Tony Parker scored 25 of his 32 points in the first half as the San Antonio Spurs easily dispatched the Golden State Warriors, 102-92. No basket was more impressive than this and-one at the end of the first quarter. After getting bumped by Draymond Green, Parker was able to flip the ball toward the rim like a second baseman turning a double play. Miraculously, it found net.
Big move for the FS1 commentator and former player if true.
The two have a good relationship.
Steve Ballmer sat right behind the basket for the Clippers game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday and he had a great time. (…)
You know, that old chestnut.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Reporter, Photographer Robbed in Dominican Republic Covering Oscar Taveras Funeral
But then something nice happened.
They wanted to see some dingers.