Mario Chalmers: 'I don't remember throwing an elbow' against Parker

By Matt Moore | NBA writer

Mario Chalmers says he doesn't recall this elbow.   (USATSI)
Mario Chalmers says he doesn't recall this elbow against Tony Parker. (USATSI)

After being called for a flagrant foul for an elbow to the Spurs' Tony Parker in Game 2, Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers said after the game he didn't "remember throwing an elbow."

"I don't know (what happened)," an incredulous Chalmers said after the game. "They say I hit him with an elbow, but I don't remember throwing an elbow, I was just trying to get to the rim."

The play was called as a flagrant foul, and after video review, it was confirmed. Parker missed two free throws that helped turn the tide of the game, then exited for a rest shortly thereafter.

Chalmers was tagged with three fouls in Game 2 and admitted to being "frustrated" with how the games have been called so far in the series. He finished with five points and four assists in Game 2, a 98-96 Heat win to even the series 1-1.

 
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