Found June 08, 2014 on BlackSportsOnline:
Mario Chalmers with the People’s Elbow to Tony Parker and of course that lead the internet to going nuts. #Parkering (@AndrewMcgrady) — (@RepHEATNation) June 9, 2014 #parkering @brownyoungnino @cp3McGee — Alex Silva✌️ (@Silva_Alex11) June 9, 2014 FLIP THE PAGES FOR A FEW MORE #PARKERING PHOTOS…..

NBA Draft: Three players the Miami Heat should target

While Miami is currently playing for its third NBA championship, this year’s NBA draft will be an important one for coach Erik Spoelstra. With less than three weeks away from the draft, the Heat will have to deal with expiring contracts, retirement and opt-out clauses on the roster. This year, Miami again remains at the bottom of the draft board, with the 26th pick in round one...

Mario Chalmers elbows Tony Parker, earns flagrant foul (Video)

Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers earned a flagrant foul in the fourth quarter of Sunday night's Game 2 of the NBA Finals for elbowing San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker in the midsection. It happened with 6:43 remaining in the fourth quarter as Chalmers was dribbling around Parker towards the basket. Chalmers was assessed a type 1 flagrant foul for the cheap shot.Parker...

Parkering is the newest NBA Finals meme to do

In case you missed it yesterday, we posted a video of a Mario Chalmers flagrant foul which caused Spurs guard Tony Parker to lay on the ground after getting hit in the stomach. As you might figure, Miami Heat fans and other folks decided to create a new meme called Parkering and well, below are just some of the best that we could track down: Lmao SA fans started #Lebronning, Heat...

Spurs Injury Update: Tony Parker takes elbow to ribs in Game 2

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#LeBroning Is Old News, Get On The #Parkering Train

The lifespan of a social media trend continues to get shorter and shorter. Remember when #LeBroning was a popular thing to do immediately following Game 1 of the NBA Finals? Well, since that happened ages ago (the internet moves fast), people have been hankering for a new craze to imitate for the next couple of days before a Ginobili or Wade flop inevitably becomes the next social...

Miami Heat Fans Trying to Make #Parkering a Thing

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Mario Chalmers: “I Don’t Remember Throwing An Elbow”

      Mario Chalmers’ elbow to Tony Parker created a buzz on social media known as ‘Parkering’. This phenomenon was a response to Spurs fans ‘LeBroning’. Chalmers received a flagrant foul for his elbow, but the Miami Heat point guard doesn’t recall the incident. “I don’t know (what happened),” an incredulous Chalmers said after the game. “They say I hit...

Top 5 Free Agents the Heat Should Target this Off-Season

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James, Heat steal home court as series shifts to Miami 1-1

With 2:26 remaining in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Tony Parker knocked down a three-pointer after drawing a mismatch, and regaining the lead 93-92. While the momentum seemed to be swinging in the San Antonio Spurs’ favor, they would not score again until there was less than a second left on the clock. Manu […]

Mario Chalmers: ' happened a lot' in Game 1

Two days after foul trouble limited him in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Heat guard Mario Chalmers admitted to confusion when Spurs players randomly fall to the ground, or "flop" when contact is made. "It can be [confusing when players randomly fall] at times," Chalmers said Saturday. "It happened a lot in the first game, kind of went both ways. It's part...

Metta World Peace tweets out Chalmers stole his “move”

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Now we have #Parkering as Miami fans jump on Tony Parker’s injury

I feel bad for the next athlete to go down. The social media world is a tough one and Tony Parker is about to experience a small portion of what LeBron James went through from Game 1′s “cramp” game. After Parker went down via an elbow from Mario Chalmers, Miami Heat fans didn’t waste any time jumping on the newest craze called “Parkering.” Check it out: The post Now...

Miami Heat-San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals Game 3 Preview: Home Court Advantage

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Miami Heat have Utmost Respect for Spurs

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NBA Finals Game 2 Preview

Game 2 Preview:  Miami Heat played great defense on San Antonio during the first three and half quarters. LeBron James, Ray Allen, Norris Cole and Mario Chalmers combined for 13 steals as the Spurs... The post NBA Finals Game 2 Preview appeared first on The League News.
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