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==>SF Asian Division One (No Limits) and Asian D3 - 6'2 and under REC.
@ MLK Middle School - 350 Girard St, SF.

D1: 11AM/12PM/1PM/2PM
D3: 3PM/4PM/5PM/6PM/7PM

==>SF Open (no limits)
==>SF Open 6'2 and under (Rec)

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- 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!
*** To qualify as Asian you must be 50%. If you are less then 50% you are considered an import player.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Reminder about 8/1/2010 Gamesite

Hey Teams! This is just a friendly reminder that this week's games will be played at:

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

Prodigies are "Phil"-ing Good heading into final week

Magic Johnson, Jason Kidd and Oscar Robertson are 3 names synonymous with the triple-double (double digits in three different statistical categories). That group was one point away from adding another member. The Prodigies' Taraz Lee nearly messed around and got a triple-double, by grabbing 10 rebounds, dishing out 11 assists and scoring 9 points - almost posting the first triple-double in tripledoublesports history -to lead his team to a 70-53 triumph. Not to be outdone was team captain, Torrent Lee. Torrent came out with guns ablaze scoring a season-high 19 points, 12 in the first quarter. His 12 first quarter points were more impressive given the fact that the Prodigies began the game with only four (4) players! The Phil Good team was led by point guard, James Aragon. Aragon scored a team high 12 points. Team Phil Good needs a full squad to show up to their games in order to make some noise in the post-season! Prodigies remain the #1 seed going into the final week of the season.

Run 'N' Gun outlasts Bay Area Ballers

This was the game of the night. The veteran Run 'n' Gun team was matched up against the upstart Bay Area Baller team. I am sure the Ballers didn't see a team like RnG in the WCAL, but they put their best foot forward and didn't back down from the #3 seed. Ryan Tana was held in check for most of the game only scoring 7 points. The Ballers were kept in the game by Anthony Silvestri (16pts, 4 rebs) and an all-star effort by team captain Tim Wang (22pts, 9rebs). Wang played like a man posessed continually taking the ball to the rack versus a collectively strong defense, but unfortunately it wasn't enough. Led by Jacob Hill's 15 points, 6rebs and 4stls, the RnG squad pulled away in the second half, turning a tight game into an 86-65 romp.

A.T.N.T. run all over the Laggers

In a day filled with blowout victories, A.T.N.T. did not disappoint by dismantling the Laggers, 76-56. Garrett led the Laggers with 14 points, but without much help, the Laggers didn't stand a chance versus the tenacious A.T.N.T. troop. Following the opening tip the A.T.N.T. team fell into their trademark full-court press defense and without a true point guard on the Laggers, it proved to be overwhelming! Captain Warner came out on fire from long distance. Warner scored a team high 18 points, 4-for-8 from 3-pt territory. Tigg also chipped in with 18 points with an array of highlight worthy drives to the hoop. Looks like the A.T.N.T.'s defense may be what they need to take them all the way to the top!

dreamleague select versus sfpd

With just five players, the SFPD was undermanned and overmatched as they squared up versus #2 seeded Dreamleague Select team. Led by Ross Nakamura and Nick Wong (22pts and 16pts respectively) the D-Select team completed a wire to wire job, winning 81-38. The SFPD's Az Castro scored 17 of his team's 38 points. The lack of substitutions led to the demise of the SFPD. Bottom line is that they just ran out of gas and the D-Select team took advantage of the 5-man squad by running and running and running until they formed a lead that even the LA Lakers couldn't overcome. Keith Murphy of the SFPD promised that their entire team will come out in full force for the final couple of games and into the playoffs! Don not count the SFPD out. In our single elimination playoff bracket system...it is still anybody's to win!


  1. Prodigies 5-1 +38
  2. Dreamleague 5-1 +30
  3. Run 'n' Gun 4-2 +79
  4. A.T.N.T. 4-2 +42
  5. Phil Good 3-3 -9
  6. Smoking Eagles 2-3 +17
  7. Bay Area Ballers 2-3 -12
  8. Boogie Ballers 2-4 -4
  9. SFPD 1-4 -86
  10. x-Laggers 1-5 -xx

(x) - Not eligible for post-season


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

Proposed GYM site for 8/1/2010

Hey Teams,

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!

Lloyd Velasquez
415-298-6430 cell

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

remaining regular season schedule

due to requests from certain teams in our league, i have had to revise our season schedule. here is what we have for the final two weeks of the season:

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

A.T.N.T. wins in battle of first place teams

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…

Run 'n' Gun double up on Year Up

Run ‘n’ Gun (85) vs. Year Up (38)

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!

Wheatley's big game not enough in loss to Dreamleague Select

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 crack the win column

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.

Smoking Eagles soar past the SFPD

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

A.T.N.T. proves to be too big for the Smoking Eagles

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.

Laggers turn up "D" to hold off Phil Good

Laggers (LAG) versus Phil Good (PG)

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.

Taraz's near triple-double overcomes Tana's double-double

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!,

Hicks strong in loss to Team EJ

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.