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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.

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

Friday, May 22, 2015

Open 6'3 Recaps

Balls Out (58) v. Rangers (52)
A matchup between two .500 teams pitts Balks Out versus, newcomers to this division, the Rangers. The Rangers welcomed back a familiar face, Hicks, who in turn entered the game with a bang, scoring 10pts in the first half. Giving the Rangers a 27-20 lead at the break! Nick tossed in 11pts. The second half was a whole new story as Balls Out, behind Theo E.'s 12pts in the half (17p for the game) and Tenn's 10pts, brought them back by out scoring the Rangers 38-25! Giving Balls Out a hard fought victory over the Rangers by a final score of 58-52...
Balls Out
Theo E. 17p 8r 1a 2s 1b
Tenn 10p 5r 1s 1b
Hicks 12p 5r 2a 1s
Nick 11p 4r 3a
The Yay (77) v. Don't Call it Frisco (66)
The strong only get stronger! The Yay was able to add Moe and TJ to their already potent lineup. Team captain Deandre pulled off the surprise and unleashed his monster on the rest of the league, but Don't Call it Frisco wasn't the least afraid! Don't/Frisco matched The Yay shot for shot thru three quarters. Behind 14pts from Larry and 21pts & 6 Rebs from Jordan, Don't/Frisco made it a game, but ran out of gas at the end! The Yay out scored Don't/Frisco 21-14 in the final period to pull away and win a convincing 77-66 victory! Deangelo led the way for The Yay with 28p 10r 3a 4s and the "floor general" was Jacob dishing out 7a while getting 15p!
The Yay
Deangelo 28p 10r 3a 4s
Jacob 15p 3r 7a 1s 2b
Don't Call it Frisco
Jordan 21p 6r 1a
Larry 14p 5r 3a
Bay Area Kings (40) v. Rock Center (50)
After a very sloppily played 1st quarter, Rock Center turned in a 50-40 win over the Bay Area Kings! Rock Center was lead in scoring by Kevin and Sammie both with 11ptsand Vince Reyes was a monster on the boards collecting 15rebs! Rock Center, now 2-1, look to make it 3 in a row next week! Bay Area Kings came out and played their best all around game thus far. Pellum led the team in scoring with 10p and Barabin had 9p & 9r. This is the Kings second consecutive good game played, hopefully they can get that first victory next week!
Rock Center
Kevin 11p 9r 2a
Vince Reyes 8p 15r 2a
Bay Area Kings
Pellum 10p 5r
Barabin 9p 9r 2a 1s
Cream of the Crop (66) v. 5 Star Ballers (67)
Our final matchup of the day brings Cream of the Crop versus the defending champion 5 Star Ballers! Cream of the Crop came out of the gate strong! Posting a 27-8 lead at the end of the first. They got that lead from the shooting of Brian (19p thru 3qtrs) and the extreme hustle of Jon Hall who finished the game with 17rebs to go along with 18pts! Cream/Crop lead 55-45 after the third. Then 5 Star Ballers answered the bell! Mike played big when it mattered! He scored 13 of his game high 22pts in the second half! Down a bucket with seconds left Zo rose up from the top of the key and calmly knocked down a 3pt shot with 0:01 second remaining! Wow!
5 Star Ballers
Mike 21p 10r 3s
Zo 15p 3r 1a 5b
Cream of the Crop
Jon Hall 18p 17r 3a
Brian 20p 3r 1a 1s

Friday, May 15, 2015

Open - Week 3 - RECAPS

Cream of the Crop (49) v. Rock Center (56)
Looking for their first win of the season, Rock Center came into the game with a renewed sense of vigor! Their tenacious "D" was too much for their opponents, Cream of the Crop, to handle. Kevin led the way for Rock Center with 13pts and 7rebs. He was also assisted by the sharpshooting of Tommy (3-7 behind the arc). The teams balanced scoring was a major factor in their win. For Cream of the Crop, F John Hall was a beast on the boards reeling in a season high 22 boards while scoring 28pts. Brian L. chipped in 11pts but it wasn't enough as the team dropped this game to Rock Center, 56-49.
Cream of the Crop
John Hall 28p 22r 2a
Brian L. 11p 4r
Rock Center
Kevin 13p 7r 1a 1s
Tommy 9p 3r 2a 1s 1b
Don't Call It Frisco (74) v. Rangers (47)
The Rangers look to boost their record to 2-0 as they face the surprise of the league in Don't Call it Frisco. Their lineup changes by game but I think they've finally found the right combo in Clayton (22p 4r 2a 4s) and Jordan (21p 5r 1a). The two combined for 43pts & 9rebs! Meanwhile, the Rangers were a little shorthanded as they were missing their leading scorer Tay, Siao and JMac (he made an appearance in the second half). Szeto did his job in their absence, notching a double-double (10p 10r) and the scoring landed on the shoulders of Geoff (21pts). But as hard as they tried, Don't Call it Frisco was too much to handle.
Don't Call it Frisco
Clayton 22p 4r 2a 4s
Jordan 21p 5r 1a
Szeto 10p 10r
Geoff 21p 5r 3a 2s
Primetime (85) v. 5 Star Ballers (78)
The Primetime players were ready for...PRIMETIME! In this matchup between them and the defending champions, 5 Star Ballers. Unfortunately, the 5 Star Ballers were shorthanded. Only able to dress 5 players at tipoff. Nando, led the way for the 5 Star Ballers, scoring a season high 42pts and Joe posted a double-double with 18p & 11rebs. Meanwhile, Primetime was relentless  from the jump! Led by the shooting of Mark M. with 23pts and the complete floor game of John Balara (10p 4r 8a 2s), winning the game wire to wire! The season looks bright for Primetime!
5 Star Ballers
Nando 42p 5r 3a 2s
Joe 18p 11r 1s
John Balara 10p 4r 8a 2s
Mark M. 23p 5r 3a 3s

Thursday, May 14, 2015

OPEN Schedule

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

CHAMPIONS have been crowned!



PayProTec (61) v. Jumpmen (55)

The Battle of the titans, as the defending champion PayProTec goes up against an upstart Jumpmen team. Jumpmen was able to get out to an early advantage by leading after the first half, 33-32. J & J security, James Maldonado and Joerdan DeGuzman each supplied 10 first half points to pace Jumpmen. The second half of the game brought out the defense! Battling for every loose ball, each team knowing this was the championship...leaving it all on the floor. PayProTec had the look of a champion! Moe, led the way with game highs of 16pts & 9rebs (ending his streak of double-doubles at 7) and Jason Rockwell contributed 13pts. Sean Caiola (the MVP) scored the final 6pts of the game, all from the free throw line, to seal the victory and gave PayProTec back-to-back titles!

Moe 16p 9r
Jason Rockwell 13p 7r 1a 1s
Joerdan DeGuzman 15p 3r 2a 3s
James Maldonado 10p 6r 1s
Strokers (55) v. The Fam (44)

The D2 championship game brought #3 seeded Strokers versus #4 seed The Fam! Both teams came off upsets to meet in the here in the finals. The Fam were worthy opponents, but they didn't have the shooting prowess that they had come to get used to during their four game winning streak! Mid-season pickup James Soy did not have the touch he normally has. He had a rough shooting day (3-19 from the field, 0-11 from beyond the arc). Jason Tejano had 13p and 7r in a losing effort. The Strokers jumped out to a 34-17 lead at the half, behind Ray's 13 first half points (15 for the game). Ray was voted the MVP of the championship game! Behind the leadership of Lloyd Aguirre throughout the season, the Strokers team will be the team to beat next season as they defend their title!

Ray 15p 7r
Cam 6p 7t 3a 1s
Jason Tejano 13p 7r 1b
James Soy 14p 5r 4a

Thursday, May 7, 2015


What up Open league ballers!


Wednesday, May 6, 2015

OPEN Standings!