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---TripleDouble NEW PROGRAMS---

In Progress:
==>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.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Week 4 recaps

Week 4
Open Division
Boogie Events (67) v. Team Pacquiao (62)
This week started off with Boogie Events (2-1) versus Team Pacquiao (2-2). Team Pacquiao started off the game with a bang! Scoring 25pts in the first quarter! After the first period Team Pacquiao led 25-16 thanks to Will Overton and Robbie Herndon! Both Herndon (20pts) and Overton (29p 11r) posted good overall numbers. As a team, Team Pacquiao shot 54% (22-41) only to be bested by Boogie Events who shot 55% (26-47)! Boogie Events weren't going to be outdone! Led by Cardell Butler (21p 6r 6a) and Chris (16p 8r), the Boogie Events team used balanced scoring and just enough defense to beat Team Pacquiao, 67-62!
Boogie Events
Cardell Butler 21p 6r 6a
Chris 16p 8r 2a
Team Pacquiao 
Will Overton 29p 11r 2a 1s
Robbie Herndon 20p 2r 1a
The Yay (45) v. ATNT (39)
The next battle pits the undefeated The Yay versus the winless ATNT. In this matchup, The Yay jumped out to a 17-5 1st quarter advantage and held on the rest of the way! It was a rough shooting day for both teams! The Yay shot the ball at a 38% (16-42) clip and ATNT shot it at 30% (13-44). D'Angelo (TY) led all scorers with 20pts (7-18 fgs). ATNT was led by Ray Y. (13pts) and the return of Big Duke (12p 8r)! With the new additions to the squad, ATNT will be a force to reckon with in the near future! On this day though, The Yay got the better of them, 45-39!
The Yay
D'Angelo 20p 6r 3a 1s
Collin 9p 5r 3s
Duke 12p 8r 1a 3s
Ray Y. 13p 3r
PrimeTime (57) v. Rock Center (49)
The following matchup brought two teams that were both 1-1 coming into this game! PrimeTime started the game on a 24-14 run behind Joachim's 13 first quarter pts (finished with 16pts). Both teams struggled shooting the ball. PrimeTime shot the ball at 38% (21-55 fgs) and Rock Center at a 36% (16-45 fgs) clip! So, with the shots made at a premium, the 10pt first quarter lead was big! Rock Center was without their big men (all at the NINERS game)! It was K. Bailey with 21pts that led all scorers. Rock Center out scored PrimeTime the rest of the way, 35-33, but it wasn't enough as PrimeTime moved to 2-1 with a 57-49 victory! 
Joachim 16p 2r 1a 
Tye 14p 9r 2a
Rock Center
K. Bailey 21p 1r 3a
S. Johnson 12p 8r 2a 1s
United Nations (62) v. Balls Out (52)
The last matchup of the day brought the United Nations versus Balls Out! This was ultimate street ball with each side only having 5 players, no substitutes! United Nations held a 27-19 lead at halftime. They were led by AD (17p 5a) and Jason Rockwell (13p 7r 5a)! The big advantage in the game was from the free throw line! United Nations shot 14-17 (82%) and Balls Out were 7-9 (78%). For the Balls Out team, Jordan led all scorers with 22pts and Theo led all rebounders with 8rebs. Balls Out out scored UN, 21-19 in the final quarter but it was too little too late as the United Nations win, 62-52!
United Nations 
AD 17p 5r 3a 1s
Jason Rockwell 13p 7r 5a 1s
Balls Out 
Jordan 22p 6r 4a 2s
Theo 15p 8r