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Flava

GM Mario Thompson
SG Eric Barrett
SF Kevin Croce
SF Donald Colford
PF Kevin Ortiz
C Rob Da Silva
C Shawn Gonzalez
SG Chris Luansing
PF Jay Arizabal
SF Jay Hollis
G Sean Miller
PF Rocky Hernandez
SF Ryan Abramton
SF Dre Edwards
SF Robbie Rivera
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Flava nWo Wolfpack
65 50
 

JULY 15, 2009

Former Regular Season and Finals MVP Dion Bailey would lead B3 Sports Training with 10 points at the half as B3 trailed 25-17 at halftime. All Superstar MVP Terrence Martin knocked down a clutch 3-pointer at the end of regulation to send the game to OT, 64-64. B3’s dynamic duo would do everything they can to defend their throne but in overtime, Warriors knocked down their shots to win their first Championship, 71-68.m a dismal 1st half.

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Relics

GM Ernest Pablo
PG James Acevado
SG Cisco Acevado
SF Andrew Knox
PF Amos Battle
C Allen Wade
C Mike Arceo
PG Kenny Ali
SG James Fajarda
G Adrian Harcroue
F Yoon Hwang
G Dimitri Cox
C Ahron Knox
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Relics SICKWIDIT
58 44
 

JULY 15, 2009

It seems like every year, Relics win a Championship and they always do it in Spring. For the second straight Spring Season, Relics win a title courtesy of SICKWIDIT, 58-44.

“Relics were too focused to let this slip away,” said a Relics fan.

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Underdawgs

GM Harry Yoo
PG Mikey Buenaventura
SG Kevin Gutierrez
SF Terrence Martin
PF Alex Ivezaj
SG Jack Moore
PG Hanz Jimenez
SG Richard Ramirez
SF Danny Martinez
SF Dave Solis
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Game Bang Underdawgs
55 59
 

JULY 16, 2009

It took nine seasons for GM Harry Yoo but for him, the elusive Championship he sought out nine seasons ago is finally in his hands. He was ridiculed for choking in big games with his biggest critic being Dedrick Bates, MVP candidate of Underdawgs.

”Harry Yoo is the biggest choker in Superstar Basketball,” said Dedrick Bates on his way to San Diego Division four months ago.


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Lady Air

GM Shaleen Mc Donald
PG Tristan Alfred
SG Andria Rosado
SF Shattel Hendrix
PF Munecca Hemingway
C Ileace Baysinge
G Hannah Low
G Kia Stephenson
G Jasmine Cox
F Jessica Hardy
F Cherina Betters
F Monique Nolan
F Tiffany Hervey
F Tamara Cambell
C Amanda Livingston
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Lady Air D-Ballers
37 34
 

JULY 16, 2009

Lady’s Division Championships have always been a competitive contest. In the past, we’ve seen two time defending Champs Ladies Reign struggle against Smokin Aces, Lady Skull-basherz lose to Lady Semi Pro in a close affair and Lady’s Ball Club beating Double Up in the narrowest of margin. Lady Air vs. D-Ballers was no exception as Lady Air defeat D-Ballers, 37-34.

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Phenoms

GM Alvin Aguilar
PG Bryan Buenaventura
SG Hanz Jimenez
SF Ken Ngarayawongse
PF Jason York
C Jon Lee
C Jeff Lee
PF Richard Gutierrez
SG Ryan Francisco
PG Meus Binsol
SG Mark Jimenez
G Gaylord Somera
G Dahrlene Somera
SG Marvin Cuarto
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Decepticons Phenoms
61 67
 

JUNE 27, 2009

Decepticons led by as many as 12 points in the 1st half, 34-22.

”We’ve come too far for this,” said veteran Hanz Jimenez. “They don’t have a post presence, drive it in every time…everyone else, spread the floor.”

Phenoms rallied from a 12 point deficit and erased Decepticons first half lead in a matter of 3 minutes. As Phenoms chipped away, Decepticons blamed each other for their collapse and Carlos Martinez felt he would rather sit out than compete in LeBronze’s Championship Game.


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Finest

GM Nate Bautista
PG Joey Dator
SG Kenny Lee
SF Hamilton Don Mello
PF Marko Kalemkeris
C Earl Shoate
PG Danny Nguyen
SF Jeremy Hunt
PF Pat Magno
C Alan Baugh
SF Gaylord Philips
C Tali McLemore
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Finest Old School
69 66
 

JULY 15, 2009

The championship game came down to the most dominant team this season, Finest, and an underdog opponent in Old School.

Old School started off the season very slow. Their roster was never consistent and by the 3rd week they had to find replacement for their 3 All-Stars from last season. Insert Tellas Bobo, Curtis White, and Jason Crowley. These three, along with Justin Omalev, led Old School on a 5 game winning streak which saw them get past the heavily favored LA > SD team in the semi-finals.



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