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---TripleDouble NEW PROGRAMS---

In Progress:
==>SF Asian 6'3 and under Division One
==>SF Asian 6'3 and under Division Two
@ St. Ignatius High School - 2001 37th Ave. SF CA
@Sunset Park and Rec - 25th and Lawton
GAME TIMES: 1pm/2pm/3pm/4pm/5pm/6pm/7pm/8pm

WORKING ON:
TOURNEY: SUMMER HOOP CLASSIC!
DATE: TBD - contact BoogieEvents@gmail.com
TIME: 9am-7pm
DIVISIONS:
- OPEN PRO AM
- OPEN 6'3 and Under
- Asian plus 2 Imports
- Asian 6'3 and Under

Upcoming Leagues:
OAKLAND/EAST BAY Expansion!!
SF OPEN PRO AM League
SF Asian 6'3 and under Division One
SF Asian 6'3 and under Division Two
SF Open 6'3 and under Division Two

Contact BoogieEvents@gmail.com for more info!


With the smaller amount of teams per league, there will be major changes in the presentation and game play!! AND we will start our expansion to FOUR new cities hopefully NEAR YOU!

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

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

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Recaps from Week 1!

Asian League Week One
D1
Dawgs (66) v. Dubs (56)
The Asian season kicks off with the Dawgs and the Dubs (who moved up from D2). The Dawgs are welcoming Ryan Sera back in the fold and newcomers Jalen and Kyoshi to round out the team! The Dawgs were led in scoring by Jalen (19pts) and Dez (15p 6r 3a 2s). After trailing 15-10, the Dawgs outscored the Dubs 56-39 the rest of the way! The Dubs who moved up to D1 this season were led in scoring by MJ and Adlai both with 14pts. Both teams are looking to make some noise this year! 
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Dawgs
Jalen 19p 4r 1s
Dezmond Breaux 15p (7-7fg) 6r 4a 2s
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Dubs
MJ 14p 7r 1s 1b
Adlai 14p 5r 1t
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Bomb Squad (76) v. Beastion (70)
The Wong brothers bring their team, Bomb Squad, this season to face their first matchup Beastion who are led by their own set of brothers, Chris and Nick Knight! Beastion moved up this season to face the challenge of D1! The largest lead held by Bomb Squad at the end of any quarter was 6pts! Matty Wong's 34p 9r 4a 4s stat line was enough to bring the victory to Bomb Squad! Beastion's Tyler Lee led the way with 26pts (8-11 3pts) and 21pts from Nick Knight. Nice way to start for Bomb Squad!
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Bomb Squad
Matty Wong 34p 9r 4a 4s
Nick Wong 12p 6r 5a

Beastion 
Tyler Lee 26p 3r
Nick Knight 21p 7r 2a
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D2
The Fam (61) v. Team Royalty (30)
Both of these teams are returning from last season, retooled and ready to make a run at a championship! The Fam was led by James Soy who had 14pts (4-6 3pt) 5r 5a 5s and Warren's 12pts and 6rebs! The Fam shot 23-44 from the field (52%) and 10-19 from 3pt range (53%). For Team Royalty, AJ's 12pts and 3asts and Sean's 8pts and 10rebs led the way. Team Royalty shot a mere 13-41 (32%) from the field. They must improve on their outside shooting if they want to make some noise in this competitive division! 
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The Fam 
James Soy 14p 5r 5a 5s 1b
Warren 12p 6r 3a 2s 1t
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Team Royalty 
AJ 12p 3a
Sean 8p 10r 2s 4t
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Putties (61) v. Gators (43)
The Putties are back this season to try and make another run and they're joined by an oldie but goodie, The Gators (a team made up from the SF Eagles). The Putties played a great game of "team ball". Sharing the ball and playing defense were their keys to victory! Matt Lai and Clif led the team with 12pts a piece! JMac added 10pts and 8rebs as the Putties went on to beat the Gators 61-43! The Gators were led by Stephen who scored a game high 18pts and Dennis scored 9pts on 3-6 from 3pt range. The Gators look to rebound next week versus another newcomer, Hapanese.
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Putties
Matt Lai 12p 5r 3a
Clifton 12p 4r 3a
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Gators
Stephen 18p 5r 2a 2s
Dennis 9p 6r 3a
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GPC (44) v. MonStars (29)
Two brand new teams come to battle in this matchup as GPC take on the MonStars! Both teams struggled finding their shots GPC shot 13-44 (30%) and the MonStars 10-50 (20%). Not a good shooting performance by either team but GPC played a little more "D" and won the game 44-29! Tommy Doan, the played of the game, shot 7-8 from the free throw line en route to a 15pt game to lead the team in scoring and Brian T. hauled down 10rebs! For the MonStars only one of their players came to play! Maynard was 9-21 for 24pts and Adonis came through with 12r 3a 4s 5b! Unfortunately, his shot wasn't falling for him! Next week they look to rebound and get on the right track!
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GPC
Tommy Doan 15p 6r 2t
Brian T. 7p 10r 2a 1s
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MonStars
Maynard 24p 4r 3s 1t
Adonis 2p 12r 3a 4s 5b 1t

Monday, July 20, 2015

WEEK ONE SCHEDULE!


Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Summer Asian League is BACK!

I know ya'll have been waiting, and Asian Ball at SI is BACK on JULY 26th!  This league should run until mid-September.


Here are the teams committed for the D1 and D2.  As usual, based on your teams first two games, TDS will determine if you need to move up or down.  NO SANDBAGGERS!


Asian D1:
PayProTec - Defending CHAMPS
Jumpmen
Eagles
Dawgs
Rangers
The Dubs
Beastion
Bomb Squad


***I'm still interested in adding ONE MORE D1 Asian team so if you are interested, or know a squad that can compete, let me know!


Asian D2:
The Strokers - Defending CHAMPS
Putties
The Fam
Team Royalty
GPC
Gators
Hapanese
MonStars



Tuesday, July 7, 2015

The Yay pull off the CHAMPIONSHIP!

2nd Round Playoff and Championship 
(1)The Yay (47) v. (7)Cream of the Crop (42)
The second round of the playoffs began with (1) The Yay taking on upset minded (7) Cream of the Crop. The pace of the game favored The Crop, slow and steady. It was an evenly played first half w/ The Yay leading 25-21 at the intermission. Jon Hall did all he could, scoring game highs in points (25) and rebounds (21)! That was not enough as the Crop lacked that second scorer to put them over the top! The Yay on the other hand did have balanced scoring led by D'Angelo's 18p 12r 5s performance. A combination of Isaiah's 13p and Trevor Dunbar's 7 assists were just enough to put The Yay into the championship game with a 47-44 victory! 
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The Yay
D'Angelo 18p 12r 5a 1t
Isaiah 13p 5r 2a 2s 1t
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Cream of the Crop
Jon Hall 25p 21r 3t
Brian 9p 5r 2a 1s
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(3)Balls Out (67) v. (4)Primetime (52)
The second semifinal game pitted #3 seeded Balls Out versus #4 Primetime. Balls Out would be at full strength while Primetime would be missing their leading scorer, Mark McMahon and it showed! Primetime was only able to muster 13pts (5-26 19% from the field) in the entire first half! While Balls Out only shot 40% from the field in the first half it was more than enough to take a commanding 26-13 lead at the break. Balls Out was led by Greg Tang who had a season high 26p (7-12 from long range) and Kris continues his good shooting with 15p (5-9 from the field). Primetime's Joe tried to pick up the slack with a strong second half scoring 25 of his 26pts. Primetime also got contributions from Joachim and Ray who both chipped in with 10pts each to make the final score respectable. The final score was Balls Out 67-52! On to the 'ship!
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Balls Out 
Greg Tang 26p 8r 1a 1s 1t
Kris 15p 6r 1a 2s 1b 1t
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Primetime 
Joe 26p 3r 1s
Joachim 10p 5r 3s
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(1)The Yay (66) v. (3)Balls Out (49)
The finals brought together (1)The Yay versus (3)Balls Out. MVP D'Angelo saved his best for last, almost single-handily dispatching Balls Out! Scoring 33pts and grabbing 12rebs (both game highs)! The Yay shot 53.4% from the field and 7-21 (33% from 3pt range). Balls Out, on the other hand shot a paltry 15-44 (34%) from the field and 14-26 (53.8%) from the free throw line. Kris and Jordan led the way for Balls Out with 10pts each. The day belonged to The Yay! As they cruised to a championship, 66-49!  Today was a good YAY! 
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Balls Out
Jordan 10p 6a 2r 1s
Kris 10p 5r 2t
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The Yay
D'Angelo 33p 12r 1a 1b 2t
Isaiah 13p 5r 2a 1s 1b

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Week 6 Recaps

Open - 1st Round of Playoffs
(1)The Yay (66) v. (8)Bay Area Kings (52)
The playoffs begin with the #1 seeded The Yay taking on #8 Bay Area Kings. On paper this looks like a total blowout, but you can't measure a teams heart! The Kings came out fierce! Matching The Yay shot for shot in the first half. Only trailing 32-30 at the half behind 21pts from Travis and 11pts from Pellom. This game was won in the third quarter where The Yay went on a 22-6 scoring run! Led throughout the game by D'Angelo (36p 9r 1a 3s), The Yay never looked back after their run and cruised to a 66-52 victory!
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The Yay
D'Angelo 36p 9r 1a 3s 1t
TJ 12p 1r 6a 1b 2t
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Bay Area Kings
Travis 21p 2r 1s
Pellom 11p 5r 1a 1s
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(5)Rangers (63) v. (4)Primetime (76)
The 4/5 matchup had two familiar foes going up against one another as (4)Primetime took on (5)Rangers. The Rangers gave it their all as they didn't even know if they would have enough to field a team!? They had 5 players exactly, but would they have enough energy to beat Primetime? The Rangers trailed throughout the game, at halftime the game was still in doubt with Primetime holding a 35-30 advantage. The Rangers were led by Nick, who had 30p 7r 6a, and Doug's 13p 9r 3a 4s. Alas, it wasn't enough to beat Primetime! Mark had 18p 9r and Jokeem chipped in 18p 5r to bring their team a step closer to a championship!
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Rangers
Nick 30p 7r 6a 2t
Doug 13p 9r 3a 4s
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Primetime
Mark 18p 9r 1a 1s 1t
Joachim 18p 5r 1a 1s 1t
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(3)Balls Out (90) v. (6)Don't Call it Frisco (57)
A season high for points is what Balls Out had to serve up to a depleted Don't Call it Frisco squad. Balls Out had everything clicking! A season high in scoring from Kris' 21pts to Jordan's 20p & 6r. The middle quarters is where this game was decided. Balls Out outscored Don't/Frisco 50-19 (16-0 in the second quarter alone) in the second and third quarters respectively. Don't/Frisco knew they had to do something with their depleted squad so they tried to beat them from behind the arc, but it didn't work out like they planned. They were just 12-48 (25%) from long range. Clayton's 22p and Larry's 13p & 12r were not enough as Balls Out were just too dominant! Balls Out hoping that this leads them to another 'ship!
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Balls Out
Kris 21p 1r 1a 1t
Jordan 20p 6r 2a 3s 1b 2t
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Don't Call it Frisco
Clayton 22p 5r 4a 1s
Larry 13p 12r 1a
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(2)Rock Center (46) v. (7)Cream/Crop (48)
We saved the best game for last! As #2 seeded Rock Center takes on the veteran #7 seed Cream of the Crop. This was a very close contest with both teams having the lead at some point in the second half. This came down to the final seconds! With Rock Center leading by two 46-44, Tye (4p 4r 5a) gets fouled, shooting two with 13.6 seconds left in regulation. He uncharacteristically misses both shots! Rock Center has been on a scoring drought since Vince's bucket with left in the quarter! Cream of the Crop calls timeout. They draw up a play where Arj (4p 3r) drives to the right and gets fouled with 5.8 left. He makes the first and misses the second shot. The rebound gets tipped to Derrick (9pts) who calmly sinks a 3 with seconds left to give Crop a 2pt lead! Instead of going for the tie Rock Center goes for the win and the attempt bounces off the rim to the left! A heartbreaking loss!
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Rock Center
Vince 6p 13r 2a
Ant 13p 6r 1a 1t
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Cream of the Crop
Jon Hall 14p 11r 2a 2s
Eligene 6p 12r 1s 2b

TDS FINALS WEEKEND!


Hit me up at BoogieEvents@gmail.com if you'd like to join the 3pt shootout!

Monday, June 15, 2015

PLAYOFF SCHEDULE