Parks has better outing in Legends’ 1st win in NBA D-League
Bobby Ray Parks Jr. remained scoreless but had a better outing in his second game for the Texas Legends in the NBA D-League.
Parks, the first local-born player to play in the D-League, went 0-of-2 for the second straight game but this time, he was able to make his presence felt with two rebounds, one assist and a steal with zero turnovers in 11 minutes of action.
The Legends beat the Oklahoma City Blue, 105-95, on Monday (Manila time), bouncing back from a blowout loss at the hands of the Austin Spurs two days ago.
Parks, who was selected by the Legends as the 25th overall pick in the D-League Draft early in the month, didn’t have the kind of sebut he would’ve wanted against the Spurs with a turnover, two fouls and a 0-of-2 shooting clip in 10 minutes.