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POST SEASON AWARDS
June 22, 2008

Dennis Adams grabs second GM of the Season title

 

The Problem's regular season winning streak came to an end this season but that didn't prevent Dennis Adams from securing his second General Manager of the Season Award. He barely edged out Semi Pro Inc's GM Jason Sanchies and Coach Don. Both teams rank #1 and #2 respectively and both GMs are expecting nothing short of a Finals appearance with both teams finishing with a 6-2 record.

Being a General Manager is the toughest job in the league and the challenge of managing personnel in the league's highest division shouldn't be overlooked. Both The Problem and Semi Pro Inc create controversial headlines but are well behaved on the court and off the court.

Jason Harris led The Problem to a 6-2 record and he led the team in scoring by averaging 21.7 ppg. He averaged 8.3 rpg, 1.5 spg and 1.7 apg. Kenneth Ubom was a runner up MVP and he averaged 22.1 ppg for Association. He led the division with 18 steals and was instrumental in leading Association back into the playoffs.

Defensive Player of the Season award was rewarded to rookie Donald Jones from Semi Pro Inc. Donald averaged 8.8 rpg, 1.0 spg, 1.7 bpg. "Donald's defensive presence won him over and he did a lot of things that didn't necessarily show up on the box score," said a league representative. "Bobby Mugsby and Aaron Thompson had great numbers but The Donald played exceptional defense for Semi Pro Inc."

Cortez Ward was named Player of the Week twice in his rookie season. The Skull-basherz rookie averaged 19.9 ppg, 1.9 apg, and played in all 8 games for Semi Pro Inc. His teammate, Aaron Thompson was highly considered for Rookie of the Season honors as well and he averaged 22.7 ppg, 4.0 apg, 1.8 spg.

Damien Jones was named Most Improved Player of the Season after making the jump from Gold Division to Diamond Division. The former Heavy Hittaz squad jumped 2 divisions higher and continues his stellar play with his Diamond Division team, Showtime. Damien averaged 21.5 ppg, 1.7 spg, 6.5 rpg.

+ The voting panel consists of the stats-keepers, referees, and the League Commissioner.
+ 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.

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Jason Harris, The Problem
2. Kenneth Ubom, Association
3. Leon Fiaherty, Pro Stunners
4. Ken Wright, Semi Pro Inc
5. Henry Frierson, Posse





1. Donald Jones, Semi Pro Inc
2. Bobby Mugsby, Street Fam Hustlas
3. Aaron Thompson, Skull-basherz
4. Leshawn Miller, Street Fam Hustlas
5. Shadon Knight, Posse
 





1. Cortez Ward, Skull-basherz
2. Jason Sanchies, Semi Pro Inc
3. Aaron Thompson, Skull-basherz
4. Walt Batton, Hard Work
5. John Dang, Association

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Dennis Adams, The Problem
2. Jason Sanchies, Semi Pro Inc
3. Wayne Begg, So Cal Ballers
4. Kearney Lindsay, Hard Work
5. Paul Anderson, Street Fam Hustlas

 

 





1. Damien Jones, Showtime
2. Dedrick Bates, Run N Gun
3. Leon Fiaherty, Pro Stunners
4. Matt Mosley, Street Fam Hustlas

 


 


1. Aaron Thompson, Skull-basherz
2. Shawn McCallister, Pro Stunners
3. Damian Jones, Showtime
4. Jason Harris, The Problem

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
June 21, 2008

USUCK's Derek DeVan claims second MVP Title
 

A year and a half after winning his first MVP title, USUCK Center Derek DeVan claimed his second MVP honor guiding USUCK to a 5-3 record.

Derek is having a spectacular season as he leads both Diamond and Platinum Division in scoring. He averages 36.7 ppg for USUCK and tied for the second most assists in the division with 4.3 apg. He grabbed the rebounding title finishing with 95 rebounds this season.

Defensive Player of the Season award went to underrated defender, The Bank's Ian Fennel. Ian averaged 1.3 spg, 2.2 bpg and tied with Armando Aranda in blocked shots with 13. The debate for Defensive Player of the Season went on for hours and any of the 5 candidates could have won that honor. In the end, it was Ian's tenacious defense and his ability to create turnovers that won him over the panel.

Rookie Ralph Navarez averaged a double-double 22.9 ppg, 13.0 rpg for Money Inc. He blocked 8 shots and the post presence he provided helped Money Inc claim the 3rd seed with a 5-3 record. Bank's rookie Rashad Martin finished as the runner-up and he averaged 21.1 ppg, 11.1 rpg. 

The General Manager of the Season award went to That Same Team GM Lalo Arroyo. He not only led That Same Team to a Championship in Gold last season but led That Same Team (pun intended) to the top of the division in Platinum - a feat that's been unheard of at this point. "Most teams that climb a division underachieve. That Same Team is the first team to breakthrough," said a league analyst. The team started off strong by beating Relics (last season's finalist) and TST finished with a 6-2 record.

Most Improved award went to Sophomore sensation Uzoma Kalu who finished with 20.4 ppg, 1.9 apg. His improvement helped Remix finish with a 4-4 record and the team is making their first Playoff appearance this season.
 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Derek DeVan, USUCK
2. Terrance Martin, Relics
3. Kenneth Ubom, Money Inc
4. Patrick Ayson, The City
5. Alphonso White, Relics





1. Ian Fennel, Bank
2. Aaron Garcia, The City
3. Armando Aranda, Class Clowns
4. Ralph Navarez, Money Inc
5. Adrian Eddington, The City
 





1. Ralph Navarez, Money Inc
2. Rashad Martin, Bank
3. Jason Fielder, Remix
4. Danny Fotaine, The City
5. Jermaine Hardin, The L Squad

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Lalo Arroyo, That Same Team
2. Andrew Persaud, Money Inc
3. Ernest Pablo, Relics
4. Harry Yoo, USUCK
5. Chris Mosley, Remix

 

 





1. Uzoma Kalu, Remix
2. Jeff Reyes, Dagobah System
3. Aries Inguito, Bank
4. Christopher Lacy, Team Play
5. Mike Ruiz, Bank

 





1. Andrew Knox, Relics
2. Aaron Garcia, The City
3. Terrence Martin, Relics
4. Rashad Martin, Bank
5. Carl Hardin, The L Squad



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
June 22, 2008

Deep Penetration Center Jack Moore claims MVP title
 

A season after being named All Star MVP, Jack Moore has finally claimed the Regular Season MVP title. Deep Penetration grabbed the 3rd seed in the Playoffs with a 6-2 record and Jack led the team in nearly all stat categories. He led the team with 20 three-pointers and averaged 17.7 ppg, 1.4 apg, 7.4 rpg, and 2.1 spg. Reigning MVP Francis De La Victoria of Silent But Deadly averaged 21.3 ppg, 1.7 spg and finished with the most three pointers in the Gold Division with 26.

Defensive Player of the Season award came down to the division's leading shot blocker and rebounder, Primetime's Mark Davidson and Stylin On You's PJ Lee. The rookie Davidson ranked 2nd in rebounds with 12.3 rpg and led the division with 18 blocks (2.3 bpg). Primetime finished with a 6-2 record and is the 1st seed in the upcoming Playoffs. Stylin On You's PJ Lee grabbed a division-high 16.0 rpg and blocked 7 shots (1.0 bpg).

The Rookie of the Season award was awarded to the Blazers Brandon Fee who averaged 15.8 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.4 spg. He led the Blazers to a 5-3 record and is the 8th seed in the upcoming playoffs. Assassins rookie Daniel Smith averaged 20.3 ppg while Evil Empire's Ralph Navarez averaged 23.8 ppg. Ralph was named Platinum Division's Rookie of the Season.

Silent But Deadly's Victor Ng claimed the GM of the Season award for the first time leading SBD to a 6-2 record. The team is the 2nd seed heading into the upcoming Playoffs and has added personnel to complement Francis De La Victoria and Rob Da Silva.

James Santillan was the Most Improved Player of the Gold Division. He ranked in the top 3 in rebounds grabbing 83 rebounds this season and averaged 6.3 ppg.

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Jack Moore, Deep Penetration
2. Francis De La Victoria, SBD
3. Kenny Ali, Stylin On You
4.
David Munoz, Outlawz
5. Kevin Valmonte, 626'ers





1. Mark Davidson, Primetime
2. PJ Lee, Stylin On You
3. Laron Griffin, Team Finishline
4. Aldrin Medina, Outkast Connection
5. Allen Brown, Thrillers
 





1. Brandon Fee, Blazers
2. Ralph Navarez, Evil Empire
3. Daniel Smith, Assassins
4. Greg Brewernick, Team Finishline
5. Rahsaan Reyes, Flashback

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Victor Ng, Silent But Deadly
2. Daniel Donato, Outlawz
3. Terrence Morales, Stylin On You
4. Dung Dang, Primetime
5.
Ken Saldua, Blazers

 





1. James Santillan Decepticons
2. Anthony Santos, Game Bang
3. Thomas Cruz, Dynasty
4. Arlin Cho, Team Kellz
5. Daniel Hasibuan, Nusantara

 





1. Allen Brown, Thrillers
2. Thomas Cruz, Dynasty
3. Ken Ngarayawongse, Dynasty
4.
Kenny Ali, Stylin On You
5. Daniel Smith, Assassins



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
June 26, 2008

GM Dahrlene Somera claims GM of the Season Award.
 

After managing a record 3 teams this season, General Manager Dahrlene Somera was honored with a GM of the Season award. Dahrlene managed the following teams this season: Smokin' Aces, Spice Girls, Lady J's.

The MVP was awarded to Jodi Lyn, the Lady Skull-basherz point guard who averaged 10.1 ppg, 2.9 apg. She led the division with 3.4 spg. She led rookie team LSB to a 6-1 record and was undefeated until the final week of the regular season until Ladies Reign defeated them on Week 8. Kendra Carraway finished a close second for MVP and she averaged 17.3 ppg, 1.6 apg, 5.6 rpg.

The Defensive Player of the Season award was given to Lady Skull-basherz Latrina Woods who averaged 1.9 bpg, 2.7 spg and 6.7 rpg. Spice Girls Leslie Andal was the runner up and she averaged 9.3 rpg, 2.0 spg, 1.0 bpg. Leslie was awarded Most Improved player of the Season.


Rookie of the Season was given to Mari Evenli of Lady J's. Mari averaged 18.2 ppg, 2.6 apg, 8.2 rpg.

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Jodi Lyn, Lady Skull-basherz
2. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
3. Leslie Andal, Spice Girls
4. Mari Evenli, Lady J's
5. Anna Reyes, Smokin Aces





1. Latrina Woods, Lady Skull-basherz
2. Leslie Andal, Spice Girls
3. Ferrari Funches, Lady Skull-basherz
4. Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign
5. Jodi Lyn, Lady Skull-basherz
 





1. Mari Evenli, Lady J's
2. Diane Huynh, Spice Girls
3. Ferrari F., Lady Skull-basherz
4. Luiz Robles, The Loop
5. Gigi Ordaz, Lady J's

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Dahrlene Somera, Smokin Aces
2. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
3. Jodi Lyn, Lady Skull-basherz

 





1. Leslie Andal, Spice Girls
2. Jaime Fortin, Smokin Aces
3. Stephanie Lumbreras, The Loop
 

 


 

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