Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Double Overtime!

In the NBA's highest-scoring contest in the 2005 season was a duel between San Antonio’s Tony Parker and Golden State’s Baron Davis, who had 38 points along side nine assists.

Davis finished just only two points short of his career best, but it just wasn’t enough as the Warriors lost 136 to 134 in double overtime.
"It hurts bad, because we did everything we were supposed to do, and they just kept fighting," Davis said. "We had some mental mistakes at the end of the game. Maybe it was fatigue, who knows? It cost us the game."
Along with Davis, Jason Richardson had 23 points, while Adonal Foyle had 15 baskets and 16 boards. With a great effort on both sides it is sad there had to eventually be a winner.