• A's roll in Texas behind dealing Parker

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 19, 2013
    With the win, Parker moved to 6-6 on the season. Jarrod Parker surrendered two runs in the third, but that was all the Rangers could score off the A's starting pitcher. A.J. Referee Mike Callahan, though, decided to stop the ballgame to check to see if Allen’s feet were behind the three-point arc, a move that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich vehemently disagreed with, yelling “you can’t do that” to the refereeing crew as they stopped San Antonio’s attempt at putting the ball into play. San Antonio was without a timeout with 5.2 seconds left in regulation, and mindful of this the Spurs attempted to immediately push the ball into play while taking advantage of a recovering Miami Heat defense.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Tony Parker misses the game-winner, on what may have been an illegal play for the Spurs (Video)

      Tony Parker has certainly made more ridiculous shots in his lifetime.The man has made a career out of wild floaters, spinners in the lane, points in the paint that typically belong to big men, and long jumpers that make his head coach cringe. And as obv…
      Source: yahoo.com

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