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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.

Friday, June 5, 2015

Open 6'3 Week 5

Balls Out (54) v. Bay Area Kings (64)
The Bay Area Kings put together their best game of the season! Pellom led the way scoring 12 of his 19pts in the first half and Barabin had his 14pts (all in the second half)  9rebs & 4asts! The Kings turned in their normal strong first half but normally give it up in the second! Not this time though! Barabin scored 10pts in the fourth qtr to lead the Kings to their first win of the season! Balls Out almost pulled the out the comeback behind Theo's 19p & 7r and Tenn's 13p & 6r. Although those numbers are good...they weren't good enough on this day.
Balls Out
Theo 19p 7r 1a 1s 2t
Tenn 13p 6r 1a 2s
Bay Area Kings
Pellom 19p 4r 1a 1s 2t
Barabin 14p 9r 4a 1s
The Yay (60) v. Rangers (55)
This was a battle throughout! Behind Tay (17p in the first half 22 for the game) and Hicks (12p & 7r) the Rangers were in for a game! They led 35-22 at the break! But the thing that brought them the lead, the 3pt shot, wasn't falling for them in the second half! In the first half they were 5-9 from beyond the arc but only 1-8 in the second! The Yay, after getting blitzed by the Rangers, came back in the third quarter to bring the game to a 1pt deficit! Isaiah led the way for the Yay with 19p & 6r and DeAngelo had 14p! Out scoring the Rangers 13-7 in the 4th period brought the Yay's record to a perfect 4-0!
Tay 22p 1r 1a 1s 2t
Hicks 12p 7r 2a 2t
The Yay
Isaiah 19p 6r 3a 1t
DeAngelo 14p 6r 1a 1s
Don't Call It Frisco (57) v. Rock Center (60)
Rock Center (2-2) and Don't Call it Frisco (2-3) go into this game looking to move up in the standings! With a win Rock Center will move into 2nd place or Don't/Frisco will even up their record. This was a pretty even matchup, going into the 4th quarter the score was tied at 46. Rock Center got 15pts from Kevin and a double-double from Daniel (13p 12r). Meanwhile, on the other side Don't Call it Frisco's scoring was spread out evenly over all their players! Leading the way was Kev with 11pts and Brandon with 10p. Don't Call it Frisco has a bye next week looking to shore up the lineup as the team gets ready for the postseason!
Rock Center
Daniel 13p 12r
Kevin 15p 2r 1s 1b 1t
Don't Call it Frisco
Kev 11p 2r
Brandon 10p 1r 1a
Cream of the Crop (64) v. Primetime (57)
The 3-1 Primetime squad takes on the 1-3 Cream of the Crop team. On paper Primetime would be the favorite, but that's why we play the games! Cream of the Crop is comprised of a number of good players. They're just not always around but when the team shows up...WATCH OUT! The combo of Eligene (11p 12r) and Jon Hall (15p 11r) are a formidable duo and match that up with Brian's (5-10 3pt) shooting this team is hard to beat! Primetime had a monster game from Mark McMahon (29p 13r) and good games from captain Corey Carlson (10p 3r) and John James Babara (13p 2s). The loss drops Primetime to 3-2. They need to win the last matchup next week in order to seal up the #2 seed!
Cream of the Crop
Jon Hall 15p 11r 1a 1s 1t
Eligene 11p 12r 1a 1s 2b 1t
Mark McMahon 29p 13r 1s 5t
John James Bahara 13p 2r 1a 2s 1t