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POST SEASON AWARDS
MARCH 30, 2007




Derrick Devan wins 1st MVP award, Andre Flores is Defensive Player of Season.

Superstar Basketball League announced early Friday morning that Mindstate's Derrick DeVan won the Winter 2007 MVP Award after leading Mindstate to an undefeated season. Deacons Center, Mark Moton, was a close second in the closest MVP race to date. "The team went 8-0 in the regular season. He has some guys who can play but no offense to Mindstate, the guys in the Deacons squad can carry their own too. Derrick is more valuable to his team and the team record proves that," observed Head Official, Reggie Ramirez. Mindstate and Deacons met in Week 5 and Derrick scored 25 points while Mark was limited to 11 points and 10 rebounds. Mindstate defeated the Hollywood team, 53-49.

Freestyle's Andre Flores was named Defensive Player of the Season. He averaged 10.6 rpg and had 8 blocks to go with 10 steals. Although his teammate, Steven Watts, led the team in rebounds with 88 boards, Andre was a defensive powerhouse that did a lot of the dirty work. "His work down on the block doesn't show in the stats sheet. We know what goes on down there, and take him away from Freestyle and their record would have been much, much lower," Reggie added. Freestyle led the Platinum Division in rebounding with a season total of 295 rebounds.

He may not look like a typical rookie but Deacons Center, Mark Moton, was rewarded with the Rookie of the Season award for his stellar play. In his first season, he also claimed the Rebounding Title after finishing with a total of 93 rebounds, barely beating Mindstate's Derrick DeVan who grabbed a total of 92 rebounds. In our Overall Stats, Mark ranked second for his all-around play and he finished the season with a remarkable line of: 17 ppg, 3.1 apg, 13.3 rpg, 13 three-pointers, and 1.6 spg. The Center blocked 6 shots and for him to be one of the League leaders in assists is an admirable task. The Defending Champions, Global Gym, was led by a rookie, PJ Marte, and the lethargic SG was also heavily considered for the award after leading Global Gym in scoring with 17.7 ppg. He was one of the League leaders in three-pointers made and he finished at the top of the leader board with a total of 27 three's.

The Fantasy Player of the Season went to Deacons swingman, Jester Jovan. "All along I thought it would have been Mark or Derrick but I was somewhat surprised to see Jester up there," said the Commish. He averaged 14.9 ppg, 2.3 apg, 2.6 spg, 75.0% free-throw shooting and the Commish believes it was his free-throw shooting that got him the better ranking. How are stats determined? "I guess you can say I'm a fantasy basketball fanatic. Based on the components in fantasy basketball, I came up with the system way before the League started and you can have a sneak peek at who the top 7 Overall players were."

The Franchise Owner of the Season went to Mindstate's Team Captain, Jay-R DeRamos. The team went undefeated the entire season and Mindstate was always on time. "Bottom line is, if your team is winning, and your players have never had an altercation all season, that means they know the rules and they have nothing but respect for the League. Also, when your team shows up early, and you watch other teams play, and you are one of the first teams to fully pay, that means YOU WANT IT. They may not have a nice MySpace profile like the Stunners do and their jerseys might be somewhat ghetto but bottom line is, they won all their games," reasoned Commissioner, Hanz Jimenez.

A new award was introduced this season and Xplosion's Adrian Camarena won the new Most Improved award. Adrian led the team in scoring with a 14.3 ppg average and the Player of the Week for Week 1 is regarded as one of the best defenders in the League. Swish's Jon Lee was a near second after leading the league in total blocked shots with 12.

The All Stars for the Platinum Division will be announced on Friday evening. Gold Division Post Season Awards will be announced on Saturday morning and All Star players will be announced on Saturday night.

MVP VOTES
1. Derek Devan, Mindstate
2. Mark Moton, Deacons
3. Martin Camarena, Xplosion
4. Rob Miller, Dead End
5. Giyoh Shey, Bank

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Andre Flores, Freestyle
2. Alex Ivezaj, #1 Stunners
3. Martin Camarena, Xplosion
4. Steven Watts, Freestyle
5. Harry Yoo, DSK

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. Mark Moton, Deacons
2. PJ Marte, Global Gym
3. Mark Pagdilao, #1 Stunners
4. EJ Latorre, Dead End
5. Richard Hak, DSK

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Jovan Jester , Deacons
2. Mark Moton, Deacons
3. Derrick DeVan, Mindstate
4. Martin Camarena, Xplosion
5. Steven Watts, Freestyle

FRANCHISE OWNER OF THE SEASON
1. Jay-R DeRamos, Mindstate
2. Mark Pagdilao, #1 Stunners
3. Don Clark, Deacons
4. Holden Williams, Freestyle
5. Aries Inguito, Bank

MOST IMPROVED
1. Adrian Camarena, Xplosion
2. Jon Lee, Swish
3. Jeff Bencito, Flight One
4. Tommy Avalos, Game Breakers

 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
MARCH 31, 2007


Khorn Leng unanimously wins MVP awards, Joseph Flores is Defensive Player of Season.

Superstar Basketball League announced its postseason awards for the Gold Division on Saturday afternoon. Angkor Wat's prolific scorer, Khorn Leng, averaged 37.6 ppg and scored a record 263 points in his first season. The sharp-shooter made 35 three-pointers this season to lead Angkor Wat to 1st place in the Gold Division standings. "There was really no question who the MVP was going to be. Without him, they lost to a playoff team, Elements. With Khorn on the floor, Angkor Wat is still undefeated," said League Commissioner, Hanz Jimenez. Angkor Wat lead the league in three-points made with a total of 60 three-pointers this season. They will face B-LO-DA-RIM in the opening round of the Playoffs and Angkor Wat has already registered in the Platinum Division next season.

The Defensive Player of the Season was awarded to his teammate, Joseph Flores. He recorded 17 blocks, 6 steals, and grabbed 62 rebounds for the 7-1 Angkor Wat. "He led the Gold Division in blocks and you know there's not a whole lot of defense going on in the lower division. Joseph did the dirty work down low and he put up some good numbers on the offensive end as well," commended Head Official Reggie Ramirez. He was named Player of the Week for Week 7 after scoring 26 points against former number one team, Aztecs.

Relics' Andrew Knox won The Rookie of the Season Award and the high-flyer was the first to dunk in Superstar history. He averaged 20.1 ppg, 7.8 rpg, and 2.1 apg in the Relics first season. Andrew was the centerpiece of Relics success and as inconsistent as they were in the beginning of the season, Team Captain Ernest Pablo, made him the first option on offense and the move resulted in a 4 game winning streak which now has them as the 4th seed in the Playoffs. His
Week 6 highlight on Elements was one of the most memorable moments this season. BBC's Alex Ivezaj was a close second for Rookie of the Season while Team Dime's Tony Johnson was a near third.

The Fantasy Player of the Season was Andrew Knox and his overall stats dominated the competition. He had 21 steals, 9 blocks and 24 three-pointers making the all-around player a landslide winner in the Fantasy Player category. Joseph Flores was a distant second and Alex Ivezaj rounded off the Top 3.

Elements James Bernardo and Luke Montilla became the first winners to repeat in a category as the tandem was awarded The Franchise Owner of the Season. Their
MySpace page pioneered a new wave of team pages as Superstar teams have followed in their footsteps. While others are starting to catch up, they have made highlight videos that even had League Commissioner, Hanz Jimenez, interested in what the two have set out to do. "Last season, they had weekly e-mail threads and they used technology to motivate the team when morale was its lowest. This season, they filled up the stands and what made them the obvious winners was their Captain, Luke, WILLING to post a video of himself getting dunked on. We win some, we lose some, but when you accept humility, it proves your high level of sportsmanship." 

One of the players that was looking forward to the Winter Season was BBC's Andrew Persaud. The Team Captain was a close second for Franchise Owner of the Season in Fall 2006 but this season, the leader's mission was to simply, "Wet the competition." After averaging 4.5 ppg and hitting 6 three-pointers in his rookie season, he boosted his average to 12.4 ppg, and finished tied for second with 24 three-pointers. "I remember his first week back in October...or was it September...some guys, I'm not gonna say who, but they were like...this guy is playing basketball? Easy win. Done. Nowadays, he's got confidence and he'll make that three-ball in your face...then talk about it on the message boards. His team is winning when he makes those shots..so it's not like he's being selfish either." said an anonymous Team Captain. Thrillers Melvin Watkins also improved tremendously in his Sophomore season boosting his rookie stats from: 7.9 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 0 blocks to 9.3 ppg, 10.4 rpg, and 1.5 bpg. A friend from high school was curious with Melvin's improvement and joked, "Melvin Watkins? Second in rebounds and blocks? Melvin? Wait...Melvin Watkins? No..."  His improvement earned him an All Star selection and the full roster will be announced on Saturday evening.

 

MVP
1. Khorn Leng, Angkor Wat
2. Alex Ivezaj, BBC
3. Andrew Knox, Relics
4. Marcus Richardson, Outkast Connection
5. Jack Moore, Deep Penetration

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Joseph Flores, Angkor Wat
2. James Bernardo, Elements
3. Nico Bouye, B-LO-DA-RIM
4. Tony Johnson, Team Dime
5. Melvin Watkins, Thrillers

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON
1. Andrew Knox, Relics
2. Alex Ivezaj, BBC
3. Tony Johnson, Team Dime
4. Ryan Mileski, Aztecs
5. Mark Gatpo, Abstract

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON
1. Andrew Knox, Relics
2. Joseph Flores, Angkor Wat
3. Alex Ivezaj, BBC
4. Ryan Mileski, Aztecs
5. Brian Valladares, Aztecs

FRANCHISE OWNER OF THE SEASON
1. James Bernardo/Luke Montilla, Elements
2. Don Clark, Aztecs
3. Ernest Pablo, Relics
4. Kane Mom, Angkor Wat
5. Anthony Palacol, Outkast Connection

MOST IMPROVED
1. Andrew Persaud, BBC
2. Melvin Watkins, Thrillers
3. James Bernardo, Elements
4. Alex Cua, Thrillers
5. Allen Medina, Outkast Connection