than 11.3 ppg, they may need some help offensively to really make a move.
(-1) SED
1-3 They’ve lost no game by more than 6 points, so SHUT ‘EM DOWN has had a chance to win in every game they’ve played. Closing out has been an issue. But if they can figure that out, they have plenty of pieces to here to make a strong playoff push in the back nine.
(-1) YOL
0-4 YOLO is in a similar situation to SED, they’ve been right there in most games. They’re not out of it yet, but next week’s game vs UNN is a must-win to keep their playoff hopes alive.

2ND DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

Rank Team Record Comments
(=) DPY
3-0 Last season’s defending champs haven’t lost yet, so DON’T EVER PLAY YOURSELF will hold serve at #1. (G) Emery Clark and (F) Tyler McFarlane have carried the load offensively. (G) Kali Pearson hasn’t shot well so far, but he is racking up the hustle stats.
(=) NGC
3-0 Last season’s finalists, NYC GRITTY COMMITTEE, hasn’t missed a beat either and they looked focused on reclaiming their title. (F) Mark Lee‘s resurgence on offense has been the story so far, but (G) David Chu has been as steady as ever.
(+4) GMM
2-1 Veteran (G) Tommy Wong seems to have found the stroke again, which is great news for GUARD ME MAYBE who needs his range to open up the paint for GMM’s plethora of forwards. With some new key faces on the roster GMM might be poised for a return trip to the chip.
(+4) SKL
2-2 SKILLSHARE started with a narrow loss to DPY, then a close one to GMM. Since then, they’ve been thumping opponents, and (F) Russ Braithwaite has been a major key. With SKL struggling to convert from the 3FG, the more they can score inside the line, the better.
(+1)
MLG
2-2 Newbies MLGB have shown promise at 2-2. But they could just as easily have been 3-1 as 1-3. Surely they’ll take it. Last night’s 3-pointer to beat JAM at the buzzer may be the turning point. They play games close and so far have given themselves a chance to win every night.
(-3) HAR
1-2 TEAM HARDWOOD is still right the thick of things. A win over PRE is promising despite the loss to SKL. They’ll face a tough stretch ahead with DPY and GMM on the schedule, but if they can steal a win there, they can finish strong in the back 2 games of the season to lock up a playoff spot.
(-3) PRE
1-2 They’ve been a fun team to watch, but PREMATURE SHOOTERS may be on the verge of flipping the switch. Chalk up early losses to a new team figuring it out, this roster has the personnel to challenge for 4/5 seed.
(-3) JAM
1-3 SPACE JAM dropped a heart-breaker to MLG last night. More than the fact that they had it in the bag, they needed that win to keep their playoff hopes alive. Next week’s game vs PRE is a must-win. Then comes their toughest part of the season, GMM, then NGC. Tough road ahead.
(=) ROT 0-3 Truth is, DA ROTI PROJECT isn’t out of it yet. They basically have to win all but the NGC game to give themselves a chance. But they’ll have to check that first franchise win off the to-do list first.

3RD DIVISION (WEEKNIGHTS)

Rank Team Record Comments
(+1)
NET
4-0 NASTY NETS (F) Matt Silberman is playing MVP ball right now. His 22.3 ppg is 2nd in D3, and his 9 rpg and 2.5 spg shows his impact on defense as well. But the player that puts them above the rest is floor leader (G) Dan Gogerty, an MVP candidate in his own right.
(+5)
COB
2-0 As expected (G) Tony Cuadrado has been a monster for COBRA KAI, particularly on the defensive end. The 16.5 spg so far is stupid. And partial thanks for that goes to the low-key return of (G) Steven Chen, who has always been a defensive force. 
(=) FNL
3-1 The win over AIR is nice, but they were blown out by the only team they played against in the top half (COB), so despite the surprising 3-1 record, the jury is still out on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTZ.
(=) SPR
2-1 SPAGHETTI RAMEN will always be right there. Don’t sleep because of all the new faces out here. Until they’re actually eliminated, they’re the team you put your money on. (G) Leuis Ng with another MVP caliber season. Business as usual here.
(=) NGC 1-1 The veteran NYC GRITTY COMMITTEE is the dark horse, wild card, whatever you want to call it. They have the most dominant big man in D3 with (C) Victor Chia. And solid vets all around him.
(=) DYN 2-1 It’s crazy that NY DYNASTY is at #6 after back-to-back title games, a testament to how good D3 is this season. Partly due to a revolving door of PGs, which makes a difference in identity for DYN, but like SPR, sleep at your own risk. There’s no scorer in D3 like (G) David Chu.
(-6) AIR
2-1 The early blowout wins were nice, but the loss to FNL revealed that maybe the AIRBALLERS needed re-ranking. Still, (F) Albert Hei is having a great season, and they have the most mobile perimeter D outside of COB. They can move back up if they use it.
(=)
SNB
1-2 SMASH N BOUNCE is still a playoff team with their propensity for defense and (F) Nathan Kan‘s offense can give them a chance to upset someone in the first round. If they can advance beyond that is unclear.
(+1)
MON
0-3 The MONSTARS are still in the playoff hunt, and they will now enter the most vital part of their schedule, facing HAN, MYP, CMU, all teams that are vying for the 9th and last playoff spot. If they win these games, they will be in the driver’s seat for a post-season bid.
10 (-1) HAN
1-3 By getting a crucial win, HANDEL ARCHITECTS are still alive and well in the playoff hunt. If they can win 2 out of their last 3, they can give themselves a chance. Win out, and they’re guaranteed a bid.
11 (=) MYP 1-3 MYPC is in a similar position to HAN, but they’re down a loss to HAN. Like all teams in the bottom 4, they need more scoring. If they can pull out wins over MON and SNB, they have a shot at breaking into that 8-9 seed, or at least sending it to a tie-breaker.
12 (=) CMU 0-3 CMU BALLERS are in a tough spot, but not mathematically out of yet. Beat SNB, HAN, and MON, and they can still make it. But of all the teams that need a boost on offense, this is the one that needs it most.

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