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

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Week one recaps!

Week One recaps fresh off the press!  Stay tuned for the game preview reviews that we will post tomorrow afternoon!  Can't wait for SUNDAY!

DIVISION ONE - PayProTec (53) v. Dawgs (41) PayProTec started this new season of TDS the same way they ended the last season...in dominate fashion. PPT was lead by PG Sean Caiola (19p 4r 5a 2s 1b) and a strong effort by C Moe Otabachi (10p 7r 1b). The Dawgs were lacking that "go to guy" they had last season with the departure of Ryan Sera (now with PayProTec). Jordan Cruz (12p 6r 2a 3s) and Joe Scott's (13p 1s) weren't enough as PPT cruised to a 53-41 victory. 

DIVISION ONE - Squadron (52) v. Eagles (62) The Eagles got a boost from Arj Santos at full strength (16p 6r 3a) and newcomer Robbie (15p 6r 1s) to outlast Squadron by 10, 62-52. The first half was played to a draw, tied at 27 but the Eagles put the clamps on Squadron in the second half out scoring them 35-25 in route to a 62-52 victory. Travis Hom (16p 1r 3a) and Ryan Baba (10p 2r 1a) led the way for Squadron, who only shot 23% from beyond the arc.

DIVISION TWO - Beast (58) v. The Fam (32) Beast was on their game from the jump and never looked back! Being the new team on the block, they were looking to make some noise by pouncing on The Fam who only had 5 guys suited up.  They took a 30-10 first half lead backed by Tyler's 5-10 behind the arc and Jason Quintal's hustle on the boards (7p 10r 1a 1s).  The victory was never in doubt. The Fam had a poor day from the field shooting a mere 30% from the field including 23% from three point range. Austin Lacsina (9p 3r 1s) and Jason Tejano (6p 10r 2a 1b) were the bright spots for The Fam 

DIVISION ONE - Knights (65) v. Jumpmen (62) It was quite a game between Jumpmen and the Knights! Jumpmen came out of the gate strong...leading 18-14 after the first quarter. Newcomer Keoshi led the way with a double-double, 24p 10r, and Dwight chipped in with 20p 6r 2a. The Knights shot the ball masterfully from the field. Shooting 57% from the field and beyond the arc! The Knights were led by Ray (15p 7r 1a) and James Manalang (12p 5r 4a) in their victory! 

DIVISION TWO - Putties (43) v. Strokers (40) The Strokers led for most of the game but couldn't hold on to the win in the end. The Strokers were led by Zack (15p 2r) and Justin (14p 6r) both doing most of the teams damage in the second half. Free throw shooting led to the demise of the Strokers. They went 2-9 from the line in the second half which was enough to open the door for The Putties! The Putties were led by a strong game from Matt Szeto (11p 10r 1a 1b) and Nick (10p 3r 1s). 

DIVISION TWO - SF Bluechips (85) v. Team Royalty (55) SF Bluechips brought the rain! They shot 19-34 (56%) from beyond the arc! Led by Kevin M (24p 5r 1a) and Mike Ruiz (16p 2a) the SF Bluechips were on fire all day! Team Royalty played a good game but on this day were no match for SFB! AJ led the way with 21p & 2r and Irish chipped in with 13p 8r 1s 1b. Team Royalty shot 49% from the field but a measly 27% from the free throw line. Team Royalty needs to work on the little things in order to make a move in the league.  The BlueChips, now known as Jackson Arms will move from D2 to the D1 division this Sunday.

DIVISION ONE - Rangers (75) v. Dubs (54) Jayson Dizon made his case for "Splash Brother #3" by going 6-12 from three and finishing with a game high 26p 10r 3a 1s. Adlai added 17p 3r 2a but those efforts weren't enough because the Rangers came out strong led by Tay (23p 3r 1a) and new to the team Nick Wong (22p 4r 7a 1s)! The Rangers shot 54% from the field as a team.  Although the Dubs only suited up 5 guys, they will take their talents to the D2 this season and then move to D1 in the summer.