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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 20, 2008

Semi Pro Inc wins MVP and GM of the Season Award

Coach Don and Jason Sanchies took home the GM of the Season award after leading Semi Pro Inc to a perfect record this season. The defending Champions were 8-0 in their second season and made headlines week after week. Not only did the team add former USC standout Jeff Trepagnier but the Champs also added hip hop recording artist, "The Game" in the lineup. The star-studded line-up meant capacity crowds and Semi Pro Inc arguably became the team to beat this season. Coach Don was very involved with his team as the team donned new Semi Pro Inc t-shirts while occasionally showing up to other opponent's games. Coach Don was also involved in producing scouting reports for other teams especially against Wildcats, a team he looks forward to facing in the Playoffs this season.

"The team is well coached and they also engage in friendly competition with some of the other teams," said a league analyst. "Whether they're producing scouting reports against you or they're informing you of the other team's weaknesses, it just shows how involved Semi Pro Inc is with the league."

Jeff Trepagnier finished in the top 3 in scoring this season and the USC standout led the league in ppg (27.4 ppg). Trepagnier led the division in steals with a total of 20 (2.9 spg) and was tied for 2nd in three-pointers with a total of 33 three's. While Trepagnier is making his way to Europe at the end of the season, Kenneth Ubom started the season coming back from Europe. It seems like he's nominated for the MVP award every season and this season, he ranked in the top three in scoring posting 26.4 ppg for his new team, Team Play. Cameron Murray tied the season record with 45 assists and he averaged 6.4 apg, 17.4 ppg, and 1.0 spg.

Defensive Player of the Season award was awarded to Wildcats Tracy Murray who led the league with 16 blocks. The former Wizards player averaged 2.7 bpg, 1.5 spg and 9.0 rpg for Wildcats this season. Andrew Knox was tied for 2nd in blocked shots with a total of 11 and he finished with 6 steals while averaging 4.6 bpg. Last season's Rookie of the Season, Cortez Ward, was also tied for 2nd in blocked shots with a total of 11. The Skull-basherz GM averaged 8.7 rpg, 1.1 spg.

The Rookie of the Season award went to Ryan Snook who led the league in scoring in his first season averaging 25.0 ppg and recording 200 points for Team 24. He was tied for 2nd in three-pointers with a total of 33 three's. After starting the season with a 0-3 record, Street Fam Hustlas made a huge turnaround after adding Cartier Carter to the line-up. Cartier led the team in scoring with 18.2 ppg and he averaged 1.5 spg, 1.7 apg. Rashad Austin was also nominated for the award and he ranked 3rd in ppg averaging 26.3 ppg in his rookie season with Hard Work.

Rashad's teammate from Hard Work, Tim Pendergraph, won the Most Improved Award this season. Last season, he averaged 13.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg and Hard Work failed to qualify for the playoffs. This season, Hard Work is in the Playoffs with Pendergraph averaging 21.3 ppg, 2.7 apg.
 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - DIAMOND DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Jeff Trepagnier, Semi Pro Inc
2. Cameron Murray, Wildcats
3. Amos Battle, Young Gunnaz
4. Terrance Martin, #1 Stunners
5. Kenneth Ubom, Team Play





1. Tracy Murray, Wildcats
2. Cortez Ward, Skull-basherz
3. Leshawn Miller, Street Fam Hustlas
4. Andrew Knox, Young Gunnaz
5. Jay Hollis, Hard Work
 





1. Ryan Snook, Team 24
2. Cartier Carter, Street Fam
3. Rashad Austin, Hard Work
4. Donelle Booker, Team Splash
5. Gentry Blaine, Skull-basherz

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Jason Sanchies, Semi Pro Inc
2. Paul Anderson, Street Fam
3. Aldrin Medina, Team 24
4. Kearney Lindsay, Hard Work
5. Mark Pagdilao, #1 Stunners

 

 





1. Tim Pendergraph, Hard Work
2. James Richard, Posse
3. Michael Clue, So Cal Ballers
4. Aldrin Medina, Team 24
5. Taylor Begg, So Cal Ballers

 





1. Ryan Snook, Team 24
2. Jeff Trepagnier, Semi Pro Inc
3. Tracy Murray, Wildcats
4. Walt Batton, Hard Work
5. Cortez Ward, Skull-basherz

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 20, 2008

USUCK claims MVP and GM of the Season Award

 

It's been a long year for DSK General Manager Harry Yoo. After leaving the team he first started a year ago, the Center claimed his first GM of the Season award after leading USUCK to an undefeated 8-0 season. The runner-up, Mikey Buenaventura, is running B-Junkies for the first time and he's done an exceptional job in his first season as a GM. The team finished with a 7-1 record and their MySpace page has been one of the better MySpace profiles in the league.

Dedrick Bates was added to USUCK last summer and his team's record means more to him than his individual stats. Still, you can't ignore the numbers he posted this season: 25.5 ppg (ranked 1st), 4.4 apg (ranked 2nd), and 45 three-pointers (ranked 1st).

Defensive Player of the Season award was awarded to rookie Donald Smith of Hydroform. The forward grabbed the rebounding title averaging 12.0 rpg and ranked 1st in steals with 3.4 spg.

B-Junkies rookie Hugh Butler led the division in assists with 4.6 apg, 37 assists. Hugh led the team in scoring with 22.4 ppg and was tops in three-pointers hitting 22 three's this season. Chacon Davis, a runner-up for Rookie of the season, led the division in blocked shots with 17 blocks in his rookie season. The Remix Center was also a runner-up for Defensive Player of the Season.

He said it many times before and many chose not to believe him. He said he was capable of leading the division in scoring and at one point of the season, he led the division in three-pointers. Dagobah System GM finished with 26 three pointers (tied for 4th) and averaged 20.9 ppg, a career-high. His improved shooting has inspired a DVD - Better Hoops with Bouncin' Beau Reyes.


 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - PLATINUM DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Dedrick Bates, USUCK
2. Kenneth Ubom, Money Inc
3. Sam Yeung, The Game
4. Henry Frierson, Bank
5. Alphonso White, Vestige





1. Donald Smith, Hydroform
2. Chacon Davis, Remix
3. Carl Hardin, Screwed Up Click
4. Omar Caro, That Same Team
5. Rashad Martin, Bank
 





1. Hugh Butler, B-Junkies
2. Chacon Davis, Remix
3. Chris Anderson, Highlanders
4. Bob Cameron, Boss Players
5. Brandon Papez, B-Junkies

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1.
Harry Yoo, USUCK
2. Mikey Buenaventura, B-Junkies
3. Daniel Smith, Hydroform
4. Andrew Persaud, Money Inc
5. Andrew Brewer, The Game

 

 





1. Beau Reyes, Dagobah System
2. Jason Fielder, Boss Players
3. Sunny Co, The Game
4. D'Arci Ramos, Class Clowns
5. Efehi Ogbebor, Bosses

 


 


1.   Dedrick Bates, USUCK
2.   Rashad Martin, Bank
3.   Hugh Butler, B-Junkies
4.   Derek DeVan, USUCK
5.   Carl Hardin, Screwed Up Click
 

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 21, 2008

JR Gonzalez wins MVP award

Rookie JR Gonzalez led the division in scoring and 3-pointers this season. The sharp-shooter averaged 34.9 ppg and connected for a league-high 54 three-pointers. He led Them Guys to the Playoffs with a 5-3 record with the last game being a triple OT clincher on the last week of the season. JR's scoring average was 52 percent of his team's scoring average. 626'ers Kevin Valmonte was a close runner-up along with Allen Brown, the Stylin On You guard.

After making a trip to the Finals last season, Stylin On You GM Terence Morales proved the trip was no fluke leading Stylin On You to a 6-2 record. The Stylin On You GM added key pieces to the team in the off-season and has already committed to playing in Platinum Division next season. After a 0-3 start, Victor Ng led his team to 5 wins straight as Silent But Deadly finished with a 5-3 record. 626'ers GM Rodney Ching improved his team from a 4-4 record to a 6-2 record this season. The team ranks #1 and had one of the toughest schedule this season.

Defensive Player of the Season award was awarded to rookie Marselis Irving of Team Kellz. The rookie averaged 10.8 rpg (ranked 3rd) and posted totals of 9 steals and 8 blocks. He was also a candidate for Rookie of the season averaging 19.5 ppg and 11 three-pointers in his rookie season. Outkast Connection Center Marcus Richardson ranked 2nd in rebounds with 12.4 rpg and was a close runner-up in the ballots.

After leading the division in steals (24 steals) and finishing 2nd in three-pointers (28 three's) JimenezWockeez guard Aaron Jimenez finished the ballot as Rookie of the Season. The League Commissioner Hanz Jimenez hesitated to give his cousin the award but after finishing the season in the top 3 in categories, certainly his stats deserved recognition especially after the team started with a 0-2 start. "It was difficult for me to award Aaron the Rookie of the Season award especially since he's my cousin but our voting panel chose who should be recognized for certain awards on Week 8." Marselis Irving was a runner-up for the award (19.5 ppg) along with Paul Abel of 562 Renegades

562 Renegades guard Luigi Pardini improved his scoring average by nearly 10 points. Luigi averaged 14.5 ppg and the sharp turnaround helped rookie team 562 Renegades become one of the division's top teams this season.

 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - GOLD DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1.  JR Gonzalez, Them Guys
2.  Kevin Valmonte, 626'ers
3.  Allen Brown, Stylin On You
4.  Matt Anderson, San Miguel Beermen
5.  Brett Setsuda, Wooball
6.  Mark Davidson, Primetime
7.  Francis De La Victoria, SBD
8.  Thomas Cruz, Dynasty
9.  James Mc Cray, Money Shot
10. Rahsaan Reyes, Flashback
 





1.  Marselis Irving, Team Kellz
2.  Marcus Richardson, Outkast
3.  Kenny Ali, Stylin On You
4.  Ahron Knox, Phenoms
5.  Caylen Clark, San Miguel Beermen
6.  Fernando Ruiz, Outlawz
7.  Jesse Romero, Silent But Deadly
8.  Jon Lee, JimenezWockeez
9.  Jack Moore, 626'ers
10. Mike Underwood, The Business





1.  Aaron Jimenez, JimenezWockeez
2.  Marselis Irving, Team Kellz
3.  Paul Abel, 562 Renegades
4.  Chris Chi, Wooball
5.  Damian Reyes, B.O.B.
6.  Leomar Cachola, D-League
7.  Sam Lee, LLI
8.  Ferny Montiel, Them Guys
9.  JR Gonzalez, Them Guys
10. Mike Von Borster, Brotherhood

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Terence Morales, Stylin On You
2. Victor Ng, Silent But Deadly
3. Rodney Ching, 626'ers
4. Anthony Santos, B.O.B.
5. AJ Francisco, Da Guh
6. Kevin Koda, Wooball
7. Alex Somesla, Brotherhood
8. Anthony Palacol, Outkast Connection
9. Dale Basingat, San Miguel Beermen
10.Andrew Persaud, Evil Empire

 





1.  Luigi Pardini, 562 Renegades
2.  Harry Yoo, High Five
3.  Chris Ostos, Nusantara
4.  Janel Wilson, The Rock
5.  Kris Carrillo, Untouchables
6.  Robert Clemens, Flashback
7.  Mark Jimenez, JimenezWockeez
8.  Jay Ju, 626'ers
9.  JP Palella, 562 Renegades
10. Francis Pascual, Phenoms





1.  JR Gonzalez, Them Guys
2.  David Munoz, Outlawz
3.  Fernando Ruiz, Outlawz
4.  Matt Anderson, San Miguel Beermen
5.  Marselis Irving, Team Kellz
6.  Ken Ngarayawongse, Dynasty
7.  Andrew Knox, JimenezWockeez
8.  Chuck Trevino, High Five
9.  Brett Setsuda, Wooball
10. Bryan Wong, Da Guh



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 21, 2008

Jodian Lyn wins MVP award

 

Reigning Finals MVP Jodian Lyn was named the Regular Season MVP award after having an undefeated season with Lady Skull-basherz this season. The only loss the defending Champs suffered was when she wasn't in the lineup and when she's suited up for LSB, the team is 6-0. She finished 2nd in assists with 4.8 apg and averaged 7.4 ppg, 2.4 spg. The defending Champs are 6-1 in their second season finishing 1st in the Women's Division.

Her teammate Malika Jones ranked 2nd in rebounds averaging 9.7 rpg, 1.3 spg. She was one of the league's leading shot-blockers swatting a total of 9 blocks in her second season.

Rookie Joanna Miller of Deaconettes averaged 18.3 ppg, 5.0 apg, 12.3 rpg in her rookie season. She was named unanimous Rookie of the Season while her General Manager, Don Clark, was named GM of the Season. The team finished with a 4-3 record and brought tremendous crowd support all the way from Hollywood, week after week.

Jamie Bumia of Ladies Reign improved on her scoring average from last season. She averaged 6.3 ppg last season and this season, she improved by more than 10 points averaging 16.7 ppg in 3 games.

 

 

 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - WOMEN'S DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1.  Jodian Lyn, Lady Skull-basherz
2.  Joanna Miller, Deaconettes
3.  Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign
4.  Leslie Andal, Smokin Aces
5.  Anna Reyes, Shooters

 





1.  Malika Jones, Lady Skull-basherz
2.  Leslie Andal, Smokin Aces
3.  Giselle Jimenez, Ladies Reign
4.  Jaina Abdul-Mansour, Deaconettes
5.  Ferrarri Funches, Lady Skull-basherz
 





1.  Joanna Miller, Deaconettes
2.  Laquisha Robinson, LSB
3.  Amari Jackson, Deaconettes
4.  Stephanie Gallegos, Smokin Aces
5.  Perthenia Jones, Deaconettes
 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1.
Don Clark, Deaconettes
2. Jodian Lyn, Lady Skull-basherz
3. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
 

 





1.  Jamie Bumia, Ladies Reign
2.  Jennifer Young, Lady Skull-basherz
 





1.  Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign
2.  Joanna Miller, Deaconettes
3.  Leslie Andal, Smokin Aces
4.  Ferrari Funches, Lady Skull-basherz
5.  Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 28, 2008

James Bernardo wins MVP award

 

With an emphasis on defense, Elements surged to a 4-0 start and they had their General Manager to thank for it. He led the division in steals with 24 steals, 3.0 spg and also led the division in assists handing out 3.5 apg, 28 assists. Also considered was Championship Game MVP Jeri De Leon of Game Bang

Chuck Trevino led the division in rebounds (17.0 rpg) and blocked shots with a total of 11 blocks. Anthony Santos ranked 2nd in the ballots and he ranked 3rd in steals with a total of 17.

With the new website, Assassinslive.com, Ron Hernandez was voted by league voters as the GM of the Season for Assassins. Not only does he show up every game for his team but he has also shown tremendous support for several teams: Game Bang, Hydroform, and Money Inc.

MVP talks surrounded Gin Rojas of Elements and he named the Most Improved Player of the division. He led LeBronze in three-pointers with 23 and averaged 12.8 ppg, 5.5 rpg.

 

 

 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - LEBRONZE DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON





1.  James Bernardo, Elements
2.  Jeri De Leon, Game Bang
3.  Chuck Trevino, Thrillers

 





1.  Chuck Trevino, Thrillers
2.  Anthony Santos, Game Bang
3.  Ryan Castillo, Elements
 





1.  Ron Hernandez, Assassins
2.  AJ Francisco, Game Bang
3.  James Bernardo, Elements
 

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Gin Rojas, Elements
2. Brent Johnson, Thrillers
3. Ron Hernandez, Assassins
 

 

 



1.   Gin Rojas, Elements
2.   Chuck Trevino, Thrillers
3.   James Bernardo, Elements
4.   Anthony Santos, Game Bang
5.   Jeri De Leon, Game Bang



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
October 4, 2008
 

MVP, Defensive Player, and GM of the Season go to ‘Daygo’s Finest’
 

Finest walked into the gym with the nicest jerseys, largest crowd, and a video camera to tape their games.  Right from the get go, everyone knew Finest was a team that was serious when it came to basketball.  They ended the season with a 4 game winning streak, holding on to the best record in the league at 6-2.  GM Nate Bautista walks away as the first ever GM of the Season award for Superstar San Diego.  He put together both a professional and talented team with the MVP and Defensive Player of the Season also on his team.  GM Hanz Jimenez was the runner-up for GM of the Season, bringing his team down from LA to play Saturdays while also running Superstar LA on Sundays.  He did a great job on getting enough players there, and its impressive that he can get at least 5 players to show up for each game.  Some SD teams can’t even do that. 

A close battle between The Fleet’s own Jeremy Hunt and Finest’s Kenny Lee came down to the wire but Lee would come out on top.  He played like an MVP all season, showing up for all 8 games while securing the best record for his team with also impressive numbers.  He averaged 24.1 ppg(2nd), hit 40 threes (1st), and made 25-31 free throws(1st FTM).  In a notable game against his MVP competition Jeremy Hunt, he scored 39 points and hit on a league high 9 threes.

Jeremy Hunt of the The Fleet would be awarded the Rookie of the Season award.  Hunt led the league in scoring averaging 31.2 points a game.  He also grabbed 8.8 boards a game and dished out 2 assists a contest.  He was also in the Top 3 in three point field goals a game.  Along with the Rookie award, he also claimed the Fantasy Player of the Season award.  In week 3, Hunt ended up scoring a league high 48 points while hitting on 9 threes, despite losing by 3 points to LA > SD.

The Defensive Player of the Season award was awarded to Center Tali McLemore of Finest.  Even though he is now out for the season, he was a force in the paint ranking 1st in blocked shots with 2.2 rejections a game.  He also averaged 2 steals, 10 boards, and 11.4 points a game.  Lemme Sheck’s Justin Omalev was not far behind for the Defensive Player award averaging a league high 3.1 steals a game. 

Get Swayze’s own Gaylord Phillips got nominated for all awards except GM of the Season.

 

 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - SAN DIEGO DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON



1. Kenny Lee
2. Jeremy Hunt
3. Gaylord Phillips

 

 

1. Tali McLemore
2. Justin Omalev
3. Gaylord Phillips


 

 

1. Jeremy Hunt
2. Kenny Lee
3. Gaylord Phillips


 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Nate Bautista
2. Hanz Jimenez
3. Brian Gutierrez

 



 

1. Jeremy Hunt
2. Kenny Lee
3. Gaylord Phillips


 





1. Jeremy Hunt