Mike Conley Wins Inaugural H-O-R-S-E Competition, Knocks Off LaVine
On Thursday night, Mike Conley of the Utah Jazz took out Zach LaVine to take home the NBA’s first inaugural H-O-R-S-E contest victory.
The Chicago Bulls guard was braving the elements up north at his home in Washington and came up just short as the savvy veteran point guard captured gold. Conley, who beat Tamika Catchings and Chauncey Billups in the prior two rounds defeated LaVine “H-O” to “H-O-R-S-E” in the championship round.
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“It was just a fun environment to be a part of and it gives us something to do instead of sit around the house,” Conley said on ESPN.
State Farm is set to donate more than $200,00o on the behalf of the participants to help aid front line workers. The NBA has committed to donating funds as well.