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.
College Football Playoff: Ohio State Needs Decisive Wins To Overcome Weak Schedule, Virginia Tech Loss
Time to run up the score, Urban.
The Packers, Ravens and Eagles – a combined 15-5 – are short road underdogs. Hmmm.
Not today, young fella.
Pee Wee Football Player Runs Back Interception, Team Fined $500 For Running Up the Score [UPDATE: Fined for Unsportsmanlike Conduct]
Coach got a one-game suspension, too.