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New York Corporate Basketball League
Winter 2002 SEC Champs
OG ROLLERS
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FINAL GAME BOX SCORE
TEAM

1H

2H
OG Rollers

26

51
MTA

17

38

from left to right: Photo from left: Erik Harris, Michael Packard, Andrew Eisen, Brett Ehrlich, Steven Hart and Dan Chodosch.


All six players from Team "OG Rollers" have been named Player of the Month. This group of guys accomplished their goal of winning the New York Corporate Basketball Leauge's SEC Division Championship by dominating teams during the playoffs. After being ousted from the playoffs three consecutive seasons, OG (named after a frequented team hot spot) finally lived up to its regular season promise & success.


The squad was led all season long by the inside/outside game of Brett Ehrlich. Dubbed "Stick" by his teammates, the 6'6" center led the team in scoring and rebounding with 25 ppg. & 11 rpg. Coach Steven Hart has promised we will see Stick with a "trimmed down fro and floating more around the arc this upcoming season."

Point guard Erik "Dime" Harris, who averaged 13 points, 5 rebounds & 9 assists, was instrumental in setting the tone for the offense with his on-court leadership. Harris, who is rumored to still be out celebrating the finals victory, was last seen at Hampton's hot-spot Jet East with trophy in hand.

Shooting guard Steven Hart averaged 11 ppg. and was a key part of the team's offensive strategy. Knocking down long-range jump shots on a consistent basis, he was able to spread out the defense and opening up the middle. Hart, also the GM of OG, was instrumental in constructing the winning roster and is already looking ahead to breaking Red Auerbach's record.

Big man Michael Packard contributed 8 points, 10 boards & 5 assists per game and was an important offensive cog with his back screens & interior passing. "Packy" was last seen at the gym, working on his beloved 19-footer with his foot on the three-point line.

After working hard on his game at the East 33rd Street courts has, power forward & scrapper Andrew Eisen (4 ppg. & 8 rpg.) turned out to be OG's most improved player. Hopefully, "Tall Grey" will not be distracted this upcoming season with his new found love.

Finally, shooting guard & spark Dan Chodosch was the team's defensive stopper, always drawing the other team's offensive star. Cho, who led the team in steals, spent the summer grooming his hair and claims no one will be able to recognize him by next season. His teammates think he should shave it like Rick Fox.