It's understandable if a few solid performances from last night fell under the radar because this happened. Now that the smoke has cleared, let's take a look at how Chandler Parsons flourished.

It wasn't like Carmelo Anthony where you knew he was going to have a special night. Parsons was actually dry from beyond the arc during the first half, but he was lighting up from long range in the second. His 10 threes in the second half is an NBA record.

The performance would've got more attention had the Rockets actually won the game. Parsons last three came with 1:51 left in the fourth. That would turn out to be the game's last score. Houston fell to Memphis, 88-87. Parsons does deserve a pat on the back though for that performance, and not the condescending, "It ain't Melo, though" kind.

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[via SB Nation]