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Friday, August 31, 2007

This Labor Day Weekend are the Phillipino National Tournaments in Canada and New York. Lots of tradition, and a family affair for most participants. Good luck to all the teams competing ranging from kids to adult divisions. Have fun and everyone stay safe over the long weekend!
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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Results from the HMSA Tournament in Minesota.
1st Place - Shohoku
2nd Place - NS2Faded
The NS2Faded fell a lil short of another championship. Will they show up in New York and win a national championship? They certaintly have the firepower now to take on any team in the country with the additions of Minnesota superstars, Lou Cha & Alex Lee, with the #1 player in the country #1 Xiro. WOH? How did they even lose? Goes to show you that any team can be beat in asian basketball. So all teams need to keep workin hard to build your programs, because you never know how far you can go! Next big tourney Dreamleague Las Vegas September 8-9.
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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Syracuse Tournament Results
1st Place - NY Yellow Fever
2nd Place - Team Binghamton
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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Writers & Reporters Wanted!
If you think you have writing skills or want to be part of, we are looking for anyone who is interested. Please submit articles or sample writings about any subject to with your contact info. You could help us get to the next level!
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Congrats to the following teams for their recent tournament victories!
Rambonews - Illinois tourney
The Great - Sheboygan tourney
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Saturday, August 18, 2007

All teams participating in the National Championship Tournament. Please contact us at  or call 404-259-7367 to confirm your attendance and get important information on the tournament. Thank you. See you in New York!
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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Atlanta Classic Awards
All tournament team
PG - 5' 7 #1 Xiro - NS2Faded
SG - 5-10 #49 Adrian Sosa - Team Orlando
SF - 5'11 #1 Ephraim Balactas - Team Oklahoma
PF - 5'11 #31 Tony Khuu - Team Orlando
C - 6'7 #33 Rober Reyes - Team Jacksonville
Second Team
PG - 5'7 #10 Dennis Shelvy - Team Jacksonville
SG - 5'11 #9 Tony Akins - Teddy Bears
SF - 5'10 #23 Bo Noung - Scrappy Duus
PF - 6'3 #7 Abe Hichman - Team Charleston
C - 6'3 #19 Patrick Demesa - Team Charleston
Third team
PG - 5'8 #21 Duane DelRosario - Team Orlando
SG - 5'8 #11 Alex Lee - NS2Faded
SF - 6'0 #12 Atif - Picachoo
PF - 6'1 #20 Vechat Nhep - Scrappy Duus
C - 6'0 #2 Snoop - NS2Faded
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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Thanks to everyone and all players and teams, for making the 8th Annual Atlanta Classic a success. We hope everyone enjoyed the competition. We hope to see you next year!
Final Four Analysis
#5 Team Jacksonville 34  vs #8 NS2Faded 24
(#1) Xiro and (#11) Alex, of the NS2Faded were the talk of the tournament all day. They showed their offensive skills and dazzling the crowd, proving why they are the top tando guards in the country. And after taking care of the #1 seed Team United in a blowout, they were not ready to face the tough veteran team Team Jacksonville. The first half was close, but Xiro and the NS2Faded could not buy a shot in the second half. Team Jacksonville was steady, and was lead by the tournaments top big man #33 Robert Reyes.
#2 Team Oklahoma 41  vs #3 Team Orlando 34
Team Oklahoma had the height advantage on most of the teams in the tournament. They nearly lost to Team Charleston earlier in the playoffs being down 8 points with less than 4 minutes left in the game. But like true champions they overcame the deficit and won the game. Even with their size advantage they did not dominate the teams they played. But they got better as the day went along. Team Orlando (finished in the Final Four of the Classic in 2006) proved to be a tough matchup for Team Oklahoma with the always strong play of veterans Tony Khuu and Duane Rosario.
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Sunday, August 12, 2007

2007 Atlanta Classic Results
Champions - Team Oklahoma
Runners Up - Team Jacksonville
Final Four Teams
Team Jacksonville
Team Oklahoma
 Team Orlando
More tournament analysis coming soon.
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Friday, August 10, 2007

Well its game time! Good luck to all the teams competing! There are so many good teams and players at this year's Atlanta Classic, its hard to predict who will win.  Top teams like Team Ohio, Team Oklahoma, Team Jacksonville, NS2Faded, Team Houston, Team United , Teddy Bears, Team Charleston, and Team Orlando will be attending. Also we have been notified that Tony Akins (former Georgia Tech guard) will be playing with the Teddy Bears. We will see if Tony can help them win another championship and get back there crown of the best in ATL! And maybe we will see a matchup between Xiro and Tony. That should be fun to watch. For those who are not going to be here, you are missing out on some great asian basketball tournament action! We will have complete coverage and analysis of the tournament. So see you at the Classic!
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Friday, August 3, 2007

For those who had questions on rules of the tournament. Here is the format.

3 games guaranteed
First two games - random drawing on the morning of tournament (all teams must be present at 8:00 am for drawing)
Then all teams  will be in a single elimination playoff and will be seeded according to record and point differential in each pool your team has drawn.
Any other questions feel free to call us.
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Attention to all teams and players!  The location of the Atlanta Classic has been changed to last year's location:
Life  University
1269 Barclay Circle
Marietta, Georgia 30060
We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions call 404-259-7367.  Thank You. And we will see you on August 11th!
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Wednesday, August 1, 2007

This year's Classic should be the most competitive tournament that we have had in recent years. With more new top teams attending this year, it will be a battle on August 11th. Can the Teddy Bears get their respect back to bring home the title back to ATL, GA! Or will Team Ohio repeat as champs? We will find out on August 11th. Here are the teams we think that should finish in the top 4 at the Atlanta Classic.
Team Jacksonville
Teddy Bears
Team United
Team Oklahoma
Also August 3rd will be the last day to use PayPal for registration fee.
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