LaVine sweeps Pierce at NBA's HORSE Competition while Billups advances

LaVine sweeps Pierce at NBA's HORSE Competition while Billups advances

LaVine sweeps Pierce at NBA's HORSE Competition while Billups advances

Also, Chris Paul was taken out by Allie Quigley. The video quality was, unsurprisingly, not very good as it was a DIY stream from phones and iPads, but more disappointing was the lack of creativity, particularly on the part of Trae Young. As per traditional rules, the first to spell H-O-R-S-E was out. We're about to find out. She's been a WNBA All-Star in three straight years.

Catchings didn't fare as well as Quigley as she fell to Conley in the first round. "I see her hair blowing in the wind and I know it is cold in IN right now", Conley said. Sports fans now have a choice between video game tournaments and professional wrestling for their viewing pleasure, so seeing real basketball players attempting real shots has its value.

On her matchup with LaVine, Quigley said: "I'm excited".

The Atlanta Hawks star entered the event with extremely high expectations, but he wasn't able to overcome Billups' late push.

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"This was a lot of fun", said Oklahoma City point guard and NBPA president Chris Paul, who lost to Quigley.

If you're a glutton for punishment, or if you're just that desperate for sports action, the semifinals and championship H-O-R-S-E game will be aired on ESPN at 9 p.m. ET Thursday. Playing from his home in Colorado, Billups called heads in the coin toss to start things off between the pair. Players then described their attempt.

Paul, shooting from his outdoor basketball court at his offseason home in Encino, California, reminded Quigley that it was lightly raining at his home before he took a seat and missed the shot.

Among ESPN's panel of writers, Young was the heavy pre-tournament favorite to win it all because of his distance shooting.

After the National Basketball Association postponed their season last month, the league setup a tournament of horse with $200,000 being donated to charities focused on aiding coronavirus relief efforts.

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