"Memphis just dominated," said Parker, who was in attendance. "They just dominated the whole game with defense. It turned the tables, getting turnovers and converting them into points. The defense turned it up."
The night before, Parker's Hornets did the same and came up just short of a triple overtime victory. BTW was down by 16 points at the half, and behind a 29 point effort from Parker, clawed back into the game in the fourth before losing in the third overtime.
Memphis assistant coach Jack Murphy was in attendance for the game, he said.
Parker, whose motor is relentless, is averaging 21.4 points and 9.6 rebounds a game.
He said the plan for a decision is to make it right after the summer ends or as soon as his senior school year starts.
"You know never know what's gonna happen, but barring anything major happening, I'm still gonna make my decision when my senior year starts," Parker said.