I'll keep the thread alive as soon as his team has a game, haha, I really feel sad for the guy..
Anyways, he's doing good with the Vipers.
HIDALGO - Maybe it was the presence of Boston Celtics assignment players Bill Walker and J.R. Giddens, or maybe it was just a matter of shaking off the opening-night rust, but Smush Parker looked like the NBA veteran he is Saturday night.http://www.themonitor.com/sports/vipers_20421___article.html/utah_points.htmlMore to come, am I the only Smush fan here? :lol:
Parker scored 26 points and had seven assists as the Vipers held off a late Utah charge for a 106-98 victory before an announced gathering of 2,332 at Dodge Arena.
One night after shooting 3-of-9 from the field and 8 for 16 from the line, the former Lakers starting point guard hit 6-of-12 field goals and drained 8-of-12 from the stripe.
"I'm my biggest critic. I felt like I had a subpar game (Saturday)," Parker said. "I had a bunch of turnovers that I would want to take back, I don't want in my game. Guys are making shots. We got our big fella Alton (Ford) involved in the game early and established the paint, then we worked the ball inside out."