BOBBY Ray Parks had his shortest stint for the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday (Wednesday Manila time) in their 85-79 loss to the Washington Wizards in the NBA Summer League at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Parks saw action for only a minute and 53 seconds, all in the third quarter, in an uneventful appearance that saw him register a foul and contribute little else against the Wizards.
The short stint of Parks came after he scored his first point in the Summer League against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday (Monday Manila time). The court time of Parks was even less than his outing in his first game against the New Orleans Pelicans where he played for three minutes and 19 seconds.
Dwight Powell had 18 points while Justin Anderson and Jeremy Tyler added 15 points each for the Mavericks, who went 0-3 in their NBA Summer League campaign.
The former National University cager entered the game at the six-minute mark of the third period and was immediately replaced by Anderson with 4:07 left in the period and never returned to the court.
Parks’ fellow Asian cager Satnam Singh, the first Indian to be drafted in the NBA, didn’t even play in the game that also saw former PBA imports Jarrid Famous and Orlando Johnson play for the Wizards.
Famous, who suited up for GlobalPort in the last Governors’ Cup, had 16 points and nine rebounds to lead the Wizards while Johnson, who played for Ginebra this conference, had two points.