Former Piston advances in HORSE tournament

Former Piston advances in HORSE tournament

Also, Chris Paul was taken out by Allie Quigley.

But will that translate to success in a H-O-R-S-E competition?

The NBA, NBPA and ESPN created the single-elimination HORSE competition to provide something competitive that could entertain fans at home with sports shelved because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The 43-year-old finished his career as a five-time All-Star, three-time All-NBA member, and two-time All-Defensive team member. The idea of the challenge involves matching baskets, and the player who makes shots that their opponent does not replicate, wins. "Once I made the first couple shots, I felt real comfortable".

From there the two swapped control of the game. With the score tied at HOR, Young missed his last two shots, an underhanded, one-handed free throw and a 3 off the glass from the top of the key, sending him packing. She sealed the victory with a cumulative free kick and Paul lost his equalization attempt at his home in Encino, California.

"I can make your shots, but I can't make my own", Paul said. "She was great. This was a lot of fun too, Allie".

Quigley will take on Chicago Bulls' Zach LaVine in the semifinals, who played against former National Basketball Association champion Paul Pierce and defeated him easily.

The 2004 NBA Finals MVP defeated Atlanta Hawks star Trae Young, now second in the NBA in points scored, at the ripe old age of 43 to open the NBA's remote H-O-R-S-E competition.

Chicago Sky star Allie Quigley ousted 10-time NBA All-Star Chris Paul of the Oklahoma City Thunder in the quarter-finals of ESPN's NBA H-O-R-S-E Challenge.

The semifinals and finals will take place Thursday on ESPN.

Other winners included Memphis's Mike Conley and former Celtics guard Chauncey Billups. "That's pretty cool that we're both representing in the next round".

You know it's bad when even National Basketball Association players, including New Orleans Pelicans guard J.J. Redick, tune in and then quickly exit the conversation.

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