Chad gets a liitle too excited in the first three seconds over Tim Tebow’s return to the NFL, or does he? With the New England Patriots bringing him in as a “back up to the back up,” as Chad puts it, how much time will Tebow get on the field? Plus, Chad is more excited about the NBA Finals with the Spurs, as of Wednesday’s filming, 2-1 lead over the Heat. But that will all change when he reads below.
AP reported last night that Tony Parker started Game 4 of the NBA Finals looking spectacular and showing no signs of a mild hamstring strain that put his status in doubt until Thursday morning. But he didn’t score in the second half and took just four shots, finishing with 15 points and nine assists.
The Spurs faded along with their All-Star point guard, losing to the resurgent Miami Heat 109-93.
Now the series is tied 2-all heading into the final home game for San Antonio on Sunday night.
Report provided by The Associated Press.
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