Tony Parker Made Thabo Sefolosha Weak in the Knees With a Crossover Last Night (Video)
If it looks blurry to you, imagine how Parker must have looked to Sefolosha in real time.
Tony Parker may not be America’s favorite roundballer on account of the fact that he’s French, a Spur, and broke poor Eva Longoria‘s heart, but we must give credit where credit is due.
…And it’s not due to Parker.
That’s because Thabo Sefolosha demonstrated all the agility and footwork of a bronze statue on this play, which can also serve as a metaphor for the Thunder’s performance last night in Game One of the Western Conference Finals.
Take a look at the Vine:
It’s like watching six frames of the Zapruder film over and over again. “Back and to the left. Back and to the left.”
I’m guessing Thabo forgot that he was a professional basketball player on this stand and decided he would make the play as though he was a regional manager from H&R Block at the local Y on a Sunday afternoon.
I’m sorry I had to drag H&R Block executives into this, but it’s a point that needed to be made. They’re good for taxes, terrible for stopping the drive.