Texas Legends arrest four-game slide with big win over Southwest Division leader Austin Spurs
Ray Parks and the Legends finally end the alarming skid. Photo from the Texas Legends Twitter 

THE Texas Legend used a huge fourth-quarter run to take control and held off the Austin Spurs, 108-107, on Saturday at Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco (Sunday, Manila time) to end a four-game skid in the NBA D-League.

The Legends fought back from six points down in the fourth, Patrick Miller making the game-tying layup and Steven Pledger giving the home team its first taste of the lead since the first quarter, hitting a triple that made it 92-89 with five minutes to play.

Jamil Wilson led the Legends with a double-double of 25 points and 10 rebounds, while Miller finished with a season-high 23 points off the bench.

Tu Holloway scored 22 points and had 6 assists as the Legends, second in the  Southwest, improved their win-loss record to 16-14.

Fil-Am ray Parks scored four points on 2 of 5 shooting and had two rebounds in 13 minutes of action as Texas recovered from a huge 56-point loss to Raptors 905 the night before.

Keifer Sykes scored 28 points and Cady Lalanne had 22 for Austin, which suffered its 10th loss in 29 games.

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