Mario Chalmers: 'I don't remember throwing an elbow' against Parker
Heat guard says he doesn't remember throwing an elbow which earned him a flagrant foul vs. Tony Parker, admits to frustration with foul trouble vs. San Antonio.
"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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