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POST SEASON AWARDS
APRIL 4, 2008

Jovan Jester named Diamond Division's MVP
 

Deacons season started off slow without two of their key players in the rotation. Reigning MVP Mark Moton was out with an injury and Terrell Renner was inactive. Without hesitation, Jovan took over and led two-time Champion Deacons to a 4-4 record.

He's been known to post all around numbers and this season was no different: Jovan ranked in the top 3 in the following categories: ranked 2nd in points (216), 2nd in assists (34) and 1st in steals (19). He averaged 25.0 ppg and played in all 8 of Deacons games.

Playmakers Martin Camarena tied for second in steals with a total of 16 for the season. He finally captured the Defensive Player of the Season award, an honor that eluded him for several seasons. He finished with an average of 4.4 rpg, and averaged 2.0 spg.

"He did a lot of things defensively that didn't show up in the box score," said a league official. "He anchored the Playmakers defense and led Playmakers to a 5-3 record."

Rookie of the Season was a tight race between several rookies. It was perhaps the closest race in the division but in the end Dedrick Bates edge out teammate Leon Fiaherty. The first time All Star averaged 18.8 ppg, 2.1 apg, 5.5 rpg and 1.6 spg. He finished in the top 3 in three-pointers hitting a total of 23 three pointers. Leon averaged a team-high 22.8 ppg, 1.8 apg, 6.8 rpg for Run N Gun. Posse GM Shadon Knight finished with 14.3 ppg, 2.5 apg, 7.8 rpg while So Cal Ballers Taylor Begg averaged 19.0 ppg and finished with 10 three-pointers, 1.9 apg, 4.9 rpg. All three teams finished with a 4-4 record.

You can erase 'interim' from his title as Young Gunnaz GM Kenny Ali led the Fontana team to a 7-1 record. League analysts were quick to crack on Ali in the Young Gunnaz season opener saying: "
"I know he doesn't float like a butterfly or stings like a bee, but Kenny Ali has no business in being the GM." After leading Young Gunnaz to the division's best record, it's safe to say Ali has earned the respect of his peers.

John Gorvokaj finally found a new home after riding the pine for Stunners for many seasons. 'Super J' was the first player traded in Superstar history and he was revitalized this season averaging 10.4 ppg and hitting 19 three pointers for his new team. The most noteworthy stat in the Diamond Division belonged to first time MVP Deacons Jovan Jester. The two-time Champion improved his scoring average to 25.0 ppg up from 11.9 ppg a season ago.

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Jovan Jester, Deacons
2. Terrence Martin, #1 Stunners
3. Amos Battle, Young Gunnaz
4. Von Tabb, Posse
5. Kenneth Ubom, The Association





1. Martin Camarena, Playmakers
2. Alex Ivezaj, #1 Stunners
3. Armando Aranda, So Cal Ballers
4. Shadon Knight, Posse
5. Martin Camarena, Playmakers

 





1. Dedrick Bates, Run N Gun
2. Leon Fiaherty, Run N Gun
3. Shadon Knight, Posse
4. Taylor Begg, So Cal Ballers
5. Anthony Battle, Young Gunnaz

 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Kenny Ali, Young Gunnaz
2. Mark Pagdilao, #1 Stunners
3. Wayne Begg, So Cal Ballers
4. Adrian Camarena, Playmakers
5. Ricardo Etheridge, Run N Gun

 

 





1. John Gorvokaj, Playmakers
2. Jovan Jester, Deacons
3. B.K. Agu, The Association
4. Ryan Mileski, Deacons
5. Bryan Pagdilao, #1 Stunners

 


 


1. Jovan Jester, Deacons
2. Leon Fiaherty, Run N Gun
3. Kenneth Ubom, The Association
4. Dedrick Bates, Run N Gun
5. Christian Yeung, Parking Lot Pimps



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
APRIL 4, 2008

Relics' Andrew Knox wins a PS MVP award.
 

Relics All Star Andrew Knox led the team to an undefeated 8-0 record and was rewarded with the division's highest honor - MVP.

Andrew led the division in steals with a total of 30 steals (3.8 spg). He averaged 18.9 ppg, 2.6 apg, 7.0 apg and tallied 5 blocks and 6 three pointers. Many will say the MVP went to the best player on an undefeated team - a team full of talent and is favored in the division to win it all.

Alex "Bear" Ivezaj grabbed the rebounding title in his last game and he finished with 94 rebounds averaging 13.4 rpg. Bear also led the division with a total of 17 blocks averaging 2.4 bpg and he finished with 10 steals (1.4 spg).

The Rookie of the Season award went to Remix high-flyer Uzoma Kalu. The lanky forward dazzled the crowd with his high-flying dunks and the rookie averaged 14.8 ppg, 8.9 rpg. There were several marquee names that were left out of the ballot due to players not playing enough games (6 required).

Relics GM Ernest Pablo led Relics to an undefeated season and received the award automatically after accomplishing the feat. "I didn't want to give him the award because I feel he didn't deserve it but it was an automatic award so let him enjoy it," joked League Commissioner Hanz Jimenez. "On a serious note, he's built an unstoppable team and I know the award doesn't matter to him because it's all about Championship for Mr. Pablo."

Chris Capinia averaged 8.0 ppg, 2.5 apg for DSK back in Summer 2007. After recovering from injury and finding a new team, the defensive guard averaged 11.6 ppg, 2.5 apg, and 2.8 spg for Class Clowns. The biggest turnaround yet the most overlooked was TROY GM Ken Ngarayawongse who averaged 4.0 ppg, 6.6 rpg last season. This season, he finished with an average of 16.4 ppg, 5.1 rpg, and 1.7 spg.

"We were reluctant on giving Ken the award because he's a staff member but after posting 47 points in one game against Game Breakers and improving his average by more than 12 points, we felt Ken really deserved it," said a league official. "We often overlook him and if you checked the website 10 minutes before it was announced he won the award, you'll know how often Ken gets overlooked."


 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Andrew Knox, Relics
2. Evan Namkung, Still Fly
3. Giyoh Shey, Full Clip
4. Kenneth Ubom, Money Inc
5. Alphonso White, Relics





1. Alex Ivezaj, Money Inc
2. Derek DeVan, USUCK
3. Rene Medina, Still Fly
4. Frank Bautista, Game Breakers
5. PJ Lee, Relics

 





1. Uzoma Kalu, Remix
2. Candido Nadlangsakay, Class Clowns
3. Jon Lexa, Dead End

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Ernest Pablo, Relics
2. Rocky Anciano, Full Clip
3. Rob Del Rosario, Dead End
4. Andrew Persaud, Money Inc
5. Jon Paras, Still Fly

 

 





1. Ken Ngaryawongse, TROY
2. Chris Capinia, Class Clowns
3. Patrick Ayson, Full Clip
4. Brandon Reyes, Dead End

 





1. Derek DeVan, USUCK
2. Andrew Knox, Relics
3. Kenneth Ubom, Money Inc
4. Evan Namkung, Still Fly
5. Alex Ivezaj, Money Inc



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
APRIL 3, 2008

Silent But Deadly's Francis De La Victoria wins first MVP award.
 

 

Francis De La Victoria led Silent But Deadly to the best record in the crowded Gold Division and the All Star averaged 18.8 ppg, 1.6 apg in his second season. The sharp-shooter led his team in scoring and also led the division in three-pointers with a total of 35 three pointers.

"The MVP was a tight race between Francis, former MVP Kevin Valmonte, Money Shot forward Adrian Eddington and rookie Dale Basingat. All four were worthy of the honor but Francis ultimately won out in one of the closest MVP races to date," said a Superstar Basketball league official.

Heavy Hittaz rookie Center Jesse Romero was rewarded with a Defensive Player of the Season award after leading Heavy Hittaz to a 6-2 record. The rookie averaged a double-double 15.6 ppg, 10.6 ppg and logged 11 steals (1.4 spg), and 7 blocks (0.9 bpg). The rookie edged out Silent But Deadly Center Rob Da Silva and the center finished with 10.4 rpg, 6 steals (0.9 spg) and 9 blocks (1.3 bpg). Reigning Defensive Player of the Season Dustin Perry received several nominations as well.

The Rookie of the Season award was a no-brainer for many of the analysts. Dale Basingat led the Gold Division in scoring for most of the season until Kevin Valmonte passed the rookie up on the last day. Dale averaged 22.1 ppg and finished with the second most points with a total of 177. His presence led High Five to the Playoffs and the franchise will be making their first post season appearance this season.

"That's how much of a difference Dale has made for the franchise. He was out momentarily with an injured back against Silent But Deadly but that's from carrying the franchise on his back," said an admiring GM.

High Five GM Gaylord Somera wasn't going to register for the Winter Season but a last minute scramble led to a surprising turnaround for the franchise. The GM built around two pieces Center Chuck Trevino (13.0 rpg) and All Star Jason Dalafu (18 three-pointers) but the turning point was the acquisition of rookie Basingat. After 3 long seasons, the drought is over for High Five. Also receiving GM of the Season votes was Regulators GM Mike Chau. Regulators had 3 different GM's last season and for the GM to survive through his first season meant a lot to the franchise.

After averaging 2.4 ppg and hitting 4 three pointers last season for Money Shot, Money Inc GM Andrew Persaud started his own team (Evil Empire) and was determined to improve the bench play for his Platinum Division team. He finished with the second most three pointers with a total of 28 three pointers averaging 14.9 ppg and 1.1 spg.

 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Francis De La Victoria, SBD
2. Kevin Valmonte, 626'ers
3. Adrian Eddington, Money Shot
4. Dale Basingat, High Five
5. Ken Ngarayawongse, Phenoms

Notables:
Evan Namkung, Underdawgs
Justin Ondoy, Fabulous
Allen Brown, Thrillers
Moy Ulloa, That Same Team
Chris Mosley, Flashback

 





1. Jesse Romero, Heavy Hittaz
2. Rob Da Silva, Silent But Deadly
3. Chuck Trevino, High Five
4. Evan Namkung, Underdawgs
5. Jack Moore, Deep Penetration

Notables:
Daimon Pandjaitan, Nusantara
Erwin Rodriguez, Team Kellz
Dustin Perry, Deep Penetration
Allen Brown, Thrillers
Brian Lumbreras, Shock Value

 





1. Dale Basingat, High Five
2. Sunny Co, Fabulous
3. Jesse Romero, Heavy Hittaz
4. Erwin Rodriguez, Team Kellz
5. David Munoz, Outlawz

Notables:
Damian Jones, Heavy Hittaz
Kevin Koda, Game Bang
Kevin Mendoza, Decepticons
Renel Tabingo, Nusantara
Jeri De Leon, Game Bang

 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Gaylord Somera, High Five
2. Rodney Ching, 626'ers
3. Andrew Persaud, Evil Empire
4. Lin Ma, Heavy Hittaz
5. Mike Chau, Regulators

Notables:
Alvin Aguilar, Phenoms
Alex Cua, Thrillers
AJ Francisco, Game Bang
Rocky Anciano, Money Shot
Chris Mosley, Flashback
 

 





1. Andrew Persaud, Evil Empire
2. Patrick Ayson, Regulators
3. Bryan Buenaventura, Phenoms
4. Jason Prasad, Evil Empire
5. Brian Lumbreras, Shock Value

 


 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
APRIL 8, 2008

Amanda Aoun wins MVP award, Kendra Carraway is GM of the Season.
 

The undefeated Ladies Reign team has yet to lose a game in two seasons. This season, they were led by second-season player, Amanda Aoun. She averaged a division-high 19.7 ppg and led the women's division with 11 three-pointers this season. Rookie Leslie Andal was a runner-up while Kendra Carraway finished 4th in balloting. Kendra, Amanda, and Jaime Bumia are the only female players to win a championship in both the men's division and women's division. (Abstract, Gold Division Champions - Fall 2007)

Defensive Player of the Season went The Loop's Center, Suzanne Murphy. She led the division with a total of 8 blocks and averaged 11.0 rpg, also a division-high.

"She's been the main defensive player for the Loop in the last two seasons," said a league analyst. "The record doesn't reflect how great her defense was all season but she's been a tenacious defender for her franchise."

Leslie Andal was added to Deuces Wild on the last day to add players and the rookie finished with a second-best, 16.8 ppg. The tall point guard finished with 7 blocks which was also second best.

"Her ankle breaker on Week 8 was probably one of the best highlights of the season," said a fan. "It's been awhile since I seen a player make someone fall like that - male or female."

GM Kendra Carraway led Ladies Reign to an undefeated season, 7-0 and was awarded with a GM of the Season award. The winning streak is now at 14 - a Superstar Basketball record for the longest winning streak.

The Loop's Shannon Smith Ward was visibly the Most Improved Player on the court. Last season, she averaged 3.0 ppg, 4.3 rpg. This season, doubled her output scoring 7.5 ppg, 8.5 rpg. 

 

 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign
2. Leslie Andal, Deuces Wild
3. Anna Reyes, Smokin Aces
4. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
5. Suzanne Murphy, The Loop





1. Suzanne Murphy, The Loop
2. Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign
3. Leslie Andal, Deuces Wild
4. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
5. Jaime Fortin, Smokin Aces

 





1. Leslie Andal, Deuces Wild
2. Ashley Sumida, Deuces Wild
3. Alice Wu, Smokin Aces


 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Kendra Carraway, Ladies Reign
2. Dahrlene Somera, Smokin Aces
3. Jasmine Marasigan, The Loop

 

 





1. Shannon Smith-Ward, The Loop
2. Amanda Aoun, Ladies Reign
3. Elizabeth Reyes, Deuces Wild