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.
Got him in the noodle.
Mitch Kupchak laughed off speculation that the Lakers will trade their lottery pick this year.
So, this is a golf ball.
Alex Len saved a friend from drowning in the Dominican Republic last month.
Phil Jackson and the Knicks were a bad marriage from the start: They were desperate for a return to the glory years of the 90s, when the (…)