Texas Legends clobber Oklahoma City Blue even as Ray Parks yet to buy D-League basket
Tu Holloway plays 42 minutes, making 7 of 18 field goal attempts. Photo from the Texas Legends’ Instagram

THE Texas Legends bounced back huge and downed Oklahoma City Blue, 105-95, on Sunday (Monday, Manila time) at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City even as Fil-Am Ray Parks continued to struggle in the NBA D-League.

Jamil Wilson and Tu Holloway led the way as the Legends evened their record in the new season of the Development League at 1-1 after a heartbreaking opening-day loss to the Austin Spurs.

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Wilson, who played college ball at Marquette, had 12 points in the first half and finished with 29 points.

Holloway, from Xavier University, added 26, with 16 coming in the first half.

Wilson and Holloway had 11 each in the third quarter when the Legends outscored the Blue, 35-18.

Parks again went scoreless, missing two field goal attempts in 11 minutes of action, but made an assist and pulled down two rebounds.


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