Spurs' Parker attempts an awful free throw against Bulls

Spurs' Parker attempts an awful free throw against Bulls
January 30, 2014, 11:45 am
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Scott Krinch

There have been some pretty awful free throw attempts in NBA history.

But arguably the worst of all time came from somebody you would least likely expect.

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San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker, a career 75 percent free throw shooter who is shooting 80.3 percent from the line this season, attempted about as bad of a free throw as you will ever see on Wednesday night.

The shot was so bad that the officials waved it off and gave him another attempt. The ball appeared to slip out of his hand and travels a a couple feet, but the referees ruled that they had distracted him on the technical foul shot.

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Bulls center Joakim Noah and head coach Tom Thibodeau seemed outraged by the call as seen in the video.

The Bulls got the last laugh, however, as they defeated the Spurs 96-86.

Parker finished the game with 20 points and was a perfect 3-for-3 from the charity stripe.