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Chunju - Season 9 Champions


Team Tech - Runner Up

Mike Yoo (MVP), Kevin Kim, and David Noh after winning the championship for Chunju.


Season 9 Playoffs

Playoff Rankings Schedule
1. Chunju 8-0
2. Team Tech 6-2 (3-way tie, most points)
3. Teddy Bears 6-2 (second in points)
4. Sonics 6-2 (third in points)
5. Team Kang 5-3
6. Aesthetics 3-5 (beat Hamsters)
7. Hamsters 3-5
8. Old Timers 2-6 
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9. Juju 1-7
10. INFI 0-8
Thu 4/3/2014
7:30 (1) Chunju vs (8) Old Timers 47-37
8:30 (4) Sonics vs (5) Team Kang 74-61
9:30 (3) Teddy Bears vs (6) Aesthetics 58-47
10:30 (2) Team Tech vs (7) Hamsters 66-60

Thu 4/10/2014
7:40 (1) Chunju vs (4) Sonics 69-61
8:40 (2) Team Tech vs (3) Teddy Bears 62-60
9:40 (1) Chunju vs (2) Team Tech 54-46

 *Playoff rankings determined by record, then by head-to-head matchup, then by points scored.


Playoff Brackets

Quarters
Semis
Final
1 Chunju
8 Old Timers

4 Sonics
5 Team Kang


3 Teddy Bears
6 Aesthetics

2 Team Tech
7 Hamsters
1 Chunju
4 Sonics




3 Teddy Bears
2 Team Tech
1 Chunju
2 Team Tech

Playoff Projections

Season 9 Playoffs are here! The #1 seed is Chunju (8-0), a stacked team built to win a championship, with top players like David Noh (16.3 PPG), Mike Yoo (22.5 PPG), and Sam Kim. Other players like Kevin Kim and Chris Lee have elevated their game to compliment the team as well. They are confident they can blow teams out with their offense (scoring 100 vs Old Timers in regular season) and dominate with their size. Chunju is destined for a championship, unless another team can figure out some weakness they have yet to show.
At #2 is Team Tech (6-2), which has gone on a winning streak after losing two early in the season. Shun Gokita (20.2 PPG), Josh Kim (19.6 PPG), and Phil Shin (12.4 PPG) can all carry the offensive load for this team, and other players like Joe Cha and Matt Lee can also step up at any moment. Team Tech looks like a real team and they play team basketball. Most players on this squad lost in the finals last season, so they are hungry to go all the way this time around.
Teddy Bears (6-2) got the #3 seed, but they are the defending champions. The core remains the same, with Timmy Dam (5.4 APG), Bo Noung (33.2 PPG), James Yi (16.2 PPG), Vechat Nhep (12.6 PPG), Thomas Byrd (12.4 PPG), and Seng Phounsavath. Although short on players during the regular season, they should be good to go in the playoffs. Teddy Bears have created a dynasty in this league, going to the finals almost every season and winning three. Count on them getting there once again.
Sonics (6-2) is the #4 seed, but could well have been #2 or #3 with the points differential being so close. On paper Sonics look like a mixed bag of nuts, with guys picked up from the streets and from different teams. Make no mistake, they are serious about winning games and being the last team standing. Marcus Wilson (18.6 PPG) has been playing in a zone all season, and other guys like Eric Tran (12.6 PPG), Chris Lee (10.2 PPG), and Dang Tran (5.3 APG) also help carry the team.
At #5 is Team Kang (5-3), another successful team engineered by Roy Kang (13.7 PPG). Lester DeLeon (19.6 PPG) has emerged as one of the fastest players in the league, swiping balls and exploding in the open court. Harry Sloan (14.0 RPG), James Pock, and Nate Parker provide tremendous size and inside play, while guys like Syracuse Flandez and Koji Tokumaga can shoot 3's. Team Kang struggled at times in the second half of games, but if they pace themselves better they are capable of beating anybody.
Aesthetics (3-5) is the #6 seed. They struggle against the top teams but have enough talent to beat the weaker teams. Tom Hwang (12.7 PPG) leads the team in most statistical categories, while David Bang and Dylan Lee chip in a few points and rebounds. As a team Aesthetics shoots 44% from the line, which hurts them late in games. Although they show flashes of brilliance, something hasn't click yet for this team. If they develop a game plan they could be dangerous in the playoffs.
Hamsters (3-5) earned the #7 seed since they lost to Aesthetics in the regular season. Anthony Phosy (16.4 PPG) anchors the paint, but struggled with his shot lately. Kevin Kong continues to be a strong rebounder, and other players like Austin Phommathan and Tim Phangdy also contribute. Hamsters have trouble finding their offensive groove the last couple of games, so to stay competitive in the playoffs they will have to play harder and more aggressive than the other teams.
The #8 seed is Old Timers (2-6), sneaking in the playoffs past Juju (1-7) and INFI (0-8). Old Timers have experimented with different lineups and players all season, but still struggled to win games. Tony Phan (11.2 PPG) leads the team in scoring, and other players like Ernesto Duterte, Phong Nguyen, and Vu Nguyen have been consistent for the team also. Bobby Ly has a pure stroke but has yet to light it up this season. Old Timers face annihilation by Chunju in the first round, but there's always a chance they can pull an upset.

Season 9

1/16/2014 - 4/10/2014

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----------SEASON IX----------

-Happy New Year 2014!
-Same league structure (8 games + playoff)
-Wednesday and Thursday available for sign up (first come first serve)
-Game times 7:30, 8:30, 9:30pm
-Prizes: trophies, gift certificates, t-shirts, individual gifts
-Fee $500/team (must pay at beginning)
-Call/txt Nam Nguyen: 678-570-0716 to sign up
-First games set to start Jan 15-16
-Deadline: Reserve your spot by Jan 12



Big Board: Fantasy Rankings (Week 8)

The Big Board takes into consideration past returns, current performance and expected future gains in determining who should be included among the top 40 fantasy basketball players. Essentially, the Big Board is a cheat sheet designed for a fantasy owner who is planning to participate in a draft today. Oriental Basketball League default scoring settings are used as the baseline for the Big Board, which is updated on a regular basis.
1. Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - averaging 31.0 Pts this season, on his way to another scoring title
2. Mike Yoo (Chunju) - true baller, the bigger the game the better he plays, good FT%
3. Josh Kim (Team Tech) - in the zone every game, shoots deep 3's, assists, and gets to line
4. Lester DeLeon (Team Kang) - quick ain't fair, unstoppable in the open court, 10 steals last game
5. David Noh (Chunju) - big and strong, almost unguardable in the paint, good Pts/Ast/Reb combo
6. Marcus Wilson (Sonics) - athletic freak, consistent scoring this season, Stls and Reb, few 3's
7. Roy Kang (Team Kang) - scoring PG, shoot ton of 3's and assists, make teammates better
8. Tony Chen (Juju) - can light it up with the 3 ball, can be more effective if he mix his game up
9. Tom Hwang (Aesthetics) - roto stud now, could play like Carmelo and carry a fantasy team
10. Vechat Nhep (Teddy Bears) - another multi-category stud, does everything for his team
11. Anthony Phosy (Hamsters) - big man putting up 15-10 per game, struggling with his shot
12. Phil Shin (Team Tech) - PG who can handle, score, shoot, and pass, top 5 in assists so far
13. Kevin Kim (Chunju) - got a few moves inside, can hit 3's, starting to fill up the stat sheet
14. James Yi (Teddy Bears) - reliable guard playing better with each game, can go off with deep 3's
15. Eric Tran (Sonics) - deeper team limits scoring, can still put up 20+ points with 3's
16. Kevin Kong (Hamsters) - becoming a double-double threat every game, reliable rebounder
17. Dylan Lee (Aesthetics) - lost his mojo lately, but still a threat to score, rebound, and defend
18. Sean Way (Juju) - athletic guard who can finish and pass, gets to line and shoots at a high %
19. David Bang (Aesthetics) - strong enough to dominate paint, 15-10 games not unattainable
20. Tony Phan (Old Timers) - best scorer and shooter on team, needs more help from teammates
21. Chris Lee (Chunju) - strong guard with good ball control, 17 Rebs one game, 19 Pts in another
22. Jason Li (Sonics) - starting to realize talent with confidence, can shoot and finish, with Stls
23. Minsoo Park (Team Tech) - sold inside player, a few points and boards, with blocks
24. Fan Yang (INFI) - good shooter with size, can help his team end scoring droughts
25. Dang Tran (Sonics) - huge scoring dip this season, but passing and getting ton of assists
26. Timmy Dam (Teddy Bears) - still among assist leaders, knows how to control game and get wins
27. Harry Sloan (Team Kang) - massive big man, clogs up lane and gobbles up ton of rebounds
28. Chris Lee (Sonics) - skilled player with good inside moves, double digit rebounds easy for him
29. Qing Zheng (INFI) - consistent shooter, struggling as team can't find offensive rhythm
30. Sammy Yi (Aesthetics) - unorthodox player, good size but can light it up with 3's
31. Ahti Tahir (Sonics) - good big man are premium in basketball, can anchor the paint
32. Wei Sun (INFI) - plays hard every game, will hit a couple 3's, not much peripheral stats
33. Jerry Yiu (Hamsters) - add him to your fantasy team if you need some 3's, boards, blocks
34. Joe Cha (Team Tech) - chips in every game, high FG%, good plug-and-play on deep team
35. Thomas Byrd (Teddy Bears) - huge drop off in stats, more valuable in real game than fantasy
36. Autin Phommathan (Hamsters) - can handle the ball and play PG duties for his team
37. James Pock (Team Kang) - solid big man, not fast not flashy, but gets the job done
38. Erneste Duterte (Old Timers) - good size with ripped muscles, if only he had some post moves
39. Seng Phounsavath (Teddy Bears) - won't blow you away with his stats, but reliable glue guy
40. Shun Gokita (Team Tech) - top 2 pick when he plays, stash him for the playoffs
40. Sam Kim (Chunju) - talented big man, scores with high FG%, risky pick may not show up

Big Board: Fantasy Rankings (Week 4)

The Big Board takes into consideration past returns, current performance and expected future gains in determining who should be included among the top 35 fantasy basketball players. Essentially, the Big Board is a cheat sheet designed for a fantasy owner who is planning to participate in a draft today. Oriental Basketball League default scoring settings are used as the baseline for the Big Board, which is updated on a regular basis.
1. Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - dropped 41 Pts last game, thin lineup means more scoring
2. Mike Yoo (Chunju) - true baller, the bigger the game the better he plays, good FT%
3. Roy Kang (Team Kang) - scoring PG, shoot ton of 3's and assists, make teammates better
4. Anthony Phosy (Hamsters) - big man who can put up 20-10 per game, yet to play his best
5. Josh Kim (Team Tech) - can count on him putting up numbers, shoot deep 3's and get to line
6. Thomas Byrd (Teddy Bears) - 25 Pts, 13.5 Reb, 2.5 Blks in 2 games, older but hard to pass up
7. Tony Chen (Juju) - can light it up with the 3 ball, athletic can finish around rim and get boards
8. David Noh (Chunju) - big and strong, almost unguardable in the paint, good Pts/Ast/Reb combo
9. Michael Wen (INFI) - solid inside player, 20 Pts and 7.5 boards per game, smart defender
10. Marcus Wilson (Sonics) - athletic freak, consistent scoring this season, Stls and Reb, no 3's
11. Lester DeLeon (Team Kang) - quick ain't fair, unstoppable in the open court, 3.7 Stls per game
12. Eric Tran (Sonics) - deeper team limits scoring, can still put up 20+ points with 3's
13. James Yi (Teddy Bears) - reliable guard playing better with each game, can go off with deep 3's
14. Dylan Lee (Aesthetics) - 15.7 Pts and 7 Reb per game, good defensvie stats also
15. Phil Shin (Team Tech) - PG who can handle, score, shoot, and pass, deep team limits production
16. Tony Phan (Old Timers) - best scorer and shooter on team, needs more help from teammates
17. Tom Hwang (Aesthetics) - roto stud, above average Ast/Stl/Blk/Reb, might go off any game
18. Vechat Nhep (Teddy Bears) - another multi-category stud, Ast/Stl/Reb with a few points, unselfish
19. Qing Zheng (INFI) - consistent shooter, could light it up if team feeds him in right spots
20. Jason Li (Sonics) - starting to realize talent with confidence, can shoot and finish, with Stls
21. Minsoo Park (Team Tech) - solid inside player, a few points and boards, with blocks
22. Kevin Kong (Hamsters) - top 5 rebounder with a few points, as reliable as it gets
23. Dang Tran (Sonics) - huge scoring dip this season, but passing and getting ton of assists
24. Timmy Dam (Teddy Bears) - still among assist leaders, knows how to control game and get wins
25. Harry Sloan (Team Kang) - massive big man, clogs up lane and gobbles up ton of rebounds
26. David Bang (Aesthetics) - strong enough to dominate paint, need to develop go-to moves
27. Kevin Kim (Chunju) - improving play, got a few moves inside, can hit 3's sometimes
28. Sammy Yi (Aesthetics) - unorthodox player, good size but can light it up with 3's
29. Ahti Tahir (Sonics) - good big man are premium in basketball, can anchor the paint
30. Sean Way (Juju) - athletic guard who can finish, better shooting will open up his game
31. Wei Sun (INFI) - plays hard every game, will hit a couple 3's, not much peripheral stats
32. Shun Gokita (Team Tech) - top 2 pick when he plays, risky pick so far this season
33. Sam Kim (Chunju) - talented big man, scores with high FG%, risky pick may not show up
34. Chris Lee (Sonics) - skilled player with good inside moves, ranking will go up with more play
35. Chris Lee (Chunju) - strong guard with good ball control, had 17 boards last game
On the bubble:
Erneste Duterte (Old Timers), James Pock (Team Kang), Autin Phommathan (Hamsters)

Top Scorers of the Week

Final Mike Yoo (Chunju) - 24 Pts, 1 3PM, 5-7 FT, 2 Reb
Semis Mike Yoo (Chunju) - 27 Pts, 2 3PM, 11-15 FT, 4 Reb
Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 21 Pts, 2 3PM, 5-5 FT, 6 Reb
Quarters Shun Gokita (Team Tech) - 31 Pts, 3 3PM, 12-13 FT, 10 Reb
Eric Tran (Sonics) - 27 Pts, 5 3PM, 4-4 FT, 3 Reb
Keith Chi (Aesthetics) - 26 Pts, 8 3PM, 0-2 FT, 2 Reb
Koju Tokumaga (Team Kang) - 25 Pts, 3 3PM, 2-4 FT, 5 Reb
Anthony Phosy (Hamsters) - 22 Pts, 2-4 FT, 13 Reb
Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 21 Pts, 1 3PM, 4-6 FT, 1 Reb
Week 10 Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 44 Pts, 1 3PM, 7-8 FT, 8 Reb
Shun Gokita (Team Tech) - 31 Pts, 4 3PM, 5-7 FT, 17 Reb
Marcus Wilson (Sonics) - 25 Pts, 2-5 FT, 6 Ast, 8 Reb
Qing Zheng (INFI) - 24 Pts, 6 3PM, 2-2 FT, 5 Reb
Week 9 Lester DeLeon (Team Kang) - 22 Pts, 0-4 FT, 3 Reb
James Yi (Teddy Bears) - 21 Pts, 4 3M, 5-6 FT, 2 Reb
Anthony Phosy (Hamstes) - 21 Pts, 1-6 FT, 7 Reb
Week 8 Joe Cha (Team Tech) - 26 Pts, 2 3PM, 2-2 FT, 2 Reb
Josh Kim (Team Tech) - 25 Pts, 4 3PM, 7-7 FT, 8 Ast
Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 25 Pts, 1 3PM, 2-2 FT, 4 Reb
Marcus Wilson (Sonics) - 22 Pts, 1 3PM, 5-7 FT, 9 Reb
Lester Deleon (Team Kang) - 21 Pts, 1 3PM, 4-6 FT, 10 Stl
Week 7 Josh Kim (Team Tech) - 33 Pts, 5 3PM, 4-4 FT, 5 Reb
Mike Yoo (Chunju) - 26 Pts, 4 3PM, 2-4 FT, 4 Reb
Bo Noung (Tedd Bears) - 24 Pts, 1 3PM, 11-16 FT, 5 Reb
Fan Yang (INFI) - 22 Pts, 3 3PM, 7-9 FT, 5 Reb
Phil Shin (Team Tech) - 22 Pts, 1 3PM, 7-8 FT, 6 Ast
Week 6 Mike Yoo (Chunju) - 31 Pts, 8 3PM, 1-2 FT, 7 Reb
Tony Chen (Juju) - 26 Pts, 5 3PM, 5-7 FT, 7 Reb
Shun Gokita (Team Tech) - 22 Pts, 3 3PM, 1-4 FT, 16 Reb
Week 5 Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 44 Pts, 3 3PM, 9-10 FT, 6 Reb
Lester DeLeon (Team Kang) - 23 Pts, 1 3PM, 2-3 FT, 7 Reb
Kevin Kim (Chunju) - 22 Pts, 1 3PM, 3-6 FT, 6 Reb
Week 4 Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 41 Pts, 3 3PM, 2-2 FT, 6 Reb
Roy Kang (Team Kang) - 24 Pts, 4 3PM, 4-6 FT, 6 Ast
James Yi (Teddy Bears) - 23 Pts, 3 3PM, 3 Reb
Mike Yoo (Chunju) - 22 Pts, 3 3PM, 3-3 FT, 4 Reb
Eric Tran (Sonics) - 21 Pts, 3 3PM, 2-3 FT, 3 Reb
Marcus Wilson (Sonics) - 21 Pts, 5-5 FT, 11 Reb
Week 3 Thomas Byrd (Teddy Bears) - 29 Pts, 1 3PM, 16 Reb
Tony Chen (Juju) - 28 Pts, 8 3PM, 13 Reb
Lester DeLeon (Team Kang) - 27 Pts, 2 3PM, 1-2 FT, 5 Reb
Roy Kang (Team Kang) - 22 Pts, 5 3PM, 1-1 FT, 5 Reb
Week 2 Mike Yoo (Chunju) - 28 Pts, 3 3PM, 7-8 FT, 5 Reb
Shun Gokita (Team Tech) - 26 Pts, 4 3PM, 2-3 FT, 5 Reb
Josh Kim (Team Tech) - 23 Pts, 5 3PM, 2-2 FT, 5 Reb
Eric Tran (Sonics) - 23 Pts, 4 3PM, 3-5 FT, 2 Reb
David Noh (Chunju) - 21 Pts, 5-10 FT, 13 Reb
Week 1 Anthony Phosy (Hamsters) - 22 Pts, 10-11 FT, 11 Reb
Michael Wen (INFI) - 22 Pts, 10-12 FT, 8 Reb
Bo Noung (Teddy Bears) - 21 Pts, 3 3PM, 2-4 FT, 4 Reb
Thomas Byrd (Teddy Bears) - 21 Pts, 1 3PM, 11 Reb

Schedule

Schedule Grid
FIRST GAME SCHEDULE: THURSDAY THE 16th
7:30- Teddy bears vs Chunju
8:30- Oldtimers vs Aesthetics
9:30- Sonics vs JUJU
10:30- Hamsters vs INFI
BYE: Team Kang & Team Tech.

the rest of the schedule will be up ASAP

SCHEDULE for week 2 and 3 (doing week by week so we can accommodate for special request.
1/23
7:30- Teddy bears vs Team Tech 
8:30- Oldtimers vs Team Kang 
9:30- Sonics vs Aesthetics 
10:30- hamsters vs JuJu
bye INFI & Chunju

1/30
7:30- Oldtimers vs Team Tech 
8:30- Aesthetics vs hamsters
9:30- Chunju vs JuJu 
10:30- Team Kang vs sonics
bye Teddy & INFI

*byes and time are requested before schedule is made
if u didn't make request just play you scheduled games.

Slight change for SCHEDULE for week 2 and 3 (doing week by week so we can accommodate for special request) 

1/23
7:30- Chunju vs Team Tech 
8:30- Oldtimers vs Team Kang 
9:30- Sonics vs Aesthetics 
10:30- hamsters vs JuJu
bye INFI & Teddy bears

1/30
7:30- Oldtimers vs Team Tech 
8:30- Aesthetics vs hamsters
9:30- Teddy Bears vs JuJu 
10:30- Team Kang vs sonics
bye Chunju & INFI

*byes and time are requested before schedule is made
if u didn't make request just play you scheduled games.
no more last minute request plz

FEB 6:
7:30- Sonics vs TECH
8:30- Chunju vs Aesthetics
9:30- Hamsters vs Team Kang
10:30- INFI vs Teddy
BYE: JUJU & Oldtimers

FEB 13:
7:30- oldtimers vs Sonics
8:30- CHunju vs juju
9:30- Teddy vs team kang
10:30- INFI v Aesthetics
BYE: Hamsters & TECH


FEB 20
7:30- Old Timers vs Sonics
8:30- Chunju vs Juju
9:30- Teddy Bears vs Team Kang
10:30- INFI v Aesthetics
BYE: Hamsters & Team Tech

Thu 2/27
Bye - Teddy Bears, Aesthetics
7:30 - Chunju vs Old Timers
8:30 - Sonics vs Hamsters
9:30 - Team Tech vs Team Kang
10:30 - Juju vs INFI

Thu 3/6
Bye - Team Kang, Sonics
7:30 - Chunju vs INFI
8:30 - Teddy Bears vs Old Timers
9:30 - Juju vs Aesthetics
10:30 - Team Tech vs Hamsters

Thu 3/13 
Bye - Juju, Chunju
7:30 - Teddy Bears vs Sonics
8:30 - Hamsters vs Old Timers
9:30 - Team Tech vs Aesthetics
10:30 - Team Kang vs INFI

Thu 3/20 
Bye - Sonics, Aesthetics, Old Timers, Hamsters
7:30 - Chunju vs Team Kang
8:30 - INFI vs Juju
9:30 - Teddy Bears vs Team Tech

Thu 3/20
Bye - Sonics, Aesthetics
7:30 - INFI vs Old Timers
8:30 - Team Kang vs Juju
9:30 - Chunju vs Hamsters
10:30 - Teddy Bears vs Team Tech

Thu 3/27
Bye - Old Timers, Hamsters
7:30 - Chunju vs Team Kang
8:30 - Team Tech vs Juju
9:30 - Teddy Bears vs Aesthetics
10:30 - INFI vs Sonics


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