San Antonio’s Danny Green showed his clutch-shooting mettle in Game 1 of the NBA finals. In a recent viral ad campaign for the restaurant chain Burgerfi, he proved he’s a clutch napkin shooter as well. The video shows some patrons laughing at Green from across the restaurant after his botched attempt to throw away some trash at close range. He responds by shooting a crumpled up napkin across the room right into someone's cup of soda. There is a debate around the web as to whether the ad is a true viral video or something set up to promote the burger chain. It's also being debated whether or not he actually shot and made the napkin or if it's just a camera trick. What we do know is that it's awesome either way. And after seeing him go 4 for 9 from beyond the arc in Miami Thursday night, it's hard to doubt the guy.
Green's 12 points were definitely a big boost for the Spurs on Thursday, but it was the game's leading scorer who had the biggest impact. With less than 10 seconds to go, Tony Parker managed to get a tough shot off just as the shot clock expired, scoring the final two of his 21 points and putting San Antonio ahead by the final score of 92-88 over the Miami Heat.
On the ice, the Los Angeles Kings hadn't lost a game on their home ice since March 23rd, but that all changed Thursday night in Game 4 of the NHL's Western Conference Final. Bryan Bickell, Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa all contributed goals for the Chicago Blackhawks, as they won 3-2 and pushed the Kings to the brink of elimination with a 3-1 series lead.
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