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---TripleDouble NEW LEAGUES---

Starting in April 2014:
Open as well as 6'2 and Under 8 Team Leagues.

With the smaller amount of teams per league, there will be major changes in the presentation and game play!!

Some specific changes:
- ALL PLAYERS must wear matching jerseys. If you don't have matching jersey TOPS at the least, you will get penalized each game. Even thinking of penalizing each quarter to show how serious we are about having a good looking product.
- ALL PLAYERS must fill out roster profiles for better stat tracking and video clearance.
- More coverage!! We want everyone to have souvenirs from the league, so make sure you get your haircuts before your games, LOL!

To be honest, with your support TDS grew faster than expected! WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!! With that said, we recognize our down falls and feel we need to make improvements to the product so that we can stay as one of the premiere programs in the Bay!

As always, please continue to contact me with your suggestions for improvement. We were just approved for our NON PROFIT status, so if there are any community building activities that you are aware of, i'm sure we would love to participate!

Thank you ballers!

Contact Brian at BoogieEvents@gmail.com or 415 819 8333 for more info!

Friday, March 28, 2014


Jumpmen (73) v. Pandas (39) Today started out with Jumpmen on a mission. They began the game by blitzing their opponent with a 21-7 1st qtr lead and never looked back. Defeating the Pandas 73-39! The Jumpmen were led out of the gates by Joe Santos playing big with a double-double (15pts 10reb) and Joachim playing his part with 14pts 5reb. The short handed Pandas were led by Joe's 20pts 7reb and by Will's 8pts 8reb.
  FULL GAME: Jumpmen came to play!
Bay Area Kings (59) v. City Stars (53) The City Stars came out on fire! All of their field goals made were 3pt shots until Ant H hit a layup with 4:58left in the half! They took a commanding lead into the half, 36-29. The Stars were led by Ant H (17pts 7reb) and Mike R (15pts) who was perfect from the field. The Bay Area Kings stepped up the defense in the second half limiting the Stars to 17 second half pts while scoring 30pts. The Kings were led by Ivan (23pts 6reb 4stls) and TK (15pts 8reb).
Tenacious D (65) v. Islanders (55) Alert the officials...we had a Milan sighting in the 65-55 victory over the Islanders. Milan who had been struggling with his stroke scored 15pts scoring 12 of the 14pts his team scored in the second qtr. Ronnie took over the scoring duties in the second half as he scored 23pts (10-13 from the field). The Islanders were led by Tone (24pts) and Booba (16 pts). The Islanders need to bring a solid 7 or 8 players next season if they want to make a run at the championship.
                            FULL GAME: Islanders let one slip away in the 4th quarter.
Jumpmen (53) v. PayProTec (55) This was the game of the day! The 9th seeded Jumpmen battled the top seed PayProTec. PPT was short their man in the middle, Moe. While Jmen's big man, Joe Santos, was back in the fold. Jmen carried the lead through the 3rd qtr but PPT played "Simon says". Simon scored a game high 35pts (10-13 from the field) to lead the team. Santos (20pts 5reb) and 15pts from Joachim made it close. The game came down to a 3pt shot from the corner by Joerdan that came up a bit short! Good season Jumpmen! I'm sure we haven't heard the last from you...
Tenacious D (34) v. Rangers (54) The Tenacious D just ran out of gas. TD's Ronnie had 12pts 7reb and Tony chipped in with 10pts 5reb but it was far from enough to defeat the 2nd ranked Rangers. The Rangers were led in scoring by Tay (29pts on 6-13 from 3pt range) and Szeto (10pts 8reb). The Rangers clamped on the "D" in the 2nd half...holding TD to 4pts in the 3rd qtr (12pts in the 2nd half)! Nice work Tenacious D!
Dawgs (58) v. Eagles DC (48) Eagles DC came into the game a little short handed...losing top scorer, Arj to a fractured hand. EDC kept it close behind John Calara's 17pts 4reb and 10pts from Uriel. The Dawgs were led by Ryan Sera (20pts 9reb) and "Big" John Maldonado's double-double (10pts 10reb). Maldonado also striped a 3pointer to show off his range! I look forward to another good season from the Eagles DC...
                                        FULL GAME: Dawgs clicking at the right time

SUNDAYS - Final Four Preview!!

PayProTec:  PayProTec is undefeated but showing some cracks. No Moe. No Sean. More trouble. Can PPT win on the outside shooting of Simon?! If all their players show up they are the odds on favorite...but if they don't the championship is up for grabs. Their first opponent are the Dawgs. With their young, upbeat style can give PPT trouble. The Maldonado boys will be a handful for PPT.

Rangers:  The Rangers are playing well at the right time. If they can control the game they can win. Tay and Tak are playing on another level. Tak needs to control the ball and run the offense. Inside Szeto needs to play the tough "D" and with the help of JMac off the bench the Rangers will be a lot to handle. Their defense will be challenged by Ivan and TK. I see a lot of points in this #2 v. #3 battle.

Bay Area Kings: The Kings have a hard road ahead of them. They have to get by the Rangers and beat the winner of PPT and Dawgs! All four teams have a chance to win it all. TK needs to led his team with his stellar performance and Ivan needs to continue his high scoring to give Kings a chance to win. The Kings also need a big helping of Elton on the boards versus the likes of Szeto and JMac.

Dawgs:  The Dawgs are the fourth seed but they are not playing like a fourth seed! Behind the play of the Maldonado boys, the Dawgs will be a tough out! They will be challenged from the jump. Ryan Sera and Dez will have to step up their game. Their shooting from the outside will help balance the offense. If those things can happen then the Dawgs will be a tough out for PPT.

Monday, March 24, 2014


Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Dawgs (55) v. Jumpmen (42) This was a battle of the young guns (Dawgs) versus the grizzly old veterans (Jumpmen). The Jumpmen led after the first qtr but the Dawgs led by Ryan S (18pts 7reb) and Janes Maldonado (10pts 8reb) took control of the game winning the last three qtrs. Jmen were led by Joachim (16pts 11reb) and CQ's (15pts 4reb) performance in a losing effort.
City Stars (72) v. Islanders (71) This was the game of the day! These two teams battled all the way to the end with the lead changing on a dime. Ant H came through with a double-double with 19pts 11rebs and DJ added 17pts 6reb to help the City Stars outlast the Islanders in a thrilling game! The Islanders were led by Tony (19pts 5rebs) and Buba (16pts 6asts 3rebs).
Rangers (56) v. Eagles DC (46) Despite having a 1pt 2nd qtr...the Rangers behind the 23pt performance from Tay out dueled the Eagles DC 56-46! Along side Tay's heroics, the Rangers were aided by Szeto's 11pts 7reb. The Eagles DC on the other hand were led by a great game by Arj (25pts 3reb 3stl) and the 3pt shooting of Drew (12pts 4-7 behind the arc).
Tenacious D (71) v. Pandas (48) Tenacious D had only 6 players show for the game but that was enough to beat the 5man team of the Pandas! The Pandas started the game with 4 players and did not get their fifth until Will showed up in the 2nd quarter. By that time it was too late. The lead was 21-12 and it only got worse for the Pandas. Led by Ray's 19pt 11reb and 17pts off the bench by Lloyd, TD cruised to a 71-48 victory. Pandas were led, in defeat, by Joe (25pt 10reb) and Wally (18pts 6reb 2stls). If they can get their team to show up they'll be a force to be reckoned with.
PayProTec (58) v. Bay Area Kings (39) Bay Area Kings gave PayProTec all they could handle for 3qtrs but the veteran leadership provided PayProTec a 19pt victory. Moe dominated inside with 23pts and 11rebs and Sunny chipped in with 17pts. The Kings were led by TK's 13pt 6reb and Ivan's 11pt 8reb performance.


Dawgs (77) v. Pandas (48) The Dawgs came out strong behind the three point shooting of Karlo (21pts 8-16 from the field 4-9 behind the arc) and the fierce inside play of James Maldonado (21pts 10reb 10-13 from the field). The Pandas were led by Joe S (18pts 5reb) and Wally N (16pts 2reb). The Pandas had a cold shooting day from long distance (3-20) which led to their dimise.
Rangers (79) v. Islanders (57) The combination of Szeto (14pts 14reb) and Tay (25pts 6reb 5ast) were too much for the Islanders on this day. Off the bench JMac went 8-10 from the field for 19pts to secure the victory. Booba (26pts 5reb) and Fale (13pts 5reb) led the depleted squad. Once they get all their players to show up I think that the Islanders will be a team to be reckoned with.
Dawgs (48) v. Bay Area Kings (53) This game was a tight one throughout but there was too much Ivan! The guard scored a game high 33pts 6reb 4stls. Elton was able to chip in 10pts 5reb. On the Dawgs side of the board they were led by another strong performance by James (19pts on 9-16 shooting and he collected 6rebs). The Dawgs may have been a bit tired from playing their 2nd game of the day. They just ran out of gas in the 4th quarter.
PayProTec (65) v. Jumpmen (61) This was another nail biter! Jumpmen jumped out to an early 22-15 lead over PayProTec behind the scoring of Jochim (27pts 12reb) and CQ (13pts 5reb). But without any subs the Jumpmen faltered in the second half falling to the 3pt shooting of PPT. Without the inside presence that they usually have PPT had to change up their game plan a tad. Bombs away! Behind Simon (23pts 7reb 6asts) and Sean Caiola (19pts 4-6 from 3) they did just about enough to hold off the Jumpmen.
Tenacious D (53) v. Eagles DC (59) Eagles DC came out strong behind Drews' 16pt 1st quarter and Rel (12pts 3reb 6asts) running the point was too much for Tenacious D. On the other hand Tenacious D, without their leader and birthday boy Lloyd, were led by Ray (16pts 7reb) and Ronnie (12pts 6reb 3asts). TD put on a late rush to cut the 15pt deficit to 3 but they ran out of gas to finish the job as EDC held on to the victory 59-53.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014