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NBA, WNBA players, including Mike Conley of the Utah Jazz, compete in HORSE challenge

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Posted at 10:11 AM, Apr 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-13 12:27:11-04

With the NBA season at a standstill for the foreseeable future, sports fans are trying to find ways to keep themselves entertained during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Enter the NBA HORSE challenge.

On Sunday, current and former NBA and WNBA stars partook in the friendly match that was aired on ESPN .

Oklahoma City Thunder's Chris Paul took on Chicago Sky's Allie Quigley, who defeated Paul with a game-winning free throw bank shot.

:eyes: @alliequigley defeats @CP3 in Round 1 of the NBA Horse Challenge presented by State Farm on ESPN! pic.twitter.com/uUsHtLZVdg

— NBA (@NBA) April 13, 2020

Quigley will take on Chicago Bulls' Zach LaVine in the semifinals, who played against former NBA champion Paul Pierce and defeated him with ease.

:eyes: @ZachLaVine defeats @paulpierce34 in Round 1 of the NBA Horse Challenge presented by State Farm on ESPN! pic.twitter.com/OiTxcym9mH

— NBA (@NBA) April 13, 2020

Chauncey Billups came out of retirement to take on Atlanta Hawks' Trae Young and advanced to the semifinals.

And Utah Jazz's Mike Conley defeated former WNBA champion Tamika Catchings to advance.

:eyes: @MCONLEY10 defeats @Catchin24 in Round 1 of the NBA Horse Challenge presented by State Farm on ESPN! pic.twitter.com/VSjeFdjGLp

— NBA (@NBA) April 13, 2020

The finals air Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN.