---TripleDouble NEW PROGRAMS---
Friday, December 17, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Monday, October 25, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Monday, October 18, 2010
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Just so we are all on the same page...
- Games will be played in nine-minute quarters.
- 1st OT = three minutes
- 2nd OT = one minute
- 3rd OT = sudden death (first to register a basket wins).
- A 24 second shot clock will be used.
- Teams must be paid in full by WEEK 3!
- Team captains are responsible for weekly referee fee of $25. The fee must be given to referee before the game may begin. Lack of payment will result in a forfeit.
- Teams will be charged a $35 forfeit fee for any games not played.
- A team may begin the game with four players.
- Each team will have four timeouts per game. A team may only enter the 4th quarter with 3 timeouts. An additional timeout will be awarded to each team per OT.
- A “running clock” will be used for the first 8 minutes of 1st thru 3rd quarter and the first 7 minutes of the 4th quarter. Clock will be stopped on all baskets, timeouts and referee whistles in the last minute of the first three quarters and the last two minutes of the 4th.
- Players are disqualified after their 6th personal foul or after receiving a second technical foul.
- Technical fouls:
- 2 technical’s in a game = ejection from game
- 4th tech of season = suspension from next game
- 6th tech of season = disqualification from rest of the season.
- Flagrant and Clear-path fouls = 2 FTs and possession (not a tech foul)
- A flagrant2 or two flagrant1’s = ejection
- Inbounding to backcourt and Advancing ball to half court after timeout can only occur in the last 2:00 of the 4th qtr and overtime.
- Five fouls per quarter or 2nd foul in last two minutes results in double-bonus
- Held balls result in jumpball.
- Teams have 8 seconds to cross halfcourt.
- Team rosters are limited to 12 roster spots and no players may be added after Week 4. FINAL ROSTERS must be submitted!
- You must play at least 3 of 7 regular season games to be eligible for playoffs.
Monday, October 11, 2010
Thursday, September 30, 2010
|2pm||bomb squad vs.||Toot it n Shoot it|
|3pm||SSF All Stars vs.||Flyers|
|6pm||The Chiefs vs.||1st string|
|8pm||laggers vs.||boogie ballers|
|8pm||wardawgs vs. Jackson Arms|
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Saturday, September 11, 2010
- Boogie Ballers
new teams joining us this season:
- Team Destiny
- TDS Select
- Team Matt
teams on the fence:
- Bomb Squad
Enough said! This turnout only means that this season will be our most exciting and competetive. We can't wait to start!!!
See you all on Sunday, September 19, 2010 @ South City High School...
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Also, remember, we are not just a basketball company...We are a SPORTS company! So, please contact us if you are interested in participating in any of the following events:
- Flag Football
Thanks again for choosing the newest phenomenon...tripledoublesports!
Thursday, August 19, 2010
- 6'2" and under
- UNDER 20 years old
Your spot can be reserved by a non-refundable $200 deposit. Deadline to submit deposit is Friday, August 27th. Please contact Lloyd Arnold Velasquez (415) 298-6430 or Brian Velasquez (415) 819-8333 if you are interested in joining or if you have any questions about any of our divisions.
We will also be kicking off our inaugural Co-Ed Volleyball Division.
Come out and join the newest phenomenon...tripledoublesports!
Unfortunately, this game did not live up to the excitement of the semi-final games. For one reason, and one reason only...Run 'n' Gun's size was too much for the Ballers to overcome. The Ballers entered the game without three of their big men, Anthony "Slug" Silvestri, Dalyn Pacheco and Conrad Fox. Fox was lost due to an injury sustained on a game saving block in the semifinal game.
Run 'n' Gun took advantage of the situation immediately, repeatedly taking the ball to the hoop and scoring uncontested lay-ups. Leading the way for the team was MVP Steve Johnson. Johnson scored a game high 25pts which help build a 46-17 halftime lead for RnG.
The Ballers did their best to keep up with RnG. A nice game by team captain Tim Wang, as he left it all out on the floor, scoring a team high 21pts. Wang's aggressive, never say die attitude, was not enough to inspire his team. Even with the efforts of teammates Ryan Tana (12pts) and Patrick Crowley (14pts), the Ballers lack of an inside presence was a glaring deficiency that was taken full advantage of.
Putting the nail in the coffin of the Ballers were Brian "BT" Thompson (20pts) and Cel (23pts). RnG stretched out their halftime lead and cruised to an 83-57 rout of the Ballers.
Congratulations to Run 'n' Gun as they become the inaugural tripledoublesports OPEN DIVISION CHAMPIONS!
Round 1 (top four players advance):
tim wang, bay area ballers (12)
juan bidinger, smoking eagles (12)
ryan susanto, prodigies (11)
jose gonzales, smoking eagles (11)
chuck, a.t.n.t. (6) - x
rico redd, boogie ballers (3) - x
x - eliminated
Round 2 (top two advance to finals):
tim wang (12)
ryan susanto (11)
juan bidinger (8) - x
jose gonzales (8) - x
tim wang (9)
ryan susanto (7) - x
Tim Wang becomes the 3pt Shootout Champion! As the champion, Tim Wang wins a tripledoublesports t-shirt and a $25 gift certificate to Sports Authority. Runner-up, Ryan Susanto received a $10 gift card to Starbucks.
Thank you to all the participants!
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
The game started off fast and furious. A.T.N.T.'s SG DJ came out with guns ablaze connecting on all four of his three point attempts in the first quarter. Matching him shot for shot was Run 'n' Gun's Relly, who also began with a hot hand as he score 10 points in the 1st. RnG led after the 1st 23-22.
The 3pt barrage in addition to their tenacious defensive stand allowed RnG to extend their one point lead to a 10-point 42-32 halftime difference. The first half was a total team domination by RnG. The eight 3's were made by five different players and the defense was provided by a combination of Steve Johnson and Jacob Hill's quickness on the ball.
The 3rd quarter proved to be a whole different story. A.T.N.T. were led by their big man in the middle, Duke, repeatedly feeding him in the post on his way to a 25-point evening. Scratching and crawling their way back in their game, A.T.N.T. began playing and living up to their team's name (A.T.N.T. = All Trapping No Talking).
Duke did his best to put the team on his back by scoring 14 second half points and dominating the game in the paint. In the end, all his efforts were not enough. After a rim rattling dunk, Duke and his mates came up a bit short, losing the game by a score of 61-58.
Two games and two exciting finishes.
Finals match-up: #2 Run 'n' Gun versus #5 Bay Area Ballers
Despite his late arrival, Wheatley still managed to put together a decent game (12pts, 7rebs), but it was the combination of PG Sean Caiola, who connected on four long balls on his way to a 20pt night and SF Quinn (11pts, 9rebs) that kept Boogie in it throughout.
On the other side of the ball, the Bay Ballers were led by their star tandem of Tim Wang and Ryan Tana (14pts each). Efficient shooting from the field (55%) and free-throw line (5-for-6) in the 3rd quarter allowed the Bay Ballers to extend their lead to six at the end of three.
The Boogie squad turned up the heat in the 4th and aggresively took the lead at 51-50 with a little over 3:00 left on the clock. For the rest of the game it was clutch play after clutch play that dominated the contest. Back to back 3's by Caiola and Quinn, then a sweet drive to the bucket by Karl Reyes plus two made free throws tied the game up at 56-56. Boogie had one last chance in regulation and with 5.6 remaining could not get off a shot in time and the game moved on into an overtime period.To the delight of those in attendance the following three minutes was filled with intensity and excitment! With 1:30 left, Boogie held a 60-59 lead, and after a highlight worthy block by Conrad Fox the Bay Ballers rushed the ball downcourt. After a miss by Pat Crowley, Capt Tim Wang grabbed the most important offensive rebound and put back of the season making the score 61-60. Less than 0:30 left in OT, Rico Redd (who scored all 6pts in the extra session for Boogie) hit two clutch free throws to retake the lead. After a timeout, the Bay Ballers tried to use most of the remaining time before taking their shot. The ball was swung around to Tana and with time running down Tana's 3pt shot from the wing hit every part of the soft rim before dropping down and giving the Bay Ballers a 64-62 lead with 3.6 seconds left. Timeout Boogie. Where would Boogie go? Inside to Wheatley? Caiola for a game-winning 3? Both great choices, but the ball went to Rico for a drive to the bucket. Unfortunately for Boogie, Rico's shot came up short giving the Bay Ballers a much deserved victory and a ticket to the Championship!
Friday, August 13, 2010
We are offering the following leagues:
- Basketball (Open, 6'2" and under, Under 20)
- Co-Ed Volleyball
- Flag Football
A deposit of $200 will secure your team a spot! For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Lloyd Arnold Velasquez @ 415-298-6430 /email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian Velasquez @ email@example.com
Spots are being filled for our WINTER sessions. Contact us now and reserve your spots! Don't get left out in the cold! We are here to entertain you!
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
#5 Bay Area Ballers
#7 Boogie Ballers
#2 Run 'n' Gun
Slam Dunk Contest
FINALS @ 8pm
Winner of #5 vs. #7
Winner of #3 vs. #2
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
2pm - #9 Laggers vs. #8 Phil Good
3pm - #10 SFPD vs. #7 Boogie Ballers
4pm - winner of #9/#8 vs. #2 Run 'n' Gun
5pm - winner of #10/#7 vs. Prodigies
6pm - #3 A.T.N.T. vs. #6 Smiking Eagles
7pm - #4 Dreamleague vs. #5 Bay Area Ballers
- Prodigies 6-1 (.857) --- +50
- Run 'n' Gun 5-2 (.714) 1GB +98
- A.T.N.T. 5-2 (.714) 1GB +52
- Dreamleague 5-2 (.714) 1GB +22
- Bay Area Ballers 4-3 (.571) 2GB +41
- Smoking Eaglea 3-4 (.429) 3GB +12
- Boogie Ballers 3-4 (.429) 3GB -9
- Phil Good 3-4 (.429) 3GB -19
- Laggers 1-6 (.143) 5GB -55
- SFPD 1-6 (.143) 5GB -149
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Treasure Island YMCA
749 - 9th Street
Corner of 9th Street and Avenue M
San Francisco, CA 94130
If you have any questions or concerns, please call Lloyd Velasquez at 415-298-6430.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
The post-season will begin on 8/8/2010. It will be an 8-team single elimination bracket form. The #1 seed (based on regular season standings) will play the #8 seed, the #2 seed will play vs. #7 seed, etc. Tie breakers will be based on the team's point differential.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Due to circumstances beyond our control (South City High School is re-doing their floors and ISA still has an asbestos problem) games this week will be played on Treasure Island, 749 9th Street.
Directions: Once on the island, go through the gate and make a RIGHT turn on California, then a LEFT on Avenue M, and it's on the lefthand side on 9th and M.
Thank you all again for your patience! Please keep chceking on our BLOG for any news and updates!
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
2pm - dreamleague select vs. sfpd
3pm - laggers vs. atnt
4pm - phil good ve. prodigies
7pm - run 'n' gun vs. bay area ballers
3pm - dreamleague vs. prodigies
4pm - phil good vs. a.t.n.t.
5pm - boogie ballers vs. smoking eagles
7pm - bayarea ballers vs. sfpd
8pm - run 'n' gun vs. sfpd (court #1)
8pm - smoking eagles vs. bayarea ballers (court #2)
we, at tripledoulbesports, want to thank all of you for your participation and patience as we experience the growing pains that come along with starting a new company. and, as we complete our first season of men's adult basketball we only hope that your experience was a good one!!!
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Prodigies (38) vs. A.T.N.T. (43)
This game featured two of the leagues best teams. The Western Conference leading Prodigies brought their undefeated record into the fray against the Eastern Conference leaders A.T.N.T. This was a battle from the opening tip. The Prodigies jumped out to an early lead behind the stellar play of Matt Lee, scoring 11 of his team high 18 points in the first quarter. On the other side, the athletic play of Tigg (22pts, 7rebs, 3blks) brought the fans to their feet and his play kept A.T.N.T. in the game until the cavalry arrived. Halftime score Prodigies led, 24-21. As the halftime break ended, A.T.N.T.’s cavalry came strolling through the doors. The cavalry entered the game in the form of 6’8” Duke. The difference Duke brought to the game was noticed immediately, contesting shot after shot, the Prodigies team scored a mere four points in the entire 3rd quarter and their 3pt halftime lead became a 34-28 deficit going into the final quarter. The Prodigies made a last ditch effort to get back in the game by playing a scrambling type offense. Speeding up the game kept A.T.N.T.’s big men on their heels allowing Prodigies big man Dennis Yuen to score six huge points in the final minutes which closed the gap to one point, but that is as close as the Prodigies would get as A.T.N.T. held on for a 43-38 victory. Taraz Lee contributed his usual all around game (6pts, 7rebs, 5asts) once again threatening to post the first triple-double in tripledoublesports short history…
Tris-kai-dek-a-pho-bi-a (noun) – fear or a phobia of the number 13. Team Year Up may be suffering from this affliction after their contest with Run ‘n’ Gun. The Run ‘n’ Gun squad jumped on Year Up from the opening tip. Behind Relly “All I do is shoot 3’s” Williams, Run ‘n’ Gun turned a 21-11 1st quarter advantage into a 41-22 blowout at the half. Ronnie from Year Up did his best to keep his team in the game with 17 points, unfortunately none of his teammates were able to pick up enough scoring to keep them in the game. The second half was more of the same with the Run ‘n’ Gun team extending their lead after each minute of each quarter. RNG turned up the heat with an all out full court press attack! Behind Steve Johnson’s 13 second half points and Big Smooth’s one-man dunk contest (highlighted by a pretty alley-oop pass from Capt. Jerry Showers) the RNG squad turned their 19-pt halftime lead into an 85-38 victory. Too many 3-pointers by RNG and too many turnovers by Year Up were ultimately the difference in the game. Why ‘triskaidekaphobia’??? Well, the Run ‘n’ Gun squad made 13-3pt baskets and made 13 steals…scaaaaaaary!
Boogie Ballers (54) vs. Dreamleague Select (61)
Superman was in the building and he appeared in the form of Boogie’s own, Wil Wheatley. Wheatley put together a great game scoring 27 points on 12-for-18 shooting while grabbing a team high 8 rebounds. The Boogie Ballers took a five point lead into the half behind 18 first half points from Wheatley. Early in the third quarter the Dreamleague Select team lost team leader, Mike Hicks, to a leg injury, but his loss seemed to light a fire under his team as they shot the lights out in the quarter outscoring the Ballers 22-11. Leading the way was Doug Bitney (18pts, 9-for-11 shooting) and Ross Nakamura (9pts, 7rebs). The Ballers seemed to go away from what gave them the lead in the first half, Wheatley. He was held to just six field goal attempts in the second half converting on four of them. The Dreamleague turned up the defense and forced the other players on the Ballers squad to beat them. That gameplan proved to be the difference as the Select team took the lead in the 3rd and never looked back winning by seven and maintaining their tie for 1st place in the Eastern Conference with A.T.N.T. Looks to be an exciting second half of the season!
Bay Area Ballers (65) vs. Phil Good (49)
It usually takes time for a team to gel, especially one comprised of players who are use to playing against each other, but this group of WCAL (West Coast Athletic League) stars look lioke they are coming together at the right time. Led by southpaw, Ryan Tana (21pts, 6rebs), the Bay Area Ballers notched their first victory of the season by defeating Phil Good 65-49. This battle was won on the glass, the Bay Area Ballers outrebounded the Phil Good team 25-17, mostly coming from the offensive side. All the second chance points picked up by the Ballers were too much for Phil Good to overcome. Phil Good were kept in the game by the sharpshootin of Jordean DeGuzman and his running mate, James. The backcourt combined for 37 points, but sadly it was not enough. Tim Wang (BAB) pitched in a nice 18 point performance to compliment Tana’s game. The win puts the Ballers on the right track as the second half of the season begins.
Our first contest featured the Smoking Eagles versus the SFPD in their own version of a good ol’ 3-point shootout. The SFPD entered the game without their leading scorer, Tommy Moran, which meant the bulk of the scoring was left to Keith Murphy. Murphy proved that he was up to the challenge by scoring a team high 23 points. Team captain, Marvin Cabuntala chipped in with a season high 13 points and 5 rebounds, knocking down 3-for-4 from long distance. On the flip side, the Smoking Eagles newly acquired big man, Prabe B., paid instant dividends (12pts, 13rebs), but it was beyond the arc where this one was won. The Smoking Eagles backcourt trio of Jose Gonzalez, Brandon Mamaradlo and Juan Bidinger were a combined 11-for-23 from the land of 3’s. Bidinger led the way with a game-high 27pts, 4rebs and 3asts. The addition of Prabe should put the Smoking Eagles in a good position for the remainder of the season and into the playoffs.
Friday, July 2, 2010
Smoking Eagles (SE) versus A.T.N.T. (AT)
On paper, this should be an easy victory for A.T.N.T. and that is exactly what occurred. Unfortunately, for the Eagles, they could not match up to the size of AT. AT took full advantage of the size difference by beating up SE on the boards. Three players had 8 or more rebounds led by C-Duke (15pts, 15rebs). SE’s Juan Bidinger tried his best to keep his team in the game by scoring half of the team’s total points (25pts). After a competitive first-half, AT pulled away in the second outscoring SE 45-26. SE lack any inside presence, relying on the long-ball with a 12-for-28, 43% shooting performance as a team. AT shot 31-for-80 as a squad, but their low shooting percentage (39%) was made up for by all their offensive rebounding and second-chance points. The Eagles look to get back into the win column next week versus SFPD, while A.T.N.T. look to continue their winning ways versus an undefeated Prodigies team.
Another exciting contest brought the Laggers, led by C-Glyndelle Poole, versus Phil Good, who are led by Randy Tagle. Under-sized, the Phil Good squad turned in a great effort. Tagle took over the game from the jump and continued his mastery for the entire first half by scoring 20 of his game high 24 points. Despite the big first-half by Tagle, Phil Good only led by one point at the half 31-30 because of the stellar shooting of Jayson Moore. Moore scored 12 of his team high 14 points in the first-half doing his part to keep the Laggers in the game. In the second-half of the game, PG’s Joerdan DeGuzman, picked up where fellow teammate, Tagle left off. DeGuzman scored all 17 of his points after the half which allowed PG to take a 49-46 into the final period. That is when the Laggers unleashed their three-headed monster of Poole, Nick St.John and Ervin Osotto. Each took turns, making basket after basket, turning their 3rd period deficit into a 66-64 victory! Poole, St.John and Osotto (9 points each) also turned up the defense by combining for six second-half steals.
Prodigies (PRO) versus Bay Area Ballers (BAB)
Pepsi versus Coke. A debate that’s been going on for years! Who is better? What will satisfy your thirst? Well, this battle between the veteran Prodigies squad and the upstart Bay Area Ballers team further adds to the debate. The Ballers jumped out to a quick lead on sheer adrenaline alone, but that did not deter the Prodigies from battling back and showing the youngsters how a “team” plays the game by overcoming adversity together. The game featured a fast-paced high scoring first period which had the Prodigies ahead 24-16, a lead that they would not relinquish. Ryan Tana (15 pts, 11 rebs) kept the Ballers in the game throughout with his first double-double of the season. Also, nice performances were given by the duo of Tim Wang (14 pts) and Jake Moore (15 pts). The Prodigies, behind a big game from Ryan Susauto (23pts, 4rebs), extended their halftime lead to eight by the end of the 3rd and coasted to the finish posting a 67-60 victory. A shout-out goes to Taraz Lee, who almost put together the first triple-double in tripledoublesports history. Lee’s (7pts, 6rebs, 8asts) all around game proved to be the difference for the Prodigies. So, in the eternal question of Pepsi versus Coke… (the answer for now is) although the Pepsi generation is making strides…Coke is it!,
Dreamleague All-Stars (DLS) versus Team EJ (TEJ)
Wow! Is one was to describe this battle. Each team came into the game a couple of players short, but that did not stop the action. Back and forth the lead went. Nick Wong came out strong for DLS with a 9 point 1st quarter giving his team a 16-14 edge. A combination of TEJ’s Jerrelle Wilson (14pts, 7rebs) and foul trouble for DLS allowed TEJ to take a 33-31 lead into the half. The 3rd quarter continued a rollercoaster of a game with the lead changing hands seemingly with every possession. Neither team could pull away from the other. Lawrence Melton and Nathaniel Thomas each had strong second halves to maintain the TEJ advantage. To nobody’s surprise this contest went to the wire! Mike Hicks (19pts, 5rebs) of DLS could not be stopped! In foul trouble for most of the game, Hicks and some calm free-throw shooting by his teammates forced and extra session. The score going into overtime was knotted at 62-62. Hicks scored the first bucket in the extra frame, but that was all for DLS. With the turnovers by DLS and missed free-throws by TEJ, it seemed as if neither team wanted to win the game, but ultimately it was the clutch shots by the Thompson boys (Nathaniel and Rashad) that allowed TEJ to walk away with the W.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Friday, June 18, 2010
the dl all-stars, coming off a nice win last week over run 'n' gun, came into this game versus a.t.n.t. without big man MATT FOCTHMAN. the lack of focthman required someone else from DL to step up their game...enter NICK WONG! wong led the team with 13 points on 5-7 shooting, including 3-4 from 3-pt range. DL led throughout this low scoring contest. a.t.n.t. tried to capitalize on their size advantage, but other than DUKE (12pts, 5rebs), nobody else on the squad could find the bottom of the net shooting 34% from the field, including a miserable 1-15 from beyond the arc. a.t.n.t. turned up the defense in the fourth quarter with a full-court pressing attack holding DL to 5 points in the final quarter, but it was too little too late. DL wins this defensive battle 52-40.
boogie ballers (BB) versus moneytree (MT)
those who stayed to watch the last game of the night were treated to a great game. the combo of MATT (13pts) and MIKE LEE (19pts) turned out to be a big problem for the boogie ballers (BB) in the first half leading moneytree (MT) to a 34-29 halftime lead. although BB came out with a strong defensive effort in the 3rd quarter, holding MT to 4pts, BB could not put the ball in the hoop! led by WIL WHEATLEY (12pts, 15 rebs) and RICO REDD (18pts, 6rebs) BB shot 41% from the feild and struggled from long range (3-14, 21%). teamwork proved to be the factor in this game between the established team from moneytree versus the newly formed boggie baller squad. should only be a matter of time for BB's talented squad to gel, but in the meantime, i guess we know which team cut chemistry class!
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Okay kids, I didn't want to have to say, "I told you so..." but here it is...the time has come for Game 7 of the NBA Finals tonight @ 6pm on ABC! For those of you that know me or have read my past Laker blogs, then you know I have been saying Lakers in 7 since the beginning! This is a David Stern Productions Special! The commish of the NBA has successfully squeezed out every single penny he could out of this classic Finals match-up!
If you want to know what will happen tonight then please continue to read. If not, STOP READING NOW!
Game begins...1st quarter...Rondo and Pierce give Celts an early lead on sheer adreniline alone. Kobe and Pau keep the game close and pull away for good at the end of 1st. 2nd quarter...Odom off the bench and with Perkins out and Wallace in foul trouble the much bigger Laker squad dominates on the inside and extends it's lead...double figure lead at the half! 3rd quarter...this is not Boston's first time here, so they make a run in the 3rd and trim the lead to single digits, but here comes the 4th and the Black Mamba in for the close! Kobe puts it out of reach and midway thru the 4th the bubbly is already chilling in the defending champions locker room!
Sorry to Boston and all the Laker haters, but..."that's the bottom line because Stone Cold said so!"
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
With the addition of DJ DIGGA, DJ MIKE.B and DJ SWIFTROCK to the TDS family, the sky is the limit on the entertainment aspect that we plan to bring to the consumers and fans of the Triple Double Sports Company brand! STAY TUNED!!
DJ Swift Rock Bio
Brian Lucas (better known as DJ Swift Rock) began his musical journey as a youngster. With the support of his parents at 13 years of age, he was able to get a hold of his first set of turntables and mixer. He then spent countless hours working on his craft as a DJ/ Turntablist. In 1994 he entered his first DJ competition and has competed and performed all over the world since. He’s competed and placed in many local and worldwide competitions. He’s entered competitions such as the DMC (Disco Mix Club), ITF (International Turntablist Federation), and other various battles for bragging rights. 1998 proved to be a pivotal year that earned him his Vestax World Championship title in
Triple Double Sports and Boogie Events Company have hooked up to bring the FUN back into the sports experience!
Stay tuned to hear about the guest DJ appearances as well as the other unique festivities we have up our sleeve!
thank you for your support!!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
We are a SPORTS company, so I must report on this...GIANTS SWEEP THE A's!!! Behind the combination of stellar pitching, timely hitting and (wait for it...) the longball, the San Francisco Giants re-established their dominance over the lowly Oakland un-Athletics! Proving that the weekend in the east bay was merely a fluke!
After a win last night versus the Baltimore Orioles, the Giants will try to build on their 4 game winning streak tonight behind "black-eyed" Joe Martinez, who was just called up to try and claim the 5th spot in the rotation due to the injury that placed Todd Wellemeyer on the 15-day disabled list. Good luck, Joe! And remember...DUCK!
We are all about giving you more for your money! You can't get the NBA format with the 24 second shot clock in every adult league. We believe that running our league in this fashion gives us the quality that our teams deserve! Thank you to everyone involved!
At the end of the day, this is just a game and tripledoublesports strongly believes in sportsmanship, competition and fair-play. Week two was a great success, please stay tuned for our game summaries and pictures!
p.s.. the staff isn't all Lakers fans! haha.. WARRIORS FOR LIFE!
Friday, June 11, 2010
This series is a gift from Commish David Stern to all the NBA fans all across the world. The only reason why it's not a 4-0 Lakers sweep is because of the almighty $$$! Stern is gonna make it go 7! It's really only a one game series when you really look at it! Three games a piece and then it's down to a one game winner takes all and the NBA sqeezes as much money out of us as possible!
Bottom line it's Lakers, Lakers, Lakers, Lakers! Kobe 4 President!