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.
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The San Francisco Giants acquired All-Star Eduardo Nunez from the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night.
Kevin Durant is refuting reports he told Russell Westbrook he was going to return to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Craig Sager will miss the 2016 Summer Olympics as he continues his battle against leukemia.
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Sounds a bit bolder than it is.