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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.

Monday, June 6, 2016

June 12th and TENTATIVE June 19th schedule!


Week Seven TripleDoubleSports.org Summer League (OPEN/ASIAN D1& D2) GYM
June 12th - OPEN 11AM Gamble Team  vs Big Game Ballers  SI
June 12th - D1 12PM Dawgs  vs  Kanji-Ka SI
June 12th - OPEN 1PM Hapanese  vs Go Get It   SI
June 12th - OPEN 2PM Balls Out vs Rock Center SI
June 12th - OPEN 3PM Splash City vs PrimeTime SI
June 12th - OPEN 4PM Balls Out vs PrimeTime SI
June 12th - D1 5PM Boogie Squad  vs Knights Basketball  SI
June 12th - D1 6PM Eagles vs Spartans  SI
June 12th - D2 4PM  Beastion  vs  East Bay Cardinals WM
June 12th - D1 5PM B.A.B.A Empire   vs Squadron   WM
June 12th - D2 6PM Swishers vs  East Bay Cardinals WM
June 12th - D1 7PM Hapanese vs Squadron   WM
June 12th - D2 8PM  Putties vs Xia Yu  WM
June 12th - D2 9PM Swishers  vs  SF Flight WM
BYES:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            OPEN - United Nations, FlySquad. D1 -  Boogie (Asian D1).  D2 - Guap, Splash Kuyas.


vs   East Bay Cardinals WM
BYES:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            OPEN - Gamble Team, PrimeTime.  D1 -  Hapanese.

WEEK 5 recaps!

Week 5
Open League
Splash City (58) v. United Nations (74)
The fifth week of TripleDoubleSports begins with defending champs United Nations taking on Splash City! The game started on a sour note as Splash City only shot 8-27 (29.6%) fgs from the field while the United Nations shot the ball at a 52% clip (13-25 fgs)! Splash City was down at the half, 37-22. Wilson (SC) finished the day with 20pts and Fernando chipped in with 15pts. United Nations forward Jason Rockwell scored 15pts, all in the first half, and a late arriving Toby Merchant scored his 20pts! The second half was more competitive as each team scored 36pts. Playing to a tied score, although competitive, was not enough to catch United Nations! They won, 74-58!
Splash City
20-54 32% fgs
10-26 38% 3pt
7-10 70% fts
Wilson 20p 6r 3s 1t
United Nations
27-61 44% fgs
12-30 40% 3pt
8-9 88% fts
Toby 20p 3r 3a
Kareem 13p 10r 3b 2t
Fly Squad (77) v. Big Game Ballers (82)
In this matchup, the undefeated Big Game Ballers look to continue their perfect season versus an upstart Fly Squad! On paper this was a mismatch of size and strength but as they say there's a reason we play the games!  The Fly Squad shot an unbelievable 6-7 3pt range in the first quarter to go up 24-23 at the end of one! Mike (27pts) and Wai (24pts) combined to score 51pts and were the main reasons why Fly Squad kept in the game! The Big Game Ballers kept their cool throughout the game and with the scoring of DeAngelo (23pts) and Isaiah (20pts) held off the Fly Squad, 82-77!
Fly Squad
27-56 48% fgs
11-24 46% 3pt
12-12 100% fts
Mike 27p 3r 2a
Wai 24p 11r 3a 1s
Big Game Ballers
30-55 55% fgs
9-17 53% 3pt
13-25 52% fts
DeAngelo 23p 7r 1a
Isaiah 20p 1r 5a
Rock Center (73) v. Boogie (37)
The finale of the day brought us Rock Center versus Team Boogie! The first quarter was quite competitive with Rock Center holding a 15-14 lead! In the second quarter, though, it was a whole different ballgame. Team Boogie only mustered 4pts in the quarter shooting a horrendous 2-15 fgs (13%)! At the half it was Rock Center leading 33-18! A huge defensive force by Brett C. was all that Rock Center would need! Along with the 9 blocks, he also had 16pts, 10rebs and 5asts! He really knew how to fill up a stat sheet! I expect that Team Boogie will put up a better effort next week after suffering their worst loss of the season! Rock Center wins, 73-37!
Rock Center
31-59 53% fgs
5-15 33% 3pt
3-3 100% fts
Brett C. 16p 10r 5a 9b
Greg 16p 1r 6a 4s
Team Boogie
15-60 25% fgs
4-18 22% 3pt
3-7 42% fts
Miles 6p 10r 1s 1t
Trenell 7p 2r 7a 2s 1t
Spartans (61) v. Hapanese (64)
The Division 1 starts up with Hapanese taking on the undefeated, first place Spartans squad! Hapanese was going into battle with just enough players (5) to play but they were up for the challenge! Ryan Sera (23pts) and Tye (15p 5a) were ready for the confrontation. At the half, Hapanese were leading 33-30. The game was pretty tight with each team shooting well (H 12-24fgs; S 12-25fgs). The Spartans weren't going down without a fight! Wai, who got his normal double-double (20p 11r), and Captain Errol (17pts) were not giving up hope but they really just ran out of time! Hapanese won a tightly played game, 64-61!
26-55 47% fgs
6-18 33% 3pt
2-6 33% fts
Wai 20p 11r 3a 2s 2t
Errol 17p 3r 1a 5s 2t
25-49 51% fgs
3-10 30% 3pt
11-15 73% fts
Ryan Sera 23p 6r 2a 1s 1t
Tye 16p 6r 5a 1s 5t
Go Get It (70) v. Eagles (56)
Next up, we have a game between two old rivals in Go Get It versus the Eagles! The game started off tight, with the Eagles leading after the first half 30-28. The Eagles shot 12-28 (43%) fgs while the Go Get It squad shot it at 11-26 (42%) fgs in the first half. The Eagles were led in scoring by Arj (12pts) and JP (11pts) and in rebounds by Alec (13). Meanwhile, the Go Get It squad had two worthy contributions from forwards Sunny Margate (30pts) and Jason Rockwell who went big and scored a double-double with 15pts & 11rebs! The third quarter was when the GGI squad turned the game on its ear! They took the lead when they outscored the Eagles 23-12 in the quarter and 42-26 in the half to go on to win, 70-56!
Go Get It
26-51 51% fgs
11-22 50% 3pt
7-16 44% fts
Sunny 30p 3r 4a 4t
Jason 15p 11r 1s
21-54 39% fgs
7-26 27% 3pt
4-6 67% fts
JP 11p 3r 3a 2s
Alec 6p 13r 2a 1s
Boogie Events (65) v. BABA Empire (61)
The finale of Division 1 brought Boogie Events up against a newcomer to our league in BABA Empire! This was a pretty evenly matched game. Both teams shot the ball pretty well, Boogie Events at 26-56 (46%) fgs and BABA Empire at 24-53 (45%) fgs! The score was Boogie, 36-34 at the half. The leading scorers for BABA were Asanti (21pts) and Rob (17pts). They were only trailing by a single point, 49-48. The Boogie Events crew was led by Rebo who scored a game high 26pts and Prabe with a double-double 12pts & 10rebs! They held off BABA Empire in the end by 4pts, 65-61!
Boogie Events
26-56 46% fgs
2-9 22% 3pt
11-13 85% fts
Rebo 26p 3r 4a 1s 2t
Prabe 12p 10r 3b 1t
BABA Empire
24-53 45% fgs
7-21 33% 3pt
7-13 54% fts
Asanti 21p 1r 1a 1t
Rob 17p 5r 2a 2s 1t
SF Flight (67) v. Beastion (58)
Division 2 starts with a battle between SF Flight versus Beastion! This game began like it was an old school shootout! It was uncharacteristic of Beastion take this many 3pt shots but if it's what it takes to win they'd do it! They shot 6-13 from 3pt range and SF Flight shot it at a 60% clip (9-15 3pt). Beastion trailed at the half, 38-32. Phil (16pts) and Matt (12pts) led the way in scoring and London hauled down a game high 10rebs! SF Flight leading scorer was John Calaraw with a game high 22pts and Arj Santos chipped in with 16pts! SF Flight moved to 2-1 on the season with a 67-58 victory over Beastion!
SF Flight
26-52 50% fgs
13-23 48% 3pt
1-4 25% fts
John Calaraw 22p 3r 3a 1s 1t
Arj 16p 7r 3s 1b
23-51 45% fgs
9-26 35% 3pt
3-6 50% fts
Phil 16p 6r 1a
Matt 12p 2r 2s 1t
Swishers (51) v. Splash Kuyas (72)
Next up, we had the Swishers taking on the Splash Kuyas. A couple of new teams this season. The Swishers were held to 2pts in the first quarter on 0-10 fgs shooting from the field. The Splash Kuyas went up 19-2 after the first quarter and 35-17 at the half! The Swishers, after their first quarter, were playing well! David led the team in scoring with 19pts and Ant chipped in 14pts. Leading, with a game high in rebounds was Zac with 13. Splash Kuyas were on their game from the jump. Warren was a steady force with 21pts and DeAndre was distributing dimes (7asts)! Their combination was more than enough to hand the Swishers their first defeat. The Splash Kuyas won, 72-51!
19-48 40% fgs
8-23 35% 3pt
6-7 86% fts
David 19p 2a 1t
Ant 14p 2r 1t
Splash Kuyas
28-53 53% fgs
5-10 50% 3pt
10-15 67% fts
Warren 21p 2r 5a 1s 1t
Chris 13p 5r 2a 1s 1t
Kanji-Ka (44) v. Putties (38)
The next game we have is a battle between Kanji-Ka versus the Putties! This was a low scoring, defensive game. The Putties struggled to get points on the board luckily their defense kept them in the game. They trailed Kanji-Ka, 21-19 at the half. Jason Lee, of the Putties, led his team with 18pts. The Putties shot the ball at a 38% clip (18-48 fgs) while Kanji-Ka had a tougher time at 32% (16-50 fgs). Mike Lim (KK) scored 19pts on 8-16 fgs and Che came through with a double-double (17p 10r). The rest of the team shot the ball horrendously! Luckily, the free throw line was their saving grace. They outscored the Putties 8-0 from the line to win a closely contested game, 44-38!
16-50 32% fgs
4-12 33% 3pt
8-11 73% fts
Mike Lim 19p 2r 1s
Che 17p 10r 1a
18-48 38% fgs
2-14 14% 3pt
0-2 0% fts
Jason Lee 18p 3r 3a 1s 1t
JMac 6p 7r 4t
Guap (37) v. Xia Yu (78)
To finish off the night we brought you Guap versus Xia Yu! Guap was a little bit short handed but put up a fight. Lloyd Aguirre, of Guap, put up a good fight shooting from outside. He was 7-12 from 3pt range for a team high 21pts! Even though he had a good  day from the field Guap was behind, 38-17! Xia Yu didn't take their foot off of the gas pedal in the second half...they actually poured it on! Samson led the way with a game high, 22pts, and Toni added 14pts as the Xia Yu went on to put it on a short handed Guap team, 78-37!
14-56 25% fgs
7-31 23% 3pt
1-5 20% fts
Lloyd 21p 3r 2s 4t
Adonis 6p 6r 3s 3t
Xia Yu
35-62 56% fgs
7-19 37% 3pt
0-1 0% fts
Samson 22p 6r 2a 1s 1b
Toni 14p 5r 2a 1t