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MVP OF THE LEAGUE
Terrence Martin,
B3 Sports Training / Underdawgs

GM OF THE LEAGUE
Anthony Santos
B.O.B.

STAFF MEMBER OF THE SEASON
Harry Yoo

FAN OF THE SEASON
Mr. Tamidles
Buckets / Dipset

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER
Dion Baily
B3 Sports Training


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 26, 2009

Dion Baily becomes a unanimous MVP choice.

Dion Baily led the Diamond Division in 4 major stats categories and became a unanimous choice for MVP this Summer 2009 Season. Baily led the division in scoring with 128 points (18.3 ppg), assists with 23 (3.3 apg), rebounds with 67 (9.6 rpg), and steals with 11 (1.6 spg). Baily was 5 three-pointers shy of leading the division in 3-pointers and ranked 2nd in the 3-point category.

"He's one of the few elite players who refuse to play in a lower division to pad his stats," said a league analyst. "He wants to play in the top division because he is constantly trying to challenge himself."

Lasalle Thomas is one of the most underrated defenders in the division and this season, he averaged 8.0 rpg, (48 rebounds), 4 steals and 5 blocks for Young Gunnaz. GM Kenny Ali, the GM of the Season, knows that Thomas is one of the team's top defenders and he holds the key to Young Gunnaz' return to the Championship.

Young Gunnaz finished the season with a division-best 6-2 record. With only 4 teams in the division this summer, anything less than a Championship for Young Gunnaz would be considered a failure.

"A lot of their guys have the personal accolades already, all they really want now is the Championship in Diamond," said a League Analyst.

Carnell Battle
was named Most Improved Player of the Season. He averaged just 4.5 ppg, 1.5 rpg in 2 games last season for the Wolfpack. This season, he averaged 15.4 ppg, 5.6 rpg in 5 games for the Wolfpack.

 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - DIAMOND DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Dion Baily, B3 Sports Training
2. Cisco Acevado, Young Gunnaz
3. Mario Thompson, Flava
 





1. Lasalle Thomas, Young Gunnaz
2. Dion Baily, B3 Sports Training
3. Alphonso White, nWo Wolfpack
 





1. Norman C., B3 Sports Training
 

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Kenny Ali, Young Gunnaz
2. Mario Thompson, Flava
3. Dion Baily, B3 Sports Training

 





1. Carnell Battle, nWo Wolfpack
2. Derrick Andrews, Flava
3. Dion Baily, B3 Sports Training





1. Dion Baily, B3 Sports Training
2. Andrew Knox, Young Gunnaz
3. Terrence Martin, B3 Sports Training

 


 

+ Minimum 6 games to qualify for post-season Awards. (5 for Diamond this season)
+ Exit Interviews are considered during the voting process.
+ 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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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 26, 2009

Terrence Martin wins MVP Award

After winning Gold Division Finals MVP last season, Underdawgs MVP Terrence Martin started the season with a 0-2 record. The team looked like they were destined to miss the Playoffs but Martin promised to bring his team back.

"We'll make the Playoffs, we'll actually win 6 straight," said the outspoken point guard. No one believed him but Martin made good on his word with Underdawgs winning the next 6 games. Martin averaged 20.4 ppg, 163 points (ranked 2nd) and 4.5 apg, 36 assists, (ranked 2nd). With the team's success, GM Harry Yoo was awarded with a co-GM of the Season Award.

The votes between Ahron Knox and Harry Yoo was split even and both teams finished the season with a 6-2 record. Throwback's became the first team to be sponsored and they started the season off with a 5 game winning streak. Underdawgs enters the Playoffs with the #1 seed while Throwback's is ranked #2.

Rookie 7-footer Michael Boone led Platinum in rebounds (69 rebounds, 9.9 rpg) and blocked shots (18, 2.6 bpg). He was a candidate for Rookie of the Season as well but the honor went to Them Guys rookie, Travis Bean. Bean averaged 23.0 ppg, 8.2 rpg but more importantly, he led Them Guys to an improbably Playoff berth in Platinum this season.

"Them Guys struggled in the middle of the season but once Travis Bean started showing up again, Them Guys started to win again," said a league analyst. No one expected Them Guys to make the Playoffs but with Bean in the line-up, the team finished with a 5-3 record (ranked 5th).

B-Junkies missed the Playoffs for the first time last season and this season, sharp-shooter phenom WalterJohn Tamidles went into scoring mode. Last season, he averaged 2.9 ppg, and had just 3-pointers as he spent most of the time warming the bench for B-Junkies. This season, the team is back in the Playoffs and he improved to 18.2 ppg knocking down 20 three-pointers in 6 games.
 


 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - PLATINUM DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Terrence Martin, Underdawgs
2. Cisco Acevado, Throwback's
3. Gary Beaird, SICKWIDIT
4. Mark Davison, USUCK
5. Tony Demonaco, B-Junkies
 





1. Michael Boone, Hoopaholics
2. BK Agu, Underdawgs
3. Ray Hong, USUCK
4. Chacon Davis, A-Team
5. Brandon Thomas, Pay Homage
 





1. Travis Bean, Them Guys
2. Michael Boone, Hoopaholics
3. Mike Edwards, Throwbacks
4. Brandon, Throwbacks

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Ahron Knox, Throwback's
1. Harry Yoo, Underdawgs
3. Jason Killebrew, Hoopaholics
4. Daniel Montes, Them Guys
5. Sam Yeung, Parking Lot Pimps

 





1. Walter Tamidles, B-Junkies
2. James Griffin, SICKWIDIT
3. Trevor Silvera, Parking Lot Pimps
4. Daniel Montes, Them Guys
5. Osh Dabbas, Screwed up Click





1. Kenneth Ubom, USUCK
2. Andrew Knox, Throwback's
3. Tony Demonaco, B-Junkies
4. Terrence Martin, Underdawgs
5. Larry Parker, SICKWIDIT

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 26, 2009

Kassah Kantiok takes Rookie of the Season honors, Troy Allen is MVP

Troy Allen led D-League to a 7-1 record after averaging 24.2 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 1.5 apg for Baldwin Park team, Primetime. The Runner-up was D-League's rookie sensation, Kassah Kantiok. Leading D-League to a post-season appearance for the first time, Kantiok averaged 20.8 ppg, 9.3 rpg, 1.7 apg.

The Rock and D-League turned both of their franchise around
and it was The Rock's General Manager, Ben Sin, who was rewarded with GM of the Season honors. Coach Sin spent most of his time coaching The Rock and when the games were done, he would spend time scouting other teams. His knowledge of his rivals teams were on full display when he was featured on Superstar Radio, calling the play-by-play when Buckets played against Kings of Krunk.

BK Agu did as much as he can for Ninja Turtles this season but the team often showed up with just 5 players. Agu averaged 12.1 rpg, 2.8 spg, and 3.5 bpg to earn Defensive Player of the Season Awards. Offensively, his line wasn't bad as Agu led the team offensively with 19.4 ppg, 1.8 apg. Fantasy Player numbers are off the charts and he's likely to win Fantasy Player of the Season Awards this season.

Last season, James Foreman averaged 3.3 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 4 blocks for Premier. With the Chino Hills teams struggling early in the season, Foreman went to work leading Premier to 5 straight wins. Foreman improved his average to 9.7 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 7 blocks.


 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - GOLD DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1.   Troy Allen, Primetime
2.   Kassah Kantiok, D-League
3.   Dedrick Bates, Game Bang
4.   Jesse Romero, Dynasty
5.   Shaun Miller, Brotherhood
6.   Brandon Jones, San Miguel
7.   Walter Tamidles, Buckets
8.   Alex "Bear" Ivezaj, Bullies
9.   Ryan Basco, Trinicousins
10. Ronnie Johnson, Stylin On You
 





1.   BK Agu, Ninja Turtles
2.   Mark Davison, Primetime
3.   Jameel Greenwood, Buckets
4.   David West, Flashback
5.   Thomas Cruz, Dynasty
6.   Rashan Haralson, San Miguel
7.   Chris Anderson, Game Bang
8.   James Foreman, Premier
9.   Chris Capinia, Trinicousins
10. Aaron Garcia, Foul Play





1.   Kassah Kantiok, D-League
2.   Charles Trinidad, Trinicousins
3.   Martin Shinn, Hoop Tribe
4.   Travon Johnson, Arsenal
5    Mike Epps, Blitzburgh
6.   Eddie Garcia, Foul Play
7.   Mark Domingo, Tropic Thunder
8.   Aldo Silba, Arsenal
9.   Victor Covarrubias, Hoop Tribe
10  Eric Velasco, Tropic Thunder

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1.  Ben Sin, The Rock
2.  Leomar Cachola, D-League
3.  Kevin Valmonte, Got Em
4.  Michael Santamaria, Trinicousins
5.  Anthony Santos, Run N Gun
6.  Neil Shinn, Hoop Tribe
7.  Jason Prasad, Minotaur
8.  Ryan Rulloda, Kings of Krunk
9.  Desmond Ann, Premier
10. Chris Mosley, Flashback

 

 





1.   James Foreman, Premier
2.   Chris Ashanti, The Rock
3.   Kameron Johnson, Black Finger Tribe
4.   Glen Penny, Kings of Krunk
5.   Adrian Eddington, Flashback
6.   Alan Dumpit, D-League
7.   Dung Dang, Primetime
8.   Eddie Sandoval, Outlawz
9.   Kenny Blue, Got Em
10. Kenneth Tana, Kings of Krunk

 





1.   Aaron Garcia, Foul Play
2.   BK Agu, Ninja Turtles
3.   Luke Fry, Got Em
4.   Jonathan Wynn, Buckets
5.   David West, Flashback
6.   Travon Johnson, Arsenal
7.   Thomas Cruz, Dynasty
8.   Neil Shinn, Hoop Tribe
9.   John Bass, Ninja Turtles
10. Kassah Kantiok, D-League
 

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 26, 2009

Brenda Chavez wins MVP honors


Brenda Chavez led nWo, The Pack to the best record in the Women's Division with a 5-1 record. Chavez averaged 4.0 apg, 6.3 ppg and 1.8 spg. The point guard for The Pack would rather pass the ball than settle for her shots and the unselfishness pave the way to the division's best record.

The defending Champions, Lady Air, was led by Center Amanda Livingston. She grabbed the rebounding title by averaging 9.0 rpg and she finished with 45 rebounds in 5 games. She also recorded 2 blocks and 3 steals. Runner-up Brittany Passano of We Got Game blocked 4 shots in 6 games and she averaged 7.0 rpg.


Rookie of the Season Bianca Nunez averaged 15.0 ppg, 2.5 apg, 2.5 spg for We Got Game. Her teammate Brittany Passano was a runner-up for Defensive Player of the Season.
 


 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - WOMEN'S DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Brenda Chavez, nWo The Pack
2. Monique Nolan, Lady Air
3. Lauren Okayama, We Got Game
4. Amanda Livingston, Lady Air
5. Megan Jimenez, Just Playin
 





1. Amanda Livingston, Lady Air
2. Brittany Passano, We Got Game
3. Amanda Aoun, nWo, The Pack
4. Christina Kinney, We Got Game
5. Lisette Avila, Just Playin
 





1. Bianca Nunez, We Got Game
2. Megan Jimenez, Just Playin
3. Jatarra, Lady Air
4. Brittany Passano, We Got Game
5. Jackie Bayona, Lady Air

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Liz Skiles, 30's Rock
2. Dahrlene Somera, Just Playin
3. Omar Alameddine, nWo, The Pack

 





1. Stephanie Santa Maria, Just Playin'
2. Amanda Aoun, nWo, The Pack
3. Anna Reyes, Just Playin'





1. Lauren Okayama, 30's Rock
2. Amanda Aoun, nWo, The Pack
3. Bianca Nunez, We Got Game
 

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
September 26, 2009

Dale Basingat wins first ever Most Inspirational Player of the Season.

After suffering a pinky injury, Dale Basingat vowed to return with a vengeance. Basingat averaged 5.2 ppg, 1.8 apg, 1.8 spg to lead Pharcyde to a 4-4 record.

"LeBronze was meant for fun, for players who were injured coming back from injury," said a league analyst. "Basingat returned and picked up where he left off."


The MVP went to G.B.O.B.'s rookie Joaquin Zepeda. Justin Ondoy, celebrating his second LeBronze Division Chamionship on Week 8, was a close runner-up.


In one of the most humorous Awards acceptance speech to date, Most Improved Player CJ Lardizabal accepted the honor with the following twit: "Found out I got Most Improved Player and 3rd for Most Inspirational,Most inspirational cuz with me in the game the other team still has hope.

 Victor Ng, not expected to have any awards, won the Fantasy Player of the Season Award. His 2-for-2 (100%) put him on top of the list in the specific category. He did put up respectable numbers for Assassins averaging 14.2 ppg, 19 three-pointers, 2.0 apg, 9.0 rpg, 1.7 spg and 3 blocks. While most of his critics are saying there's a glitch in the system, the Commish himself re-sorted the stats 4 times just to make sure the numbers really don't lie.

"Wow, we're not going to hear the endless bragging by Mr. All Around Player in LeBronze," said the Commish. "We have this thing where we walk around bragging about our accolades in LeBronze, I guess he has some ammo now."


 

END OF THE SEASON AWARDS - LEBRONZE DIVISION

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER





1. Joaquin Zepeda, G.B.O.B.
2. Justin Ondoy, A*Team
3. Luis Soriano, The Fallen
4. Luis Rubalacaba, Bullets
5. Justin Paniernos, Game Bang DT
 





1. Harry Yoo, JimenezWockeez
2. Daniel Donato, Bullets
3. Jim Nguyen, Dipset
4. Chris Basco, Da Guh
5. Tino Aldaco, Thrillers
 





1. Dale Basingat, Pharcyde
2. Alex "La Mamba", JimenezWockeez
3. CJ Lardizabal, Game Bang DT
4. Rodney Ching, Assassins
5. AJ Francisco, Kuyahood

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Leomar Cachola, D-League DT
2. Ron Hernandez, Assassins
3. Sean Adachi, A*Team
4. Jim Nguyen, Dipset
5. Alex Cua, Thrillers

 





1. CJ Lardizabal, Game Bang DT
2. AJ Francisco, Da Guh
3. Leo Mayaco, Pharcyde
4. Rodney Ching, Assassins
5. Jim Nguyen, Dipset





1. Victor Ng, Assassins
2. Jim Nguyen, Dipset
3. Danny Martinez, Thrillers
4. Harry Yoo, JimenezWockeezs
5. Justin Paniernos, Game Bang DT