The Austin Spurs got back to their winning ways with a 112-100 win over the Los Angeles D-Fenders, but one play stood out from Thursday night’s contest.
Bryce Cotton pulled out his Harlem Globetrotters toolbox and threw up a no-look alley-oop pass while falling down. An act that could be worthy of 2016 Super Bowl commercials. No word on whether Cotton was trying to imitate a flailing newborn baby, but luckily Julian Washburn was there to save the pass and lay down the hammer.
Cotton finished the game with 21 points, six rebounds and three assists to lead the Spurs. Washburn added in eight points and three rebounds for Austin.
The Spurs (16-8) will take on their rivals the Rio Grande Valley Vipers (13-12) tomorrow night from State Farm Arena in Hidalgo. Tipoff is at 7 PM CST.