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MVP OF THE LEAGUE
Henry Frierson,
Bank

GM OF THE LEAGUE
Danny Medina,
A-Team, Upper Hand

STAFF MEMBER OF THE SEASON
Nate Bautista,
Finest

FAN OF THE SEASON
Maria Rullan,
Game Bang

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER
Cisco Acevado,
Relics


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POST SEASON AWARDS
 

March 22, 2009

Shadon Knight wins MVP Award, Kenny Ali wins GM of the Season award

 

Former teammates Shadon Knight and Henry Frierson were battling it out for MVP honors all season long. In the end, Knight prevailed winning his first MVP of the Season award. He led the division in scoring with 178 points (22.3 ppg) and was tied for 2nd in three-pointers with 23 three-pointers this season.

"When Shadon isn't healthy or he's having a bad game, it's almost guaranteed Posse will lose," said a rival GM. "He's important to the team and Posse was one of the most improved teams this season because he once again...got buckets."

The Defensive Player of the Season Award went to point guard Mario Thompson of Flava. He led the division with 16 steals and has the uncanny ability to lock up the opponent's point guards. He's a point guard who averages 4.0 rpg and his best games are saved for the Playoffs where last season, he led LA United to a Championship in the Gold Division.

Flava's Cory Ortiz received Rookie of the Season honors and was considered for MVP honors as well. He's arguably the best player on the best team of the division and he averaged 18.0 ppg, and ranked 4th in three-pointers with 22 three-pointers.

Young Gunnaz Kenny Ali was the only Diamond Division General Manager at the GM Meeting and he was one of the first ones to complete financial obligations to the league. In a season where 3G's Sports had to be bailed out and the with the current state of the economy, Ali took care of the team's obligations before anything else. He's often sat out at Young Gunnaz games just to manage his team and a Championship is the only award Ali is looking forward to all season.
 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Shadon Knight, Posse
2. Henry Frierson, The Goons
3. Deon Marcus, MBL United
4. Corty Ortiz, Flava
5. Cisco Acevado, Young Gunnaz
 





1. Mario Thompson, Flava
2. Richard Mc Foy, Posse
3. Brandon Johnson, The Goons
4. Paul Marshall, The Goons
5. JR Stephens, Left Coast Hoops
 





1. Cory Ortiz, Flava
2. Paul Marshall, The Goons
3. Richard Mc Foy, Posse

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Kenny Ali, Young Gunnaz
2. Shadon Knight, Posse
3. Henry Frierson, The Goons
4. Samer Rizk, MBL United
5. Ray Hong, Left Coast Hoops

 





1. Omar Alameddine, 3G's Sports
2. Ray Hong, Left Coast Hoops
3. Derrick Andrew, Young Gunnaz





1. TBD
 

 


 

+ Minimum 6 games to qualify for post-season Awards.
+ 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
March 22, 2009

Henry Frierson wins MVP Award

After setting a new assists record for the season, Henry Frierson was the unanimous choice for MVP of the Season Award as he led Bank to the best record in the division. Bank finished with a 7-1 record and has Bank as the top seed in this season's Playoffs. Frierson averaged 15.6 ppg, 9.3 apg and set a record setting individual record for a game dishing out 28 assists on the last week of the season.

"He's been consistent at both ends of the floor and BOTH divisions," said a league analyst. "When the Top 5 Awards are handed out during All Star Weekend, don't be surprised if Frierson claims the top honor."

The Defensive Player of the Season Award went to his running mate, Brandon Johnson. "Melo" blocked a division-high 12 blocks, logged 9 steals and averaged 7.4 rpg. The team effort by Bank had most GMs picking Aries Inguito as the GM of the Season but league analysts felt Danny Medina was more deserving of the award.

"He showed up at the GM Meeting and had the rosters pre-printed, his team logos set and the league fees paid for all in the first day," said a league analyst. "He was serious from Day One while most of the other GMs lag for about a week to get their season started."

Dagobah System improved considerably and it was mostly due to the play of Nahdir Pourteymoor. In his second season, he averaged 11.1 ppg, 1.3 spg and had 13 three-pointers for Dagobah. His emphasis on defense and his ability to be the floor general saw a much improved Dagobah System.

Willie Allen was the unanimous winner for Rookie of the Season Award. Willie averaged 23.1 ppg, 2.9 apg and logged 20 three-pointers in his rookie season. More importantly, he led Nazo to a 6-2 record and they currently rank 3rd in this season's Playoffs.
 


 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Henry Frierson, Bank
2. Willie Allen, Team Nazo
3. Kenneth Ubom, USUCK
4. Cisco Acevado, Relics
5. Shadon Knight, The A-Team
 





1. Brandon Johnson, Bank
2. BK Agu, Dagobah System
3. Anthony Sinclair, Boss Players
4. Rene Medina, Still Fly
5. Tony Demonaco, B-Junkies
 





1. Willie Allen, Team Nazo
2. Richard Mc Foy, A-Team
3. Brett Williams, O-High Greats
4. Jimmy Ormiston, The A-Team
5. Paul Marshall, The Ball Club

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Danny Medina, The A-Team
2. Aries Inguito, Bank
3. Desmond Crews, O-High Greats
4. Tino Aldaco, SICKWIDIT
5. Ernest Pablo, Relics

 





1. Nahdir Pourteymoor, Dagobah Sys.
2. Ryan Jefferson, Bank
3. Raul Aguilar, Global Gym
4. Mikey Buenaventura, B-Junkies
5. Allen Brown, Still Fly





1. TBD
 

 



 


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POST SEASON AWARDS
March 22, 2009

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

 

 

 

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POST SEASON AWARDS
March 22, 2009

Jodian Lyn wins MVP Award

 

All season long, GM Jodian Lyn showed her willingness to rebound from last season's loss to Lady Semi Pro Inc in the Finals. She combined half her team (Lady Skull-basherz) with Ladies Reign and the result was a top seed coming into the Playoffs with a 6-1 record. She led the division in scoring with 109 points (15.6 ppg) and she did it with improved shooting from long distance hitting a division-high 20 three-pointers. Lyn also led the Women's Division in assists and steals handing out 21 assists and 14 steals.

The Defensive Player of the Season award was awarded to her teammate, Ferrari Funches also a former Champion from the Lady's Skull-basherz team. She led the division with 10 blocks and ranked 2nd in steals with 13. Funches ranked 2nd in rebounding with 45 rebounds and she averaged 9.0 rpg.

The Rookie of the Season honor goes to Hooper’s own Ashley Moody of Lady's Ball Club. She was mistaken for last season's Champions' Ashley Moody and the rookie averaged 11.6 ppg, 2.2 apg, 2.2 spg.

Last season, Sanda Woloschuk averaged 10.7 ppg, 11.3 rpg, 1.6 bpg. She improved her numbers this season notably in scoring where she averaged 14.8 ppg, up by 4 points per game. She once again averaged a double double grabbing 12.3 rpg and 1.8 bpg.

Keisa Pineda won GM of the Season after leading her team to a 4-3 record. Even with family obligations, she managed to be at the game and at one point multi-tasked by playing in a game and babysitting during the 2nd half.

 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Jodian Lyn, Double Up
2. Kristy Ubrick, Team Jet
3. Ashley Moody, Lady's Ball Club

 





1. Ferrari Funches, Double Up
2.
Shanelle Torres, Queen B's
3.
Jenny Strycula, Team Jet
 





1. Ashley Moody, Lady's Ball Club
2. Caitline Hite, Queen B's
3.
Abina Lewis, Lady's Ball Club

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Keisa Pineda, Team Jet
2. Shanelle Torres, Queen B's
3. Jodian Lyn, Double Up

 





1. Sandra Woloschuk, Double Up
2.
Keisa Pineda, Team Jet
3. Kendra Carraway, Double Up





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POST SEASON AWARDS
March 14, 2009

Osh Dabbas wins MVP Award

The Most Valuable Player award for Superstar San Diego Division was given to 3G’s Osh Dabbas.  Osh led his team in points (24.4 ppg) which was good for second in the league while grabbing the fourth most rebounds as well.  He also led his team to a 7-1 record, only losing to Finest on the last weekend of the season. 

Tali McLemore won his second consecutive Defensive Player of the Season award. He once again led the league in blocks with 11 blocked shots and grabbed the third most rebounds with 55.  He often takes a backseat when it comes to offense, but is often relied on to take on the defensive assignment of some of the most talented scorers in the league. 

The Rookie of the Season honor goes to Hooper’s own Verlain Betofe.  His score at will mentality had him go for about 20.4 points a game, which was good for 6th in the league.  Verlain’s superb slashing ability had him second in the league in free throws attempts with 41 attempts where he was 61% from the line. 

Cedric Podschun finished with the GM of the Season award.  He led Old School to a 5-3 record, tied with both Finest and LA > SD for the second highest record in the league.  Many underestimated the team because of their age, but he put together a team full of talented, experienced players. The roster included PBA Legend Romy De La Rosa,  a Hall of Famer in his native country, Philippines. They always play solid team ball and they proved to the league that team basketball will surpass individual talent.

The Most Improved award goes to Old School’s Justin Omalev.  The guard made a smooth transition from Lemme Sheck (his first team) while leading his team to a 5-3 record.  He improved his scoring average while attempting and making more free throws going 19-for-22 from the line.  He also won his second consecutive steals title with 16 (2.3 avg) while also winning the assists title with 31 assists (4.4 avg).

Jeremy Hunt earned his second consecutive Fantasy Player of the Season award.  The scoring machine led the league in scoring once again averaging 36.8 points, almost 5 points above his average last season.  His other stats include 81% FTs, 3.5 3PT, 2.3 AST, 7.5 REB, and 2.3 STL.  What’s crazy is he scored 221 points in 6 games, which still led the league in total points by a 26 point margin.

 

MVP

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE SEASON

ROOKIE OF THE SEASON





1. Osh Dabbas, 3G's Sports
2. Alphonso White, LA>SD
3. Justin Omalev, Old School





1. Tali McLemore, Finest
2. Taabu Maluku, Hoopers
3. Gaylord Philips, Bomb Squad
 





1. Verlain Betofe, Hoopers
2. Ellison Maniego, Old School
3. Alan Baugh, The Fleet

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SEASON

MOST IMPROVED

FANTASY PLAYER OF THE SEASON





1. Cedric Poschun, Old School
2. Nate Bautista, Finest
3. Hanz Jimenez, LA>SD

 





1. Justin Omalev, Old School
2. Gaylord Philips, Bomb Squad
3. Jeremy Hunt, The Fleet





1. Jeremy Hunt, The Fleet