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POST SEASON AWARDS
JUNE 23, 2007




 

Black Out's rookie, Keith Allen named MVP.

Superstar Basketball League announced early Sunday morning that Black Out's Keith Allen won MVP awards in his first season. Keith won the scoring title averaging 29.4 ppg and scoring 206 total points for his first season. "It would be great if I were named MVP," he said in a recent edition of Superstar Radio. The big man can do everything and that was obvious when he nailed 8 three pointers in his first game against Foundation. He finished the season with a total of 15 three's and was edged out of the rebounding title by Matt Lewis. Keith averaged 13.1 rpg, 1.6 spg, and 3.1 apg. Alphonso White also stood out for Young Gunnaz and this season, he was able to lead his team to the Playoffs with an average of 22.1 ppg,

It was difficult to determine who the Defensive Player of the Season was. Jordan Richards stood out from the Problem but his numbers weren't as impressive as everyone else's despite The Problem's undefeated record. Matt Lewis edged out Keith Allen for the award. Foundation is a run-and-gun team but Matt puts the emphasis on defense, an aspect of the game his teammates simply aren't interested in. Matt averaged 2.0 spg, and once again grabbed the rebounding title with a total of 104 rebounds (13.0 rpg).

"The Kid" was impressive with his three-point shooting and the league's leading three point shooter led the way with 35 three's. Ryan averaged 21.9 ppg and was second in blocked shots with a total of 12 blocks.

Dennis Adams won the General Manager of the Season Award after going undefeated in The Problem's first season. The League Commissioner has been raving about Dennis' team management skills since the GM meeting and Dennis was consistent throughout the season. "He shows up at the General Manager's meeting dressed up like Andre3000. Not only was he the first one to pay via Paypal but his rosters were submitted and by Week 3, the whole team had uniforms. If he keeps this up for a year, Don Clark better watch out." Team-Play's Orlando Williams has the same organization skills as Dennis and both made life easier for the league commissioner. "When General Managers are organized, it's faster for me to get things done," the league commissioner added.

Eric Tabatabai disappeared from the Stunners roster two seasons ago an when he re-appeared with Hardest Out, he surprised not only his former teammates but the league. He set the new blocks records in Week 2 against Young Gunnaz with 9 blocks and he finished the season with a total of 18 blocks. "Granted if his team won more games, Defensive Player of the Season award could have been his too," said a league analyst.  



MVP VOTES
1. Keith Allen, Black Out
2. Alphonso White, Young Gunnaz
3. Matt Lewis, Foundation
4. Jovan Jester, Deacons
5. Mark Moton, Deacons

Honorable Mention
Jordan Richards, The Problem; The Kid, Foundation, Aaron Boyd, #1 Stunners; Justin Barksdale, Hardest Out; Sam Yeung, Parking Lot Pimps


DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Matt Lewis, Foundation
2. Keith Allen, Black Out
3. Jordan Richards, The Problem
4. Eric Tabatabai, Hardest Out
5. Jovan Jester, Deacons

Honorable Mention
Oscar Mendoza, Deacons; David Mayfield, Black Out; Andrew Knox, Young Gunnaz; Alex Ivezaj, #1 Stunners; OJ Yayboe, Foundation


ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. The Kid, Foundation
2. Keith Allen, Black Out
3. Justin Barksdale, Hardest Out
4. Jordan Richards, The Problem
5. J.R. Resse, Young Gunnaz

FRANCHISE OWNER OF THE SEASON
1. Dennis Adams, The Problem
2. Orlando Williams, Team Play
3. Alphonso White, Young Gunnaz
4. Don Clark, Deacons
5. Sam Yeung, Parking Lot Pimps

MOST IMPROVED
1. Eric Tabatabai, Hardest Out
2. Andrew Knox, Young Gunnaz
3. Aaron Boyd, #1 Stunners
4. Kenny Ali, Young Gunnaz
5. Orlando Williams, Team-Play

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
To Be Announced on Tuesday night.
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS

SEPTEMBER 23, 2007

Angkor Wat's Khorn Leng wins second MVP award
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This time around, Khorn Leng earned the award in the competitive division and the non-believers shouldn't be doubting his skills. The first time he won the award, critics were quick to put an asterisk by his MVP award only because he won the award in the Gold Division. After averaging a league leading 36.0 ppg, 33 three pointers and leading Angkor Wat to a 6-2 record, the critics themselves are asking how to beat Khorn Leng. Alphonso White  was the difference maker for Relics and he averaged 28.8 ppg and averaged 9.5 rpg. The high-flyer wowed the crowd numerous times and his facials were so nasty it had some players from other teams quit halfway thoughout the season. "Play of the Season had to be when Flight jumped over the guy from Lingustic's' Legends. After that facial, not only did the guy on the receiving end quit the league but the whole team dropped out in fear of Flight.

It's been awhile since Game Breakers had any player win an award but Center Sean Stokes became the second player from the franchise to win the Defensive Player of the Season award. Sean grabbed the rebounding title with an average of 13.6 rpg and he led the division in blocked shots with a total of 15. Andrew Knox was a close second in the ballot and Knox, usually an offensive player, sacrificed his scoring and focused more on defense this season. He ranked third in rebounds with a total of 83 and he ranked 4th in blocks with 9.

Shan Matthews led number one seed, Bank, to a 6-2 record and the big man led the team in scoring with 27.3 ppg. He averaged a double-double grabbing 11.7 rpg. and he finished with a 2.7 apg.

Ernest Pablo's Relics jumped from the Gold Division to Platinum Division proved successful and his contributions to the League off the court helped him edge Aries Inguito's Bank for the GM of the Season award. "Ernest writes blogs for the League, his MySpace site has hundreds of volume, and his way willingness to contribute to the League wasn't overlooked."



MVP VOTES
1. Khorn Leng, Angkor Wat
2. Alphonso White, Relics
3. Evan Nankung, Still Fly
4. Sean Dacumos, DSK
5. Shan Matthews, Bank

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Sean Stokes, Game Breakers
2. Andrew Knox, Relics
3. Evan Nankung, Still Fly
4. Ian Fennel, Bank
5. B.K. Agu, The Association

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. Shan Matthews, Bank
2. Carlos Silva, DSK
3. Darrelle Morris, Main Event
4. B.K. Agu, The Association
5 .Kenneth Uloom, The Association

FRANCHISE OWNER OF THE SEASON
1. Ernest Pablo, Relics
2. Aries Inguito, Bank
3. Justin Reyes, Main Event
4. Harry Yoo, DSK
5. Jon Paras, Still Fly

MOST IMPROVED
1. Evan Namkung, Still Fly
2. Beau Reyes, Game Breakers
3. Rocky Anciano, YHATUS
4. Chris Mosley, Remix
5. Ian Fennel, Bank

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
To Be Announced on Tuesday night.
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
 

SEPTEMBER 23, 2007

626'ers Kevin Valmonte wins MVP award
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The losing season last season is nothing but a distant memory for 626'ers and they have Kevin Valmonte's stellar play to thank them for the number one seed heading into the Playoffs. The tenacious defender led the division in steals with a total of 28 steals and the easy picks led to easy buckets as Kevin led the division in scoring. He averaged 26.6 ppg and led 626'ers to a 7-1 record. His mantra of playing "40 minutes" a game defined 626'ers successful Sophomore season.

Evan Nankung led the division in blocked shots with a total of 25 blocks for the season. The Underdawgs Center was also the top shot blockers in the Platinum Division tying for second in blocked shots with a total of 12. Alex "Bear" Ivezaj's numbers were lower this season but his tenacity on the boards and his knack for playing defense kept Money Inc on top of the division.

OJ Yayboe quickly moved up the divisions as a rookie playing for 3 teams: Thrillers, Main Event, and Foundation. He set the assists record in the highest division with 17 assists, a mark previously set by Steven Watts. Yayboe ranked second in the team in scoring with 18.8 ppg and led his team with 16 dimes. Kabibbles' guard Robert Bautista earned Player of the Week honors in Week 5 scoring 42 points and grabbing 7 rebounds.

Gold Division's GM of the Season race was one of the closest in Superstar Basketball history. Money Inc.'s Andrew Persaud finally reached his goal of becoming GM of the Season. His team started off to a strong 5-0 start before fading away at the end of the season with a 3 game losing streak. On Week 3, the unit debuted their Money Inc jerseys along with matching shoes that had other players mesmerized at their well thought out unis. "Not only are we undefeated, I showed up at the 1 Yr Anniversary, went to the GM Meeting, gave my ideas, was the first to pay, and we're undefeated," he said (during Week 5). Don Clark has won the first ever GM of the Year award but has yet to win a GM of the Season award. The Hungry Hippos girls are also one of the organized GMs in the league and their support for the franchise had the team finish the season with a franchise best, 5-3 record.

When "Super J" was hitting 3-pointers for #1 Stunners, no one was impressed. His shot is clearly on point but his lack of touches produced just 4 points per game last season. With a new role with Money Inc., he ranked second in three pointers made with 26 and produced a team-high 17.9 ppg. Runner-up, James Bernardo, finally attained his goal of leading the division in assists (26), a goal he's been trying to reach since Superstar's Inaugural Season when he played for Dynasty.



MVP VOTES
1. Kevin Valmonte, 626'ers
2. Matt Lewis, Thrillers
3. Jerry Schiess, Aztecs
4. Evan Nankung, Underdawgs
5. Paul Anderson, Franchise

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Evan Nankung, Underdawgs
2. Alex Ivezaj, Money Inc.
3. Josh Fry, 626'ers
4. David Brands, Aztecs
5. Paul Anderson, Franchise

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. OJ Yayboe, Thrillers
2. Jose Garcia, Aztecs
3. Robert Bautista, Kabibbles
4. VJ Sukhbarow, Fabulous
5 .Terrence Espiritu, High Five

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON
1. Andrew Persaud, Money Inc
2. Don Clark, Aztecs
3. Rodney Ching, 626'ers
4. Raymond Cardenas, Franchise
5. Linda Santillan and Valerie Palma, Hungry Hungry Hippos

MOST IMPROVED
1. John Gorvokaj, Money Inc.
2. James Bernardo, Elements
3. Sean Stokes, Game Breakers
4. Melvin Watkins, High Five
5. JJ Collado, Underdawgs

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
To Be Announced on Tuesday night.
 


+ Fantasy Player of the Season award is awarded to the best with the best overall stats.