• Titans Prevail 18U Div.

    May 25, 2015 - The NY Titans and Markham FCCM Shake Hands Post an Action Packed Boys 18U Championship Game.
  • Canton China to Montreal

    May 25, 2015 - Canton United, Men’s 45+ Basketball Team Travels From Canton China to Play.

    May 25, 2015 - Toronto CCYAA Captures Two Men’s Divisions Championships, 35+ & 45+.

-- Menley Khuu NY USAB A 4 time Champion, a 3 time All-Tourney player, and 2 time MVP, Menley’s resume makes him a no brainer for this honor. A deadly scorer at 6 feet tall, he could create his own shot with ease no matter what ploys the other team would try. He remains a key player in the NY USAB pipeline.
Rank Player Team Comments
1 George Chan NY Cruisers This 6-4 pivot player was a man among boys as he powered his way to the 1998 MVP Award. A tenacious rebounder and shot blocker, George continues to dominate in the Mens division for the Cruisers over a decade later.
2 Jordan Chiang Toronto CCYAA 18’s A lightning quick guard with the quiet confidence to make big the biggest shots, Jordan was easily one of the best to ever play in the tourney. He is incredibly tough despite his size, and is willing to do whatever it takes to get the W. Jordan now is the jazzy starting PG for the Toronto Dragons A.
3 Chris Chin NY Young Life Rockits Perhaps the top all around player ever to play in the division, Chris played both ends of the court with uncommon grace and all out effort. A solid scorer with a fabulous team first attitude, he is currently a high performing 2-guard for the NY Rockits AIA.
4 Kevin Lee Washington CYC 18’s A 2-time All-NACBAIT point guard with unmatched poise and knowledge of the game, Kevin was always a step ahead of his opponents. A very polished and unflappable player at a young age, Kevin remains a humble and hardworking member of the Washington CYC program.
5 Alex Liang Toronto CCYAA Alex was a terror for opposing PG’s at both ends of the floor. Defensively, Alex’s quick reflexes and nose for the ball made him a top tier ballhawk. Offensively, his low dribble, smooth crossover, and uncanny knack for knocking down the pullup made him unstoppable. Alex is now an accountant, ballplayer, and serious bodybuilder.
6 Andrew Lichtenstein NY USAB Although the guards and wings have grabbed many of the headlines for USAB during their current 5 year reign of terror, 6-5 Andrew has quietly gone about his job doing all the little things to help his team win. He can shoot the rock, hit the boards, and shut down opposing big men. He has now moved on to the USAB men’s team and is sure to become a major contributor.
7 Nicholas Mui NY USAB A 2 time Juniors Champion, Nick may have been the most spectacular player to ever take part in the event. His footspeed with the rock is well documented, as he is generally considered to be the fastest player in Juniors history. This stupendous PG remains a rock for USAB, and has already taken home a Mens Elite title.
8 Andrew Suen Toronto CCYAA 18’s Andrew was one of the most athletic players to take part in the Juniors. A true leader and clutch performer, his teams reached numerous title games. This 3 time All-NACBAIT selection has now moved on to the backcourt of the perennially contending Toronto Dragons.
9 George Tang NY ISS Flights George Tang, NY ISS Flights: At 6 foot 4, George impacted every game with his defense, rebounding, and highlight worthy shot blocking. He added that intimidation factor, as the Flights reached back to back Final Fours during his tenure. He continues to terrorize opponents in the Mens division for the Flights.
10 Tang Vu Philadelphia Suns/Fastball The best player on the best team Philly ever produced, Tang was an unbelievably hard working and complete offensive weapon for the run & gun Suns 18’s of 2005-2007. A 3 time all-NACBAIT selection who now stars for Philadelphia Fastball.
11 Bin Chun Woo Philadelphia Suns/Fastball A rarity on this list, as he is the only player on the list never to have reached the Final Four. Despite his team’s shortcomings, no one can deny Bin’s impact on the game or his all around skillset. His leadership and hard work were always shining bright for the Suns. Bin is currently a guard for Phila Fastball.
12 Alex Wong NY Young Life Rockits The MVP in the inaugural 1996 Juniors NACBAIT, Alex paved the way and set the standard for generations of future ballers. He still competes in local NYC 3 on 3’s and streetball events.
13 Derek Wong SF Hoopsters A 2 time All-Tourney selection and the 2002 MVP, Derek was the unquestioned star of an unbeatable Hoopster squad. Despite often giving away 3-4 inches against taller opponents, Derek always came out on top thanks to solid fundamentals, his all around game, and superior conditioning. Derek’s whereabouts are currently unknown.
14 Daniel Wong NY USAB The 2006 MVP and a 3 time NACBAIT Champion, Daniel was a defensive sparkplug and an underrated offensive force for the Warriors. His versatility was a big key to the start of the USAB dynasty. Daniel has already helped USAB to a Mens Elite title in 2007.
15 Kenny Yu NY Young Life Rockits The 2003 MVP and 3 time All-Tourney pick, despite standing only 5-10, Kenny was a top rated lefty outside shooter and a defensive stopper who could shut down anyone he matched up against. His desire to compete and come out ahead was clear to anyone who watched him play. Kenny remains a top tier guard for the NY Rockits.