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POST SEASON AWARDS
DECEMBER 15, 2007

Deacons Mark Moton finally wins Regular Season MVP award
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The All Superstar First Team Center has won two Finals MVP awards but the Regular Season Award has often eluded him. Four seasons later, he can finally claim the Regular Season MVP award after averaging 15.3 ppg, 2.6 apg, 13.1 rpg, 1.3 bpg. The All Star Center led the Hollywood Deacons to their best season finishing at 7-1.

"The best team in the regular season was the Deacons and the team revolves around the Center, Mark. Not only is he unselfish but he makes everyone around him better. The team knows that he is the MVP and without him there would be no Deacons," said a league official.

The voting panel consists of the League Commissioner, Hanz Jimenez; the Head Official, Reggie Ramirez; and numerous stats-keepers.

The defending Champions, Foundation, were represented by former MVP (Winter 2007) Derrick DeVan who finished a close second. Black Out's Keith Allen received numerous votes as well. The reigning MVP averaged 29.8 ppg, 12.3 rpg, 1.6 apg but Black Out's regular season record of 3-5 wasn't enough for the former MVP to win the award.

Andrew Knox started out as an offensive-minded player for Relics but his evolution to defensive stopper has taken Young Gunnaz to the top. The team matched its franchise best, 6-2 record and the All Star forward deserves a lot of credit for changing his game. The former Rookie of the Season now has a Defensive Player of the Season Award under his belt and he averaged 2.1 spg, 6.3 rpg, and a division-best 12 blocks. Although the stats doesn't show it for Deacons Oscar Mendoza, the swingman has a reputation for guarding the opponent's scorer and its no coincidence that the Deacons only loss was a game that Oscar wasn't there.

The 6th Season will be known for the arrival of two high-flyers, Young Gunnaz Amos Battle and Team Play's Kat Mims. The duo made the crowd cheer numerous times and their high flying dunks have often posterized opponents. Amos led Young Gunnaz in scoring with an average of 15.6 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 1.4 spg. Unfortunately for Team Play, Kat Mims only played in 5 games and was not on the ballot when the awards were selected.

The General Manager of the Season Award was awarded to Mark Pagdilao of #1 Stunners. His key additions in the off-season helped Stunners improved their record from 3-5 to 6-2. His addition includes Kenneth Ubom (Gold Division Finals MVP), Chris Pacana (Rookie) and Ethan Leano. Sam Yeung's Parking Lot Pimps made numerous additions as well and the team finished with a 4-4 record up from 3-5 last season.

#1 Stunners forward, Terrance Martin, and Parking Lot Pimps Tremel Fairman were highly considered for Most Improved Player of the Season. Tremel grabbed the rebounding title this season with an average of 13.8 rpg (110 rebounds) and he finished with 13.9 ppg. Last season he averaged 11.7 ppg, 9.0 rpg. The Stunners improved their record thanks in part to Terrance Martin who raised his average from last season when he averaged 11.8 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 2.2 apg to 18.4 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 4.0 apg.



MVP VOTES
1. Mark Moton, Deacons
2. Derrick DeVan, Foundation
3. Keith Allen, Black Out
4. Amos Battle, Young Gunnaz
5. Terrell Renner, Deacons

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Andrew Knox, Young Gunnaz
2. Oscar Mendoza, Deacons
3. Alex "Bear" Ivezaj, #1 Stunners
4. OJ Yayboe, Foundation
5. Jovan Jester, Deacons

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. Amos Battle, Young Gunnaz
2. Chris Pacana, #1 Stunners
3. Christian Yeung, Parking Lot Pimps
4. Tim aka Professor, Black Out
5 .Chris Davidson, Young Gunnaz

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON
1. Mark Pagdilao, #1 Stunners
2. Sam Yeung, Parking Lot Pimps
3. Alphonso White, Young Gunnaz
4. Orlando Williams, Team Play
5. Aries Inguito, Bank

MOST IMPROVED
1. Terrance Martin, #1 Stunners
2. Tremel Fairman, Parking Lot Pimps
3. Kenny Ali, Young Gunnaz
4. Christopher Lacy, Team Play
5. Allen Brown, Young Gunnaz

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1.   Mark Moton, Deacons
2.   Giyoh Shey, Bank
3.   Terrell Renner, Deacons
4.   Keith Allen, Black Out
5.   Terrance Martin, #1 Stunners
6.   Derrick DeVan, Foundation
7.   Jovan Jester, Deacons
8.   Allen Brown, Young Gunnaz
9.   Andrew Knox, Young Gunnaz
10.  Yayboe, Foundation
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.
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Minimum 6 games to qualify for post-season Awards.

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
DECEMBER 15, 2007

The Association wins two prestigious awards
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Association's undefeated season was a team effort but one player stood out from the self-proclaimed "bosses". Kenneth Ubom led Money Inc to a Gold Division Championship last season and was rewarded with a Finals MVP award. This season he was named Player of the Week 3 times and finished the season averaging 32.5 ppg, 260 points. He also led the Platinum Division in steals with a total of 26 steals, 3.3 spg. The team's main goal is to win a Championship before graduating from college and Kenneth has guaranteed a Championship season. "No one can beat us, as long as we play like bosses that we are, we cash our checks at the end of the day, and that's it, it's a wrap." Ryan "The Kid" was a close runner-up for MVP averaging a record 39.1 ppg, 313 points for the season. (previous scoring record held by Angkor Wat's Khorn Leng).

Defensive Player of the Season Award came down to the wire between USUCK's Derrick DeVan and Money Inc.'s Alex "Bear" Ivezaj. On Week 8, Bear posted a triple double and his tenacity on the boards was enough to convince the panel that he was deserving of the award. Angkor Wat's John Muro grabbed the rebounding record this season grabbing 32 rebounds against Game Breakers. 

Street Fam Hustlas finished the season with a surge winning 3 straight games. The 5-3 record wasn't possible without team chemistry and leadership. Rookie guard Matt Mosley stepped it up averaging 13.9 ppg, and finishing with team-highs of 17 three's, 24 assists. Relics Chris Davidson was a near second for the award and he averaged 15.6 ppg, 2.7 apg.

The General Manager of the Season Award was awarded to Efehi Ogbebor of The Association. The team finished with a 5-3 record last season and the team improved greatly in the off-season. Undefeated record meant Efehi would be awarded with the GM of the Season award. Not in the ballot was USUCK GM, Hanz Jimenez, who received numerous recommendations in the seasonal surveys. Asked why he wasn't on the ballot, he responded, "It's not about me, it's about everyone else, I run the league and there's no way I'm winning an award."  Jon Paras' Still Fly was plagued with injuries all season but after leading the team to 3 straight wins and nearly making the Playoffs, Jon was regarded as one of the top General Managers of the Season.

Kenneth Ubom stood out as one of the most improved players of the season but Chris Mosley's team management skills were more noticeable. Remix finished the season with new jerseys and the team won 2 games this season. "Christmas came a little early for Remix, with improbable victories against Full Clip and SBD. I guess anything can happen on any given week," said an opposing GM.



MVP VOTES
1. Kenneth Ubom, The Association
2. "The Kid" Ryan, TROY
3. Derrick DeVan, USUCK
4. Alex Ivezaj, Money Inc.
5. Alphonso White, Relics

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Alex "Bear" Ivezaj, Money Inc.
2. Derrick DeVan, USUCK
3. John Muro, Angkor Wat
4. Kevin Gray, Full Clip
5. Andrew Knox, Relics

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. Matt Mosley, Street Fam Hustlas
2. Chris Davidson, Relics
3. Francis De La Victoria, Silent But Deadly
4. Josh Campos, Still Fly
5 .Bobby Mugby, Street Fam Hustlas

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON
1. Efehi Ogbebor, The Association
2. John Paras, Still Fly
3. Andrew Persaud, Money Inc.
4. Paul Anderson, Street Fam Hustlas
5. Ernest Pablo, Relics

MOST IMPROVED
1. Chris Mosley, Remix
2. Kenneth Ubom, The Association
3. Harry Yoo, USUCK
4. Thomas Cruz, Game Breakers
5. Kevin Gray, Full Clip

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1.   Andrew Knox, Relics
2.   "The Kid", TROY
3.   Kenneth Ubom, The Association
4.   OJ Yayboe, TROY
5.   John Muro, Angkor Wat
6.   Derrick DeVan, USUCK
7.   Khorn Leng, Angkor Wat
8.   Matt Mosley, Street Fam Hustlas
9.   Aaron Garcia, Full Clip
10. Kevin Gray, Full Clip
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.
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Minimum 6 games to qualify for post-season Awards.



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
DECEMBER 15, 2007

Underdawgs Evan Namkung wins first MVP award
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The reigning Defensive Player of the Season (Summer 2007) now claims a Regular Season MVP after leading Underdawgs to a 6-2 record. Evan Namkung led the Gold Division in scoring (32.5 ppg, 195 points) and rebounds (15.5 rpg, 93 rebounds).

"It's obvious he can play defense and he can take it to the basket any time he wants to. The difference is Evan actually makes his teammates better and if you don't see that, just look at the stats," said a league official.

The reigning MVP, 626'ers Kevin Valmonte, was a near-second in the voting and had enough respect to have Evan pick him as his MVP. "If I couldn't pick myself, the award would go to Kevin, he's a great scorer." Also garnering awards was Marcus Richardson of Outkast Connection who led Outkast to a 6-2 record.

Deep Penetration's Center, Dustin Perry, improved enormously this season because of necessity. All Star Jack Moore was out for periods of time and the defensive tasks fell on the shoulders of Dustin Perry. He placed in the Top 3 in rebounds (83 rebounds, 10.4 rpg) and blocked shots (11 blocks, 1.4 bpg) helping Deep Penetration to a 4-4 record and nearly missing the Playoffs. James McCray can be considered a near Platinum Division type player and the rookie led the division in blocked shots with 17 blocks (2.1 bpg).

The Rookie of the Season award was a close race between several players but it was obvious that James McCray's commitment to Money Shot helped lead the team to a Playoff spot. The team finished at 5-3 and James was often seen on the defensive end emphatically blocking shots. Outlawz guard Fernando Ruiz had a strong weekend (Week 8) to finish out the rookie season. He finished in the Top 3 in three-pointers with 21 three's and he averaged 21.3 ppg.

626'ers were undefeated this season and Rodney Ching was rewarded with the GM of the Season award. Finishing at a close second was Franchise's Raymond Cardenas. Last season the team faced heavy criticism after being outspoken in their forums and this season, Franchise actually won the respect of their peers specially after beating top ranked 626'ers in last season's Playoffs. "No one ever believed Franchise could defeat 626'ers last season and when they did it, they won the respect of many," said a league official. Linda Santillan and Valerie Palma of Hungry Hungry Hippos garnered several votes as well. "They provided a lot of goodies to the staff and for them to be like our 'team moms' we appreciate that," said another league official.

Chris Tanio led the division in 3-pointers this season and the former Parking Lot Pimps guard was rewarded with a Most Improved Player award. He averaged 18.9 ppg, and finished with 22 three pointers. Finishing as a runner-up was Hippos Narob Federico who is finally playing to his full potential. The defensive guard averaged 5.5 ppg 2.3 spg, and ranked 3rd in the steals department grabbing 18 steals.



MVP VOTES
1. Evan Namkung, Underdawgs
2. Kevin Valmonte, 626'ers
3. Marcus Richardson, Outkast Connection
4. Martin Camarena, Franchise
5. Orlando Williams, Fabulous

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Dustin Perry, Deep Penetration
2. James McCray, Money Shot
3. David Mayfield, Abstract
4. Jayson Barret, Franchise
5. Josh Fry, 626'ers

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. James McCray, Money Shot
2. Fernando Ruiz, Outlawz
3. Adrian Eddington, Regulators
4. PJ Lee, Stylin On You
5 .Daniel Hasibuan, Nusantara
6. Ryan Trainor, 626'ers

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON
1. Rodney Ching, 626'ers
2. Raymond Cardenas, Franchise
3. Linda Santillan and Valerie Palma, Hungry Hungry Hippos
4. Jon Paras, Underdawgs
5. Jerry Eusebio, Stylin On You

MOST IMPROVED
1. Chris Tanio, Fabulous
2. Narob Federico, Hungry Hippos
3. Justin Ondoy, Fabulous
4. Lucky Wickremetunge, Money Shot
5. Ken Ngarayawongse, Phenoms

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1.   Fernando Ruiz, Outlawz
2.   Martin Camarena, Franchise
3.   Josh Fry, 626'ers
4.   Daniel Hasibuan, Nusantara
5.   Marcus Richardson, Outkast Connection
6.   Orlando Williams, Fabulous
7.   Evan Namkung, Underdawgs
8.   Ryan Trainor, 626'ers
9.   Ken Ngarayawongse, Phenoms
10. Jeff Bencito, Outkast Connection
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.
+
Minimum 6 games to qualify for post-season Awards.



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
DECEMBER 15, 2007

Ladies Reign wins 3 awards
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Ladies Reign's Kendra Carraway became the first MVP for the Women's Division after averaging 13.9 ppg, 9.9 rpg. The Ladies were undefeated and finished the season with a 7-0 record. Macuil's Isabel Luna claimed the scoring title finishing with 100 points, 14.3 ppg.

Isabel Luna grabbed the rebounding title as well averaging 11.6 ppg. The Macuil guard led the women's division in steals averaging 3.6 spg (25 steals). The Loop's Suzanne Murphy led the division in blocked shots with 9 blocks and finished second in the voting.

The Rookie of the Season was given to Lisette Whalley who helped lead Ladies Reign to an undefeated record. She averaged 12.3 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 1.8 spg. Her General Manager, Giselle Jimenez, was rewarded with a GM of the Season award after leading the team to a 7-0 record.

The Women's Division improved significantly from last season and a great part of that was Smokin Aces GM Dahrlene Somera. On the hardwood, she improved as a player and her team management skills came into play after she took over the GM role for the Aces. She has also provided valuable feedback regarding the women's division and the website.f
 


MVP VOTES
1. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
2. Isabel Luna, Macuil
3. Anna Reyes, Smokin Aces


DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Isabel Luna, Macuil
2. Suzanne Murphy, The Loop and Then Some
3. Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign


ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. Lisette Whalley, Ladies Reign
2. Isabel Luna, Macuil
3. Cynthia Hernandez, Macuil
 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON
1. Giselle Jimenez, Ladies Reign
2. Cynthia Hernandez, Macuil
2. Dahrlene Somera, Smokin Aces
 

MOST IMPROVED
1. Dahrlene Somera, Smokin Aces
2. Michelle Olano, The Loop and Then Some
3. Jamie Bumia, Ladies Reign

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1.   Isabel Luna, Macuil
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.
+
Minimum 4 games to qualify for post-season Awards.